Sunday, April 3, 2011

Rossi condemns incident in Qualifying Session

Jerez - Valentino Rossi can never forget the incident at the Spanish MotoGP qualifying session, last night. According to the brand-new Ducati rider, fell into the cause of his failure to achieve maximum results at the Jerez circuit.

Throughout the three Free Practice sessions (FP), Rossi's performance was recorded decreases. Starting FP ranked third in the opening, then jump into the top five in the second FP, to move down a strip on the FP final.

Worse yet, the Italian racer should be thrown from the top 10 positions in the qualifying session, and was forced to start the race from the start line 12. The Doctor claims the accident as the culprits.

"We really do not need the incident because I was driving with the right motor. Motorcycles are more I like and therefore I will always use a soft tire would be, "he explained.

"I have to race with another motor that is very different, which became an experiment that unfortunately went bad. I do not feel comfortable with the bike, and drove slower than this morning (local time), "he regrets Rossi, who is one of seven drivers who fell in the qualifying session.

"It's embarrassing. If I had made ​​a mistake, then it occurs at the moment which is really not appropriate, since the start in the second row is our goal, "completion, quoted from, Sunday (03/04/2011).

As a result, Rossi must give up three rivals led the race. Repsol Honda rider Casey Stoner secures pole position, followed by his team colleague Dani Pedrosa and Yamaha are also 2010 world champion Jorge Lorenzo will start from a sequence of three

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