Hector Barbera goes to Mugello knowing that he needs to show a quick turn-around in results, in what has been a pretty disappointing season so far.
Barbera and the Aspar Ducati team have vowed to make a variety of set-up changes to boost results – however, Mugello is a tough and demanding track with lots of challenging corners, as well as having the longest straight on the GP calendar, so they have got their work cut out for themselves.
“We saw at Assen that the set-up we have been working with has no room to progress so we decided to take a step backwards. The idea is to take one step back and two forwards so we plan to go back to something more like the set-up we had at the start of the year, which we have drifted away from lately. We can’t afford to have another race like the one in Holland so this weekend we will be working around the clock to be ready for the race. I like Mugello and I hope that the weather is good to us so that we can complete all the work we have planned.”
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