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MotoGP driver Maverick Vinales shows after suspending for the Grand Prix of Austria. Whether he is allowed to drive for Yamaha again, but is still open.
MotoGP driver Maverick Vinales has first reported after the suspension for the Grand Prix of Austria in Spielberg and explained.
"I apologize to Yamaha, I was wrong," said the Spaniard on Saturday at Sky Italia .
The Yamaha work team had promoted the former motorcycle world champion on Thursday on the siding, as he had his machine on the first race on the Red Bull Ring last Sunday "irregularly".
Yamaha is evidently convinced that the 26-year-old has tried to consciously destroy the engine because he Multiple turned on the throttle for so long until the speed limiter hit.Vinales: "I'm very sad"
"I'm very sad," Vinales said. As it continues and whether Vinales will go again for the Yamaha team is open.
The former Moto3 champion had announced in June that he will leave the racing team a year before the contract.
As the reasons for the decision he had given lack of support and disrespect. Premature separation is conceivable.
Maverick Vinales – A timeline of his Yamaha MotoGP exit .
On Friday morning Yamaha confirmed it had parted ways with Maverick Vinales with immediate effect, bringing to an end a complicated chapter in MotoGP history.Signed as the future prospect who could fill the outgoing Jorge Lorenzo’s shoes and act as a safeguard to Yamaha’s future once Valentino Rossi finally hung up his helmet, a fraught four-and-a-half years has come to an end in bitter circumstances.