Quartararo: Yamaha MotoGP Bike Lacks Significant Progress in Four Years
Fabio Quartararo, Yamaha's current MotoGP rider, has expressed his opinion that the Yamaha MotoGP bike has not made any significant progress in the last four years.
In a recent interview, Quartararo stated that the Yamaha team has been struggling to develop the bike in recent years, with the team unable to keep up with the pace of their rivals. He emphasized that the bike's weaknesses were becoming more apparent, and the team was finding it challenging to address these issues.
Quartararo further stated that while the bike had been competitive in the past, it had not made any significant gains in the last four years. He pointed out that the team needed to work harder to make improvements to the bike, especially with the increasing competition in MotoGP.
Despite his concerns, Quartararo is optimistic that the Yamaha team can turn things around and return to their winning ways. He believes that the team has the talent and resources to make the necessary changes and develop a more competitive bike.
Yamaha has a rich history in MotoGP, having won multiple championships with riders like Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo. However, the team has struggled in recent years, with the last championship win coming in 2015.
With the 2023 MotoGP season underway, Yamaha will be hoping to improve their performance and challenge their rivals for the title. Quartararo's insights may provide valuable feedback for the team as they work to develop a more competitive bike.