Despite recently announcing his retirement, Loris Capirossi heads to Aragon for this weekend’s MotoGP as one of the new boys on the track – Capirossi was forced to miss the race last last year due to injury.
“At 38 years old, and a few races away from my retirement, it’s funny to think of myself as a newcomer. It will be my first time at Aragon, as I missed last year’s race. It will be interesting to get to know another track, but of course I’ll be starting off with a disadvantage compared to the other riders. I’ll give it my all, like always. I want to finish out my career with a smile.”
Randy De Puniet:
“I’m still a little disappointed for the misstep at Misano. After the nice race at Indy, I thought I could do it again in Italy, but something didn’t go right. We must do a good job and try to immediately find the right setup for the bike at Aragon. I like the track, which is very complex and technical. I want to get a nice result.”
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