MotoGP Brno: Marquez says no to new chassis this weekend

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 3, 2017

Both the riders kept busy preparing themselves for the championship challenge during the summer break, so we arrive in the Czech Republic in good shape.

Vacation with friends, workouts and now back on track. But I was happy because I saw that all of Japanese staff were pushing a lot to try and improve and we improved in some areas.

"It was good to go testing at Brno during the summer break because it allowed us to work on the bike and stay focused on the job", said Marquez, who finished third at Brno previous year behind victor Cal Crutchlow and Rossi. I trained at the gym and on the bike, but now I want to go back to my M1 and work together with my team. "I can't wait to get back to working with my team to boost my competitiveness in the last nine rounds of the championship, and I'm sure we'll make a big step forward".

Reigning MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez will not use a new chassis at this weekend's Brno race as he feels more comfortable with the existing one. "The fight for the title is still open and we will have to work hard to climb on the podium. It will be important to be quick from the first session!" "I've been training during these weeks to be ready for Brno and Austria, two tracks that I really like and where I think that I can be strong". I have great memories and I'm hoping for another good run. Hugely popular with riders and fans, the circuit is situated in the hilly woods around Brno, which offer a fantastic view of the action from trackside.

After spending a few days relaxing with friends, Lorenzo said that he has been training hard and preparing for the final nine races over the next fourteen weeks. "A season so uncertain is definitely exciting".

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