Jack Miller spent most of his time on the 2021 aero, identifiable by the lower ducts, aimed at reducing drag. Also visible, just in front of the spoiler: the small piston activating the holeshot/shapeshifter device
From anniversary livery to test bike, with bits in between. Cal Crutchlow on one of the Yamaha test bikes. The fact that the tank cover and seat upper is in the special anniversary livery tells you those parts, at least, have not been changed
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