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RACE:2016 MFJ ALL JAPAN ROADRACE CHAMPIONSHIP Round.9 SUPERBIKE RACE in SUZUKA
CLASS:J-GP2
QUALIFYING:2nd
RACE:2nd
CIRCUIT:SUZUKA Circuit(1周=5,821m)

Nov 6(Race) - Daijiro Hiura Ends His Season with 2nd Position.

The race day for the final round of All Japan Road Race Championship “MFJ GRAND PRIX SUPERBIKE RACE in SUZUKA” took place. The weather condition was perfect throughout the weekend and many MORIWAKI fans showed up from early morning to see Daijiro in the morning practice, making the final few adjustments to the bike.

Exactly 2 p.m. the race started. Starting from second position Daijiro made a decent start however, the pole sitter did not make a single mistake as well and Daijiro misses the hole shot in the first corner. Coming back to the control line in second position however in lap 2 Daijiro drops back to 4th position. Daijiro with an amazing concentration, gains back the 2nd position by lap 4 however, the leader gains more gap by the time Daijiro came back up. As he said after qualifying yesterday, that he wanted to pace in between the 2’10 and 2’11 zone during the race, he had done so by marking 2’10.997 in lap 8 and charges for the lead however, he could not quite close the gap enough to overtake and ends the race with satisfying but unsatisfying 2nd position.

In the beginning of the season, Daijiro struggled however, after Okayama round and competing selectively in the Asia Road Race Championship, Daijiro had come back to the podium once again with 2nd place finish. Also in this race, there were two MD600 in the podium finish including Daijiro. Kousuke Sakumoto from Team RSC Koutake that MORIWAKI Racing is supporting finished 3rd. With this good mood coming back to the team, MORIWAKI Racing will develop and evolve to a new level next year. Can not wait to see Daijiro in the top podium spot in 2017.

Daijiro Hiura
“Comparing back to the beginning of the season, a 2nd place finish looks very well done but I was only aiming for the win so I am purely not satisfied and disappointed to myself since this race in Suzuka was the home Grand Prix not just for me but for the team as well. I had a good start and actually was not bad to be in the second place to chase the leader however, it all went wrong from the lap two dropping back to the group. By the time I gained back the position the leader was gone that’s my reflection point. I was able to ride in the pace I wanted and everything was going in the right direction. The beginning of the season I could not race the way I wanted and crashed few times but after competing in the Asia Road Race Championship in India I was able to break through and then came the Suzuka race weekend. From the beginning of the day everything went just perfect. Next year I will definitely be looking in a higher level of racing and also adjust myself during the off season. I want to thank everyone who supported me throughout the year and I will see you next year!”

DATA-Nov 6, 2016 Race

Nov 5(Qualifying) - Season Best 2nd Place and All is Set for the Victory.

Final round of All Japan Road Racing Championship began here in Suzuka. 

In this final round of the season, a special free practice session was held from Thursday. It is the home Grand Prix for MORIWAKI Racing and for Daijiro himself as well and all was set. To prove the point, from the beginning of this race week, MORIWAKI Racing and Daijiro have had a great start. Daijiro gained a hint of the setting from competing in the Asia Road Racing Championship India Round. Daijiro then put to practice the setting of the bike he raced at India to the MD600. In the Thursday special free practice session, Daijiro times the chart of 2’12.146 seconds and ends 2nd overall. On Friday’s A.R.T Sessions, tops chart at the first session and 2nd in the second session with a best time of 2’10.969.

With perfect weather condition, a warmer temperature than usual, the 10 minute session of J-GP2 official qualifying began at half past noon. With very little setup changes Daijiro went out to the track to simulate the race with the race tyres and was able to constantly lap in the 2’11 second zone and comes back to the pits. Changing the tyres to the qualifying set, Daijiro lapped his best time of the race week with 2’10.587 and grabbed 2nd position. Daijiro and MORIWAKI Racing is set for the hi standards and excel at Suzuka with the perfect bike and the best suited rider, of course will aim the top of the podium for tomorrow’s race.

