Remy ready to push harder after an “okay” start in Misano
The Tech3 Racing Team team kicked off their San Marino Grand Prix campaign with a determined effort on the Adriatic coast today.
Remy Gardner suffered a fall in the morning, but bravely returned to the track and then, in FP2, he pushed non-stop before ending up only 0.052 behind his teammate Xavi Vierge. The action resumes tomorrow at 10:55 with FP3.
“Overall it was an ok day but we have to keep pushing. This morning, I had a small crash and I think I fell on a wet patch of asphalt. I damaged my finger, but I went back out on the track. Then, in the afternoon, FP2 was better yet, we are still searching for some more with the bike and the handling. We need to work hard this evening so that we can be ready for tomorrow, where I will do my best like always.”
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