Scott’s Aragon GP ruined by first lap clash with teammate

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After a satisfying Saturday, that ended up with the double Top 10 earned in qualifying, the Sunday at Aragon does not give joy to the Octo Yakhnich Pramac team.

The start was good and Scott was able to overcome Petrux. At the first corner, the riders were ninth and tenth respectively, but a contact between the two forced the British rider to go wide and lose the front on the curb. Back on track after the crash, Scott finished the race without being able to fight for any points.

On lap 9, the Race Direction, after reviewing the contact, fined Petrux a “ride-through” penalty.
At that point, even his race was compromised. Petrux and Scott have finished respectively 17th and 19th.

19th – Scott Redding
“I am very sorry for what happened. I do not think it is a beautiful thing when it happens between teammates. I started quite well then that contact made me go wide and I could not avoid the crash. I continued until the end, but it was really frustrating because in the last 3 races I have not had the chance to fight with the others to gain experience with this bike in dry condition.”

Source: Pramac