Frenchman Fabio Quartararo fell twice this Sunday at the Assen circuit. The second was impressive.
Tough day for Fabio Quartararo… In the fight with Aleix Espargaro for second place, the reigning world champion fell at the start of the Grand Prix of Assen (Netherlands), this Sunday afternoon.
The Frenchman was able to start again, last, before falling again. And this time very heavily after losing control of his Yamaha on the throttle. If he was not injured, he was forced to retire.
Impressive fall of Fabio Quartararo! The 2nd for him during this #DutchGP ?
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— CANAL+ MotoGP™ (@CanalplusMotoGP) June 26, 2022
“I made a rookie mistake”
“I made a rookie mistake”thus analyzed at the microphone of Canal+ a disappointed but already forward-looking Quartararo: “It’s a good lesson for the future”. The next MotoGP meeting is scheduled for the weekend of July 10, in Finland.