Fabio Quartararo has been surely one of the biggest surprise of the season, with the French rookie who conquered three pole position and two podiums in his first year of MotoGP. No one was probably expecting him to be that fast in a short period of time, thinking that he would have needed more time to show his fully potential.
After a tough start of 2019, Fabio when MotoGP circus came back to Europe started to shine with a sensational first ever pole position at Jerez ahead of his teammate Franco Morbidelli; unfortunately the French was not able to replicate that good result also in the race in which he was 2nd with a good margin on his rivals, but a mechanical problems stopped him from a memorable podium.
Anyway, Quartararo tried to analyze his season: “First part of the championship was really good and I learned quickly what to do. I am happy with the work we did. The most important lesson was adapting to time attack, it was a totally different aspect from Moto2, getting the maximum from fresh tyres and overtaking with high speed when braking. I learned a lot from top riders but I still have a lot to do”.
French rookie is conscious that he is still have a lot to learn but wishes to fight for the victory and top riders as soon as possible: “I need to stay more calm on the bike and to be more patient to have a better tyre management. I want to do a group race, I did never have the opportunity and I never fought against Marquez and Rossi, I wish to have this chance in the next races”.