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Contracts, Covid; played role in 2019 spec bike for ‘unlucky’ Morbidelli

Franco Morbidelli’s worth continues to grow up and down the MotoGP paddock as he secures Jerez podium on the oldest spec bike on this year’s grid.  Morbidelli has been unhappy with Yamaha for remaining on a bike that is two years old given he was the 2020 title runner-up and top Yamaha.  But the Italian did his talking on the track during today’s fourth race of the season, taking third place behind Ducati duo Jack Miller and Fabio Quartararo.  Conversations have already taken place between Morbidelli and Yamaha as to why his current situation is the way it is, with the conclusion being that Morbidelli has been ‘unlucky’ and that outside circumstances have affected this...
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