News Details

Arenas: Sometimes I would go up the wall

The coronavirus halt to the Moto3 World championship means Albert Arenas' title lead has gone uncontested since his victory at the Qatar season-opener on March 8. By the time the season (hopefully) restarts, with Friday practice at Jerez on July 17, the Moto3 (and Moto2) riders will have waited 131 days. Many, like Arenas, have spent much of the time to date under lockdown conditions in Europe. But with conditions now improving, most will be able to train on two-wheels by the end of the month. "Being so long without races is especially difficult due to the absence of adrenaline," said the Aspar rider. "Being confined at home, sometimes I would go up the wall, I suppose,...
Full Story »
Share

You May Also Be Interested In...

Lorenzo misses out on '20 MotoGP wildcard as raft of...

Jorge Lorenzo will not compete with Yamaha in 2020 due to newly-announced...

My favourite game: Rossi v Lorenzo, 2015 Valencian...

er an unbearably tense finale, the Italian was kicking himself after he...
-2w from TheGuardian.com

Alex Marquez denies brother Marc VirtualMotoGP Misano...

Alex Marquez denied brother Marc Marquez a debut VirtualMotoGP victory at...

MotoGP News: Pirro: Wildcard ban due to Honda not...

Ducati test rider Michele Pirro says the ban on MotoGP wildcards this...
-1w from AutoSport.com

Comments

comments powered by Disqus

2015 MGPToday.com
MGPToday.com is not responsible for the news headlines and associated descriptions and images it indexes, the content of externally linked sites or the comments & postings of its users.

This website is unofficial and is not associated in any way with MotoGP.