Quartararo: Marquez’ biggest British GP threat?

Comparing that to Quartararo’s run on a medium front, hard rear, the Yamaha man was able to do four 1:59s. His best was a 1:59.818, one of three 1:59.8s ‘El Diablo’ posted, with his other lap under the two-minute barrier coming in the shape of a 1:59.965.
After FP4, Quartararo was left slightly disappointed to have missed out on a front-row start at Silverstone, with a bike problem hampering his chances of claiming a fourth pole position of the season.
Fabio Quartararo: “We still managed to do a good lap time but unfortunately, we weren’t on the front row.”

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