Daijiro Hiura
“2nd grid is not bad at all however, I was aiming for the pole position only so I am a little disappointed. I have only been in the first or second position in every session this race week so my goal for tomorrow is to have a rocket start as always and take the lead from the beginning and lead the group to the checkered flag with myself in the top position. After the disaster in Okayama I had a chance to race in the Asia Road Racing Championship and I gained a hint from riding the machine other than the MD600. I thought maybe I can do the same to the MD600 and the setting went very well. It was very good since I had a chance to race a different bike and I was able to learn a setup from a different point of view. Suzuka is my favorite course and I had the confidence to be in the position to lead no matter what but the setting of the bike went perfect and I have learned that I can pace constantly in the 2’11 seconds zone so if things go smooth, then I can definitely aim for the win tomorrow and of course grab the victory as a present for the team and the fans.”

DATA-Nov 5, 2016 Qualifying

DATA
RACE:2016 MFJ ALL JAPAN ROADRACE CHAMPIONSHIP Round.8 SUPERBIKE RACE in OKAYAMA
CLASS:J-GP2
QUALIFYING:8th
RACE:15th
CIRCUIT:OKAYAMA International(3.703km)

Sep 25th(Race) - Daijiro Hiura, 15th Finish from an Engine Stall

The official race of Round 8 All Japan Road Racing Championship “SUPERBIKE RACE in OKAYAMA” began. Daijiro had scheduled to change back the setup on his bike however, with rainy condition the team and Daijiro decided not to change back and made few adjustments in the front the went out to check the feeling on the 15 minute morning free practice.

The race was scheduled to start at 5 past 11 A.M. however, the clouds covered the course and started to rain. Therefore the start was delayed and the 19 lap race was shortened to 17 lap race. Daijiro, starting from 8th gained three positions and came back 5th in the first lap.

Top runners were timing in the 1’33.3 to 1’33.5 seconds line and in the third lap, Daijiro laps 1’33.481 and charges for the lead however, after “Piper Corner” (Turn 7) suddenly the engine stalled. Daijiro could not understand what happened at the moment and for safety reasons, Daijiro goes off the track and refires the engine and joined back to the track at the tail end. After the mysterious stall, the engine was perfectly fine and Daijiro charges back and by lap 10 he came back to 15th position.

After lap 10 the rain started to become a major problem and many riders started to crash including the rider who was running in first position. The race director decided to stop the race with this weather condition and red flag was applied. As a result the position by completing lap 10 was applied due to the rule book and Daijiro finished the race in 15th. It was very unfortunate for Daijiro however, the final round awaits MORIWAKI Racing and Daijiro for the home grand prix in Suzuka. Lastly, the winner of this race went to Team Koutake RSC rider Kousuke Sakumoto. From this year Moriwaki is supporting Team Koutake RSC by providing the MD600.

Daijiro Hiura
“I have decided not to change back the setup and checked the feeling of the bike in the morning practice and felt quite comfortable. I got the start how I wanted and came back 5th in the first lap. This was a big step for myself and it was not a big hassle for me to catch up to the leaders so I started to push harder but then suddenly after Piper Corner (Turn 7) the bike suddenly stalled. Maybe it was an electrical problem I shut the ignition and turned back on and turned the cell and engine started again so I was able to go back out. This problem never happened this week up until then and I think I just had a bad luck. From last round and here I did not have a good flow so by the next round I will get back the flow and also it will be Suzuka and home grand prix for myself and the team so I do have confidence to win no matter what.”

DATA-Spe 25,2016 Race

Sep 24th(Qualifying) - Daijiro Hiura Placing 8th Spot in the Pocket. 11 Machines Coming Within 0.7 Seconds.

Round 8 of All Japan Road Racing Championship took place at Okayama International Circuit in Okayama prefecture.

Daijiro having an unfortunate race last round at Motegi, the team and himself quickly switched their minds and have prepared the tasks to get through to this round.

On Friday’s A.R.T Test session Daijiro comes 7th overall with the time of 1’33.356 with course condition being a little unfair with wet patches here and there. A hurricane hit Japan this week and sunshine was unseen the entire week.

In the official qualifying session however, the sunshine brought a dry course condition. Although with high humidity it was a very humid qualifying session. Just 10 before 11 A.M. the 40 minute qualifying session started and Daijiro goes out to the track. With big setting changes in the front area in the test session, Daijiro had the setting direction in the right way however, it was not perfectly in the sweet spot and struggles with three setup changes in three pit stops altogether. Despite having to change the setup three times, Daijiro puts down a time of 1’32.707 lapping the fastest lap of the weekend and this is actually updating his qualifying time of last year. A fierce battle for the pole position took place in this qualifying session and from the pole position to 11th position on the grid the time difference is only 0.754. Daijiro made the rocket start at Motegi last round, hope to do the same and to be in the battle for the lead again for tomorrow.

