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Unlucky Bonache keen to fight back

Unlucky Bonache keen to fight back

Unlucky Bonache keen to fight back

On his first appearance with the LG Galicia Mobile team last weekend at Brno, Spaniard David Bonache was plagued by mechanical glitches. Despite little track time and reliability issues, Bonache was still able to complete the race and come home in 26th position.

"It was a really tough weekend, I didn't have any previous experience at this track and I missed most of the practice on Saturday as the engine let me down," explained Bonache. "So when we got to race, the set-up of the bike was far from being ideal, but the truth is that there wasn't any other option."

Bonache will be back on the track this weekend as he is also taking part in the 125 Buckler Spanish Championship. After taking fourth in the last round of that Championship at Brno, he's now aiming for a top-three result to lift his spirits.
"I hope to bounce back this weekend at Jerez. I want to fight for victory and at least get onto the podium. I'm determined to do well and it's a track I know and I enjoy."

Once he has competed this weekend, he will have to get ready for the Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi, the first in a run of four GPs held in four weeks.
"I'm really looking forward to the fly-away races, I'm eager to learn the new tracks, but also to improve as a rider. I know that we don't have the means of other teams, but we have to make the most of what we have to put up a good fight. I hope that I will be able to get some good results in the last couple of races, in Turkey on a track where nobody has ridden before and in Valencia which I know well."

Tags:
125cc, 2005, GAULOISES GRAND PRIX ČESKÉ REPUBLIKY

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