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Quartararo’s feeling on SRT MotoGP bike missing since French GP

Fabio Quartararo admits he hasn't had a good feeling on his Petronas SRT Yamaha since the Le Mans race last month after crashing out of the MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix. Quartararo was forced into a recovery ride when he ran off track at Turn 2 on the opening lap of Sunday's race, before crashing out at Turn 6 on the ninth tour while running outside of the points. This compounded another difficult weekend at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit for Quartararo, in which he admits right now "we are not fast". "The feeling since the Le Mans GP is not there, we are trying to work in the best way possible, we are not fast and we need to find a solution," Quartararo said on Sunday....
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