2021 MotoGP WORLD CHAMPION!

2021 MotoGP WORLD CHAMPION!

 

Fabio Quartararo #20 made a superb performance at the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix in Italy. Finishing fourth, he secured the 2021 MotoGP World Championship Title in his first year with the Factory Yamaha Team.
Starting from fifteenth place on the grid, Fabio Quartararo had a cautious start and slalomed through the opening corners in 17th place, but he soon commenced his charge to the front. After six laps, El diablo found himself inside the top 10 and kept pushing, knowing every point could be crucial in his championship challenge. Stalking Alex Rins, they together overtook Jorge Martin and continued to ride to the front. On lap 13, the pair joined the group battling for fifth place.
Two laps later Quartararo found a way through on his teammate and Luca Marini. With ten laps to go, he also overtook Rins in Turn 4 for sixth place. He was rapidly closing in on Aleix Espargaro and had the fans on the edge of their seats during his duel with the Aprilia rider, but he managed to keep it short and quickly opened a gap.
Quartararo was fifth place, and the title challenge seemed to be moved forward to Portimao. With Francesco Bagnaia crashing out in the final five laps, Quartararo was suddenly in third place and was keen to secure his championship title with a podium finish, but when Enea Bastianini loomed up behind him, the Yamaha man decided to make do with a fourth-place finish, 12.775s from first.
Becoming the first French MotoGP rider World Champion, Fabio Quartararo showed incredible speed, maturity, and heroic perseverance to secure the MotoGP World Championship Title with two rounds to spare. From the beginning of season to now, Fabio was able to keep relentless focus, show calm determination, and consistently delivered point-scoring performances. He achieved incredible performances up until now : 5 GP wins, 10 podiums, 14 front-row starts, 5 pole positions, 5 fastest laps, and 1 World Championship Title.
The next MotoGP round will be back in action at the Algarve International Circuit (Portugal), held from 5-7 November.

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