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Quartararo determined for good result in the 2022 MotoGP season finale.

Fabio Quartararo will bring his A-game once more at the final round of the 2022 MotoGP season this weekend in Valencia – Ricardo Tormo.

There‘s a 23-point gap to bridge to first place in the rider standings, which means Fabio can only win the championship if he finishes first and the championship leader Francesco Bagnaia doesn‘t score any points.


Quartararo wins World Championship if…

  • He wins and Bagnaia is P15 or lower

Bagnaia wins World Championship if…

  • Quartararo doesn’t win
  • He finishes P14 or higher
  • He finishes P15 and Quartararo doesn’t win

Of course, the Frenchman is still determined to give his all. The 2021 MotoGP World Champion has previously scored second place here in 2019 (his best result in Valencia) and hopes to do one better this weekend.


“We had a good race in Malaysia. I really enjoyed it, and it was nice to be back on the podium again. Winning the championship will be very difficult now. Of course, I will give my 100% as always, but I‘m not going to stress too much about the championship title. It‘s the final GP of the season, and I want to enjoy it and end it with a good result.”

See e-sport video of the circuit below.


The Valencia circuit was built in 1999 and the Valencia GP was soon a must-see event when it became the traditional closing round of the MotoGP championship in 2002. The circuit lay-out includes nine left corners, five right ones, an 876m longest straight, and is ran anti-clockwise. The stadium-style grandstands can seat up to 150,000 spectators and provide them with a perfect view of all parts of the track as the riders go head-to-head one final time this year.

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