You are here

SBK, Carrasco: "I wasn't familiar with Cremona, but I quickly figured out how to be fast"

Ana, the fastest in the tests: "I had to work on every single corner, but we managed to chart a course, and I'm confident with the bike. I'm ready for Misano."

SBK: Carrasco:

In the sign of Ana Carrasco. The Spanish rider ended the two-day tests in Cremona, setting a benchmark on both Thursday and Friday. A better start couldn't have been expected by the Evan Bros rider on her Yamaha R7 with a time of 1'41"446, ahead of Ponziani.

Ana was very satisfied with her results: "I'm really happy, especially for the excellent work carried out along with the team,"  she said. "Cremona was a new track for me, so I had to work on every single corner, but the result satisfied me. I'm happy to be part of this championship, and the first round will be held on a track I love, like Misano, so I can't help but be really psyched and motivated."

Her road seems to be mapped out with the team: "I get along well with the team, and we understand each other instantly in figuring out how to work. On Friday, we tried many different set ups on the bike, and I focused mainly on understanding how the bike reacts bike with all these changes."

So the outcome was positive: "At the end of the last day, I was able to push to get a good time, and I felt really comfortable on the bike. As a result, I'm really happy with the sesations, and I'm looking forward to Misano for the first race. I want to thank the team, which did an amazing job."

 

Translated by Leila Myftija

Related articles

 
Privacy Policy