Maverick Vinales will no longer be a Yamaha rider in 2022. It was the Iwata House itself to announce it through a statement released on Monday morning. “Following the request of Maverick Vinales, Yamaha has agreed to terminate the current two-year contract early,” reads the note. “Currently in the fifth season together, the parties have mutually agreed to separate at the end of this year.”
“It is with sadness that we will say goodbye to Maverick at the end of the year,” he said Lin Jarvis. «We are in the middle of our fifth season together and over the years we have reached a lot of highs but we have had to manage a lot of lows as well. After the German GP, which was the most difficult weekend of our partnership, we had important discussions in Assen and came to the conclusion that it would be in the interest of both sides to part ways in the future. Yamaha will do its utmost – as we have always done – to give full support to Maverick and finish this season in the best possible way ».
Vinales himself echoes: «This partnership was very significant for me and it proved to be a difficult decision to separate. In these seasons together we have experienced both great successes and difficult moments. However, the underlying feeling is one of mutual respect and appreciation. I am totally committed and I will try to get the best results for the rest of the season ».
Maverick and Yamaha began their collaboration in 2017 with the Spaniard often fast in practice but never quite consistent in the race. After the second place obtained in the Dutch GP, Vinales had already hinted at his intentions: «My future? So I’m very far from being able to express my full potential. I think I’ve said it all. I have been showing the same problems for three years but a solution has never arrived ».
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