Remy determined to fight through the pack after tough Valencia qualifying
Remy Gardner endured a challenging qualifying session and will begin the sprint from the eighth row of the grid.
Nevertheless, the young Australian seeks to bounce back and fight to the flag to close the weekend with a solid performance.
“It was a bad qualifying and I can’t hide my disappointment. My personal best today was slower than the time that I rode last year, which makes the situation even more annoying. I really struggled and I just didn’t have a good feeling. We need to make some changes for tomorrow and we have work to do tonight. However, I’ll do my best as always to fight.”
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