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Fabio Quartararo Gets Three-Second Penalty for Unzipped Leathers

Fabio Quartararo has been hand a three-second penalty after the conclusion of the Catalunya Grand Prix at Barcelona, for riding with his leathers open. The Frenchman’s leathers came open in the first half of Lap 21, after which he discarded his chest protector, and he went on to finish the remaining laps with the leathers completely open, the wind having forced the zip open completely.
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Fabio Quartararo Handed 3-Second Penalty For Finishing Barcelona MotoGP Race With Unzipped Leathers

Fabio Quartararo has been hand a 3-second penalty after the conclusion of the Catalunya Grand Prix at Barcelona, for riding with his leathers open. The Frenchman's leathers came open in the first half of lap 21, after which he discarded his chest protector, and he went on to finish the remaining laps with the leathers completely open, the wind having forced the zip open completely.
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Another MotoGP Pole For Fabio Quartararo

BARCELONA, Spain – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP‘s Fabio Quartararo continued his qualifying hot streak with his fifth-straight MotoGP pole Saturday at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Quartararo let the rest of the Q2 rider field head out on track before him, opting instead to wait for clear track. He set a first...
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Fabio Quartararo proved to be untouchable once again

Fabio Quartararo proved to be untouchable once again this weekend as he dominated his way to his third victory of the season in Mugello. Maverick Viñales recovered to take eighth place in what was a race of attrition in the Tuscan hills. Valentino Rossi had a positive race, securing a top ten finish at his home Grand Prix while PETRONAS team-mate Franco Morbidelli finished the race in 16th after getting caught up in another rider’s accident.
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Fabio Quartararo Gets Arm Pump Surgery After Painful MotoGP Loss

The stage was set for Fabio Quartararo to take his third successive MotoGP win at the Spanish Grand Prix on May 2, 2021. He secured pole position and led the championship series. He won the past two races at the Jerez Circuit and enjoyed a comfortable lead in the race's early stages. It seemed like the stars aligned, but for the Frenchman, the win wasn’t to be.
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Fabio Quartararo has already undergone surgery

Fabio Quartararo He left the whole paddock worried after last weekend’s race in Jerez, when after going first for almost the entire race he began to lose positions, allowing himself to be overtaken by the rest of the grid and crossing the finish line in tears. The pilot explained that he suffered intense pain in his right forearm and his arm was left without feeling to be able to give gas and brake and decided to loosen: “The arm hardened and became like a stone. I resisted for about six laps, but there came a point where I could barely brake and it was even dangerous& rdquor; affirmed the French.
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Another Jerez Pole For Fabio Quartararo

JEREZ, Spain – Fabio Quartararo raced to his fourth-straight Circuit de Jerez MotoGP pole on Saturday, becoming the first rider to earn four consecutive poles at the Spanish circuit. Quartararo, the MotoGP championship leader, was in control throughout qualifying and claimed the top spot thanks to a fast lap of...
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MotoGP: Fabio Quartararo wins Portuguese Grand Prix

France's Fabio Quartararo took the MotoGP World Championship title lead with victory at the Portuguese Grand Prix as Johann Zarco crashed out. Yamaha's Quartararo beat Italian Francesco Bagnaia, who was second, with Spain's world champion Joan Mir third. Honda's Marc Marquez was seventh on his return from a nine-month injury...
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Fabio Quartararo Delivers Third Consecutive Yamaha Win After Perfect Portimao Performance

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP maintained their 100% win record this weekend after Fabio Quartararo converted pole position into his second victory of the season with a perfect race in Portugal. The Frenchman claimed victory by 4.809 seconds in what was another masterclass from the factory Yamaha rider. PETRONAS Yamaha SRT returned to the top five with Franco Morbidelli enjoying a strong ride to fourth.
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MotoGP: Fabio Quartararo wins Doha Grand Prix

Yamaha's Fabio Quartararo won the Doha Grand Prix on Sunday after one sensational lap saw him move from third to first in Qatar. Five laps from the finish, the Frenchman overtook Pramac Racing's Johann Zarco and Jorge Martin, demoting them to second and third. Spanish rookie Martin, who started on...