Quartararo "hurts" returning to scene of MotoGP title amid current woes

Quartararo "hurts" returning to scene of MotoGP title amid current woes
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Quartararo "hurts" returning to scene of MotoGP title amid current woes

Frenchman Fabio Quartararo won his first world championship title in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix two years ago, but since then, Yamaha has struggled, and Quartararo is currently 11th in the standings, far behind rival Francesco Bagnaia. Quartararo has expressed his frustrations with Yamaha’s lack of competitiveness, stating that the current bike is similar to the one Jorge Lorenzo rode to victory in 2015. Ahead of this weekend’s San Marino Grand Prix, Quartararo expressed disappointment with the team’s current position compared to two years ago. Despite finishing seventh in the last race, Quartararo is not confident about this weekend’s races and says they have lost some turning ability. The post-race test at Misano will be significant for Yamaha’s 2024 bike, with test rider Cal Crutchlow providing feedback. Quartararo mentioned speaking with Crutchlow but did not reveal any details about the feedback.

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Source: Motorsport.com

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