Daijiro Hiura
“My condition is not so bad at all actually. The setting is not progressing very well at the moment with big changes to the front and still getting the hang of it. On tomorrow’s morning free practice I will change back the settings to before and get the feel for the race. Lessons learned from last race in Motegi and found the sweet spot for the setting but it seems to be a little different in this course. Despite having to change the settings several times I feel that I am not well off the pace from the leaders so I hope have the rocket start like last race and be in the battle for first and aim for the victory.”

DATA-Sep 24,2016 Qualifying

DATA
RACE:2016 MFJ ALL JAPAN ROADRACE CHAMPIONSHIP Round.6 MOTEGI 2&4 RACE
CLASS:J-GP2
QUALIFYING:8th
RACE:14th
CIRCUIT:MOTEGI(4.801km)

Aug 21th(Race) - Daijiro Hiura Cachtes a Point from a Crash and a Disapointing 14th Finish

Round 6 of All Japan Road Racing Championship "TWIN RING MOTEGI 2&4 RACE" welcomes the race day.

Expected rain forcast had gone and the weather condition was a perfect sunny day. Daijiro returns the setup of his bike back to the expected qualifying setup and used all the 20 minute morning session with a long run of 11 laps and constatly lapping in the 1 minute 55 second area. Feeling very content with the bike Daijiro had a positive feeling towards the race.

Daijiro with a rocket start leaves the grid and comes back in 4th position in the opening lap. With the confidence he earned in the morning practice Daijiro charges for the top position. However Daijiro got passed from a rider on the S Corner and tried to gain back the position in the V Corner from the outside but this was a wise mistake from Daijiro the front of the bike slipped and falls from the bike ending up to a crash.

Immediately Daijiro goes back to the track however he rejoins the race in 26th. Fortunately the bike and the rider had almost no damage and Daijiro charges back. Dispite having a crash Daijiro marks a time of 1'55.778 on lap 13 and gains back to 14th position and goes through the checkered flag.

It was a very unfortunate redult however, Daijiro was able to bring back the data for 22 laps of the race and earned 7 points in the rankings.

Daijiro Hiura
"I was able to ride with constant fast laps in the morning practice so I was very confident for the race. I had an unbelievable start and got to 4th position and when i tried to aim for the 3rd position fron the outside I went a little too much and the front tyre slipped. I rejoined the race as quickly as possible however, with the crash I made the balance of the bike was gone and I could not go any faster and finished the 22 lap race. I am truely sorry for the team since they did an oustanding job for me and the bike. Only 2 more rounds left however, I will do my best to reach to the top of the podium at Okayama and Suzuka."

DATA-Aug 21,2016 Race

Aug 20th(Qualifying) - Daijiro Hiura Aiming the Top Position from 8th Place

From 2 months of interval, the 6th round of All Japan Road Race Championship began at Twin Ring Motegi in Tochigi providence.

Back in May, the setting output did not turn in his favor and had to face a steady race in Motegi however, in the test session Daijiro found a solution and his lap times were surely coming to his favor. In Friday's ART Test Session the weather condition was farely well dispite having a heavy shower the day before. This weekend, Super Formula is also taking place and for the riders it is a good news that the rubber on the track will be pretty good from the formula cars. On the first run Daijiro comes 6th with a time of 1'55.363 and in his second run simulating the race he took a long run and comes 8th overall and ends his day with a time of 1'55.424.

In the official qualifying session, dispite the effect of hurricane the weather condition had recovered and with few wet patches here and there Daijiro goes out to the track with dry tyres and comes 3rd place in his first run.

With the change of the track condition Daijiro comes back to the pits and adjusts the rate of the springs and goes back out for the time attack. At this time with heavy traffic, Daijiro only had two clear laps and comes 8th place over all with a weekend best time of 1'55.014. Definitely not content with the starting position however, with a good mood in the whole team and Daijiro will be aiming to the top position.

