After a week, the Red Bull Ring is still the battlefield of the MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 classes ... which repeat themselves in Austria the previous weekend, in a calendar that, due to Covid-19 is a bit forced, but which offers a lot of entertainment and always unexpected winners.
Red Flag in MotoGP, with our Alex Rins and Danilo Petrucci respectively in sixth and eleventh position after the restart. It will get better next time.
It will certainly go better also for Aron Canet, protagonist of a spectacular poleposition but also of a bad crash in the race when fighting for the victory.
For a rookie it is a lot and we are sure that great satisfaction will soon come from the Spanish.
What happens to our world? It happens that he goes to Misano ... one of our home races.
Whether the public will be admitted or not, we as professionals will be present and our racing service will always do its best to assist our guys.
When you cheer them, cheer us a little too!
ALEX RINS 6th
"In the first part of the race I was up the front but it was so hard to pass Pol in front of me, although I was managing the situation. Then in race two I made a big mistake on the start because I released the clutch very quickly and the rear spun and I wheelied, so I lost a lot of ground at the beginning and it was difficult to make up the places. Anyway, I managed to get sixth place which means important points, and the bike actually felt great. My shoulder was a bit painful today but now we have two weeks without a race so hopefully in Misano the pain will be less, and I’m looking forward to it."
DANILO PETRUCCI 11th
"Unfortunately, both in the first and in the second part of the race they were unable to recover positions after the start, remaining behind my opponents., But at the restart I never found the same conditions. good placement in qualifying to be able to make the difference during the first laps of the race."
ARON CANET (DNF)
"I'm disappointed, I made a big mistake when braking and I crashed. I'm sad, I saw the potential to fight for victory because I was strong. I have the good taste of my first pole position and the satisfaction of seeing that I could follow Martín and, in some corners, I was even stronger. In the crash, I felt pain in my knee and foot, and I preferred not to move anything and to be taken out with a stretcher. I have gone to the medical centre and we have ruled out major injuries."