MISANO GP DOES NOT GIVE A CHANCE TO SIMONE CORSI
A black weekend to forget comes to an end for Corsi and Speed Up Team that finished the race after few laps from the start. The next race will take place at the Aragón circuit in two weeks, Moto2 world champinship is going back to Spain!
SIMONE CORSI#24 –
“It has been a very difficult weekend to forget and we must do it very quickly as we need to face the next races in the best conditions. Unfortunately I have had problems with the grip that I couldn’t control during all the weekend. Once on track, I started the race from the sixth row trying to gain positions immediately from the race start. I crashed after just one lap after a contact with some riders of the group where I was. I am very sorry for the team and for all the people that are supporting me”.
CORSI FACING UPHILL QUALIFYING SESSION AT SAN MARINO E DELLA RIVIERA DI RIMINI GRAND PRIX
Speed Up rider Simone Corsi is called to an aggressive race tomorrow at Misano Adriatico Marco Simoncelli circuit. After the last free practice session in which bike setup and race pace seemed to be strong and consistent, the problems encountered in qualifying session did not allow Simone to reach the first rows of the starting grid. Tomorrow’s race at 12.20 p.m. will see the Roman rider fighting for a good result.
“This afternoon we got some little problems and we could not improve the lap time of this morning. Tomorrow we will work to solve any problem we have found to be ready to fight on the grid, even if penalized”.
CORSI TAKES SEVENTH PLACE IN ITALIAN FRIDAY COMBINED FREE PRACTICE SESSIONS
At Misano world circuit Marco Simoncelli the second homeland race of the World Championship 2016 has kicked off. Simone Corsi starts the first free practice session immediately giving the impression of being ready and fit. He took a very good sixth time with a gap o three only tenths. In the afternoon Speed Up technicians together with the rider decided to test bike’s setting and wheels with a race simulation. Before tomorrow’s qualifying session, in the last free practice team and rider can still improve the SF16 bike settings.
SIMONE CORSI#24 – in 1’38.393
“Today both free practice sessions went well and I am very happy because Team and I are deserving this. We started the second homeland Grand Prix with two good performances. We preferred to focus the practices on race pace riding many laps with fast pace and the feeling on the bike was really good. If we keep on work as we are doing, I am sure we could reach good results”.