Yamaha provokes Marc Márquez: “Everything has an end”
Fabio Quartararo has become the great favorite to dethrone Marc Márquez. The Frenchman, who will be part of the official Yamaha team next year, has a 50-point advantage with the Spanish after the first two races. Lin Jarvis, CEO of Yamaha, has wanted to throw a taunt at the reigning champion to sting him. “Everything has an end and our mission is that our boys take over, “he said in the official podcast of the MotoGP World Championship.
«Márquez is the only one who can take the Honda and get the best out of it; He’s very talented, he’s very fit and tremendously motivated. Currently it has all the stars aligned, it is in that sweet zone, but everything has an end and our mission is that our boys take over. Maverick has a lot of potential, if he can maintain some consistency and think positive. Sometimes he gets pissed off, but he has a lot of quality. You have to keep him in that area where he feels comfortable, he has the ability to win more than one title, “said Jarvis.
Marc is the great MotoGP dominator, he has won six of the last seven championships Jorge Lorenzo (2015) being the only one who has managed to beat him. The Cervera driver is going through a very sweet moment in his career, although the season has not started in the best way with two zeros in his locker due to the fall in the first race that prevented him from participating in the second. Now he has before him a challenge that he has never achieved, winning the World Cup after not having scored in the first two races.
From Yamaha they trust Quartararo and Maverick Viñales to put an end to the reign of the Honda rider: «We are equal in our philosophy towards our riders, but if this one wants that and the other wants the other, then you know that you divide. But there are times when, you know, there are some great egos in this sport, you have to manage the pilot, his ego, the environment, his expectations, his requests that sometimes can be fulfilled or not. It’s quite difficult, but if you ask me, I would always have two top-tier riders instead of one A and one B, it’s more challenging and challenging. I think next year’s team should be goodThis year’s is good, but next year’s will also be good. We will have two young people who are first class ».