VALENCIA GP 18/11/2018

VALENCIA GP 18/11/2018

Antonelli’s great performance is the only thing that distinguishes this press release from the others. Nico finished 7th his race giving his best. He took advantage of the tough conditions and was not able to stay with the leading group just because of the bad qualification finished 28th, due to a crash. Always the same mistake.
Cold and wet track are supposed to be the perfect conditions for Suzuki, usually very fast under the rain. As a metter of fact he was always second or third during the free practice sessions, but then again, during qualifying he couldn’t actualize his efforts ended up 20th. I have no more words.
On Sunday we had the same bad weather conditions which were not helping for Suzuki who started the warm up with a crash and then during the first lap of the race, hitting two unfortunate riders. My first thought was some bad words, the second one was that all I would like to do is going into hibernation for winter, as the dormouses.
Let’s put a full stop and turn a blank page. We need a fresh start next year, with a big bold capitol letter like the ones you see in the newspapers and attract your attention. This is what I intend to do: attract the attention on us, examine the mistakes made and take advantage of them for the next season; that’s my strategy.
This weekend Patacca will finally come back after the serious injury he suffered this summer and we will see Bertelle riding in the Spanish Championship in Valencia.
Let me say a goodbye with a bit of sadness to Ieraci and Montella and wish them good luck for their future.
This is a busy weekend as in the meantime we have our first tests with MotoE in Jerez. Mattia Casadei is our rider but he is unable to take part to the tests due to a surgery. Luca Vitali will replace him in Jerez.
This is the end of the fifth chapter. It gave us joy, he got us angry, tired and sweaty but always more and more determined.

-PaoloSic58-