Dixon made his MotoGP debut final weekend on the British GP filling in for the injured Franco Morbidelli on SRT’s ‘A-spec’ Yamaha.
Yamaha check rider Cal Crutchlow had been filling in on the Austrian double-header, however Maverick Vinales’ ousting from the manufacturing unit Yamaha staff compelled the marque to name up Crutchlow to interchange the Spaniard.
Dixon encountered tyre points within the Silverstone race and ended up over 50s off winner Fabio Quartararo because the final labeled runner in 19th, one thing which left him “really annoyed” with his premier class debut.
His Moto2 team-mate Xavi Vierge was provided the SRT M1 for the Aragon spherical, however rejected the offer as he felt it might do extra injury than good to his profession prospects.
Consequently, Dixon has been provided the Yamaha for a second weekend.
Former SRT Moto3 rider Adam Norrodin took over Dixon’s Moto2 seat at Silverstone, however the staff will give Scotsman McPhee a possibility to make his intermediate class debut at Aragon.
FIM CEV Junior Moto3 World Championship rider Syarifuddin Azman will make his grand prix debut rather than McPhee at Aragon.
Jake Dixon, Petronas Yamaha SRT
Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images
“The present dynamic standing of the staff permits some thrilling alternatives for our riders and in addition new expertise,” staff boss Razlan Razali stated.
“We have been glad with Jake’s MotoGP debut on the British Grand Prix so wish to give him the chance to proceed his studying within the MotoGP class in Aragon.
“This after all leaves an area in his seat in Moto2 which we wished to present to John, who will make his Moto2 debut.
“Subsequently, this leaves an ideal platform for us to lend his seat to Syarifuddin Azman from the FIM CEV.
“Azman received one spherical in Barcelona of the FIM CEV, and I believe it’s an important likelihood for him to achieve expertise to find out his degree within the Moto3 World Championship.
“We’re excited by the prospect of giving publicity to our younger riders and we want all of them the perfect.”
Final weekend SRT announced it would be quitting MotoGP altogether at the end of 2021, with a brand new entity headed by present administration Razali and Johan Stigefelt to be unveiled for 2022 on the San Marino GP.
Andrea Dovizioso will make his MotoGP return with SRT at Misano rather than the manufacturing unit Yamaha-bound Morbidelli, with 15-time MotoGP winner Dovizioso to stay with the rebranded squad in 2022 on a manufacturing unit M1.