Deutschland Motorad weekend

Deutschland Motorad weekend

A progressive John McPhee towards the top

John McPhee (Petronas Sprinta Racing)
4th / QP Race: 9th
Good result for Johan McPhee who was throughout the race in the group that was fighting for second place and finished the same one tenth of the podium and two of the second place. The British rider now occupies the fourth position in the provisional classification of the World Championship.

Kazuki Masaki (BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race)
25th career / QP: 28th
The Japanese did not quite feel comfortable during training, especially with the wet track in the FP3. In the race he left from delayed positions and could not overcome throughout it. In the end it was 25 seconds from the point zone.

Makar Yurchenko (BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race)
Race 28º / QP: 22º
Makar was about to enter Q2 on Saturday, but in the end he was out of the group of the 18 best in the category. In the race he was among the Top15 for a moment, but he was giving ground because of some problems and ended up entering the pit lane.

Xavi Cardelús (Gaviota Angel Nieto Team)
27th Career / QP: 29th
He made a good start and, in the first round he had surpassed four rivals. Throughout the first third of the race, the Andorran set an intense rhythm that allowed him to distance himself a few meters, but later he began to have problems in the braking of the most tight corners of Motorland to stop the motorcycle or was giving ground.

Lukas Tulovic (Kiefer Racing)
25th career / QP: 28th
The German competed in a circuit in which he had already run before and this circumstance was positively reflected in his time from the first training to finish 1.8 of the pole position of Moto2. In the race he went back in the early stages and, with a constant rhythm, finally distanced himself from the group he was fighting in.

Deutschland Motorad weekend


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