The 2021 world champion has scored simply two podiums this season as Yamaha languishes joint-last within the standings with Japanese rival Honda.
Quartararo has made no secret of his frustrations all year long, and has repeatedly instructed Yamaha he desires to see actions to his issues with the bike and never simply phrases.
Each Quartararo and Marc Marquez’s state of affairs at Honda have been likened, although the previous has begun to simply accept his plight and is targeted on getting one of the best out of every weekend.
Talking after a Misano check by which he admitted he “expected much more” from Yamaha’s 2024 engine, Quartararo mentioned: “I imply, Yamaha believed in me after I arrived from Moto2.
“My angle to start with of the yr was slightly bit extra conceited than what I needed to do.
“So, after all we’re in a tricky second however I’ve to remain well mannered. We each need the identical factor.
“In fact it’s troublesome, however I desire to remain calmer and attempt to construct a greater mixture with everyone.”
Quartararo, who secured his 2021 title at Misano, endured a troublesome San Marino Grand Prix weekend, ending each races in thirteenth.
Fabio Quartararo, Yamaha Manufacturing unit Racing
Photograph by: Alexander Trienitz
The Yamaha’s lack of energy, which it to date seemingly hasn’t mounted with its 2024 engine prototype, has made it troublesome for Quartararo to overhaul different riders throughout races.
He notes this isn’t a brand new drawback, nevertheless, and revealed that he instructed Yamaha on the finish of his title-winning 2021 season that he “can’t win anymore with this bike”.
“That is one thing that for years and years we have now this drawback,” he mentioned of his overtaking struggles on the M1.
“And even after I received the championship, on the finish of that yr I mentioned ‘we can’t win anymore with this bike’.
“And final yr we completed second, we didn’t win. This yr is even worse.”
Quartararo at present sits eleventh within the standings, 189 factors off championship chief Francesco Bagnaia heading to subsequent weekend’s inaugural Indian GP.