Quartararo goes into the weekend on a hot streak, only finishing outside the top five once in the last four races. Heading to a track where he had one of the best results of his 2018 season in Moto2, he knows that he can once again get stuck into the battle for the podium at the Buriram circuit.
Team-mate Morbidelli has a point to prove as he goes into action in Thailand, after being denied the chance of a third consecutive top-five finish last time out in Aragon when another rider took him out of the race. Enjoying a positive debut at the circuit twelve months ago, he too is confident that it can be a strong weekend for him.
Action gets underway at the Buriram International Circuit on Friday 4th October with practice kicking off at 0955 local time (1055 Malaysian time), ahead of the 26-lap race on Sunday 6th October.