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The ride isn’t steady yet, Fabio Quartararo urges Yamaha to clean up

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JEREZ – MotoGP world champion 2021 Fabio Quartararo not satisfied with the results of testing the bike at the Jerez Circuit last week. According to the team racer Monster Energy Yamaha In that case, the M1 motorbike still has many shortcomings that must be addressed ahead of time MotoGP 2022 .

The French racer wants the Yamaha team to continue to evaluate and improve. Because, Quartararo was scattered in two races which took place on November 18 and 19, 2021. In the first race, the 22-year-old racer was in 9th position by 0.707 seconds behind the fastest Takaaki Nakagami.

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Meanwhile, in the second race one day later, Quartararo fell behind again even though he is now in second place. He again had to lag behind his rival from Ducati Francesco Bagnaia in the top position.

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Yes, Quartararo seems to be starting to feel irritated by the fact that his position is always no better than Pecco – Bagnaia’s nickname -. El Diablo – Quartararo’s nickname – was last fastest at the 2021 British Grand Prix in August.

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As a result, the Yamaha team could not add to the coffers of points in the Constructors’ and Teams’ championships until the title had to be acquired by Ducati. This is the highlight for Quartararo.

The 22-year-old says Yamaha needs to make a splash with the power output of its prototype. This is to prevent the ‘attack’ Ducati, Honda to other new challengers.

“We still haven’t really found anything positive,” said the nine-time premier class race winner, quoted on the Motorsportweek page, Monday (11/22/2021).

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