The second round of the overseas tour will be raced at Phillip Island, Australia.
After Japan the MotoGP world championship makes a stop in Australia at the circuit of Phillip Island for the second round of the overseas tour. Another opportunity for Andrea Iannone to discover the GP14.2. Yonny Hernandez wants to regain the Q2 and finish the race with no surprises among the top ten.
Andrea Iannone is back on track after two very challenging weekends due to the large amount of work to do on the GP14.2 that had to be done in a short amount of time. Nevertheless Andrea is ready to face the other two appointments brought together in the month of October at his top.
There are three races left and I want to give 110%.
At Philip Island the Italian rider will finally set the new Desmosedici starting from a good base after the experience in the past two races. Andrea is confident he can do well, considering the fact that on the Australian circuit last year he achieved his best result of the season.
Yonny Hernandez (EnergyT.I. Pramac Racing) came out a little subdued after the race at Motegi for the crash caused by A. Espargaro. However from this incident Yonny has drawn out the security of being able to fight without problems for relevant positions in the points. In Australia, the Colombian rider will have to be good at freeing out his mind from the facts of the last Grand Prix and push to the limit as always the potential of his GP13. Yonny is confident and ready to get back on his bike.
Andrea Iannone (Pramac Racing): "There are three races left and I want to give 110%. In the recent Gp’s I have always been among the top 6 and there I’m not far from an important result. I always think positive and believe that I can do it on this track. The Ducati has did well here during winter testing. I will concentrate on the setting of my GP14.2, which reacts in a different way from the GP14. "
Yonny Hernandez (EnergyT.I. Pramac Racing): "I can’t wait to get back on track to leave behind the incident of Motegi. I am very sorry for the crash, even though it was not my fault. I’m positive and I want to do well in the race."