Fabio Quartararo, nicknamed El Diablo, is a Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP rider who was born on April 20, 1999.
He is the first French World Champion in the history of the premier class, having won the MotoGP World Championship in 2021.
Quartararo won six Spanish junior championships prior to his Grand Prix career, including consecutive CEV Moto3 wins in 2013 and 2014.
Due to his early performance, he has been predicted for “great things,” even being compared to multiple-time world champion Marc Márquez, and has set numerous age records on his way to the World Championship level.
Early life and Education
Fabio Quartararo was born in Nice, France, on April 20, 1999, to a French mother and an Italian father.
He grew raised in the little village of Le Luc in southern France’s Var region.
Quartararo began racing at the age of four, first in minimoto contests and then in junior championships.
He went to the Collège Pierre et Marie Curie in Le Luc before skipping out at 14 to pursue his racing career.
Despite dropping out of school, Quartararo has continued his education through private tutoring and online courses.
He enrolled in a sports management program at the Johan Cruyff Institute in Barcelona in 2018, and will graduate in 2020.
Fabio Quartararo is a motorcycle racer from France who competes in the MotoGP World Championship.
He started racing minimotos and swiftly advanced to the CEV Buckler Championship, where he won the Moto3 title in 2013.
Quartararo debuted in the Moto3 World Championship in 2015 and won his maiden race the following year.
In 2019, he advanced to the Moto2 class, where he won two races and finished fifth overall in the championship.
Quartararo will race in the MotoGP World Championship for Yamaha Factory Racing in 2020.
He had a strong start to the season, winning the first two races, and went on to win the Catalan Grand Prix.
He finished ninth in the standings with 127 points.
Quartararo continued to excel in the 2021 season, winning five races, and finished the season as the MotoGP World Champion with 385 points.
Fabio has been noted throughout his career for his aggressive riding style and ability to perform well in qualifying.
He has also been commended for his mental fortitude and resilience in the face of adversity.
Fabio Quartararo is notorious for keeping his personal life quiet.
Quartararo spends his free time playing football and spending time with his family and friends.
He has also been seen snowboarding and surfing.
Laura, Quartararo’s girlfriend, has been his long-term partner.
They’ve been dating since they were teenagers and have published photos of themselves on social media.
Quartararo has also participated in charity endeavors.
He took part in a charity cycling race in 2021 to generate funds for a children’s hospital in Nice, and he has also donated to the Riders for Health charity, which supports healthcare services in Africa.