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Quartararo: I don’t want to say it is the tyre, but…

After building his title lead from 14 to 65-points over the previous five races, stretching back to the incident with his leathers in Barcelona, Fabio Quartararo's world championship advantage was pegged back to 53 points by an eighth place finish at Aragon. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP The Monster Yamaha rider confessed prior to the weekend that the Spanish circuit was probably his worst of the season, but still qualified on the front row and fully expected to fight for the rostrum. Instead, he suffered a 'strange' lack of rear grip from the start of the race and dropped back to a low of tenth place by...
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