Bo Bendsneyder to realize that he was on Sunday, luck has had a hard crash in the Moto2 race at the Dutch TT of Assen (nl). The twenty-year-old Rotterdam-based Dutch driver of the SPEED for RW Racing GP and bring on the track, but it suffers “only” a couple of bruises.
“It was even worse the time, and I think that there’s an angel on my shoulder, and sat on it,” said Bendsneyder, despite the fact that his race after just two laps on Saturday, is relieved that, in a first reaction.
“Simone Corsi ran out of space in my brake lever, and, therefore, I flew from the engine. I have moved all over the road and saw the drivers get to drive. I was really lucky that no-one me with her. It was a bit of a schrikmomentje.”
The fall was more or less a symbol of a failed TT is for Bendsneyder. His mechanics have worked for the past few days, three times in the round, and got the motor, but it is not in the correct alignment.
“Afterwards it is very easy to talk to, but in the top fifteen had to have been there, I think. I was eager to start and was very good at it, but yes, you have to finish the race”, sighed he.
My current team that I haven’t
Bendsneyder, that is, in the world cup to the 24th position fell by only five points, the gaze is already on to the next round, in about a week, at the German Sachsenring.
“It’s a different circuit, so the engine may have to act in a different way. We will not give up on us, even though it’s a bit disappointing. The team is behind me and is also working very hard.”
“I would like to make for next year, with a fast rider to be included in the team. My current team (South Africa), Steven Odendaal, eds.) I won’t, it’s too slow. That’s why we can not compare, and we also learn to be a little bit.”
Team manager Jarno Janssen was especially pleased that the Bendsneyder nothing to be desired after the slider along the road, but it was a lot of joy out of the crew of the Dutch team in the world CHAMPIONSHIP road race.
“In a crash, it is not the manner in which your crew want to shut down. It is a very, very sad. Bo was a very difficult weekend; we were there, but it’s not in the right mood, with the engine to create it.”
Vinales wins the MotoGP race in Assen, the netherlands, Bendsneyder is early on in the Moto2