Sunday 12 o’clock I just wanted to escape, by car, scooter, a flying carpet. This was the situation: Voight with a broken collarbone, Senna crashed at the first lap, Josito crashed at the 4th one, Corey not qualified. In the box you could feel the delusion and disappointment, I looked at Patri and Fabio’s eyes and we were thinking alike: “Let’s go home!”
Moto3, race2: Garcia made a not so perfect start, but he was able to remain in the leading group, in the last lap he was in the right place at the right time to catch the podium, closing the race in 2nd position. Garcia, when he’s calm, he is a great rider, we’re always in the top5, and if he hasn’t crashed in race1 he could have gain more points, essential if your aim is to win the championship. This is the only complain I can tell him. On the other hand, he managed to balanced the negative events pretty well.
Who says in CEV there is no concorrenza, and no fun, is completely wrong, nowadays the level is really hight, especially in moto3.
Corey hasn’t been able to qualify for just a little, he ends up fighting in “the Last Chance” race, where he was 2nd when he crashed. This is his first year with us in Europe and he has made just a few races previously in the British championship, he’s learning.
Senna made a good race2, he’s improving, he’s very close to the top10.
The next round is going to be this Sunday, at the Le Mans Circuit with Suzuki and Fellon, with the hope my arteries won’t have to face any more troubles!!