Quartararo won’t ‘ride safer’ after nasty Silverstone crash

The championship leader suffered an off-throttle rear-end crash at the Vale left-hander in the opening stages of FP2 while he evaluating the hard rear tyre, which he says was “a total disaster” for the conditions.
He took a hefty whack from his Yamaha and hurt his ankle, initially needing help from a marshal to walk away.
However, Quartararo was soon able to rejoin the session and went on to …Keep reading