Quartararo gained 4 of the primary 9 races of the 2021 season and holds a 34-point lead within the standings because the championship pauses for its summer time break.
The Frenchman has already surpassed his 2020 haul of three wins and bettered his general podium tally to 6 courtesy of two thirds in France and Germany.
After a wildly inconsistent 2020 on an M1 that Quartararo admitted by no means felt like his machine, Yamaha improved the bike over the winter, significantly the entrance finish.
Nonetheless, Quartararo says he has needed to alter his driving fashion to 1 not “pure” to him.
“I believe that each rider must adapt to his bike,” Quartararo stated in an unique interview with Motorsport.com.
“I journey completely different than final 12 months, it’s not likely pure, but it surely works properly.
“I can really feel the restrict, I really feel I can go actually quick and for the second I believe that it’s going nice.
“So, in 2019 it was the identical and for the time being I really feel like I’m tremendous targeted and focused on the bike. So, it’s going fairly properly.”
Fabio Quartararo, Yamaha Manufacturing unit Racing, Francesco Bagnaia, Ducati Workforce
Photograph by: Dorna
When requested to clarify in what approach is his driving fashion not pure, he added: “Usually I’m extra of a rider to go super-fast in nook velocity and proper now I attempt to be somewhat bit extra like an animal, braking tremendous late, attempting to journey somewhat bit on a special approach.
“Like [there were] corners in Germany the place I might go quicker, however I used to be simply eager about the bike if I’m going quicker will not be turning, so I have to make a special option to assume extra concerning the exit and this.
“In a couple of tracks it occurs, so it’s not completely pure however you could adapt.
“So when you’re slower in a single nook, in one other you may be quicker.
“So, it’s not pure and simple however if you perceive the bike it’s going quick and also you journey in a simple approach and quicker.”
Reflecting on the primary half of his season as an entire, Quartararo believes Yamaha has been “quick in all circumstances”, with the arm-pump subject robbing him of victory at Jerez and his leathers busting open in Barcelona – for which he obtained a penalty – the one adverse factors thus far.
“Sure, was actually nice season,” he stated
“Sadly we had bother in Jerez and Barcelona for the arm, the leathers.
“However we’ve been quick in all circumstances and even once we struggled in Germany or within the moist at Le Mans, we’ve been in a position to battle for podiums.
“Speaking concerning the starting of the season I’m actually completely happy.”