Álex Rins, seventh in the Gran Prix Italy
The pilot completed CatalunyaCaixa a great race in his debut at Mugello and climb to seventh position in the overall His teammate, Miguel Oliveira is dropped without consequences, and is forced to retireCatalunyaCaixa driver, rookie Alex Rins, finished seventh in the Italian Grand Prix, a race that has come to lead and which has fought side by side with the top pilots. Thus, the Barcelona youngster to score again and climb to seventh in the standings. His teammate, Miguel Oliveira, has been dropped without consequence, on the seventh lap when he was eighth.
CX pilots have shown again today at Mugello the momentum they have. Rins, who started from the front row in third place, has come to be at the head of the race at the first corner, and with three other riders have formed the first group race leader. Oliveira, who started from 16th position, made a great start and in the first round and occupied the 11th place. His first objective was met, and two laps later achieved the second, reaching the front group, which rolled his teammate, Rins, in the second position.
But the first five drivers have formed one group and left behind a second group of pilots, which rolled Oliveira in the seventh. In turn, Rins has come to lead the race on lap six, materializing dramatically progression in his debut at Mugello. In the next turn, Oliveira has gone down in the second corner, when he was coming back from eighth-eight positions. The Portuguese has been back in the race, but five laps later had to retire.
Rins, in turn, maintained a great duel with six other riders at the head of the race. Without wrinkling, newcomer battle until presented with seven laps, Maverick Viñales, Romano Sandro Cortese Fenati and have broken the group. Rins has crossed the finish line in seventh position, less than two tenths of Niccolo Antonelli in fourth place.
So Rins has nine valuable points and climb to seventh position overall. Oliveira is 13 º. Pilots CatalunyaCaixa not return to competition until 19 August, the Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Well-deserved vacation for pilots CX, but Alex and Michael never stop.
Miguel Oliveira, pilot CatalunyaCaixa, nc, fall, 13th in the standings with 39 points:
"We have made a good start and have a good start of the race. We came out fast, we have recovered positions and we contacted the front group but when throughout the weekend you could not shoot at this rate obviously has a direct impact with the settings and feeling with the bike. The work of the bike is different in these conditions and this, to some extent, has been one of the factors that caused my fall. We must be positive and think that over the weekend we learned many things. "
Alex Rins CatalunyaCaixa pilot, 7 classified the Italian Grand Prix, the 5906 winner, 7th in the standings with 63 points:
"I really expected much more. Yes it is true that we should be satisfied with the result if we analyze the situation in the circuit debut and debut in the class but, for me it is not. I have lost my rear tire in the middle of the race and before the first "Rabiatta" I had a scare that made me pick up the front group. I tried to do my career but when you go in a group is complicated. One goal we had was the failure to leave early the last corner to catch the pilot rebufos front. But still, we could not complete a race we had a good start. It is difficult to shoot well but it was a shame as we had pace to finish on the podium. "