Daijiro Hiura
"With my mistake I only had 2 clear laps and this is the only reason I could not put my time to the 54 seconds area. I definitly had a good feeling with the bike and I had the confidence to put my time in the 54 seconds area. I found the setup for the bike on Friday however, having to run after the Super Formula sesison I had to adjust a little more since the track tempreture had risen from the last Super Formula session. It was a little unfortunate for me since the grip level had faded a little from Yesterday and I could not try my best. I am however feeling very positive with this result and I will be ready for the race no matter what the weather forcast says. The team and myself will be ready."

DATA-Aug 20,2016 Qualifying

DATA
RACE:2016 MFJ ALL JAPAN ROADRACE CHAMPIONSHIP Round.5 SUGO SUPERBIKE 120mile RACE
CLASS:J-GP2
QUALIFYING:3rd
RACE:3rd
CIRCUIT:SPORTSLAND SUGO(3.737km)

Jun 26th Sunday Official Race - Podium Finish for Daijiro Hiura

Round 5 of All Japan Road Racing Championship in Sports Land SUGO took place at Miyagi providence and luckly the weather condition was a bright sunny day.

Despite the crash yesterday on official qualifying, the mechanics were able to fix the bike by the morning practice.
Daijiro times 1'31.811 and were able to check the feeling of the bike without a single problem. Content with the bike and was ready for the race.

Temprature raised up to 30℃ however the humidity was low and at 15 minutes past 11 a.m. the 20 lap race had begun. Starting from 3rd qualifying position, Daijiro comes back in 5th position on the opening lap. Daijiro however kept up his pace with the leaders with lapping the time in the early 1'31 zone and by lap 4 he gains the position back to 3rd where he started and lapping constantly in the 1'31 zone showing his consistancy.

In lap 15 Daijiro loses 3rd position and tries to gain back the 3rd position however it was not an easy going for him. Although the pace was not getting down at all still lapping in the 1'31 zone.

An unfortunate stop and go penalty was given to the race leader at the same lap and Daijiro gains back the position to 3rd and goes on to the checkered flag. Getting the first podium finish this season however, Daijiro is definitely not happy with the result. Although his consistant running gave Daijiro the podium finish and it may have not gone this way if he had not ran in this very position.

Next round will be held at Motegi and it will be another 2&4 Race with Super Formula being held at the same day. Making the flow towards the victory, Daijiro and MORIWAKI Racing will definitely be attracting public attention.

Daijiro Hiura
"After the crash yesterday, the mechanics worked very hard to fix my bike and I have to thank them a lot for the perfect bike. I had a very good pace from the beginning and were able to stay with the leaders until I got past and I could not raise the pace anymore from there and that is the disapointing part of the race. The machine setup was going very well and the flow towards the race is getting much much better so in the next rould at Motegi, I am sure that if we keep this up it will lead us to the point we are aiming for. I will also keep this rythym and keep my mental high to be what MORIWAKI and myself are expecting for." myself."

DATA - 26th June , 2016 Race

Jun 25th Saturday Official Qualifying – Best Qualifying Position of the Year for Daijiro Hiura.

Round 5 of All Japan Road Race Championship began in Sports Land SUGO at Sendai, Miyagi. The AUTOPOLIS round will not take place this year due to the condition at Kyushu area. At the test sessions held on the 15th and 16th of this month, Daijiro faced the tasks he had from this year and had a very good lap time ending in 3rd the first day and tops the lap board on the final day.

In Japan, at this time of the year comes the rainy season with high humidity and a very tough season for the riders however, on Friday’s A.R.T. Test Session, Daijiro ends his practice in 4th position with a time of 1’31.703. In the morning session with a half wet condition Daijiro placed 11th with a time of 1’41.537. The afternoon session was a dry condition.

The official qualifying session began with a cloudy condition however, with the heavy rain in the early morning, the course was once again a semi-wet condition with few dry patches in some areas. Daijiro puts slick tyres and began his qualifying. Being very careful and aggressive at the same time, Daijiro laps 1’31.345 at lap 7 timing a faster time than the time he held at the practice session. Daijiro continuing his qualifying and by lap 12 he marks the time of 1’30.718 just a tenth of a second from the course record.

Still, Daijiro had the confidence to ride faster and went out again with new tyres however, at the SP corner Daijiro crashed his bike. Fortunately the bike and human were ok and went back to the pits and that was it for the qualifying session. Overall he placed 3rd the best starting position of the year for Daijiro and MORIWAKI Racing.

