12th place for Aldeguer in #IndianGP, 22nd for Lopez

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The thirteenth round of the Moto 2 Championship recently ended, which saw the GT Trevisan riders close the last day of the Indian Grand Prix in P12 and P22.

A turbulent start to the race in which the direction was forced to wave the red flag and have the drivers return to the pits due to a major accident. With the quick re-start procedure, the drivers then restarted from their original positions, completing no longer 18 but 12 total laps. López immediately made a good start and found himself in the top five after a few corners. The contact with Dixon in turn 4, however, altered his performance, finishing the race in P22. Unfortunately, due to the collision with driver number 96, the management imposed a penalty on Alonso, he will serve a double long lap at the Japanese Grand Prix.

After a rather uphill weekend, team 54 managed to finish the race in the points. At the second start, with an excellent start, Aldeguer recovered eight positions, jumping from P23 to P15. A constant pace and a solid performance then allowed Fermin to reach the finish line in P12, concluding a complicated weekend in the points.

ALDEGUER #54 – 12th

I’m quite happy with the race because, given the results of the first few days, today could certainly have gone worse. Racing on a totally new circuit is definitely not easy. Obviously, we will continue to study to try to make more and more progress.

LÓPEZ #21 – 22nd

We had a good pace but unfortunately the race didn’t go as we hoped. We made a good start and I continued my race despite the collision with another rider. I did what I could but by now I had wasted too much time. We will continue to work!

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