The weekend of #AragonGP doesn't give any particular satisfaction to the Octo Pramac Racing team. Following the difficult Saturday’s qualifying, Scott Redding and Danilo Petrucci were forced to start from behind and they couldn't find the conditions to finish in the Top 10. Scott's race is positive. The English rider started from P22.
It was a difficult Saturday for Octo Pramac Racing at Motorland of Aragon. Danilo Petrucci and Scott Redding couldn’t be competitive in Q1 and will start tomorrow in P16 and P22 respectively. Petrux had grip problems at the rear already from FP3, and for this reason he was not able to find confidence
Petrux in Press Conference Free Practices Qualifying The RACE
The free practice of Friday of the Movistar de Aragón has not brought particular indication in view of tomorrow's qualifying. Both FP1 and FP2 have been affected from a light rain that did not allow riders to express themselves at the maximum in wet conditions. Scott Redding and Danilo Petrucci ended in 16° and 19°
Once again on the podium, for the third time this season, the second in Italy after Mugello. Petrux was fantastic and has brought to Octo Pramac Racing an extraordinary Sunday. Scott gave extra enthusiasm at the team party with a good seventh place. Over Misano the rain was constant through all morning, and
A good Saturday for Danilo Petrucci, who gives Octo Pramac Racing the third row in the “Gran Premio of San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini”. Scott can't find the right feeling in Q1 and ends in 19th position. After dominating Friday's free practice, Petrux shows that he is also in confidence on
It was an outstanding Friday for Octo Pramac Racing as Danilo Petrucci dominated the FP2 by finishing in first position the first day of free practice for the “Grand Prix of Misano e della Riviera di Rimini”. Some more difficulties for Scott who couldn’t fight for the Top 10 finishing in 16° position.
Acqua-battle with Petrux and friends Thursday's chat Friday's free practices Saturday's Qualifying The RACE Petrux on Podium again!