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Vinales: Yamaha 'won't make weak points stronger' in 2020 MotoGP season

Maverick Vinales admits the "weak points" of the Yamaha won't be made better and will now focus fully on the "DNA" of the M1 after Sunday's MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix. Vinales led for the opening seven laps the Aragon race before an unexpected rear tyre drop on the left-hand side left him powerless to stop eventual winner Alex Rins, Honda's Alex Marquez and the sister Suzuki of Joan Mir coming through to relegate him to fourth. The Yamaha rider had been amongst the strongest on race pace throughout the Aragon GP weekend and had shown no similar tyre wear issues in practice long runs. Tyre wear and traction have been typical problems for Yamaha in recent years, and Vinales...
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