(Motorinformed.com) – After the home game in Misano, Lucio Pedercini pulled the ripcord and separated from driver Samuele Cavalieri. In none of the nine races in Aragon, Estoril and Misano had Cavalieri made it into the points with his Kawasaki ZX-10RR.
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Pedercini driver Samuele Cavalieri followed with last year’s Kawasaki
A 17th place in the Superpole race at Misano was Cavalieri’s best result. In contrast to Pedercini teammate Loris Cresson, Cavalieri had to struggle with the 2020 version of the Kawasaki ZX-10RR.
At the upcoming WSBK event in Donington, Pedercini relies on the services of local hero Luke Mossey. The 28-year-old Brit already drove for Pedercini in the 2018 season and replaced Yonny Hernandez at the race weekend in Donington. He finished 17th and 14th.
“We are happy to welcome Luke to the team again,” commented Lucio Pedercini. “He’s not under pressure this weekend. We are confident that he will do a great job.”