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Per Xavi Forés e il Barni Racing Team le vacanze non sono ancora iniziate. Domani 26 e mercoledì 27 luglio saranno infatti impegnati nelle due giornate di test ufficiali in programma sul circuito tedesco diLausitzring.
Situato nel nord della Germania a pochi km dalla città di Dresda, il tracciato tornerà quest’anno ad ospitare dopo ben otto anni il mondiale Motul FIM WorldSBK, il 17 e 18 settembre al rientro dalla lunga pausa estiva, in occasione del decimo round stagionale.
I test di questa settimana saranno quindi molto importanti per la squadra di Bergamo e il suo pilota; dopo gli ottimi risultati ottenuti nelle ultime due gare (terzo in Superpole a Misano, quarto in Gara 2 sia nel round italiano che a Laguna Seca negli Stati Uniti) sarà ora fondamentale continuare il lavoro di sviluppo della Ducati Panigale R, per poter ritornare in pista a settembre sempre più competitivi e pronti alla lotta per il podio.
Bournemouth-based Quattro Plant Kawasaki enjoyed a superb meeting at their local circuit, Thruxton, at the weekend with Luke Mossey excelling in the MCE British Superbike Championship races and Andrew Reid and Ricky Stevens/Ryan Charlwood taking two wins apiece in their respective British Supersport and Sidecar Championships.
Mossey was strong throughout the three BSB practice sessions once more, consistently running inside the top three, and he converted his fine form into an excellent qualifying position this time around to line up in fourth and on the second row for Sunday’s opening 20-lap race.
The Cambridge rider started strongly and was running in sixth place when the race was red flagged and restarted over twelve laps. It was a similar story in the restart though and by lap five he was running in fifth. Indeed, he got stronger as the race wore on and once he overhauled Jason O’Halloran, he moved into third and he comfortably held onto the position for his second podium of the season.
It was a similar story in the second race later in the day when slight rain saw the start delayed and shortened in distance to 18 laps. A solid start put Luke in seventh place and although he couldn’t replicate his podium position, he overcame a clutch problem to take fourth and although he only moved up one place to ninth in the Championship table, he closed the gap to sixth to just 12 points.
For team-mate Filip Backlund, it was again a challenging weekend but both he and his team made improvements throughout and he started the first race from 19th on the grid. It didn’t look like he’d make it into the points as he slipped outside the top twenty but the stoppage played into his hands and in the restart he continually moved forward to take another Championship point in 15th. The Swedish rider then followed this up with 18th in the second encounter.
There was joy for Dickies British Supersport Championship rider Andrew Reid though and after a few disappointing outings recently, the Northern Irishman got back to winning ways with a superb double victory in the two races. Saturday’s ‘Sprint’ race saw the Quattro Plant Cool Kawasaki rider take the lead on the ninth lap before edging away to take his third win of the season and he then made it four in Sunday’s ‘Feature’ race.
Starting from the second row of the grid, Andy moved into the lead early on but on the 12th lap, he dropped back to second and had to do the hard work all again. Fighting back, he regained the lead on the 14th of 16 laps to take a superb double victory and move back up to second overall in the Championship.
For sidecar team members Stevens and Charlwood, it was a more than successful weekend and, keen to extend their advantage in the Championship, it all started perfectly with their first win of the season in Saturday’s opening eight-lap race. The duo had already claimed pole position and after taking the lead on the fifth lap, they held on to claim their first win of the season.
The second race later in the day again saw them come from behind, this time taking the lead on the sixth lap after being thwarted by Tim Reeves on earlier attempts. That just left Sunday’s third race to negotiate but an overtaking manoeuvre by Reeves on the opening lap put them on the grass and although they rejoined the race, climbing as high as seventh, a technical issue put them out on the fourth lap. The results mean they’re now back in second overall albeit just eight points adrift of Reeves.
The Quattro Plant Kawasaki team head to their local circuit this weekend with round six of the 2016 MCE British Superbike Championship taking place at the high-speed Thruxton venue in Hampshire and the Bournemouth-based squad are all looking to bounce back after experiencing up and down fortunes in recent meetings.
It’s the half way stage of the season and BSB riders Luke Mossey and Filip Backlund experienced challenging weekends recently at both Knockhill and Snetterton but Cambridge-based Mossey is still within touching distance of the all-important top six Showdown positions.
Currently occupying tenth overall, Mossey took his maiden BSB podium twelve months ago at the unique Thruxton circuit and knows that’s exactly what’s required this time around if he’s to keep his season on track. Backlund, meanwhile, scored his first points of the season last time out at Snetterton and the Swede is eager to maintain the momentum now that he’s back to full fitness.
The last two rounds have also been difficult for Dickies British Supersport Championship contender Andrew Reid yet, despite not standing on the podium since round two and slipping back to third overall, he’s still only 21 points adrift of Championship leader James Westmoreland. However, the Quattro Plant Cool Kawasaki rider knows how important it is to get back to winning ways this weekend and two podiums, at the very least, are required.
The final team members, Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood, are still searching for their first win of the season in the Hyundai Heavy Industries British Sidecar Championship but they still maintain the top spot in the table after claiming the runners-up spot in the second race at Snetterton.
They saw their lead slashed to three points though by the rapidly closing Tim Reeves/Gregory Cluze and will be desperate to get onto the top step of the podium this weekend – and with three races on the schedule, it’s the perfect time to score heavily.
Round mojado en el Gran Premio alemano, donde la falta de sol no ha ciertamente coinciso con la falta de emociones. Tom Luthi por ejemplo ha dado de sorpresa a todo el mundo cayendo a la décimaoctava vuelta: juntos a él, se ha chocado sobre del asfalto también una muy preciosa oportunidad para acercarse al trio líder en el ránking.
Por el contrario, sus dos compañeros de equipo Aegerter y Mullauser han conseguido alcanzar la línea de meta en décimo y décimo tercero lugar, respectivamente. Gracias a este resultado, Aegerter gana seis puntos en el ránking.
Le Grand Prix d’Allemagne a été une course mouillée et riche en coups de theatre. Tom Luthi a perdu son occasion pour s’approcher des trois premiers pilotes dans le classement du mondial de Moto 2, parce qu’il est tombé au 18ième tour de la piste.
Ses deux coéquipiers Aegerter et Mullauser ont terminé leur course respectivement en 10ième et 13ième position. Aegerter a gagné six points pour le classement du mondial.