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Quartararo: Focus on qualifying, still a chance of teams' title

After struggling to pass the Ducatis and then suffering his first race fall of the season in Portimao, Fabio Quartararo is out to make amends and finish his MotoGP title-winning season on a high at Valencia this weekend. Yamaha's lack of horsepower relative to the Ducatis was evident in the Portimao battles, leading Quartararo to label top speed as his number one technical priority for 2022: "Even if we lose in another area, we need to gain on top speed, because to overtake is just a nightmare. Well, we just can't overtake," he had said. Quartararo's superb qualifying form, 14 front-row starts from 17 rounds, has masked the overtaking issue for much of this season and will be...
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