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Quartararo says Portimao is the 'most difficult' MotoGP track

Petronas SRT's Fabio Quartararo admits the Algarve circuit hosting the Portuguese Grand Prix is the "most difficult track" he has ridden a MotoGP bike on. The return of the Portuguese GP for the first time since 2012 takes MotoGP to the Algarve Circuit for the first time, with Quartararo ending Friday's practice fourth overall. The flowing and undulating nature of the track has proven trick for many riders, with Quartararo saying the hardest part is the lack of braking references. "For me, the braking reference was so difficult to have because you see nothing and it's so difficult to have brake reference," he said. "I think this is the main thing we are struggling...
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