Suzuki hopes to bounce back at Mugello after being disappointed at Le Mans

Jakarta (medialnews) – The Suzuki Ecstar team has learned valuable lessons from the disappointing results at the French Grand Prix, Le Mans, Sunday, and hopes to get up in the next MotoGP race at Mugello in the next two weeks. Circuit, Italy.

The fifth series race at the Bugatti Circuit that day became one of the most unexpected and dramatic races of the season after extreme weather broke through the weekend with both Suzuki riders failing to finish.

“It has been a tough day for Suzuki as our two riders failed to secure points,” he said technical manager Ken Kawauchi.

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“Normally this track is not the best for us, and despite today’s results, our performance has improved considerably compared to last year and we feel better here.

So there are positive things that can be taken out of this situation.

“Mugello is the next stop, and with his fast corners and technical parts he is a track where we feel pretty confident.”

The duo Joan Mir and Alex Rins only managed to secure P14 and P15 after poor performance in the free practice and qualifying rounds.

On the day of the race, the race director stated that the race was dry before the start, even though it was cloudy and the entire team had prepared a spare engine with wet tires to anticipate the situation. flag-to-flag.

Rins and Mir had entered the top three and eight before it rained in the fourth round.

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Unfortunately for the defending world champion when he fell before he could enter the pits, as did his Suzuki teammate Alex Rins who slipped on a wet track.

“Today’s experience flag-to-flag my first, so I learn from what happened.

Still, I feel good and I have great potential, and even in the warm-up I feel strong.

“But it’s a race and sometimes the results don’t add up. I stay calm and prepare for Mugello.”

Rins was able to continue the race, although his fight ended prematurely with another crash in the second half of the race.

“Of course I am disappointed, but I cannot help it, I am relieved that I have a strong pace on a dry track and am rushing to the podium quickly.

“I will continue to work and look forward to the next race.”

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Reporter: Aditya Eko Sigit Wicaksono
Editor: Irwan Suhirwandi

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