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ducati1098

February 22, 2015 4:34 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Rookie Quartararo two for two


Brain: Lets say he wins Moto3 in first year, then Moto2 in first year. Would the FIM allow him to go GP racing at 17 if requested.
Winning back-to-back Spanish CEV Moto3 championship has developed his racing tremendously. I'd be surprise if he doesn't win Moto3 in his first year. Also, I think he has the ability to win Moto2 within 2 years, and if a factory in MotoGP gives him a chance then he might be capable in winning a MotoGP championship even before he turns 20 to become the youngest ever. I'm sure the factories are looking at him already.

ducati1098

February 10, 2015 7:30 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Rookie Quartararo sets opening 2015 pace


I sincerely believe that Fabio is the next Valentino Rossi/Marc Marquez. Surely with his pace, natural talent, and Honda bike it's difficult to not view him as a title favorite. I'm hoping he will win the title this year, Moto2 next year, and possibly MotoGP within 2 years after that. That would put him on pace to become the youngest MotoGP title winner ever at 18/19 years of age!

ducati1098

January 29, 2015 6:42 PM

MotoGP » Yamaha: 'We’re going to have a champion this year'


That's a bold statement from Yamaha but I do not doubt that whatsoever especially when you have a hungry Rossi and Lorenzo as riders. This year I'm more interested in seeing what Ducati and Suzuki can do, and the fact that Vinales is racing for Suzuki tells you how how they as a manufacturer are serious in challenging podiums from the established winners especially in their first year.


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