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Fabio Quartararo Bio, Height, Helmet, Net Worth, Salary, Family

Fabio Quartararo bio

Fabio Quartararo is a French professional road racer who is currently competing in Grand Prix motorcycle racing.  He rides his bike aggressively and smoothly, which takes his riding to near perfection. And now, with the Yamaha Factory Racing team, he has a great bike, mechanics, and crew which make him the top contender in MotoGP World Championship.

Fabio Quartararo net worth
Fabio Quartararo net worth is $5 million

On 29 January 2020, Yamaha Factory Racing announced that Quartararo would replace Valentino Rossi at the beginning of the 2021 season. He won the 2021 MotoGP World Championship with five pole positions, five fastest laps, ten podiums, and five wins.

Biography: Fabio Quartararo

Full Name Fabio Quartararo
Nickname El Diablo
Date of Birth  20 April 1999
Birth Place Nice, France
Age 22
Sun Sign Taurus
Father’s Name Etienne Quartararo
Mother’s Name Martine Quartararo
Siblings Under Review
Nationality French
Ethnicity White
Height 5 feet 10 inches (178cm)
Weight 68kg (150lbs)
Body Measurements  Under Review
Eye Color Light Brown
Body Type Atheltic
Hair Color Light Brown
Shoe Size Under Review
Education  Under Review
Religion Christianity
Sexuality Male
Marital Status Single
Wife None
Children None
Children name None
Active Years MotoGP(2019-present)

Moto2(2017-2018)

Moto3(2015-2016)

Bike Name Yamaha YZR-M1
Helmet Scorpio EXO-R1 AIR
Bike Number 20
Current Team/Manufacturers Yamaha
Net Worth  $5 million
Salary $2.5 million (annual)
Social Media Presence  Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
Source of Wealth: Racing, advertisements, and sponsorships
Last Updated January 2022

Early Life| Family

Racer Fabio Quartararo was born on 20 April 1999 in Nice, which is the capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department on the French Riviera, sits on the pebbly shores of the Baie des Anges. His father, Etienne Quartararo, was a former French Champion in the 125cc class and his mother Martine works as a hairdresser.

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The information about his siblings is on the internet. Some reports suggested he has a younger brother. Fabio Quartararo joined the Yamaha Factory Racing MotoGP Team at the beginning of the 2021 season.

Education

There is not much public information about his education on the internet at the moment. However, the information will be updated as soon as possible.

Fabio Quartararo  Age, Height, Weight, Body Measurements

MotoGP racer Fabio Quartararo was born on 20 April 1999 in Nice, France. Quartararo is 22 years old at the moment. His sun sign is Taurus. Fabio has a height of 5 feet 10 inches (178 cm) and weighs around 68 kg. He follows Christianity.

Fabio Quartararo height
Fabio Quartararo is 5 feet 10 inches tall

His eyes and hair are light Brown. His shoe size and his body measurements are under review at the moment and will be updated as soon as possible.

Fabio Quartararo Girlfriend|  Personal Life

There is not much public information about his personal life on the internet. However, some reports suggested that he was at least in on relationship in the past.

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Fabio Quartararo Helmet

Fabio Quartararo uses Scorpio EXO-R1 AIR helmet in 2021. His helmet has some cool artwork. On the back of his helmet is number 20, designed in white color. The majority color in his helmet is red.

Fabio Quartararo Bike

Fabio Quartararo currently uses the Yamaha YZR-M1, which is an inline-four motorcycle specifically developed by Yamaha Motor Company to race in the current MotoGP series.

Bike Details

Manufacturer Yahama
Class MotoGP Prototype
Engine Liquid-cooled, inline 4-cylinder, DOHC 4-stroke with 16-valve cross-plane crankshaft (fires at 180° flat-plane crank)
Transmission 6-speed cassette-type gearbox, with alternative gear ratios available
Wheelbase 1450 mm
Weight 157 kg
Fuel capacity 21 liters

 Fabio Quartararo Bike Manufacturer / Team

Fabio Quartararo joined Yamaha Factory Racing MotoGP Team in MotoGP at the beginning of the 2021 season.

