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Yamaha: Rossi's move 'won't change much the way we develop the bike'

Get MotoGP news in your inbox! By signing up to the newsletter you agree to receive emails from crash.net that may occasionally include promotional content Leave this field blank Whilst acknowledging that Valentino Rossi's departure from its Factory MotoGP team is a 'significant moment', Yamaha Racing boss Lin Jarvis doesn't expect a major change in how the YZR-M1 is developed in 2021. Rossi (41) is switching to the satellite Petronas Yamaha team this season and effectively swapping places with Fabio Quartararo (21), who joins Maverick Vinales (26) at Monster Yamaha. While Rossi continues to receive a Factory-spec bike, MotoGP development is usually heavily weighted towards the requests...
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