Maverick's last bullet

When on Saturday June 26, in Assen, we learned in AS that Maverick was breaking with Yamaha, still with a one-year contract in force, and that ...

Maverick's-last-bullet

When on Saturday, June 26, in Assen, we learned in AS that Maverick was breaking with Yamaha, still with a one-year contract in force, and that he was signing for Aprilia, we did not know if the breakup or the signing by a factory that did not he has won nothing in MotoGP. Considering what happened in Austria, where the tuning fork factory got off its motorcycle to the one in Roses, for mistreating it in the previous appointment, it is clear that the relationship between both parties had been rotten for a long time and that a mutually agreed separation was the best way mutually. Now, is Aprilia Mack's best choice?

He could also have opted for a sabbatical year, trying to convince Rossi to give him a Ducati of his or fight for one of the KTMs that were officially free at the time. But no, Aleix Espargaró convinced him that the Aprilia project was growing and that with him in its ranks it would just explode. In his favor he will play that the Italian factory is the only one that has concessions left on the grid. And for Noale's it will help Maverick to face his last bullet to show what a great ride he is, like in the days of Suzuki or in his first steps at Yamaha. Maverick and Aprilia are absolutely right with this union. Long live the bride and groom and may their love be eternal.



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