Quartararo and Yamaha ready for Assen after successful private test

Fabio Quartararo and Yamaha finally escape the rain, and complete a program of private tests in the dry in Valencia on the sidelines of the race in Assen.

Published on 22/06/2024 à 16:32

Luca Bartolomeo

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Quartararo and Yamaha ready for Assen after successful private test

Quartararo optimistic after private test in Valencia - Yamaha MotoGP

This month, fabio quartararo and Yamaha were rather unlucky in private testing. No matter which route they traveled to, rain awaited them to compromise their chances of studying new components.

However, it seems that the curse has ended. The Frenchman and his team have just completed a rather successful test with the Japanese factory near Valencia. Two weeks earlier, the weather had not been kind to the Blues on the Riccardo Tormo circuit. This time the Niçois was able to complete around a hundred passes on the track which will host the last Grand Prix of the 2024 season.

The objective of these tests is obviously to offer Fabio Quartararo and his teammate, Alex Rins, as many parts as possible to test on the YZR-M1, with the aim of making changes to them on the sidelines of the next Grand Price.

“101 laps completed today. It was a rather satisfying adventure, rejoices Quartararo on his Instagram account. The bike behaved really well on the Valencia circuit. Now it's about bringing everything we can to Assen. »

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The Dutch circuit will indeed host the next round of the MotoGP world championship next week (June 28-30) and will mark the return of the discipline after three weeks of absence forced by the postponement of the Kazakhstan Grand Prix. This event will be the penultimate of this first part of the season.

It will then remain for the drivers and teams to compete in the German Grand Prix (July 7). After this stage the paddock will benefit from a few weeks of rest imposed by the summer break.

Alex Rins was also satisfied with this riding session. “I could keep working and having fun like this all day.” Thanks to the team for their efforts! »

Luca Bartolomeo

Certified Belgian without accent who writes with pleasure for a French site. In charge of MotoGP

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