Assen and the Sachsenring brought disappointment for Andrea Dovizioso, who is out of answers at the Brno round. A track that has often put the Ducati rider to the test, but he prefers to remain optimistic.
“We have three races over the next month and I expect to be faster - said the Italian - the Brno is a real track, tough and long, one that demands respect. It's also the first time we're going to find these kind of temperatures, so we'll need to see how the tyres behave, seeing as they already struggle in the Czech Republic, so it will be interesting to see where we're at”.
Dovizioso is up for the challenge.
“There will be some new elements, right now we're focused on the details, trying to improve what we can. Our speed is good and it will only take a little to be able to fight for something important”.
Andrea is probed about the new parts.
“We'll probably see them already in practice”.
A final word about the fact that the Italian collects too little at the tracks at which he struggles. As Loris Reggiani put it recently.
“I've talked about this in the past, barely anyone used to admit it when a track did not suit his characteristics. You can always do something more, at least demonstrating that you can exceed the limit”.