Two of the Top Petronas Yamaha SRT Rider in Jerez

MotoGP contest will be present this week. The racers began following a series of racing events since yesterday. Starting from FP to Qualification, it was held yesterday. The results are quite amazing in the MotoGP class this season. I don’t know what happened to the MotoGp star drivers who experienced unusual conditions.

Fabio Quartararo is a Frenchman who leads in Jerez. He won Pole Position with a time of 1’36,880 and was followed by his team mate Franco Morbidelli. The two Petronas Yamaha SRT drivers occupied the front grid in yesterday’s qualification. Frenchman said that he never expected to get a Pole position. He got a Pole position that could be said to be something amazing and became the first history he occupied that position. Quartararo stated that this race was good. OK, Marc Marquez is really very fast according to him. The goal is to get the leading position only this time Fabio feels comfortable with the bike and his team. He assumed that this was all a bonus for him.

  1. Fabio QUARTARARO 20
  2. Franco MORBIDELLI 21
  3. Marc MARQUEZ 93
  4. Andrea DOVIZIOSO 04
  5. Maverick VI√ĎALES 12
  6. Cal CRUTCHLOW 35
  7. Danilo PETRUCCI 9
  8. Takaaki NAKAGAMI 30
  9. Alex RINS 42
  10. Francesco BAGNAIA 63
  11. Jorge LORENZO 99
  12. Joan MIR 36

If Fabio Quartararo is the winner at Jerez this week, he will be the youngest to win the first-class Grand Prix race, taking notes from Marquez.

Valentino Rossi (Yamaha MotoGP Energy Monster) said that Jerez was a difficult circuit. Requires good driver and bike performance. For him he has tried from FP to qualification yesterday. Rossi revealed that he was not comfortable with his motorcycle. He and his bike were at the limit in yesterday’s qualification. This time Rossi is not on the front grid. He started at number 14 and he hopes that this week’s Race he and his team can solve the problems they have experienced and can finish the race well.

Alex Rins Racing Style

The winner of the American Grand Prix offers insight into the style of riding on a smooth track. Quoted from Motor Sport Magazine one day ago. Alex Rin is known to be one of the most refined racers on the grid. The racing style is almost like Rossi (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP). This is very visible from the beginning of this season. Starting from Qatar, Argentina to America, he showed a good game.

In an interview Rins said that the fine racing style he had came naturally. Rins explained that nothing special about him all came naturally. Rins had a funny story when he was in Moto3 class in 2013. My mechanic was watching me during qualifications and they thought that I would go back to the Box but in that lap I actually got a Pole Position. So I think it comes naturally.

In general Alex Rins checks all racers quickly when they race. Rins learned from there and began to find his own racing style. Rins remembers he was in a very good race at Philips Island 2017. The fight involved him and the MotoGP stars, from which he learned from them in using throttle when off the track. Everything looks really good.