Motorcycles The success secrecy of Quartararo: "I'm a lot of quiet"
Fabio Quartararo Single Yamaha Pilot in the Top 15, Maverick Vinales on P21
© Motorsport Images Fabio Quartararo brought the coals from the fire for Yamaha only a Yamaha pilot managed in qualifying on the Sachsenring the leap into the top 15 ( to Quali Report ). Fabio Quartararo set his factory M1 in the Q2 into the first start series and failed by just 0.011 seconds at the Pole-time of Landsmann Johann Zarco (Pramac-Ducati). For Yamaha Werkspilot Maverick Vinales and the two Petronas-Yamahas von Valentino Rossi and Franco Morbidelli was already in the Q1 terminus.
"the goal is clear. I want to become world champion or at least struggle." Fabio Quartararo is in the MotoGP season 2021 on the best way to create this goal. Six races before the end of the season, the Yamaha driver has comfortable 65 World Cup points ahead on defending champion Joan me (Suzuki).
, even in the previous year, Quartararo led the World Cup rating for a long time, but some difficult races did not destroy any title chance. He fell back in the fall even on World Cup course. With the change to the work team, the 22-year-old made a step.
"I realized my mistakes of 2020," he analyzes his overall better performance and results at. "Sometimes there were problems with the motorcycle, but I too did mistakes. If something went wrong, I was very angry on the motorcycle."
MotoGP Sachsenring: Quartararo in warm-up in front of Honda-duo, Rossi Elter
© Motorsport Images Fabio Quartararo grabbed Honda the best time in the morning just Keep away with a late time attack Fabio Quartararo on Sunday morning the best time in the MotoGP-Warm -up on the Sachsenring . The Yamaha Pilot drove 1: 21,341 minutes straight 63 thousandstel faster than Pol Esppargaro (Honda), which became second. Rank three finished LCR driver Takaaki Nakagami.
"And if you are upset, then you are not focused on what you have to do. I have learned quieter in difficult situations. That's why I'm much stronger than in the previous year. It's my best season. I enjoy it so far , whereby everything goes much easier. "
five victories speak a clear language. Otherwise, Ducati driver Jack Miller has gained two races. With the remaining races there was always another winner. I did not choose a Grands Prix this year.also Yamaha has improved the M1
"I drive because I enjoy it," says Quartararo. "Of course I have a big score, but I drive like a test and try to be the fastest. I made great steps with my experience and Yamaha has significantly improved the bike."
Fabio Quartararo has established itself as number 1 at Yamaha
Maverick Vinales – A timeline of his Yamaha MotoGP exit
On Friday morning Yamaha confirmed it had parted ways with Maverick Vinales with immediate effect, bringing to an end a complicated chapter in MotoGP history.Signed as the future prospect who could fill the outgoing Jorge Lorenzo’s shoes and act as a safeguard to Yamaha’s future once Valentino Rossi finally hung up his helmet, a fraught four-and-a-half years has come to an end in bitter circumstances.
"I feel much easier than in the past. This can drive more aggressive. I have a bigger one Responsibility for the development of the motorcycle. This is also a strength of me, because I feel changes in the motorcycle. Step by step, Yamaha always families me. "
within a short time Quartararo has developed as a leadership figure at Yamaha. At Maverick Vinales, after his start-up victory in Qatar 1 did not go much and it came to break with the team. Valentino Rossi is no longer found in its own strength in the top field.
and Franco Morbidelli had trouble staying competitive with the 2019er Yamaha. A knee surgery continued the Italian for a long time. From Misano he will return and be in the Yamaha work team of the new (old) teammate of Quartararo.
Quartararo can look forward to the rest of the race. If he had to theoretically skip three races, then two would have to win two of them and once to become third to avoid a point lead at Quartararo. So big is his lead.
"Misano, Valencia and Portimao are strong routes for us," the French looks to the other races. "Aragon and the Circuit of the Americas become harder, but our motorcycle is fast everywhere. That's why I'm not worried."
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"Completely My Error": Marc Marquez explains Silverstone collision with Martin .
© Motorsport Images Marc Marquez's blame for the crash in curve 9 unrestricted on itself for Marc Marquez (Honda) and Jorge Martin (Pramac-Ducati) Was the Grand Prix from Great Britain in Silverstone already over before the first round expires. As a result of a collision in curve 9, both had to give up the MotoGP race prematurely. The blame for the crash took Marquez. "I would like to apologize to Martin, because it was completely my mistake," the Spaniard shows ruthfully.