Daijiro Hiura
“After my best lap, I believed that I can ride even faster so I changed the tyres and went out again however, I made a mistake and crashed and caused trouble for the team. My fighting spirit was at a very high level and thought to myself that I had to ride for not only myself but for Yuki (Takahashi) as well. I am reflecting to my actions. Although I made a mistake at qualifying, I had a very good flow and feeling from the test to qualifying. I am matched with this course and I am sure that I will make up with the loss I made this year from here and have a perfect race tomorrow.”

DATA - 25th June , 2016 Qualifying

DATA
RACE:2016 MFJ ALL JAPAN ROADRACE CHAMPIONSHIP Round.3 MOTEGI (JSB1000、J-GP2、ST600、J-GP3)
CLASS:J-GP2
QUALIFYING:13th
RACE1:4th
CIRCUIT:MOTEGI(4.801km)

May 29th Sunday Race - Daijiro Hiura, Having to Deal with a Patient Race but a 4th Place Finish

Round 3 of All Japan Road Racing Championship “SUPERBIKE in MOTEGI” took place at Twin Ring Motegi. Struggling with the brake feeling, Daijiro and the team came up with a stunning setup and ended the morning free practice in 8th position and the confidence brought back to him.

With dry condition and a perfect weather condition and over 50℃ of track temperature, the race began. On the first lap, Daijiro comes back in 13th position and with the brake problem solved, it looked to be a podium finish. However, the brake problem came back and with track temperature rising even more, Daijiro had to deal with patience and could not raise his pace to the level he wanted to.

Although in these troubles, Daijiro was very calm and thinking to himself how to get through the race with these adverse conditions. By overcoming these problems in the end, Daijiro finished in his best position this year of 4th place. Maybe a little help from other riders retiring from the race however, Daijiro could not have grabbed 4th if he did not race with patience.

Daijiro and the team cannot wait for the next round in Sugo for the victory that is almost within his grasps.

Daijiro Hiura
"I have changed the setup a lot for the morning practice session and I have finally come to the point where I can ride comfortably. I have to thank the team for all of the hard work for me. The race was a hard race for me with the track temperature rising and the brake feelings had changed again and it was a tough 22 lap race. It’s not a happy 4th place finish however, I do think that I have come back to where I was last year. Once again I thank the team for this result and their hard work. I had to give them back with the result and it may not be the best one but hope to be the best one in the next round at Sugo."

DATA - 29th May,2016 Race

May 28th Saturday Official Qualifying - Daijiro Hiura, Aims the Top Spot from 13th Position.

Round 3 of All Japan Road Racing Championship for J-JP2 had begun at Twin Ring Motegi. The first time of this year to have all of the classes to be held all in one day. From Moriwaki Racing, Yuki Takahashi will be competing in the JSB1000 class and Daijiro Hiura in the J-GP2 class.

On Friday's A.R.T. Test Session, the weather condition was not good from the morning and did not recover. Therefore it was a difficult session and could not setup the bike the enough. However, it was the same condition on the test that took place earlier this month. Daijiro ends his A.R.T. Test Session in 14th position.

Official qualifying started with a foggy condition with heavy humidity. Daijiro was suffering with his front brakes and could not get into his rhythm going into the corners. However, with numerous meetings with the team and the mechanics working hard, Daijiro brought his position to 13th.

Tough week for Moriwaki Racing however, the race is tomorrow and Moriwaki Racing will be giving it their best shot. 

Everyone in the team are thinking positive and Moriwaki Racing is getting better and better every run. With conviction and determination, Moriwaki Racing will be fighting hard on tomorrows race.

Daijiro Hiura
"I could not bring up the pace to where I was aiming for. This race was probably the most difficult race I faced. The adjusting of the bike and my riding style was not prepared perfectly and the race week came. This time I had so many help from the team and tried many different things for myself however, I could not respond to the team I am very frustrated.
I will solve all the problems I faced this weekend one by one and bring back the MD600 back to where it belongs by the next race."

DATA - 28th May,2016 Qualify

DATA
RACE:2016 MFJ ALL JAPAN ROADRACE CHAMPIONSHIP Round.1 TSUKUBA(J-GP2、ST600、J-GP3)
CLASS:J-GP2
QUALIFYING:4/9 16th
RACE1:4/9 D.N.F
RACE2:4/10 16th
CIRCUIT:TSUKUBA(2.070km)

4/10 Daijiro Hiura 16th Overall in the Season Opening

The season opening of 2016 All Japan Road Racing Championship began at Tsukuba Circuit.
The race at Tsukuba had not taken place the last several years and finally the road racing action came back to Tsukuba, there were many spectators to see the action including Moriwaki Racing and Daijiro Hiura.

