Simoncelli Dissapointment

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Marco Simoncelli came to Laguna Seca with a nice change because in the last three series he was always able to reach the finish line to reap points. But when it appeared in the United States Grand Prix on Sunday (07.24.11) afternoon or Sunday (07.25.11) morning GMT, "Super Sic 'back to the old tradition of a fall and failed to finish the race. It became the fifth crash of the 10 series in its path along the 2011 season.

Unlike in Assen on June 25, where he could continue the race after falling due to bump involved with Jorge Lorenzo, Simoncelli this time was unable to continue the race after a fall on lap seven. In fact, Honda Gresini rider is currently in the top five and have a chance to fight for the podium (minimum order of three).

The fact is what makes Simoncelli disappointed. The spiky Italian again promises to reveal more cautious on the next series in Brno, Czech Republic.

"I'm really disappointed. I do not know if I can catch Pedrosa (number three) if it stays on track to finish the race, it's impossible to say it, but I sure can fight with Dovizioso and Spies (for four positions). So, This is really embarrassing, "said Simoncelli.

"We've been working so well and managed to make improvements from one session to another session, but I realized from the beginning of the next race that made me even harder than in training. It's hard rounded the first corner on lap seven, which is an odd place to turn, and then again two laps later in turn eight.

"What we can do now to make it embarrassing that the subject of evaluation and prepared for the race at Brno to make the best out there."

Simoncelli was one of three riders to crash and fail to continue the race at Laguna Seca. Two other riders Cal Crutchlow (Tech 3) and Alvaro Bautista (Suzuki).

Meanwhile Gresini team manager Fausto Gresini, recognize normal if disappointed with the result Simoncelli United States GP. Because the former 250cc world champion is trying to continue the positive trend.

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