Álvaro Bautista: “Brno isn’t one of my favourite tracks, but I think it’s a good opportunity to get a good result because it’s a...

Álvaro Bautista: “Brno isn’t one of my favourite tracks, but I think it’s a good opportunity to get a good result because it’s a fast track which should in theory suit my Aprilia. I am keen to get back on track because I wasn’t at 100% physically last time out, and I think I could have fought for victory if I had have been. I want to be at the front from the off this weekend, I need to take as many points as possible off Aoyama. My elbow is much better, although still a bit swollen the wound is healing well and I think by Friday it should be all back to normal. I spent these two weeks relaxing and spending time with my family as we had two very important events. They were two busy family weeks, but I continued training hard. I was also at the race in La Bañeza which I really enjoyed and I got to feel the support of the fans.”

Mike Di Meglio: “Brno is a complicated circuit, which is fast and where you have to work hard to get the set-up right. I aim to be as focused as I was in England, putting in all the hard work with the team in practice and then following it up in the race. It’s important to get a good rhythm going in the Czech Republic, because if not it’s easy to lose ground quickly. I hope to be back at the front like in the UK, not make any mistakes and give the team another positive result. They are working so hard for me, and thanks to them I am more confident every time I sit on the Aprilia, so I’d like to repay them. My objective will be to keep picking up experience on the bike, trying to improve every time I am on track, and with this mentality I’m sure the results will come. These last two weeks I stayed at home to relax a little and I think it did me some good. I’m very eager to get back to work though.”

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