Jul 9, 2013
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From a press release
issued by NGM Mobile Forward Racing
NGM Mobile Forward Racing riders head to Sachsenring
The 8th round of the season takes the NGM Mobile Forward Racing riders Colin Edwards, Claudio Corti, Simone Corsi, Alex De Angelis, Mattia Pasini and Ricky Cardús to Sachsenring for the Germany GP.
Colin Edwards and Claudio Corti want to leave behind a rather complicated weekend at Assen, maintaining a positive mindset to repeat the results achieved at Barcelona. Both riders look forward to the German GP with set goals: to get in the points and improve last year’s result of second best CRT.
In Moto2 the pressure is on. After an unfortunate crash at Assen, Simone Corsi wants to make up for the little mistake that made him crash during the Dutch race. Teammates Mattia Pasini and Alex De Angelis will be fighting for the top positions and Ricky Cardús will be aiming to be in the Top15.
“I like the Sachsering track, we actually had a decent result last year there. The German fans have always been special too so its always fun to go. Looking forward to it.”
“I go to Sachsenring after a difficult race at Assen but feeling confident for this eighth round and hoping we will have something new to use this weekend. The goal remains to get in the points and reduce the gap with the ART bikes. The German track is not particularly one of my favorite ones but I will still give it 100%.”
“I can’t wait for this weekend to begin! Unfortunately at Assen it didn’t go well at all and both my team and I want to start off the weekend well and do a good result! I really like the Sachsenring track and that makes me remain optimistic.”
Alex De Angelis
“I can’t hide the fact that the German track is one of my favorites. I have been many time on the podium at Sachsenring and I will do my best this weekend to be in the fight for it again.”
“I can’t wait to get to Sachsenring and leave behind Assen. We did a great job Thursday and Friday but the Saturday morning crash during warm up compromised the race for me. The Assen race result does not represent in any case the work done throughout the weekend by the team. I want to make up for it here in Germany before the summer break.”
“The race at Sachsenring will be the last one before the summer holidays. I have intensified my training in these last two weeks to be ready for this race and do my best result yet before we all go on vacation. At Assen I was able to finish the race close to the points after crashing in the two previous races, my goal now it to finish in the points zone.”