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NGM Mobile Forward Racing riders put up a good fight at Silverstone. Simone Corsi started the race from the 22nd place on the grid... Cardus looking forward to Misano after competitive weekend at Silverstone

Ricky CardusNGM Mobile Forward Racing riders put up a good fight at Silverstone. Simone Corsi started the race from the 22nd place on the grid at Silverstone and manages an extraordinary comeback at the British Grand Prix by crossing the finish line in 9th place. Teammate Mattia Pasini finished right behind him in 10th place with his SpeedUp bike. Both NGM Mobile riders Corsi and Pasini put up a good fight to Zarco and Espargaro.

We also find Alex De Angelis in the Top15, who remained in the initial race traffic but managed to remain in the points by finishing in 14th place. The Spaniard Ricky Cardús finished just outside the points in 17th place.

After the three back-to-back races the time has come for NGM Mobile Forward Racing riders to head back home. The next round will take place in Misano in two weeks time.

Ricky Cardus – 17th “It was not a bad weekend for us: I had a good start today but on the first laps I was blocked by the traffic, I believe I might have had contact with someone and that might be the reason why I lost some positions. I managed to get back in the game and finished the race in the same group with Alex. Right after catching up I got a really bad cramp on the leg, making me lose concentration. Towards the end of the race I was with Schrötter and Krummenacher, unable to reach the group in front of us. We have been very competitive in every single session this weekend, we seem to have found the right working system and I am looking forward to Misano.”

Source: Forward Racing