With no rules we get lost. That’s why Moto3 needs more severe rules, and they need to be clear, not to leave any doubt, rules that should definitely stop kamikaze riders. In the last Grand Prix we have seen how easily the team work of an entire weekend can fly away just in few seconds. Tatsuki saw the possibility of a podium crashing away with his bike an no one will give back to Canet the chance to win the World Championship, this is not a game and it could become so dangerous. I’ll never get tired to repeat we need more severe punishment, a rider is just a kid and if you give him a finger he’ll take the entire arm for example taking advantage of the green around the corner without thinking twice. Penalties are the only way to make a rider to think twice or even three times before overtaking over the limit, there is the need to stop those “heroical” acts.
In between of all these things I found unfair and no sense, in this weekend there has been also a positive note: the debut of Kevin Zannoni in our team, he nows how to do his job and he did it in the best way, taking home a good 17th place, not far from getting points, well done!
We’re already in Albacete for the CEV, that will take place on Sunday…. then we will wait for Niccolò to finally come back, in Japan, the first race of the extra-europeans triplets.