Scott Redding finishes Jerez weekend with no satisfaction
A weekend to forget for Octo Pramac Yakhnich which ends a disappointing #SpanishGP and tomorrow will be again on track for official testa. It will be an opportunity to understand the causes of the poor grip which was the basis of the difficulties of these three days in Spain.
There is not much to tell about the first European roung of the 2016 MotoGP season. Scott Redding and Michele Pirro confirmed the great difficulties encountered in free practice and qualifying where their bikes have never found grip to be competitive. Starting respectively from 17th and 20th position, Scott and Michael have never managed to lap enough fast to move close the top 10. The biggest problems were for the British rider who has done everything possible to finish the race ending up in 19th position.
19th – Scott Redding
“Nothing worked today and throughout the weekend. And I must admit that it is not possible to ride in these conditions. During the last few laps I also had to slow down a bit to get to the finish line without running the risk of falling. Even in the straight spinning was impressive. You can always learn something from the bad days but it’s really hard to figure out what we should have done to improve this weekend. We spent three days trying to find grip and we never succeeded. And I do not think it was only our fault.”
Source – Pramac Racing