As it turned out, Pere Tutusaus had the peculiar distinction of being the only Team Aspar rider to finish in either 125cc or 250cc races at Jerez on Sunday, taking a solid and well-deserved 19th place in the final results.
Even so, Pere was not completely satisfied with his showing, and – according to quotes on dailymotos.com – is aware that could still give more:
“I feel that I am still not at the level that I would like. I feel as if other riders are one step ahead of me. I am a bit disappointed because I wanted to do the very best possible in Jerez. Now I must move on to Portugal. Estoril is a circuit that I know well and on which I hope to do better…”
Whilst it’s understandable he wants to do better, let’s bear in mind that he’s still only done 2 *proper* world championship races, so he shouldn’t be too hard on himself.
He’s coming along nicely – and I’ll be only too happy to see him do better and better, but I’ll not be down on him if it takes a few more races yet… 🙂
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