Quartararo stormed to his second-successive race win in 2021 by 4.8 seconds at the Algarve International Circuit to open up a 15-point lead in the championship after three rounds. Quartararo made a similarly strong start to his 2020 campaign, but was a lowly 14th at the Algarve track last season after the Portuguese venue proved to be one of Yamaha’s weakest. Admitting pre-season he was wary about the low-grip Algarve track causing the Yamaha to suffer its usual issues in those conditions, Quartararo was strong across the entire Portimao weekend. “Yes, I feel honestly like [I did in] 2019,” Quartararo said. “The bike is working so well and I have the same [bike as Qatar]. “We didn’t touch the bike. We arrived here, it’s exactly the same bike as Qatar, [only] changing a few things. But we never asked ourselves ‘should we try this’. And 2019 was like this and you can see the difference between Qatar and here, it’s totally different tracks. “So that means the bike is going so well and I’m pretty sure the bike will work in all the tracks this year. Maybe we will struggle for sure, but I think the bike will go well… Read full this story
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