Quartararo looks to retain Dutch MotoGP title

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2022 MotoGP Season

2022 Dutch Grand Prix

Round 11
TT Circuit Assen
Assen, Netherlands 
Sunday, 26 June 2022

Fabio Quartararo will be confident of successfully defending the Dutch Grand Prix when he competes in the MotoGP race on Sunday.
The Yamaha rider was in his element at last year's Dutch MotoGP as he won the race and he went on to clinch the MotoGP world title. 
Quartararo is in scintillating form at the moment having won the most recent race this season which was the German MotoGP on June 19.

Johann Zarco of Ducati
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The highly-rated 23-year-old grabbed the holeshot off the line and led all 30 laps, dominating the German MotoGP to win by almost five seconds. 
The Ducati duo of Johann Zarco and Jack Miller finished second and third respectively as the Italian motorcycle-manufacturing company enjoyed a successful weekend. 
Quartararo consolidated his spot at the top of the 2022 riders' standings and he is followed by Aleix Espargaro of Aprilia and Zarco respectively. 
The French star, who is hoping to clinch his second successive MotoGP world title this term, will be looking to widen the gap at top of the standings by winning the Dutch MotoGP. 

Franco Morbidelli of Yamaha
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“Of course, I’m feeling better than ever every time I race," Quartararo said after he was asked if he felt he was riding better than ever having won the German MotoGP. 
“I’m learning and I feel like every time I find something. The focus here to make 30 laps in front and to be consistent was something difficult. 
“Barcelona helped me a lot because I had a similar situation, but of course I’m feeling confident and I feel I’m riding better than ever," he continued. 
“I’m super happy. [It’s] a really, really special victory. Was a little bit like Barcelona."
Ducati are placed at the top of the Constructors' championship standings and they are followed by Yamaha and Aprilia respectively.

2021 Dutch MotoGP results

Winner: Fabio Quartararo - Yamaha 
Runner-Up: Maverick Vinales - Yamaha
Third-Place: Joan Mir - Suzuki 


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Published: 06/21/2022