Fabio Di Giannantonio’s brilliant Qatar Grand Prix win makes the idea of him missing out on a 2024 MotoGP seat seem highly unjust. But he might not actually be the best candidate for the last gap
Fabio Di Giannantonio’s win at the MotoGP Qatar Grand Prix was a redemption and a revenge for himself and those who doubted him. Despite being considered a “lame duck” and possibly losing his ride for 2024, Di Giannantonio proved himself on the track with his recent impressive performances. His victory showed that he belongs on the MotoGP grid and not having him in the 2024 roster would be a loss for the sport. While he may be a fitting candidate for the Marini-vacated satellite Ducati seat in VR46 colors, Fermin Aldeguer, VR46’s presumed first choice, is also riding exceptionally well in Moto2 with back-to-back wins. Aldeguer’s recent form and talent make him a strong contender for the seat as well.