Quartararo has the best possible base to build on, straight off the podium last time out at the Austrian Grand Prix. Looking to continue the run of form that’s seen him take three podium finishes already in his rookie season, Quartararo is confident that the newly-resurfaced Silverstone track will allow him to utilise the full potential of his bike.
Morbidelli is also looking forward to a strong weekend at the English circuit, as he looks to gather momentum for the second half of the season. A big fan of the Silverstone circuit and its fast and flowing characteristics and a former podium finisher at the English track, Morbidelli is confident that it’ll again suit both his bike and his smooth riding style as he makes his MotoGP debut there after last year’s cancellation due to heavy rain.
Practice for this weekend’s British Grand Prix starts on Friday 23rd August at 0955 local time (1655 Malaysian time), with the 20-lap race on Sunday 25th August at 1300 local time (2000 Malaysian time).