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ROUND 4 ASSEN
GARA 1

ROUND 4 DEL MONDIALE FIM SUPERSPORT 600: KRUMMENACHER CHIUDE GARA 1 IN QUINTA POSIZIONE. IL TEAM EAB SEMPRE PIU’ VICINO ALLE POSIZIONI DI TESTA

E’ lo spettacolare Circuito TT di Assen, in Olanda, anche denominato “Università del motociclismo”, a fare da scenario al quarto round del mondiale Supersport.
Gara di casa per il Team EAB che è sceso in pista con il suo pilota Randy Krummenacher, terminando la prima giornata di libere del venerdì in quinta posizione con un miglior tempo di 1’38.157.
Questa mattina, come di consueto, è andata in scena la Tissot Superpole, prova che va a delineare lo schieramento dei piloti per entrambe le gare del weekend. Krummenacher ha fatto segnare il suo miglior tempo fermando il cronometro su 1’38.117 e conquistando la quinta casella in griglia di partenza.
Cinque, questo è il numero che fino ad ora ha dominato il round di Assen per il Team EAB.
Krummenacher infatti ha anche terminato la prima gara, disputata oggi, in quinta posizione. L’elvetico, sesto al primo passaggio sul traguardo, ha perso una posizione nel corso del terzo giro, ritrovandosi settimo fino al nono passaggio per poi recuperare le posizioni perdute in precedenza, durante la seconda parte di gara. il pilota del Team EAB Racing è stato protagonista di una spettacolare bagarre contendendosi, fino all’ultimo giro, la quarta posizione con il francese Cluzel.
Un ottimo step per il team EAB ed il suo pilota che concludono la gara 1 di Assen con la miglior posizione conquistata in questa stagione 2021.

Randy Krummenacher:

“Sono contento del mio risultato di oggi. So bene che possiamo fare meglio e lottare per il podio, questo l’obiettivo e ci stiamo avvicinando sempre più. E’ stata una gara impegnativa ma ho avuto un buon feeling con la moto e soprattutto abbiamo acquisito dati importanti per migliorare ancora in vista della gara di domani. Manca un piccolo step per poter lottare per le posizioni davanti ma sono certo che presto il mio team mi metterà nelle condizioni di farlo, spero già nella gara 2 che si disputerà domani.

Ferry Schoenmakers:

“Da inizio stagione questa è il miglior risultato che abbiamo ottenuto e sono felice che sia proprio qui, nel nostro Round di “casa”. Sapevamo che avremmo dovuto lavorare molto insieme a Krummenacher, per poter migliorare le nostre performance ma abbiamo un buon pilota ed una buona squadra e i risultati stanno arrivando. Ringrazio i miei ragazzi, tecnici e meccanici, Randy e tutti i nostri sponsor, sperando di poter presto salire sul podio”.

ROUND 4
ASSEN
RACE 1

ROUND 4 OF THE FIM SUPERSPORT 600 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: KRUMMENACHER CLOSES RACE 1 IN FIFTH POSITION, TEAM EAB INCREASINGLY CLOSE TO THE FRONT

The spectacular Assen TT Circuit in The Netherlands, otherwise known as the “university of motorcycling”, is hosting the fourth round of the Supersport World Championship.
The home race for Team EAB, out on track with rider Randy Krummenacher, who completed Friday’s free practice day in fifth place with a fastest time of 1’38.157.
This morning, as usual, it was time for the Tissot Superpole, a session that establishes the grid positions for both of the weekend’s races. Krummenacher set a best time of 1’38.117, securing the fifth spot on the grid as a result.
The number five has characterised this Assen round for Team EAB so far. And Krummenacher also finished today’s first race in fifth place. The Swiss rider, sixth on lap one, lost a position during the course of the third lap, lying seventh on lap nine before making up the previously lost ground during the second part of the race. The Team EAB Racing rider was caught up in a spectacular battle in the final stages, fighting for fourth place against Frenchman Cluzel.
An excellent step for Team EAB and its rider, who finish the first Assen race with their best result of the 2021 season so far.

Randy Krummenacher:

“I’m pleased with today’s result. I know we can do better and fight for the podium, this is the goal and we’re getting ever closer. It was a tough race but I had good feeling with the bike and, more importantly, we acquired useful data with which to improve for tomorrow’s race. We still need to take a small step in order to fight at the front but I’m sure my team will soon put me in the condition to be able to do this, hopefully already in tomorrow’s second race”.

Ferry Schoenmakers:

“This is our best result since the start of the season and I’m pleased we’ve done it here, at our home round. We knew we’d have to work hard together with Krummenacher, in order to improve our performance, but we have a good rider and a good team, and the results are coming. I want to thank my guys, the technicians and mechanics, Randy and all our sponsors, in the hope we will soon be on the podium.”

ROUND 4
ASSEN
RACE 1

ROUND 4 OF THE FIM SUPERSPORT 600 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: KRUMMENACHER CLOSES RACE 1 IN FIFTH POSITION, TEAM EAB INCREASINGLY CLOSE TO THE FRONT

The spectacular Assen TT Circuit in The Netherlands, otherwise known as the “university of motorcycling”, is hosting the fourth round of the Supersport World Championship.
The home race for Team EAB, out on track with rider Randy Krummenacher, who completed Friday’s free practice day in fifth place with a fastest time of 1’38.157.
This morning, as usual, it was time for the Tissot Superpole, a session that establishes the grid positions for both of the weekend’s races. Krummenacher set a best time of 1’38.117, securing the fifth spot on the grid as a result.
The number five has characterised this Assen round for Team EAB so far. And Krummenacher also finished today’s first race in fifth place. The Swiss rider, sixth on lap one, lost a position during the course of the third lap, lying seventh on lap nine before making up the previously lost ground during the second part of the race. The Team EAB Racing rider was caught up in a spectacular battle in the final stages, fighting for fourth place against Frenchman Cluzel.
An excellent step for Team EAB and its rider, who finish the first Assen race with their best result of the 2021 season so far.

Randy Krummenacher:

“I’m pleased with today’s result. I know we can do better and fight for the podium, this is the goal and we’re getting ever closer. It was a tough race but I had good feeling with the bike and, more importantly, we acquired useful data with which to improve for tomorrow’s race. We still need to take a small step in order to fight at the front but I’m sure my team will soon put me in the condition to be able to do this, hopefully already in tomorrow’s second race”.

Ferry Schoenmakers:

“This is our best result since the start of the season and I’m pleased we’ve done it here, at our home round. We knew we’d have to work hard together with Krummenacher, in order to improve our performance, but we have a good rider and a good team, and the results are coming. I want to thank my guys, the technicians and mechanics, Randy and all our sponsors, in the hope we will soon be on the podium.”

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