Catalunya GP –
Haciendo estiramientos y recuperación // Doing some stretching and recovery exercises. pic.twitter.com/nrVMsIuAm0
— TitoRabat (@TitoRabat) 27 maggio 2016
Tito Rabat continues the rehabilitation after surgery on the collarbone. The Spaniard broke his left collarbone in a fall during the third session of Mugello GP’s free practice. In the surgery, the application of a titanium plate with eight screws of the same material stabilized the fracture. The team has not been decided yet the date of return to the track. The pilot is hoping to run again in Catalunya GP.
Desconectando en Ibiza con los amigos de @redbull!
Disconnecting in Ibiza with the Red Bull friends! pic.twitter.com/cgp1tUSC6Y
— Marc Márquez (@marcmarquez93) 27 maggio 2016
A Yamaha faster than a Honda in the straight is rare. For many years, Honda is in the first places in the top speed’s ranking at each Grand Prix, bypassed only by very fast Ducati. “That nervous lose so, right on the finish line.” said Marquez after Mugello race. “But I have to look on the bright side. We scored 20 points, while last year we returned home empty-handed. ” However, contrary to what one might think, the problem does not lie in the insufficient power of the engine. The Honda showed once again respectable speeds, greater than those of Yamaha and inferior only to Ducati (346 km/h for Marc, 341 for Jorge). The real problem is the traction. Meanwhile, Marquez relaxes in Ibiza before Catalunya GP.
Catalunya GP: Stoner is in Italy again
I have loved every minute of being in #Rome the past 2 days! The most incredible city I have visited. 🇮🇹 pic.twitter.com/WlPjc4C7Q4
— Adriana Stoner (@adri_stoner) 27 maggio 2016
Casey Stoner is a boy of few words, but never banal when he talks. The double world champion was present at the Grand Prix of Italy and spoke about Valentino Rossi. “Lorenzo was one of his teammates. He thought he could get inside his head, but it wasn’t possible. Jorge knocked him out, maybe not having to fight him will help him.” Some say the Valentino Rossi this year is faster than last year, but Stoner disagrees. “In 2015 at this time had already won two races and always went to the podium, I don’t think he’s stronger this year.” Lorenzo will be next year with Ducati and Stoner is happy. “Engage Lorenzo was necessary for his experience. In my entire career, 125, 250 and MotoGP, I struggled against him. I have a great respect for Jorge. It will be interesting to see things from his point of view, understand how it works, see what he wants from the bike. It will be exciting to work with him.” The Australian champion is in Rome on holiday before returning to work for Catalunya GP.