The second weekend at Aragon was difficult but still important for Nolan Group.
While awaiting the return of Aron Canet and with an Alonso struggling with technical problems, our team fought in MotoGP for a place under the sun which, let us say, rightfully belongs to them for commitment and sacrifice.
Danilo Petrucci, on a capricious Ducati, still finished in the top ten, while Alex Rins, on Suzuki, is back in the fight for the title after a second place that could have been a victory.
It is important to note that Rins has recovered from an injury without which his championship would have been very different ... but this is what sets our guys apart.
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ALEWX RINS: 2nd
"Obviously I was hoping to win again today, but another podium is an awesome feeling anyway. It was really hard to do battle with Franco today, he was very strong and he got a good start. I was happy with my tyre choice but I did feel a little bit of drop part way through the race, I knew that I had a decent gap on Joan so I kept things smooth and went for second place. I was really happy to see Joan there in third because it means another great day for Suzuki with both of us on the podium again! Joan is so consistent, but I’m also feeling better every race so let’s see what can happen in the next few races. Anyway, I’m really pleased to be on the podium again at MotorLand!"
DANILO PETRUCCI: 10th
"It was a pretty uphill race, considering that we started way back. Fortunately, this morning we were able to find a good setup that partly solved our problems. I tried to manage the tyres well in the first laps, and towards the end of the race, I was able to do some overtakes. Unfortunately, we still suffer the lack of speed in the straights, but in general, the feeling with the bike has improved. Today our goal was to finish in the top ten, and we succeeded also taking important points for the standings."