I’ll give no quarter


Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Malaysian rider Hafizh Syahrin rides his Yamaha during a free practice session of the Moto GP Grand Prix of the Czech Republic in Brno on August 3, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Michal CIZEK

SILVERSTONE: Italian Franco Morbidelli is unfazed by the close rivalry between him and Malaysian rider Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah in the MotoGP this year.

The 2017 Moto2 world champion and Hafizh are currently neck-and-neck for the MotoGP Rookie of the Year award, with Hafizh leading on 24 points while Morbidelli is only two championship points behind him.

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