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Am also glad for her and she seems to have more pace and natural ability than Rosell, and at only 15(16 at the season start) she will have a great learning experience on a top bike with a top class partner in Vinales.
You will be pleased to hear that all the top 4 (Alex Marquez,Amato,Bagnaia,Ottl) plus talents such as Livio Loi and Valencia wild card points scorer Juan Fransisco Guavera also scored permanent rides in Moto3, so I don't think she took a ride from someone more deserving in that respect.(maybe it's just a shame that other countries championships aren't as revered as Spains, which now has a massive international entry for a reason).
Lucky girl to be in the right team at the right time, hope she continues to flourish as a rider and make the most of a great opportunity.