Quartararo believes he can meet his target because the Buriram circuit is more suitable for Yamaha.
After finishing the podium in Austria and San Marino, the SRT Petronas rider only finished fifth in Aragon. Although starting from the second position, Quartararo was scattered from the group in the front row to finish the race with a difference of almost 9 seconds from the winner Marc Marquez.
At the end of this week, Quartararo will carry out his debut race at MotoGP Thailand, which is being held at the Buriram Circuit. According to him, the race will be more difficult to predict.
“I think the circuit will be better for us than Aragon because there are many long straight tracks, slow bends that will suit our motorbikes,” Quartararo was quoted as saying by Crash.
“The more experienced riders are at a disadvantage there because this is the second time the race has been held there, so we will work hard to quickly adapt and do our best.”
“This is my favorite time of the season, heading for four races in Asia and Australia because I like to travel and I will have a break too after Thailand,” he explained.
Quartararo is currently ranked seventh in the MotoGP standings with 123 points. Quartararo is only 14 points from Valentino Rossi on it.
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