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Pull&Bear Aspar Team MotoGP - 15 Japanese GP - Preview
Posted by: newsla on Oct 12, 2017 - 06:06 AM
Pull&Bear Aspar Team MotoGP - 15 Japanese GP - Preview

Monday marks a full year since Marc Márquez celebrated his fifth world title on an unpredictable day in Japan, when victory combined with crashes for Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo to hand him the MotoGP World Championship. There will be no new champion crowned at Motegi this year, with Márquez holding just a sixteen-point advantage over Andrea Dovizioso despite his latest victory at Aragón, with Maverick Viñales some 28 points behind with four races still remaining of the season.

The Pull&Bear Aspar Team head for the three back-to-back 'flyaway' races on the back of an eighth place for Álvaro Bautista in Aragón and a strong performance from Karel Abraham still fresh in the memory. The two Pull&Bear Aspar riders travel to Japan in confident mood, as they look to build on their positive recent form. Bautista and Abraham have happy memories of racing at Motegi, where they have both celebrated on the podium.

Álvaro Bautista:“This is the first of three consecutive races outside Europe and after Aragón we can go there in high spirits. We had a great race after a strange weekend with the weather, fighting at the front and producing a strong performance. Hopefully in Japan, where I have been on the podium in the past, things go well for us again. It is a “stop & go” circuit, where you need a bike that is stable under braking and acceleration. Our objective is to maintain the same line of work and get back to the same level and same type of result as the last race. It would be nice to start the flyaway races with a great result. It is always nice to race in Japan, where there are a lot of motorcycle racing fans and where I always feel a lot of love.”

Karel Abraham: “I am excited for the next race in Japan. After the best part of a year in Europe, where I drive to all the races, it is time for aeroplanes, airports and time changes… I have great memories of Japan, where I scored my first podium in Moto2 after a great battle on the last lap, in the last corners... it was an incredible feeling. Now I am working for another great result, maybe the podium is too far away to be thinking of but Motegi is certainly a track I think we can go well at."

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