For Álvaro Bautista there was good and a bad news during the weekend of Assen.The good was that he achieved his best result of the season, but the bad is that it was only a fifth place.And, in addition, he fell into the other two races of the event, so he leaves with few points of Assen.
As Bautista got a good result, the rumors that spoke of a possible return of the Spanish pilot to Ducati emerged.Something that Bautista has cut dry, even talking about a possible renewal with Honda before the end of his contract at the end of this year.
Baptist's weekend began quite uphill, with a hard fall during the first race, Saturday, which forced him to leave.Despite the revolcon, Bautista was able to leave physically unharmed, but that did not prevent him from falling back into the superpole Race of Sunday morning.
"Both in race 1 and superpole we could have made good results, but I lost the front wheel at a fast point.I did nothing to the other world, I simply began to pilot in a more natural way.I am a little angry, "said Bautista about those two lost opportunities.
However, in the second long race there was revenge.Bautista took advantage of the pickle created by Garrett Gerloff in the first curve to win some positions, and then made a race from less to more, hunting even Michael Ruben Rinaldi in recent turns.He didn't stay far from Chaz Davies.
In the end, a fifth position that is the best result of the year for Bautist."This is the result of the work we are doing.I hope to continue like that in the next races, "said Bautista.
On the second race, the Talaverano added that "I have taken it as more calmly, but going on alert and without trusting me.I have not piloted in a natural way, but I have understood where the motorcycle limit was.I have been able to overcome and take good pace.We have to greatly improve the motorcycle ".
In spite, which leaves it last highlighted in the General of Constructors.
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