Cardus satisfied with steady adaptation to Phillip Island circuit

 In Moto2, News

QMMF Racing Team rider Ricky Cardús rode his first ever laps on the spectacular Phillip Island track on the Southern tip of the Australian continent. Whereas the fans flock to the unique venue not only because of the Grand Prix action but also because of the magnificent scenery right at the shorelines of the Southern ocean, Cardús enjoyed the thrill of one of the fastest circuits of this year’s calendar. Since Phillip Island is also one of the most difficult and challenging tracks in the world, one day was not enough to find the best lines and the ideal braking points for Cardús. The 23-year-old from Barcelona, Spain, currently holds 32nd position in the time sheets, but is confident to improve and conquer a good grid position in qualifying on Saturday.

Ricky Cardús – 32º, 1.37278
“We prepared very well for the qualifying. In the previous races on Friday we were somewhat out of the game, but today things have changed and in the two sessions we worked in a way which gives us the necessary confidence to qualify well and have a good race. This circuit is great fun and a real challenge because it is very fast and it is also one of the most difficult and I have not yet ticked off all the references. We have a lot to do, on my riding and the setting, but I hope to solve everything and be ready for the fight on Sunday. ”

Source: QMMF Racing

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