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I don’t think Mark has lost his skills after eight tournaments

I don’t think Mark has lost his skills after eight tournaments

Former world champion Fabio Quartaro scored just one point at Silverstone. Then, the Yamaha factory rider spoke candidly about his current difficult situation.

Fabio Quartararo scored the lowest point of his motorcycle racing career last weekend at Silverstone with his 22nd and final start. After running barely better than 21st in the sprint, there was a decent improvement on Sunday, but after a collision with Luca Marini, he was 15th again. With this meager score, the 2021 world champion fell out of the top ten in the world championship standings.

“I wouldn’t say I lose motivation, but it’s frustrating. Silverstone in particular was a nightmare because of qualifying, but also tough in general because I’ve been fighting for the world title almost every year, and now we’re fighting for the points…”

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Also about the French racer Marc Marquez Say a few wordswho recently stated that he could no longer win races.

“I don’t think Mark has lost his skills after eight tournaments. Mentally, none of us are in an easy position, but I can assure everyone that I will do my best, but unfortunately the results will not come.”

Quartararo compared his career in Moto2: “Honestly, I haven’t shown anything in Moto2 except for a few races. My victory [a 2018-as Catalunya GP-n] It came at the right time, but I have never fought for the top three in the world championships. I’ll be honest, I didn’t adjust well to Moto2. But the situation was different in MotoGP.

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