During the beginning of his career in 2013 at the FIM CEV Moto3 Junior World Championship, he joined the Wild Wolf Racing team, riding a Honda. Next season in 2014, he joined Estrella Galicia’s 0,0 junior team still riding the Honda.

Fabio Quartararo bike number
Fabio Quartararo bike number is 20

In October 2014, he moved up to Moto3 World Championship. He was with the same Estrella Galicia 0,0 team, again riding the Honda. Next season in 2016, he joined the Leopard Racing team riding KTM.

In 2017, he moved to Moto2, joining the Pons Racing team. Next season, he joined the Speed Up, Racing team.

In 2019, he moved to MotoGP World Championship, joining the Petronas Yamaha SRT. After staying two seasons with the team, he joined Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP in 2021.

Fabio Quartararo Salary and Net Worth

Fabio Quartararo is currently with the Moster Energy Yamaha team.

Racer Fabio Quartararo‘s Salary:

In weeks:  $48,100

In a Year: $2.5 million

Fabio Quartararo’s net worth is $5 million as of 2021. His overall salary and net worth are from racing, sponsorships, and endorsements.

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Career

CEV Repsol Career

  • He entered the Moto3 competition in 2013 with Wild Wolf Racing, riding a Honda.
  • In the first season, he had nine races with three wins, four pole positions, two fastest laps, and 115 points.
  • He won the competition in his first season. As a result, Quartararo became the first non-Spanish rider since Stefan Bradl in 2007 to take the title, and at the age of 14 years, 218 days, its youngest series champion, surpassing the previous record held by Aleix Espargaró.
  • Next season, he moved to Estrella Galicia’s 0,0 junior team.
  • He finished the season, winning the championship. In 11 races, he won 9 races with eight pole positions, seven fastest lap, and 265 points.

Moto3 World Championship

  • In October 2014, it was announced that Quartararo would be joining Moto3 World Championship.
  • He was with the same Team Estrella Galicia 0,0, again riding the Honda.
  • He finished the first season in the championship having 13 races with two podiums, two pole positions, and 92 points and finishing in 10th position.
  • On 26 September 2015, he was announced to join Leopard Racing from the 2016 season on a two-year contract.
  • He had 18 races, with 83 points, and finished in 13th position.

Moto2 World Championship

  • In 2017, Quartararo moved to Moto2 Championship, joining the Pons Racing team.
  • He finished 7th in Qatar on his debut.
  • He finished the competition with 64 points and in 13th position.
  • In 2018, he moved to the Speed Up racing team. In Catalunya, he had his first-ever Grand Prix victory.
  • Despite the victory, the remaining season was a little disappointing for him. He had 18 races, with one win, two podiums, one pole position, one fastest lap, and 138 points. He finished 10th in the competition.

MotoGP World Championship

  • It was announced in August 2018 that Quartararo would be joining Petronas Yamaha SRT in 2019.
  • In Spanish Grand Prix, he qualified on pole position, making him the youngest ever polesitter in MotoGP.
  • He finished his first MotoGP season with 19 races, seven podiums, six pole positions, two fastest laps, and 192 points. He finished in 5th position.
  • The next season in 2020 was a little disappointing for him as he finished in 8th position. He had 14 races in the competition, with three wins, three podiums, four pole positions, two fastest laps, and 127 points.
  • On 29 January 2020, Yamaha Factory Racing announced that Quartararo would replace Valentino Rossi at the beginning of the 2021 season.
  • He started the season with 5th position.
  • After the first race, he won two consecutive races and won five consecutive pole positions starting from Portugal Grand Prix.
  • He had his 5th win in the competition at British Grand Prix.
  • Later, he won the 2021 MotoGP World Championship with two full races to go.
  • In the competition, he had 18 races with five wins, ten podiums, five pole positions, five fastest laps, and 278 points.
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