“I would say it’s a 50/50 route for us,” said Fabio Quartararo, worried about Yamaha’s inferiority on the straights » FirstSportz

Fabio Quartararo
Fabio Quartararo

Fabio Quartararo was able to do for Yamaha what Marc Marquez has done for Honda for the last 6 odd years. The Frenchman successfully covered up Yamaha’s slip-up in the development of the bike. While Andrea Dovizioso, Darryn Binder and Franco Morbidelli struggled to cheer on the Yamaha M1, Fabio Quartararo went about his business and took the championship lead.

The reigning world champion has definitely been let down by his team, which has made his job so much more difficult. But that hasn’t affected his performances as he has already recorded 1 win and 3 podiums in the first 7 races of the season. But Yamaha’s inferiority on the longer straights has led to speculation that he will leave the team, while Yamaha appear confident of signing it.

We all know how slow Yamaha were on the straights from the Valentino Rossi days, which is why the riders always had to do so much more on the slower corners. The story hasn’t done much since then, or rather, it’s gotten worse. So it would be particularly difficult for Fabio Quartararo on the long straights of Mugello with that 12km/h difference in top speed to other teams.

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Fabio Quartararo is quietly confident but believes Mugello can go either way

Fabio Quartararo
Fabio Quartararo

Still, Fabio Quartararo sounds calmly confident, and he expressed that in one of the interviews. He said, “We know all factories have improved a lot but I think we are strong in sectors one and three, our bike is very strong there.

“It’s hard to say what would be a good result here. It’s not a bad lead for us.”

If we can get a good start and a good first lap, it could change the race immediately. We’ll see how it goes, but I’d say the two races ahead are going to be tough“, as reported by motorcycle sport.

The next few races pose many challenges for Yamaha, especially with their inferior top speed. Therefore, it will be interesting to see how Fabio Quartararo goes about his business.

Also read: James Vowels reality check to Mercedes fans: “It would be wrong to say that the ‘porpoise’ problem is gone”

Also read: Lewis Hamilton doesn’t feel like a “leader” at Mercedes after a bizarre start to the season “I would say it’s a 50/50 route for us,” said Fabio Quartararo, worried about Yamaha’s inferiority on the straights » FirstSportz

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