The records of precocity of Marc that threatens Quartararo

He just took off the youngest MotoGP pole (20 years and 14 days against 20 and 62). You have 48 days to take the victory and the whole year for the title.

When a record of anything is established, it often seems that it will last forever, but it goes, someone just arrives, with more or less time, and improves it. In MotoGP it has just been shown by Fabio Quartararo, snatching Marc Márquez the record for the youngest pole in history and, from now on, the Gaul becomes a serious threat to other records of precocity in Spanish ... It is not easy, but it has just shown that it is capable of everything.

The pilot of the Petronas Yamaha SRT, escudería satellite of the factory of the tuning forks, is premiering big in the queen class and this rookie, in his fourth appointment, he has given the first pole in the queen class. He has done it with the record of the track (1: 36.880) and with only 20 years and 14 days. El Diablo, as he calls himself, turned 20 on April 20 and disbanca for 48 days Marquez brand , that with 20 years and 62 got it in Texas 2013. Marc, in addition, the next day he also signed his first vitoria in MotoGP, being the youngest of all time with 20 years and 63 days. The one of the Repsol Honda, in both cases, he took the record from Freddie Spencer, now present in the World Cup as director of the panel of commissioners of the championship.

Well, starting from the pole as he will in Jerez, we have to take into account the possibility that the French driver Marc can also take the record of the youngest victory, although he has more opportunities than this race to get it. Exactly it has a margin of 48 days, which includes the races of Jerez, Le Mans, Mugello and Catalonia. In addition, Quartararo has the whole year to take away from Márquez the record of the youngest title in the history of the queen class, which he signed in 2013, also with Spencer as a victim, at 20 years and 246 days.

It has much merit what Quartararo has done, because he is a rookie in a satellite team, although he has an M1 of 2019. Unlike Márquez, he has not yet been world champion in any category and last year his transfer was very controversial. Malay team to make the jump, although began to cover mouths with his victory in Moto2 in the race of Montmeló.

This kid came to the World Cup in 2015, preceded by the titles he had gotten in the CEV, and enrolled in the team Estrella Galicia by Emilio Alzamora. It was said of him then that he was the new Márquez, because of his youth and talent, but the results did not arrive as expected and he only managed two second places in that debut season. He did not return to the box until last year, with the victory of Montmeló and the second of Holland, already in Moto2, category in which he was another two years before making the leap to MotoGP. In the preseason he already shone and in the opening round, in Qatar he gave a first warning when qualifying fifth, but then he stopped the bike at the start. To see in Jerez what happens.

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