Maverick Viñales refuses to say goodbye to MotoGP at the end of the year: “I feel better every year, more prepared”

MotoGP is going through tough times when it comes to the rider market and rumors have started to surface in the paddock that Maverick Viñales is considering a goodbye at the end of the current season, which the rider has clearly denied, going even further and saying what he wants means more and more absorbing everything around him, and making him feel better and better.

“Honestly, I’m calm and I have time. I feel better every year, better prepared and better physically. I know it will be a big process to completely adapt to a new bike, in the end I rode two Japanese bikes for nine years that are very different, they have nothing to do with each other, it takes time’, said the Spanish driver at the end of the race at Le Mans.

Viñales recalled the difficulties he still faces in adapting to RS-GP, and explained that he has a great desire to enjoy everything related to MotoGP:

– Now that I have had this bike for seven races, in some free practice sessions I am in front, even in the lead, and that means that once I have it in my hand and the automatic head follows its own path, I will be able to do things that I haven’t done so far. I have a great desire. No kidding, no kidding! I have a great desire to “eat” everything.

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