Driven by the enthusiasm aroused by its two stars Quartararo and Zarco, the Federation intends to move up a gear in training to catch up with the competing nations.
Who will be the next Fabio Quartararo or Johann Zarco? If the two leaders of the MotoGP world championship undoubtedly still have good years ahead of them, the French Motorcycling Federation is active behind the scenes to ensure the continuation and continue to ride an exciting blue wave in the premier category. Because since Fabio Quartararo’s first victory last summer in Spain, the first for a Frenchman in the 21st century (the last one dated from Régis Laconi in 1999), the tricolor flag regularly flies on the MotoGP podiums. And if Johann Zarco is still chasing a first success, he remains a model of consistency (second in the championship 22 points behind Quartararo) which makes him one of the sure values of the championship since he was promoted to Ducati-Pramac. Something to make a whole generation of future motorcycle riders dream.
“Today we are incredibly lucky to have two formidable standard-bearers in Moto GP”, appreciates Sébastien Poirier, elected president.
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