Quartararo: Doha MotoGP win “most special”

Quartararo was left in ninth at the end of the opening lap having been swamped from fifth on the grid.
But the Yamaha rider carved his way through the pack and by lap 19 had taken over from long-time leader Jorge Martin on the Pramac Ducati, from which point Quartararo sped off to the fourth win of his MotoGP career by 1.4 seconds.
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