The goal is to get to the race with the best setting possible and to fully exploit the potential of the Ducati D16GP14.
The MotoGP riders will tackle this weekend on the historic French circuit of Le Mans. The good forecast should allow to program the work to take advantage of every session available. The goal is to get to the race with the best setting possible and to fully exploit the potential of the Ducati D16GP14.
The French track, named after the Italian car manufacturer Ettore Bugatti, is located 5 km from the town of Le Mans. It was designed in 1966, using parts of the existing " Circuit de la Sarthe " in which the famous "24 hours” was raced. Born for cars, the track was later inaugurated for motorcycle racing in 1969.
The track is 4185 meters long , has 4 left turns and 9 to the right, the majority of which are characterized by "stop & go” style of riding, with sudden braking and acceleration .
Andrea Iannone - Pramac Racing- season has no stops, and after the post-race test at Jerez the Italian rider takes part of the private Ducati test at Mugello. Andrea is ready and motivated to face this French race in the best way possible and return to compete for the positions that count.
Yonni Hernandez - EnergyT.I . Pramac Racing - For the first time on this track woth the Desmosedici. After having to skip the post-race test at Jerez for gastrointestinal disorders the Colombian twenty-five year old has been training in order to be ready right from the first practice sessions to understand the secrets of the French track. The goal is to reach the top ten.