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Quartararo: It's like riding a totally different bike

Facing his first chance to wrap-up the MotoGP title this weekend, wet weather during Friday practice at Misano once again sent Fabio Quartararo sliding down the timesheets. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP The Frenchman, who holds a 52-point advantage over Francesco Bagnaia with only 75-points remaining, was just 18th in morning practice (+3.1s) but more concerned by 16th in the afternoon session (+1.792s). While most riders improved as the track began to dry, Quartararo's best time came on his 9th of 19 laps. The Monster Yamaha rider was running 1m 44s at the end of the session, when a dry line began to...
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