MotoGP: Yamaha, goodbye continuity

MotoGP: Yamaha, goodbye continuity

With Viñales leaving at the end of the season, Yamaha will change its factory line-up for the second consecutive year for the first time since the arrival of Rossi. A Suzuki-style move

Ducati started the trend last autumn, when it made a double rider change – Jack Miller and Pecco Bagnaia in, Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci out. A move that appears to be paying off, with both former Pramac riders in the top five in the general standings, while Petrucci finished twelfth last year. Since debuting in MotoGP in 2003, the Borgo Panigale factory team had never taken such a revolutionary decision. In fact, they’d never swapped both riders in a 12-month period, something that Yamaha is now about to do. With Rossi having left the factory team last year, it will soon be the turn of Maverick Viñales, frustrated with the varying perfor

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