Andrea Iannone has denied speculation he will move to MotoGP in 2012 season. According to him, he has not thought to rise to the most prestigious class, because currently only focus on improving the position in Moto2.
Italian rider was making his debut in MotoGP when the take the test at Mugello last month, with the Pramac Ducati GP11. This is the beginning of the emergence of such speculation, that he would soon leave Moto2 at the end of the 2011 season.
Iannone had a chance because his team now, Speed Master, given her permission. Only, there was no explanation regarding the provision of "gifts" is, whether the Italian squad will put it in the project 1.000cc engine.
In response, Iannone, who had often spoken with a team of Cal Crutchlow, Monster Yamaha Tech 3, told MCN: "I do not know what happens next year. Now I want to win many victories in Moto2 and focus in this competition, before deciding what to do. "
Iannone admitted, he was very impressed with the performance of GP11's Loris Capirossi, who tried at the Mugello.
"Motor is impressive. I pulled the gas and direct a straight line up! I'm glad I did not have an accident and I do not cringe with Ducati," added Iannone, who is currently ranked seventh in the standings Moto2.