M2: Czech GP: JiR Team preview

After the break the JiR Team is getting ready for this week's GP from the Czech Republic, in Brno. The summer period has given riders the time to rest, but not the technicians and mechanics who took advantage of the break to analyze data and...

After the break the JiR Team is getting ready for this week's GP from the Czech Republic, in Brno. The summer period has given riders the time to rest, but not the technicians and mechanics who took advantage of the break to analyze data and develop new solutions that will be tested in the second part of the season on the two MotoBI machines. The objective is to continue and further improve the already good performances we've enjoyed this year. Already at the Sachsenring Simone Corsi scored excellent times during practice and the race. JiR Team will be looking to build on this still further.

In the meantime Corsi is really excited for the Czech race, aware of the potential he has and anxious to make amends for the mistake he made in Germany that put him out of the race.

Simone Corsi: "I have made a good preparation for this race. The three week break has been very useful to think back on how the first part of the season went. Our development is at a good point and I'm making some little mistakes, but I've learnt from them and it won't happen again. I kept my body in shape with some work at the gym, but I also continued riding thanks to the riding courses we held in Castelletto di Branduzzo, where I was the teacher!

The season has a long way to go yet and there is nothing between most of the riders - it's very close. We need to regain our concentration and start fighting again for the first positions, which is the place where I think I deserve to be."

Also, TSR's test rider Yusuke Teshima will take part in the GP of the Czech Republic on the second machine of Team JiR, taking the chance of continuing his own experience and most importantly the machine's further development.

-source: jir team

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Series MotoGP
Drivers Simone Corsi