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Pol Espargaro: “It turned out to be a disaster”

Pol Espargaro: “It turned out to be a disaster”

Pol Espargaro’s promising weekend was cruelly cut short after falling on the first lap at turn 11 due to Scott Redding crashing into him.

The 23 year old started the day competitively in 5th during a wet warm up session with high hopes of riding to a top finish in the race. Nevertheless, the young Spaniard will remain focused and will look to make amends by clinching a top result in Argentina next week.

Pol Espargaro:
”Of course, I am disappointed as we definitely didn’t deserve this result. It was a tricky weekend but we were always inside the top seven and although qualifying unfortunately didn’t go to plan, I was confident of a good result. This was despite starting from the third row, which didn’t make it any easier. Regarding the incident, sadly there are still riders who think that they can win the race on the first lap even though there are 20 more to ride. It’s ridiculous but we can’t do anything about it now so we will continue working, yet we can’t hide our disappointment. Today could have been a good day but it turned out to be a disaster by something that wasn’t in our hands. I will now focus on Argentina next week where I intend to score a top finish."

MotoGP, 2015, RED BULL GRAND PRIX OF THE AMERICAS, RAC, Pol Espargaro, Monster Yamaha Tech 3

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