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Posted by: newsla on Aug 17, 2014 - 03:39 PM
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A dazzling Andrea Iannone passing again under the checkered flag in fifth place. The bad luck strikes Yonny Hernandez forcing him to retire due to a problem with the front tire.

 

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Andrea Iannone repeats the fantastic start of Mugello, by rocketing in the first position, keeping lead as much a possible before losing some positions. On the third lap, Andrea settles in fifth place and keeps the position for most of the race. A few laps from the end a hard battle starts with his Brand-mate, Dovizioso, Iannone is able to have the best only at the last turn. Once again, the rider from Vasto is satisfied, bringing home the fifth place for the second time this year and achieving his goal.

Yonny Hernandez (EnergyT.I. Pramac Racing) made a good start and keeped the twelfth position, he managed to keep a good pace for the first two laps at the end of which he start to feel wrong with the on the front of his bike, the situation is unmanageable so the Colombian rider was forced to retire after just four laps due to loss of tire pressure. It is not yet clear the cause of the problem, the situation will be examined carefully, it is possible for a pressure loss due to a contact with a curb too hard which just enough to cause loss of pressure.

Andrea Iannone (Pramac Racing)

"I'm really happy with today's result. I managed to do a lap in the lead! I knew that Jorge, Dani, Vale and Marq were faster than me, but I pushed thinking about my race. I enjoyed the first part of the race, I tried to follow Dani when he overtook me, in the warm-up session I was able to keep up with him, but in the race he was three tenths of a second faster than me and i decide to not push so much because it didn’t make much sense. In the second part Dovi and I passed each other several times, he was able to brake harder than me. I had funit and I'm happy for me, my team and Ducati. I am beginning to see a bit of light for the future! "

Yonny Hernandez (EnergyT.I. Pramac Racing)

"I'm very disappointed because of the front tire. I was sure I could have done good race, I had a good race pace and I felt ready to do well. We worked hard and well this weekend, the bike was fine. I hope to be more lucky for the coming races, I will do my utmost to bring home points and a good result. It’s been three races that do not get in the points and my opponents have approached me in the standings. I thank the team for their work and support they give me even in these cases. "


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