Petrucci Will Return To MotoGP Action At Le Mans

Petrucci Will Return To MotoGP Action At Le Mans

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Petrux is ready! Back on track for the Grand Prix de France: “I can’t wait to be at Le Mans”

Danilo Petrucci will be back on Octo Pramac Yakhnich Ducati Desmosedici GP from the free practices of the French Grand Prix, that will be held at Le Mans circuit next week. Petrux returns on track six weeks after the second surgery on his right hand which was necessary after the new injury in Qatar.

Octo Pramac Yakhnich wants to thank Michele Pirro who replaced Danilo Petrucci in the last three races in Argentina, US and Spain working hard with great dedication and professionalism. Good luck to Michele for all his future engagements. #ForzaDucati

Danilo Petrucci – Octo Pramac Yakhnich #9

“I trained a lot in the last few weeks. This time I did things more calmly, waiting for my body to give me permission to train. I’m happy to be back and I feel good. Of course we must see the reaction to the first impact with the track as the intense workout made at home certainly cannot be compared to a race weekend. But I’m very confident. I want to thank all the people who helped me, my trainer Marco Baglioni, Tommaso, Filippo, and my brother Francesco who have trained with me, pushing me every day. I also want to thank the Medical Frem of Terni who provided me with all the tools for physiotherapy and Dr. Tarallo, from the team of prof. Catani, who operated me. Then a big thank to all my fans for their support. I can’t wait to be at Le Mans and I hope I can soon give to all of them so much satisfaction”.

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