Rizla Suzuki have arrived in Sepang for this weekend’s Malaysian MotoGP, and Loris Capirossi is out to avenge the electrical issues that caused him to retire from the Japanese MotoGP whilst in the hunt for a top 6 finish.
This weekend marks the 20th Anniversary of the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix.
“I am really looking forward to this weekend because this is one of my favourite tracks and one of the only ones that I will ride at this year with some reference points for a MotoGP bike. That will help me from the start and make sure that I can work on setting the bike up immediately. I like this track a lot and I have good memories about the place, I still hold the 125cc lap record, so I know how to go around here quickly – I now need to do that on a MotoGP bike. I am sure we can get a good result here in Sepang and be up in that top six where we should be.”
“We showed last week that we have the pace to run closer to the front and it was a very good weekend for us – except for the very end. I am sure we can repeat, or even better that performance here this weekend. I love the Sepang circuit and really enjoy racing there, so hopefully we can get on with everything right from the start and be able to show what we can do.”
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