‘In Valencia the podium was all in red; I’ve already put pressure on engineers’ – Fabio Quartararo


Fabio Quartararo was MotoGP champion at Misano, but that isn’t why Yamaha has lowered the pace of work with the factory and its engineers.

Faced with the fact that japanese technicians will not stop this winter, Fabio Quartararo recognizes the effort made, but points out that it is urgent to work and present solutions in view of the result of the last race of the season.

‘It’s true, they have to work seven days a week, 24 hours a day. We have a lot of work to do, I’ve already put pressure on them. It’s very important to work well, because what we saw in Valencia, on a positive circuit for us, in the end was a podium all in red. So there’s something to fix’, he said in an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport.

It is important to remember that Francesco Bagnaia was the winner of the GP of the Comunidad Valenciana and that on the podium he was accompanied by Jorge Martín and Jack Miller. Fabio Quartararo finished fifth and behind Joan Mir.

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