Bormes-Les-Mimosas, France: Tech3 Yamaha rider, Johann Zarco, hopes to get back on the podium while racing at Austin Circuit, the United States on Sunday, April 22, 2018, local time. However, he admitted the 5.5 kilometers long circuit is difficult to pass because it has a lot of corners that cause the drivers difficulty in spurring their iron horse.
Previously, the French rider was successfully grabbed the second podium while racing at Circuit Termas de Rio Hondo, on Sunday, April 9, 2018. Therefore, Zarco is optimistic to repeat his positive results in the United States.
In the midst of Yamaha disease that never healed from last season, Zarco admitted to having good feelings with his motor racing. He promised to prepare the right motorcycle settings to get good results in the first free practice session that will begin this weekend.
“The Austin circuit is a very difficult trajectory because it has 20 bends that are not easy to go very fast. But after a good podium in Argentina, I’m still very happy about the feelings I can get from the bike, “Zarco said, as quoted by Road Racing World.
“I hope to have this great feeling in the first free practice session on Friday to prepare for the race in the best way and can fight to get another podium. Why do you not think about your first win too? I dream and I want to make it happen as much as possible, “he finished.
As we have seen, Zarco made impressive appearances in the first two races of 2018 MotoGP. Although he was eighth in the opening race at SIrkuit Losail, Qatar, the 27-year-old was able to pay for his mistake by finishing third in the race in Argentina.
Zarco is currently third in the MotoGP 2018 standings with 28 points. He is right behind Ducati Corse rider Andrea Dovizioso who finished second with 35 points and LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow with 38 points in the first place.
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