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Pramac Racing Is Back In Spain For The Seventh Round Of The MotoGP WorldChampion
Posted by: newsla on Jun 12, 2014 - 04:50 PM
Pramac Racing Is Back In Spain For The Seventh Round Of The MotoGP World Championship

Almost halfway through the MotoGP world championship it’s time for Barcelona after Mugello and before Assen the three most delightful tracks are held in less than a month, races where there is an particular atmosphere made of passion, personality, charm. And at Mugello the Pramac Racing team turned in one of it’s best races more. Andrea Iannone (# 29) qualified with the second fastest time in and tried the taste of first place for a couple of corners. Then he fought with the top-riders finishing seventh, but demonstrating that before the tires wear out he is competitive. Yonny Hernandez (# 68) on the other hand has partially solved his troubles in Italy understeer and is in fact managed to finish in the top ten.


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The Pramac Racing team arrived in Barcelona to confirm and improve what has been achieved at Mugello. On the Tuscan track Iannone reached - according to the telemetry of his Desmosedici - the stratospheric speed of about 360 km/h limit that in Barcelona could be equaled. We will see, in the meantime, we will continue to work on technical equipment of the Italian Grand Prix, technical updates will arrive in Barcelona probably, but after the race for monday test.

Andrea Iannone (Pramac Racing) will race at the Circuit de Catalunya his five-hundreth Grand Prix. He has raced in 77 125 (4 wins), 51 moto2 (8 hits) and 22 motoGp.

"I will continue like in Mugello trying to improve constantly to get more and more comfortable on my bike. We still have limits on the long runs, but I'd like to stay a bit longer with the top-riders, maybe even be able to start again in the first row. We'll see, I'm confident. "

Yonny Hernandez (EnergyT.I. Pramac Racing) will race in Montmelo his seventieth -GP (31 moto2)

"After a lot of work we were to solve the problem of understeer that prevented me from riding as I like, at Mugello we finally managed to almost eliminate the inconvenience and tenth place rewarded our efforts. Here in Barcelona I'd like to repeat myself and - why not - maybe even get better. "

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