Following his Lodge syndrome which put an end to his hopes of victory on Sunday at the Spanish GP, Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) left Jerez on Monday to undergo medical examinations in France on Monday.
Once again affected by Loges syndrome, Fabio Quartararo made a first decision. Indeed, after his immense disappointment at the Spanish Grand Prix, caused by his problem with his right forearm, the Yamaha rider thought for a long time to make the best decision for his future. Thus, the Frenchman decided to leave Andalusia on Monday, and will therefore not be on track for the Jerez tests, to join France to undergo medical examinations.
Revealed by L’Equipe, the information has since been confirmed by his team. “ Fabio Quartararo will not take part in the Jerez test today. Following the problem he experienced during yesterday’s race, he will undergo a medical check-up. We will keep you posted on any further updates “, We can read in particular in the short press release published by Yamaha on Monday, on social networks. It remains to be seen whether the Niçois will have to go through the operation box, which he has already undergone in June 2019, while the GP of France is pointing the tip of his nose (May 16).
Quartararo in search of answers
” I had a big problem with my arm. As soon as I got a second early, I ran out of strength. I fought for six more laps with pain, but it was impossible, I had no strength left. (…) My arm is stone. (…) I retain the positive of this weekend, it is that we were super fast and we had the pace to win. I am very sad, because I felt very good in front. When I was 4th, I was able to overtake the others. I was comfortable, we had an incredible pace this weekend, but I just didn’t have any strength left in my arm. (…) In Portugal, last year it was a disaster, this year it was perfect. Here, I have never had a problem in my whole life, while this year I have a problem. It is therefore something that I do not understand, in particular entrusted Quartararo, Sunday at the end of the race. (…) I have to think about what to do. Of course, something will have to be planned because things are not going well, my arm is not going well. We’re still looking, but there are too many options. My brain is full, with people telling me to go to such and such a place, or to that other. And in fact, right now, I’m lost. “