Team JiR Moto2 flies abroad for the next round of the World Championship that will take place this Sunday, August 29th, in Indianapolis, USA. The Championship re-started in Brno after the summer break and both riders, Simone Corsi and Yusuke Teshima, are expecting to do great things in the States. The technical evolutions brought forward on the two MotoBI machines after the break gave good responses and now what is missing for challenging the leaders is perhaps just a little luck.
Simone Corsi is already in the USA, taking a small holiday and ensuring that he doesn't suffer any effects of jet-lag.
"I'm happy to race in Indianapolis because I like this track. It is very technical and we also run on the old, historical circuit in two corners. It's characterized by many changes of Tarmac, so we'll have to concentrate precisely on the set-up. During the last races I saw some improvements from the technical development side of things, our objective now is to sharpen our weapons and become even more effective from this race."
Making his debut in Indianapolis is Yusuke Teshima, who will be bringing on the precious development work with his MotoBI.
"My adventure in Moto2 continues and I can't help being proud of myself for this. Since Aragon's test we have brought on the development of the bike and we got some good results. Indianapolis will be perfect for testing some new changes and get ready for the return to Europe, as immediately after we will be racing in Misano. I'm determined in giving the Team back the trust they've invested in me by gaining some good results and get into the points."