MotoGP, Marco Besicki: “I limited the damage in Austin, I love Jerez but don’t know if I’ll be competitive”

Marco Pesici looks charged and confident during the press conference that marks the official start of this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prixthe fourth round of the 2023 MotoGP World Championship. On the Jerez de la Frontera track, the Ducati Mooney VR46 team rider will try to defend his leadership in terms of the general classification, having limited the damage in the not so simple Grand Prix of the Americas.

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Termas de Rio winner Hondo recalls what happened in Austin: “I had a tough weekend in Texas, starting some problems on Friday. I led from Q1 and then I was still able to make ground, run a good race, score some points. I wanted to do better than 2022 and I succeeded “.

From the United States to Jerez de la Frontera, a stage that seems very welcome to the rider from Romania: “I honestly don’t know what to expect this weekend. We are definitely on a track that I really love. Everything is beautiful here, the weather and the weather. I can’t wait to get on the track with my new bike.”

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One last note on Team Mooney’s VR46 who’s already scored five podiums overall between himself and Luca Marini: “The climate is really excellent within the team, we are working in the best way we can and at the moment everything is fine. My team is also working hard and giving me a great bike.”

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