Rossi and Morbidelli slumped in Qatar, the boss of Petronas Yamaha SRT surrendered – Team Head Petronas Yamaha SRT Razlan Razali can only surrender to see Valentino Rossi and Franco Morbidelli failed miserably in the opening two series MotoGP 2021 di Qatar.

Valentino Rossi and Franco Morbidelli finished outside the top 10 in the opening two races of the season at the Losail Circuit, Qatar.

At the race MotoGP Qatar 2021, Monday (29/3/2021) in the morning WIB, Rossi could only finish in 12th place, while Morbidelli finished 18th.

The result was very disappointing for The Doctor because he started the race from the second row or rather in fourth.

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A week later, Monday (5/4/2021) in the morning WIB, Rossi finished 16th on MotoGP Doha 2021, while Morbidelli is 12.

Technical problems on the YZR-M1 motorbike prevented Rossi and Morbidelli from performing brilliantly at the Qatar and Doha MotoGP.

Rossi complained about the performance of his rear tire which did not grip perfectly. As for Morbidelli, he was confused with engine problems.

Not only the racers, Petronas Yamaha SRT Team Leader, Razlan Razali, was disappointed with the results obtained by his men in two races in Qatar.

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However, the man from Malaysia could only surrender. However, Razlan is grateful that his team has now gone through two difficult races.

Henceforth, Petronas Yamaha SRT will clean up and prepare for the third series this season, MotoGP Portugal 2021 (16-18 April).

“To be honest, I am quite happy that we have now completed the first two MotoGP races in Qatar,” said Razali, as quoted from the Petronas Yamaha SRT website.

“We can now focus on analyzing what has happened and preparing for Portimão (Portuguese MotoGP),” he added.

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“That is how it is and hopefully we can do better there, especially since the race was pretty good for us last year with Franco’s podium,” said Razali.

Petronas Yamaha SRT managed to reach the third podium last season at the Portuguese MotoGP at the Algarve Circuit, Portimão, through Franco Morbidelli.

Morbidelli finished behind winners Miguel Oliveira and Jack Miller who finished second.



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