Archive for July, 2019

CIV MOTO3 – ROUND4 MISANO July 26-27-28

FIRST SUPERB PODIUM FOR COLLIN VEIJER IN MOTO3 CLASS, SECOND IN RACE1

At the Misano World Circuit Collin Veijer and the Speed ​​Up Junior team took the first podium of the season in  Moto3 class.

After a complicated third round at Imola circuit, Collin left the track with the desire to redeem himself. From the first practice sessions the feeling with the bike was positive for the Speed Up rider who, after some changes to the setting of the bike, marked the seventh qualifying time by taking the third row of the starting grid.

In Race 1 Collin made no mistake and went on to take the second step of the podium after sixteen incredible laps. The track conditions changed considerably in Race2 due to the slight rain. The Speed ​​Up rider put all his efforts and managed to finish the race in tenth position.

Collin Veijer#95: “In Race1 I gave everything I could and I am therefore very happy with the podium, something that everyone deserved after working hard to find a good adjustment. Race2 soon became clear to me that the grip in the rain was not ok, so I tried what was possible and wanted to finish in the end to grab points, it just couldn’t be more. My thanks go to the Speed up team and everyone who makes this possible for me”.

GP OF GERMANY

MB CONVEYORS SPEED UP

DI GIANNANTONIO’S STRONG PERFORMANCE, FOURTH ON THE FINISH. NAVARRO EIGHTH IN GERMAN GP AFTER GREAT COMEBACK

At Sachsenring, the MB Conveyors Speed ​​Up team riders finished the Grand Prix of Germany fourth and eighth.

Di Giannantonio closed the last race before the summer break in fourth place, scoring his best performance by showing determination and competitiveness in a curvy and technical track.

A complicated and unstable weekend instead for Jorge Navarro. During the Grand Prix the feedback was very positive and everything seemed to be in his favor starting from the good pace and the fast lap with which he set the track record in Q1. Unfortunately, the race appeared tough from the wrong start which compromised Navarro’s race. After losing 10 positions Jorge started the comeback to cross the finish line in eighth position.

Moto2 stops for the summer break until the Czech Republic Grand Prix, 2nd-4th August.

FABIO DI GIANNANTONIO#21 – 4th
“I think it was our best weekend. We have been fast in all the sessions as well as having had an excellent qualifying. I am happy with the race, after a good start I have always been with the leaders. I lost a little too much time with Marini but in the end it was a great performance and the best rookie result until now. We go on vacation surely more calm and sure of our skills!
JORGE NAVARRO#9 – 8th
“In the end, I believe we must remain positive. This weekend we have shown that we are very fast but at the same time we have had to deal with too many crashes. I know I have to control this; I have to do a reset to start thinking differently. Today I started very badly and then I didn’t want to risk too much, especially in the early laps. With the pace I had in the race I could fight for the podium if only I hadn’t missed the start. I am very sorry, but we must remain positive, even when we are not competing at our level. It will be a constructive pause to return to the maximum thinking of winning!

 

SECOND AND FOURTH ROW START FOR DI GIANNANTONIO AND NAVARRO IN GRAND PRIX OF GERMANY QUALIFYING

MB Conveyors Speed ​​Up team riders completed the Grand Prix of Germany qualifying held today at the Sachsenring.

During the last free practice session, the team’s rookie improved his lap by almost four tenths from Friday’s time, although the lack of front grip made his driving more complicated. With the eighth time of the combined free practice session (1’24.170), Di Giannantonio obtained direct access to Q2. On the third lap Fabio marked his best qualifying in 1’23.781 taking the fourth position and the second row of the starting grid.

A bitter day for Navarro that after the crash in Fp3 had to face Q1. He passed the round by accessing the Q2 with the best time of the qualifying, setting the track record with an incredible 1’23.426, a time that none of the other riders managed to beat. Unfortunately, during the qualifying Jorge crashed at the end of his best lap seeing himself fade the head of the standings. Tomorrow he will start from the fourth row in eleventh position.

FABIO DI GIANNANTONIO#21 – 4th in 1’23.781
“Very good today. The problems with the bike are always the same but we are understanding how to manage them by improving each session. In the morning we made a step forward by lowering the time by almost four tenths and improving the race pace. In qualifying we did a great fast lap and for the third consecutive time we are in second row. Tomorrow we have to make a good race fighting since the first laps and giving the maximum as always!
JORGE NAVARRO#9 – 11th in 1’23.944
“I am sorry for today! I set the track record during Q1, thus gaining access to Q2. On my fast lap in Q2 I crashed allowing the riders behind me to score their best times. I managed to get back to the pit-box and after a quick tyre change, I returned to the track for the final minutes of the qualifying but it was impossible to find the stability and speed I had before. We need to look ahead; we are not starting from the position we deserved but with the pace we have tomorrow we can have a good race”.

 

DI GIANNANTONIO TWELFTH AND NAVARRO FOURTEENTH ON THE FIRST DAY OF FREE PRACTICE SESSIONS OF THE GRAND PRIX OF GERMANY

Positive start of the Grand Prix of Germany for MB Conveyors Speed ​​Up team riders. After the first two practice sessions scheduled today at Sachsenring, Fabio Di Giannantonio and Jorge Navarro obtained the twelfth and fourteenth time of the combined classification.

Fabio and Jorge have both made significant stride in preparing their Speed ​​Up bikes concentrating on the set-up and on the race pace. Still a few changes to make in terms of qualifying for Navarro and Di Giannantonio, which demonstrated from the first laps on the track that they have a good feeling on this very technical track characterized by multiple ups and downs and tight turns.

FABIO DI GIANNANTONIO#21 – 12th in 1’24.556
“I’m happy because we started very well and I didn’t expect this to start after Holland’s lackluster performance. I have a good feeling with the bike, I really like the track and riding Moto2 is definitely more exciting. We still have some points to improve, especially the movements on the front but overall we are quite satisfied with this first day”.
JORGE NAVARRO#9 – 14th in 1’24.655
“A fairly positive first day since the first session in the morning. In Fp2 we started more calmly trying different solutions to the setting. We still have to understand where we have improved or worsened, but surely as soon as we analyze the data collected we will understand something more. However, we know that the rhythm with the used rubber was good. To definitely improve the feeling and the guide to better prepare for Sunday’s race

CIV MOTO3 – ROUND3 IMOLA June 28-29-30

COMPLICATED WEEKEND FOR COLLIN VEIJER AT AUTODROMO ENZO AND DINO FERRARI IN IMOLA

A complicated weekend ended for Collin Veijer and the Speed ​​Up Junior team at the Enzo and Dino Ferrari racetrack in Imola.

The Dutch rider, among the youngest in the category, qualified ninth in the third round of the CIV Moto3 ready to face the two races of the weekend.

It could have been a great weekend for Collin and his team, but a contact with another rider during the last lap of Race 1 made it all the more difficult. Collin finished the race in first position but the race direction gave him 5 penalty seconds for that mistake in the last chicane finishing the race fifth. Unfortunately, the race direction gave Veijer a second penalty, forcing him in Race 2 starting from the last position on the grid. Once again the young Collin showed all his determination and his talent on the track recovering eighteen positions and so crossing the finish line seventh.

Collin Veijer#95: “What can I say, I’m really sorry for what happened this weekend, I didn’t deserve this punishment. Looking at the positive side, the penalty made me stronger, motivating me even more for the second race. It wasn’t easy to overtake all those riders, but I did it. I could have reached the fourth place on the last lap, but it would have been too risky and we didn’t deserve to finish with 0 points, especially after the team gave me a perfect bike. I want to thank everyone who makes this possible, we will return to Misano even stronger!”

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