Disappointing outcome for Team Kömmerling Gresini in the heat of Montmeló

17 Jun 2019

It has happened again. A hard work, a positive weekend, a disappointing mistake in the end of a dominated race. We talk about the Argentinean rider Gabriel Rodrigo, first in starting the race due to the pole position gained yesterday, but in the end crashing because of a personal mistake. No victory, no points, no result. It’s sad but it can happen, it’s hard to accept but it’s life. All you have to do is to learn from your mistakes and try not to repeat them again, working hard and harder to improve yourself both personally and technically. Fortunately, the Italian rookie Riccardo Rossi has brought home his personal best result, 17th position. It does mean he’s really improving. Let’s see next race of the Moto3 World Championship, the Dutch GP. Follow Kommerling Gresini Moto3 Team, as we at FPS Automation do supporting it!

It was without a doubt a very difficult Grand Prix for Riccardo Rossi.Yesterday’s crash surely did not help the Italian, who found himself out of energy after a few laps. The number 54 still put together a good performance and finished 17th – his so-far best result in the series. A better fitness condition would have surely allowed him to get into the top-15.

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