YA­MAHA & VIÑALES’ DEMOLISHING PA­CE

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YA­MAHA HAS TAKEN A RI­DER THAT GIVES NO CHAN­CE TO ANYBODY. SPA­NISH MAVERICK VIÑALES JOINED MO­TO GP WITH A WELL-DE­FI­NED GOAL: BE­CO­MING A WORLD CHAM­PION, AND HIS CROWN CAN BE ALREADY SEEN UP IN THE HO­RI­ZON AF­TER JUST SIX RACES. NEITHER HON­DA NOR DU­CA­TI HA­VE THE PO­WER TO WIN THE WAR AGAINST THE MO­VIS­TAR

RI­DER. VA­LEN­TINO, WHO AL­SO HAS THE BEST BI­KE IN THE WORLD CHAM­PIONS­HIP, HASN’T BEEN ABLE

TO FO­LLOW MAVERICK’S PA­CE.

Viñales, who took the lead sin­ce the first ra­ce and left Ros­si behind in Le Mans du­ring the last lap, was al­so re­la­xed in Mu­ge­llo and ne­go­tia­ted a second po­si­tion, so he is the first one in the ri­ders qua­li­fi­ca­tion, right in front of Do­vi­zio­so and

his Du­ca­ti that won in Italian tracks. Six races could not be enough to se­cu­re Viñales’ title, but his Ya­maha and him are hol­ding a

demolishing pa­ce.

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