Pre-season MotoGP title favourite Fabio Quartararo’s 2020 season unravelled spectacularly owing to a wildly inconsistent Yamaha. No stranger to tough times, he has already begun his fightback ahead of his move to the factory team in 2021.
It is a fact of life that generally nothing ever works out the way it should. Fabio Quartararo pulled up trees in his 2019 MotoGP debut season, romping to seven podiums and six poles to strike some genuine concern within reigning world champion Marc Marquez for 2020.
And when the Honda rider broke his arm in a crash at the Spanish Grand Prix back in July, ultimately ruling him out for the rest of the season and possibly a further six months from the point of writing following a third operation, few thought anyone other than Quartararo would take over his throne.
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