Daijiro himself in the other hand was struggling with the matching of the bike and ends the morning free practice with the time of 58.923sec. The team and Daijiro were trying many different things until the very last minute and then the race began.
Starting from 16th position, Daijiro got swarmed from the beginning in the middle pack and comes back 18th on the first lap. On lap three, Daijiro gives his race best time of 58.573sec and makes the charge however, it was a tough race not being able to do what he really wants during the race. In the closing laps, Daijiro overtook two riders and ends his season opening in a very unfortunate 16th place.

The Moriwaki MD600 has the potential to win and proven as being the champion machine from last year and the year before. The world of racing is hypersensitive and a small difference can make the machine a completely different figure due to constant changes in the atmosphere. The true power of Moriwaki starts from here with the incredible fighting spirit and this situation will be solved by the next round at Motegi. Before Motegi, Yuki Takahashi will be debuting at Suzuka with the JSB1000 class and start their season opening.

Another exciting season of All Japan Road Racing Championship has begun and catch the latest Moriwaki Racing news form here!

Daijiro Hiura
“I could not bring up the pace to where I was aiming for. This race was probably the most difficult race I faced. The adjusting of the bike and my riding style was not prepared perfectly and the race week came. This time I had so many help from the team and tried many different things for myself however, I could not respond to the team I am very frustrated.
I will solve all the problems I faced this weekend one by one and bring back the MD600 back to where it belongs by the next race.”

DATA - 10th Apr,2016 Race2

4/9 Daijiro Hiura 16th in Qualifying and DNF for Race 1

The 2016 season premiere of All Japan Road Racing Championship took place at the Tukuba Circuit for the first time in three years. Moriwaki Racing’s line up for riders are the same from last year, Yuki Takahashi and Daijiro Hiura however, Yuki will be competing in the toughest class the JSB1000 class and Daijiro in the J-GP2 class. In this event, the JSB1000 class will not be taking place and their first race of this season will be held next week at Suzuka Circuit.

A special practice session was held on Thursday however, the weather condition was horrid and was not in a condition to be a “practice session”. Although the condition became better and better as day goes on and on Friday’s ART (Association of Road racing Teams) Test Session, Moriwaki Racing was able to complete the test session in a dry condition. Although Daijiro’s condition was not in a perfect condition and was not able to gain the pace that he wanted, placing the chart with the time of 58.498sec.

The official qualifying of the J-GP2 class took place on Saturday and also Race 1 as well. Race 2 will be held tomorrow and both races are 20 lap sprint race. Daijiro’s bike is from the bike Yuki used from last year proving that the bike has the potential and so as he however, with the unfortunate crash in the test before the season, Daijiro only had 27 laps of data in his pocket and ending the qualifying session with 58.342sec in 16th position.

Exactly 30minutes past 2 p.m. in the afternoon, the race 1 started and Daijiro had a rocket start gaining 4 positions in the first lap and in lap 3, he marks a time of 58.359, racing like he is in his qualifying lap every lap. On lap 6 he gains another position and the condition is as perfect as it can be however, in the first corner the front of bike slipped and crashed the bike resulting in a very unfortunate position. In the off season, Daijiro was told to be the leader in the J-GP2 class and built the confidence and heavy training physically and mentally. With the confidence of Moriwaki Racing and reliability with each other, Daijiro and Moriwaki Racing will be welcoming race 2 tomorrow.

Daijiro Hiura
“I built the reason for the short laps in the test therefore I have made the trouble with the team. We all know that the bike is the champion machine that Yuki rode last year and therefore everyone knows the potential of the bike. However, I am not in 100% link with the bike and could not match the bike the way I wanted so this will be the homework for tomorrow. To this very moment we are trying many different things to get it done.
In race 1, I was just about to gain more positions until I crashed… In these conditions I had to complete the 20 laps and bring back the team with data they need but I could not even get the job done and I am terribly sorry for my team crew for my terrible job. I do not want to blame the bike with a result like this and I will link the bike and myself so I will finish the 20 laps tomorrow and bring back what the teams needs and for myself as well.”

DATA - 9th Apr,2016 Qualify / Race1