Another top 10 finish for Bulega in Valencia GP, crash for Pons
Nicolò Bulega has scored another top ten finish at Valencia and a little continuity of results in what has been so far a challenging season for the standard bearer of Team Federal Oil Moto2. A ninth place in the #ValenciaGP for the young Italian rider, who is building a solid base for 2021.
No luck for Edgar Pons who could not find the right race pace and, with two laps to go, he was forced to retire following a crash at turn two. Time to start back for the #57, who will have the last chance of the season in less than a week at Portimao.
“We’ve scored another good result and I’m quite happy. We need to keep this approach to races and approach to work, which is finally bearing fruits. Now comes Portimao, where we’ve never raced before, and we’ll try to wrap up this 2020 the best way possible.”
“A difficult race and a poor result. There was a lot of wind on the track, and the race pace was a lot slower compared to general expectations. I’m disappointed especially because we’re running out of chances for a good result, and I’m sorry for the team who are working hard and they deserve it. We’ll work hard also in the last race of the season.”