MotoGp Brno: Suzuki out of the top ten and disaster at the boxMotoGP | Suzuki | Championship | Grand Prix | Czech Republic | Brno | Team Suzuki Ecstar
It is very difficult to judge Suzuki's weekend in Brno, but on the one hand the chronometer is impetuous (Rins finished 11th at 33 seconds from the winner and Iannone came nineteen to one minute and 23) on the other hand the bad luck Seems to have been aglotted with the team especially with Andrea that since the qualifying Saturday had a problem with his GSX-RR and in racing during the gear change he slipped to avoid the collision with the Aprilia of Espargarò. It also appears that in the fall Iannone's bike struck that of his team-mate, folding a semi-saddle. In practice in one shot both were penalized by the event. Despite this and although both pilots have remained out of the top ten, some positive aspects may be highlighted. First of all, Rins's return to the bagarre where he was able to keep up the rivals to which he placed the tenth position only in the final of the race (he closed eleven to a few thousandths from the previous one). The same Iannone on whose bike were mounted several new details after the box accident showed a good step. The team stayed in the Czech Republic to try these new things during a day of testing and although the overall ranking is not positive (Iannone is sixteenth and Rins 21st), significant improvements are expected from here at the end of the championship both from the point of view of performance Which, consequently, also of the world rankings. "It was a very complicated race because of weather conditions," said Rins. "When we entered the lane to change motorcycles I felt strong. After the change, in the first laps, the bike seemed strange to me. Rhythm I had and I did not know why.When I came back to the box I was told that Andrea's bike had hit me during the fall and the handlebars had been damaged. So, in spite of everything, I'm glad we could do this Weekend. We made a big step forward and I was able to drive well thanks to teamwork. " Iannone's statements: "I think I've made a good start, I'm happy with the positions I made in the first laps, I think we could have done a good race, I came in the fourth round, but we ran into an unlucky situation So while I was entering, Aleix Espargaró was leaving, to avoid it, I had to curb otherwise I would have hit him, in which case the regulation speaks clearly and the Race Direction has already taken measures, I could not do more than I did. We did not have this problem, our race would have been compromised because the bike was not ready with the dry trim and this is not a bad thing. I'm glad to see the great work done in Japan to give me a competitive bike. "