“I was lucky enough to brake in time to avoid Takaaki Nakagami.” Remy Gardner’s first words clearly explain the chills at the beginning GP in Aragon. There was a lot behind the LCR rider, who fell off the track after calling Marc Marquez, but thankfully everyone managed not to injure the Japanese driver further. Gardner later finished out on points, but overall he considers the weekend fairly positive. One of the last ones in MotoGP before the Superbike, but he doesn’t want to be distracted. The future is set, and now it is important to close in the best possible way with Tech3. He has so far scored 9 points in 15 races, with 11th in Catalonia as the best result of the season.
Gardner, Futuro Superbike
In fact, these days the news that Remy Gardner will not be a part of the world championship. The Australian driver himself had already said so, Explanation of KTM’s decisionBut the official announcement from his new team followed. will work with Team GYTR GRT Yamaha, took over as Garrett Gerloff, who immigrated to BMW. It is rumored that his new teammate Dominic Eggerter, finally promoted after results in Supersport…a drastic change at the end of a very tough season for the Moto2 world champion, as mentioned on foot by KTM and thus had to look around. Until the official announcement arrived shortly before the Grand Prix of Aragon, he commented as follows: My future has been decided. But first I want to finish the season in the best possible way with Tech3.”
“The rectum destroyed me”
Obviously, Yamaha of Quartararo and the company aren’t the only ones who lost their lives in a row, and the same goes for KTM. Indeed, Remy Gardner clearly emphasized this at the end of the Aragonese Grand Prix. “In the first three sectors we had an excellent pace, but the straight line destroyed me, we were losing a lot of time.” A rather complicated race for the ruling Moto2 champion. “I tried to fight for points, but Paul [Espargaro] It just went straight past me and I couldn’t do anything.” The last useful point went to Repsol Honda #44, while Gardner finished 15th. Now headed to Japan, there are 5 GPs left to close the MotoGP adventure and the young Australian is certainly no less determined. On the horizon are four circles that no one has seen in years, so there will be no shortage of surprises.
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