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Yamaha has breached Maverick Viñales’ contract and will not ride an M1 for the remainder of MotoGP 2021

Yamaha has breached Maverick Viñales’ contract and will not ride an M1 for the remainder of MotoGP 2021

Yamaha Maverick Vinales history is over. The Iwata brand has just announced that it is breaching the Spanish rider’s contract for the remainder of the season, leaving him “free to set out on his future path”. We will never see Vinales again racing a Yamaha.

Viñales suddenly leaves Yamaha After I tried break your own bike The Grand Prix of Styria traversed the eruptions. Now it remains to be seen if the season will end in Aprilia, the brand that hired him for 2022 and who could drop to Lorenzo Savadori without too many problems.

Vinales could finish the 2021 season in April

Yamaha stresses that the decision is not just for the British Grand Prix, but for the remainder of the season. It was a mutually agreed process, so Vinales was not interested in racing with Yamaha again., which could have been an ordeal given the situation.

“In Styria, the race did not go well, and therefore, after in-depth consideration by both parties, a mutual decision was made that it would be preferable to terminate the partnership. Early separation will free the pilot so that he can follow the direction of his choice in the future And for the team to focus on the rest of the year with a replacement driver,” says Lynne Jarvis, team leader.

2021 Yamaha Vinales Motorcycles

What has yet to be reported is who will replace Viñales, but everything is pointing to that Cal Crutchlow will be selected until the end of the seasonAnd in 2022 Franco Morbidelli will occupy this square. These moves can also make Jake Dixon and Darren Bender They are for the first time as pilots MotoGP at Silverstone and MotorLand.

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“After careful consideration, both parties agreed that it would be preferable to terminate the partnership with immediate effect. I will always have great respect for Yamaha and wish them wellViñales says in the official statement. A few short words to bid farewell to four and a half years of experience.

Savadore France Motogue 2021

dissident Vinales won eight MotoGP races for YamahaAlways committing to at least one win each season. His best overall result was third place, in 2017 and 2019, but he’s never come close to fighting for the World Cup. His dominance over Yamaha continued until the tires changed in 2017.

Now you have to see If Vinales ends the racing season in April, which makes sense for him to adjust to 2022. Lorenzo Savadore, who has just had surgery after the blow at Styria, is still practically a provisional rider starting in the absence of the riders in Aprilia. Vinales can take his place.

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