Rider Yamaha, Fabio Quartararo, still not satisfied with the performance of the YZR-M1. Currently, El Diablo is hunting for the world title.
In MotoGP standings 2022, Quartararo still sits in first position. The French rider collected 219 points, 18 points ahead of Francesco Bagnaia.
Since the Dutch MotoGP, Ducati appears sip. The Italian manufacturer picked up six consecutive wins.
Bagnaia won at the Dutch MotoGP, British MotoGP, Austrian MotoGP and San Marino MotoGP. While Enea Bastianini won the San Marino MotoGP, Jack Miller won the Japanese MotoGP.
Quartararo instead twice failed to finish in the last six races. He once took the second podium at the Austrian MotoGP, finished second in the British MotoGP and Japanese MotoGP, and finished fifth at the San Marino MotoGP.
“You have to think about the future, and that is the next race because we won’t return to Japan until next year, then we will have a better bike,” Quartararo said at Autosport.
“I haven’t enjoyed riding a motorcycle in a race for a long time.”
“If you don’t get to the track on the front row, (you can wave) goodbye (to the chance to win),” said Quartararo add.
MotoGP will resume again this weekend. The Thai MotoGP, which is being served, will race at the Buriram circuit on Sunday (2/10/2022) at 15.00 WIB.
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