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“Subsequent yr we are going to see one other Luca”


Luca Marini had a tough first MotoGP season, however Valentino Rossi is betting on his brother’s potential: “He’ll struggle for vital positions”.

Luca Marini dominated the 100 km of Champions, however his first season in MotoGP was not so glad. Remaining 19th place with 41 factors behind his brother Valentino Rossi at 44, two top-10s in 18 GPs with out ever having a retirement. Within the problem contained in the storage Enea Bastianini received (two podiums), the one Ducati rider to by no means hit a podium. However this was not the season during which nice outcomes have been anticipated from the rookie.

From subsequent yr he’ll have the ability to depend on a Ducati manufacturing facility and a technical workers partly inherited from his older brother. “At first he had extra issues than anticipated – defined Valentino Rossi -. From my viewpoint they weren’t following the suitable path concerning the bike and its place, however this occurs as a result of it is not simple within the rookie season. He nonetheless has to enhance within the race, particularly firstly and within the first laps he should attempt to be extra aggressive. In my view, subsequent yr we are going to see one other Luca who will have the ability to struggle for vital placingsthe”.

Luca Marini’s flashes within the 2021 MotoGP season have been fifth place in Austria within the flag-to-flag race and the entrance row at Misano. The primary two races in Qatar served as checks, he needed to begin from his place on the bike. It was not simple to check the perfect ergonomics for a 184 cm tall rider. “However once I have a look at the place I began and the place I’m now, then I’m glad. I’ve improved as a driver and as an individual. In the long run it was a optimistic season from my viewpoint. I knew it was going to be tough to purpose excessive. So I simply tried to get as a lot expertise as doable, all the time end races, go all the way in which, perceive and be taught“.

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