On the kicking I'm here nor there on it. IOW I don't care. What I do question is why Yamaha hasn't issued anything supporting rossi's claims.
As always, it's not what they said or addressed but what they didn't say or address.
I suggest that you just prefer to not see their support.
Jarvis said this:
"From the first race in Phillip Island it has led to the accusation the Valentino made the other day about Marc’s attempt to control the race and attempt to influence the Championship and I think that what we saw in the race was the revenge of Marc Marquez towards Valentino’s statements in the media
"I think you have to see the bigger picture and you have to question the motivation of the style of race and the way and the attempt of Marc to clearly disturb Valentino to the maximum
"Finally that resulted in an overflow of frustration by Valentino and that boiled over and he made a move that was an incorrect move by taking Marc out to the side of the track. Then unfortunately Marc deicide to turn in hit the leg, that caused an incident and Marc fell off
"At the same time we feel that the penalty is quite harsh, to give three points when normally Valentino is not a dirty rider. He is not a rider that creates issues and problems for other people, so as a team we appealed to the FIM to the first decision of the Race Direction.
I'd suggest that these statements say it clearly....
1. Yamaha believe that MM interfered with Rossi.
2. Rossi reacted inappropriately by running MM wide
3. MM turned into Rossi, collided and fell off.
Not sure why you think Yamaha have not "issued anything supporting Rossi's claims"
...but at this stage, it matters no longer. MM had his way.
Looking forward to next year.