Fabio Quartararo, nicknamed El Diablo in racing after being crowned Moto GP Champion in 2021, has started this year very strongly as he is 21 points clear of second place at the top of the Championship after 11 races.
This comes as the 23-year-old rider, just a few days ago, received the highest distinction from the French state and now belongs to the Legion of Honour.
Last year's champion came to spend a few days of relaxation on Mykonos.
Moto GP is on its 5-week summer hiatus and the action will resume from next week, so it's a golden opportunity for all riders to recover through rest.
Now for the last one in relation to how Quartararo perceives it, we can't put our hand in the fire, as you see in the video below, the... watchful eye of News Auto, was in Mykonos and saw him a few days before he was partying with his friends in a nightclub on the island.
Quartararo, in July, was honoured with his recognition as a member of the Legion of Honour, which is an honorary distinction awarded to military and civilians for their services to France in a special ceremony by the President of the French Republic.
This Legion, until 2014 numbered 95,000 members and Quartararo's recognition as a member came as the 23-year-old rider became the first Frenchman in the history of the top class of motorcycle racing to win the title - with the Monster Energy Yamaha Moto GP team.
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