Tough Saturday in San Marino
Leopard riders Jaume Masia and Dennis Foggia will start tomorrow from the 14th and the 15th spot of the grid respectively at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli.
There are moments and days in life in which things don’t go as one desires even if there are chances and possibilities. Today has been one of those days, but the important is to take a look at the bright side and keep fighting. Jaume and Dennis have done a decent job on the FP3 and have gone straight to Q2, but during the 15 minutes of the session the plan hasn't worked: some traffic on track and some lack of luck have prevented the riders from taking the top positions. At the end, Jaume Masia has classified the 14th and Dennis Foggia the 15th, fifth row of the grid for the Le0pard Racing.
Both Jaume and Dennis have potential to fight for the top positions on Sunday and the team is determined on making the most of the first race in Misano. The weather forecast nice conditions and that always helps, so let’s keep working and let’s hope for the best!
Jaume Masia, 14th
“I feel better on the bike and that’s the most important. We haven’t been able to set the perfect lap but we have a clear mind for tomorrow and I can’t wait to fight”.
Dennis Foggia, 15th
“It wasn’t the qualifying session that I expected and we’ll keep working to give our best tomorrow at race time”.