Poor outcome for Team Kömmerling Gresini

26 Oct 2020

Gabriel Rodrigo and Jeremy Alcoba combined for only three points in the second and last race at the MotorLand Aragon. The two standard bearers of Kömmerling Gresini have in fact rounded out the top 15 in this 12th GP of the season in 14th and 15th, respectivey.

This turned out to be quite a disappointing resultm because Gabriel Roderigo was starting from fourth place and he even led the race at some point in the first three to four laps, and Jeremy Alcoba – despite lining up in 14th place on the grid – he showed one week prior that he could battle for honours as he had missed the podium for a fraction of a second.

Things did not go the right way today, however, with the two Gresini rider completing the #AlcanizGP side by side and now waiting another ten days before starting yet another – this time final – tripleheader of what has been so far a difficult season.

 

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