Quartararo reveals experience is key to win MotoGP

Fabio Quartararo was one of the main candidates for the 2020 MotoGP Champion yesterday after collecting three wins. However, in the end, the French rider took 8th place in the final standings.

It is undeniable that Marc Marquez’s absence throughout the 2020 season made the competition even wider and the public increasingly difficult to predict who would be the champion.

However, at the beginning of the competition, the Petronas Yamaha SRT Team Rider, Fabio Quartararo, did seem to dominate. He even managed to win three wins.

With this score, many think that the rider with the nickname El Diablo has the chance to become world champion. However, after the Aragon GP until the end of the season, Quartararo’s performance decreased.

As a result, a series of bad results made him slowly displaced until he had to settle for finishing in 8th place in the final standings.

Talking about this, Fabio Quartararo himself admitted that his journey in the last season was also influenced by a mentality that was not right, regardless of the technicality of the motorbike he rode.

In other words, his lack of experience in the highest class made it difficult for him to maintain his position at the top.

“There is a problem with my mentality. I am not ready to be there. I still lack experience. I should be able to achieve better results. Looking back, when I watch all the races, I learned a lot from this season,”

“There are many first moments for me in this second season. This is my first time leading the standings, and this I have never experienced in Moto3 and Moto2. I also have to really control my success in MotoGP,” said the 21-year-old Rider. this.

Furthermore, Quartararo emphasized that what he went through during the 2020 season yesterday was a very valuable experience, so that it can be a lesson to prepare for the 2021 season.

“But I dig a lot of experience this year, which I believe can help for next season. I know what I have to improve. I also look to 2021 with everything I learned this season,” concluded Quartararo.

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