Barberà looks for redemption starting at Grand Prix of Aragon

The Pramac Racing Team heads to Aragon this weekend for its penultimate European stop, just before the MotoGP paddock embarks on flyaway trips to Japan, Australia and Malaysia.

Hector Barbera, Pramac Racing Team
Hector Barbera, Pramac Racing Team

Photo by: Pramac Racing

The MotorLand Aragon circuit, added to the series just in 2010, is full of turns and straights that could allow the Ducati to unleash its power.

The track lies near the tow of Alcaniz, in northern Spain, only a few hours drive from Barcelona.

For Héctor, this will be the third race on the home soil during the 2012 and he is impatient to get back on the track in front of his Spanish fans and to bounce back from a difficult period.

Héctor Barberà – Pramac Racing Team Rider – 11th in the overall standing

“I don’t want to mull over the last weeks: it has been a difficult period. I need to think about the present and focus on this race at the MotorLand Aragon. It will be an important stop, rich of positive incentives.

The only thing I want now is to get back on the track, working with my crew and achieving the best from these final four rounds. To restart from here, my home soil, with the support of my fans, gives me a special energy and I’m getting ready to take advantage from it.

We must do a good job and try to immediately find the right setup for the bike. I like the track, which is very complex and technical and I want to get a nice result.”

Source: Pramac Racing Team

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