Minggu, 24 September 2017

Hasil MotoGP Aragon : Iannone Finish 12 dan Rins 17

Iannone Zona Motor

Zona Motor ID, MotoGP Arago telah usai, inilah motoGP terakhir yang dihelat di benua Eropa sebelum motoGP berakhir di Sirkuit Valencia tanggal 12 November 2017 nanti. Balapan di sirkuit Aragon kali ini menjadi balapan paling sulit bagi Tim Suzuki Ecstar, karena dua pembalapnya hanya bisa finish di urutan ke 12 dan 17.

Andrea Iannone pada awal start sudah memulai balapan dengan bagus, Iannone berhasil menyodok ke posisi 8 dari start awal urutan ke 10. Tetapi melorot ke posisi 13 dan sampai akhirnya finish di posisi ke 12 setelah ada pembalap yang kecelakaan. Meskipun berakhir pada posisi 12, tetapi Iannone bersama tim berhasil menemukan petunjuk penting yang berguna untuk kelanjutan balapan berikutnya.

Alex Rins pasca cidera dengan sekuat tenaga mengikuti ritme balapan secara konsisten dan baik, bahkan Rins berhasil memperbaiki posisinya dari start awal posisi 20 dan finish posisi ke 17. Tetapi hasil tersebut tidak juga disebut baik, karena masih jauh dari harapan Tim. Mudah - mudahan Alex Rins cepat pulih agar performanya dalam balapan lebih prima.

Alex Rins Zona Motor

Tim Suzuki Ecstar masih akan tinggal disirkuit Aragon sampai hari rabu besok. Tim akan mengujikan beberapa setingan dan memperbaiki bagian - bagian dari motor, yang akan menyempurkan motor Suzuki GSX-RR agar lebih optimal .  

Ken KawauchiTechnical Manager 
“It has been a difficult weekend for us and difficult race for us. Both riders were able to finish the race and at least this is a bit of positive news but we couldn’t get enough speed. Andrea showed he is fast in qualifying, but unfortunately it was another story for the race and he could not maintain the pace; in the end he finished in 12th. Regarding Alex´s performance, he improved from qualifying, but not enough. After this race we will have two more days of testing. We will be trying many parts for next year and trying to improve in order to be completely prepared for next year.” 

Davide BrivioTeam Manager 
“It was a difficult race because we suffered a bit on this track. Andrea and Alex raced on two different types of tyres, Andrea with the medium and Alex with the hard, but neither of them proved to be effective in fixing the problem. In a way I can see the positive aspects in all of this: Andrea has improved a bit compared to previous races and even competing with others helps us to better cope with things. And although Alex couldn’t get into the points on such a difficult track, it is interesting for us to have two days of testing to check out the situation and look for solutions. We want to prepare well for the next race in Japan, which is an important race for us at home. In the tests we will not be starting completely anew, but there are a number of things we want to further test. We are likewise trying to find the right combination of the various elements such as the frame, the settings, and other parts, including electronics. We need to improve the mix, the whole package of this bike. Meanwhile we continue to collect information for 2018. “ 

Andrea Iannone 
“It has not been a really positive race in terms of the final result because we came here to achieve better results. On the other hand, this weekend we struggled less than in the other recent grands prix and I hope this might be a nice restart for Suzuki, the team, and myself. The most positive aspect is that together we are looking to improve, to reduce the gap with our rivals, and solve some of our problems. I would like to thank Suzuki for their efforts and the work they are doing and I hope that within a short time we will get to where we want to be. In any case I'm happy with our performance we even with the difficulties.” 

Alex Rins 
“It has been a very hard race, the one that cost me the most so far. At the start I did well and gained positions, but before finishing the first lap I lost a few places. Several riders have overtaken me in the braking, which is where I struggle the most. I had a hard time overtaking riders and I could not establish a rhythm. The positive side is that this experience serves us well for the future and we have learned many things today.” 

GP of Aragon – Race classification
1. Marc MARQUEZ, Repsol Honda Team - 42'06.816 
2. Dani PEDROSA, Repsol Honda Team - +0.879 
3. Jorge LORENZO, Ducati Team - +2.028 
4. Maverick VI√ĎALES, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP - +5.256 
5. Valentino ROSSI, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP - +5.882 
6. Aleix ESPARGARO, Aprilia Racing Team Gresini - +6.962 
7. Andrea DOVIZIOSO, Ducati Team - +7.455 
8. Alvaro BAUTISTA, Pull&Bear Aspar Team - +7.910 
9. Johann ZARCO, Monster Yamaha Tech 3 - +13.002 
10. Pol ESPARGARO, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing - +14.075 
11. Mika KALLIO, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing - +17.192 
12. Andrea IANNONE, Team SUZUKI ECSTAR - +20.632 
13. Jack MILLER, EG 0,0 Marc VDS - +23.886 
14. Scott REDDING, OCTO Pramac Racing - +25.523 
15. Tito RABAT, EG 0,0 Marc VDS - +26.082 
16. Jonas FOLGER, Monster Yamaha Tech 3 - +30.302 
17. Alex RINS, Team SUZUKI ECSTAR - +31.874 
18. Hector BARBERA, Reale Avintia Racing - +31.948 
19. Bradley SMITH, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing - +36.296 
20. Danilo PETRUCCI, OCTO Pramac Racing - +37.842 
21. Loris BAZ, Reale Avintia Racing - +47.599 
22. Sam LOWES, Aprilia Racing Team Gresini - +47.647 
Not Classified 
Cal CRUTCHLOW, LCR Honda - 7 Laps 
Karel ABRAHAM, Pull&Bear Aspar Team - 13 Laps