It has been a difficult round for Nolan-Group riders on Sachsenring racetrack in Germany, this weekend Nevertheless, there were still some brilliant results, particularly in Moto2 and Moto3. There was a Super podium for Enea Bastianini, and good finishing for Hafizh Syahrin, who is deemd a Malaysian tiger due the enormity of his talent. Regrettably, our MotoGP riders didn’t experience similar success; Danilo Petrucci unfortunately crashed after being race leader for several laps.   We are now off on our holidays, but we would like up-hold our appeal; whether your motorcycle attitude is for sport, touring, urban or off-road, don't forget to protect yourselves and wear your Nolan or X-Lite helmet, in order to match the top quality Italian aesthetics and ride with the comfort of optimum safety. We are about to go on holiday, as well, so we'll probably meet you on the road.   We’ll keep an eye out for you!


Petrucci (DNF)

"It was great to be in front. We had chosen to use the front hard tire ìand it was the right choice because after a few laps the track began to dry. I was the only one in the group ahead with that rubber and Marquez and Redding who had done the same choice were struggling. I was trying to handle even though I had already taken a big risk. Then the front closed without any warnings. I'm very sorry for the team who did an awesome job. We were fast even in the dry and I would have liked to run in these conditions. However, I must say that we come out of this weekend with great confidence. We are on track and we have to continue like this".


Hafizh Syahrin, 7th

"It was a difficult race for me . What I want to do is continue to work hard and at least have the feeling and the same time in the morning session today. Unfortunately, the rear wheels begin to spin excessively in the first few laps and I struggled to continue riding my bike . I try my best to finish the race as high as possible and placed 7th place is the best I can do .


Enea Bastianini, 3rd

“It’s been a very nice race, although definitely not easy! In the early laps I immediately found a good feeling with the bike and I enjoyed it, but then later, midway through the race, the rain intensified I started to struggle. The rear wheel was sliding a lot and I took several risks, almost at every lap! Then in the end there was less water on the track, and considering that some riders were pressing me behind my back and I wanted the podium at all costs, I decided to push harder: I found once again a good feeling doing some good laps which helped to maintain the third position with no worries. I’m satisfied because this is my first podium in the wet and it’s certainly a novelty, because in the rain I had never been so strong so far”.