Honda Gresini rider, Marco Simoncelli, not wanting to further decline in its struggle in the 2011 MotoGP season. After reaping the poor results in the first half, "Super Sic" declared target to rise again in the second round which began in Brno, Czech Republic, this weekend.
Indeed, one rider Simoncelli including the favorites for victory in the 2011 season. But the fact is very contradictory, because the spiky Italian was more familiar with the controversy, following nekatnya action that led to the accident.
As a result, he was involved an incident with some riders who are fighting for the podium, among them the Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa and Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo. Accidents occurred due to an overly aggressive racing style.
In fact, the former 250cc world champion had a chance to show very promising potential. 24-year-old rider won the pole position in Spain and the Netherlands, as well as six times starting from the front row.
But during the race, Simoncelli has not been able to convert all the achievements in the qualifications (including the brilliant results in free practice) becomes maximum results. Of the 10 series that have been acted, Simoncelli took only three times RC212V horse to finish in fifth - the best results.
Well, that is the resolution Simoncelli when starting the second round at Brno. He promised to present better results again in the series to 11 this weekend.
"I went to Brno to find the best results," said Simoncelli. "We must focus on the second half of the season, and try to print some positive results.
"This Circuit fits with the style, although I did not achieve good results there in the last year in MotoGP. Previously, I've won there when I was in the 250cc class, and I also was in pole and podium in the 125cc class. In Overall, I like the track and hopefully I can achieve good results. "
Gresini team boss Fausto Gresini, also provide support to realize the ambitions Simoncelli. He asserted that the team will seek a maximum of their ability to help Simoncelli convert into positive results, so the rider in Italy it could follow in the footsteps Toni Elias in 2006, which became the last of the satellite team rider who can win (in the GP of Portugal).