Yonny Hernandez, after the excellent weekend in Barcelona is ready to repeat the good performance.
Some difficulties during the first free practice session, stopped Andrea Iannone to find the right setup to attack the top standings. The Team takes full advantage of the time available between the two sessions, analyzing the collected data to understand the direction to take. The positive response comes at the end of the second practice session, when the Italian rider recorded his best time of 1'34 "277 in the twentieth lap, which earned him fifth place.
Yonny Hernandez (EnergyT.I. Pramac Racing), after the excellent weekend in Barcelona is ready to repeat the good performance. In the morning session, the Colombian rider had a hard time steering the bike to change direction, not being able to ride it as he would like. In the afternoon session he improves, even if the bike still does not behave as it should, and earns more than eight tenths of a second compared to lap time recorded in FP1. Yonny concludes the day in fourteenth place with a time of 1'35 "537.
Andrea Iannone (Pramac Racing): "I'm happy to have finished this day at Assen as the first Ducati rider in fifth position. It will not be an easy weekend, I still suffer a bit ' on the race pace. There is time for improvement but I still struggle a lot changing direction where the bike is hard to ride and to do it I have to use a lot of force, however over the past year we have improved a lot, we are faster and more constant, this gives me hope for the race. "
Yonny Hernandez (EnergyT.I. Pramac Racing): "Today was a difficult day for me, I had more problems than the last race. Tomorrow I think I can improve a little if it does not rain. I struggled a lot to ride the bike, I could not turn it as I wanted, it was very heavy and I could not be fast in the direction changes. I have confidence in myself and the team so I think we can make some progress before the race. "