Assen – Sachsenring: double opportunity for team Kommerling Gresini MOTO3

28 Jun 2019

Team Kömmerling Gresini Moto3 are rolling up their sleeves after a brace of disappointing results at Mugello and Montmeló, and now gears up for the two back-to-back events in the Netherlands and Germany which will wrap up the first part of the season.

Gabriel Rodrigo arrives to Assen with great motivation: the pole position he scored in Catalunya once again proved – if there was still need – that the Argentine has the speed to be among the protagonist of this season. A focused and calm approach will be needed on a track like Assen that the 19 likes and in which he has always finished within the top-eight.

Riccardo Rossi will be riding around the ‘Cathedral’ for the first time ever. The Italian is back to full fitness after the FP3 crash in Catalunya and he cannot wait to test his skills on such a legendary track. The #54 will be in unknown territory in both events, as he will be making his debut also at Sachsenring.

 

Team Kommerling Gresini Assen

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