Quartararo turned Yamaha’s first world champion since Jorge Lorenzo in 2015 when he stormed to France’s maiden premier class title with two rounds to spare in 2021.
The Frenchman gained 5 races throughout the 2021 marketing campaign, his first with the manufacturing facility Yamaha squad having been signed to switch MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi.
Not solely fashionable with followers, Quartararo’s success in 2021 was met with excessive reward from his on-track rivals.
Talking completely to Autosport’s Spanish language sister web site Motorsport.es, Yamaha boss Jarvis says Quartararo’s character is “certainly one of Fabio’s strengths” and the actual fact he “doesn’t must create enemies” to inspire himself has gained him common reputation.
“He is a extremely good man, and he additionally has the flexibility to go very quick, to be aggressive when he must be and to overhaul when he must,” Jarvis stated.
“He all the time brings loads of positivity to the workforce.
“There are riders who want an enemy to be at their finest, to destroy their opponents, however Fabio isn’t like that.
“Fabio isn’t like that. He would not search for enemies, however rivals to compete with.
“If Fabio is so fashionable with the opposite riders it is as a result of he would not must create these enemies.”
Fabio Quartararo, Yamaha Manufacturing facility Racing
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Jarvis added that Quartararo’s character is optimistic for MotoGP as an entire, whereas noting the Frenchman is “the champion who has made it best for me to work with”.
“It is good for MotoGP to have a champion with that character and spirit,” Jarvis continued.
“That is not straightforward to seek out. If we are able to preserve that, we’ll actually do nicely within the post-Rossi period.
“All through my profession I’ve labored with some riders who’ve made it very straightforward for me, and others who’ve been rather more tough to handle.
“The factor is that those that are good individuals do not normally win.
“In that sense, Fabio is the champion who has made it best for me to work with.”
Quartararo will stay with Yamaha for 2022, however admitted after an underwhelming post-season Jerez check on the brand new M1 that he wouldn’t sign anything for 2023 until he’s seen tangible progress from the bike on the Sepang pre-season check in February.