Cardus hoping to turn fortunes around in Valencia race after tough qualifying
Simone Corsi will start tomorrow’s race from the front row from the second place on the starting grid. The Roman rider has found a good feeling with his SpeedUp bike and a very good race pace that allows him to be confident in the possibility of a podium finish. Positive qualifying also for Alex De Angelis that barely misses the second row, proving to be very fast at Valencia. The rider from San Marino still has some chatter but believes it will not prevent him from doing a good race.
Further down the grid are teammates Mattia Pasini and Ricky Cardus, qualifying in 16th and 18th place respectively for the race. Both riders want to show the true potential of their bike and end the season with the best possible result.
Ricky Cardus: “It has been a very hard qualifying session, I am at 1.2 seconds from the pole and the other riders are all within almost the same lap time. We have worked well this weekend but we are still missing something. This will be my last race with the team, I want to finish with a good result to thank the team in the best possible way.”
Source: Forward Racing