MotoGP, Assen J3, Alex Marquez (Ducati/7): “”a difficult race even if the weekend was positive”

Alex Marquez finished the Dutch Grand Prix in seventh position. Starting from the first row, the driver did not find the perfect rhythm and did not go beyond eighth position, later promoted to seventh thanks to the penalty of his brother, Marc Márquez. Nevertheless, he gained important points and confidence ahead of the next GP at the Sachsenring, scheduled in less than a week.

« A difficult race even if the weekend was positive” said Alex Marquez.
« With the hard front tire we had difficulty turning the bike, but we would have suffered too much with the soft tire. We will have to work in Germany to understand how to improve.. »

Despite the difficulties encountered, Alex
remains optimistic about the rest of the season. The data collected will certainly be useful for future races, we have clear ideas and we hope to be able to put them into practice from the Sachsenring” he added.

The Spanish driver is preparing to approach the next Grand Prix with a determined mentality, looking to take advantage of the lessons from the weekend.shafts
to improve its performance. The Sachsenring
represents an opportunity to redress the situation and end on a positive note before the summer holidays.

Alex Marquez already has his sights set on Sachsenring

Alex Marquez and his team will focus on analyzing the data collected to identify areas of improvement and adjust the bike’s settings accordingly. Their goal is to find the right balance to maximize performance and fight for higher positions.

Seventh place at Assen, although disappointing compared to initial expectations, nevertheless provides valuable elements for progress. Alex Marquez hopes to capitalize on this experience to return stronger to the Sachsenring and finish the first half of the season on a positive note.

The support of his team and the detailed analysis of the weekend’s performances will be crucial to refine their strategy and settings. With careful preparation, Alex
is determined to bounce back and show his full potential in the next races.

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