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Monday, March 27, 2023

Bautista faces a placement in Indonesia with a double prize

After a long trip, Aruba. The Racing-Ducati team has arrived on the island of Lombok (Indonesia) and are already hard at work preparing for the eleventh round of the 2022 World Superbike season, which ends next week in Australia.

After an exciting weekend of racing in Argentina, overo Bautista from Talavera comes in as the leader of the Superbike World Championship standings at the Mandalaika circuit, with an 82-point lead over Razagatloglu (Yamaha) and declared world champions in the Mandalaika layout May go.

In statements provided by his team, the person from Talav assured that “I am happy to be back in Indonesia because the passion for motorcycles in this country is very strong”,

On a purely playing field, he has highlighted that «This weekend will be the toughest for us. I’ve never raced with a Ducati before, so starting Friday morning I’ll have to find some benchmarks for this bike. ,

With that said, the Ducati rider is very aware that “asphalt is new, so we have to work to understand a lot of factors, including grip. Uncertain weather doesn’t help us in this regard, but we need to know about any situation.” Have to be ready.”

Over 5,000 tons of asphalt make up the circle circuit and more than 200 people worked on improvements aimed at improving the surface of the circuit, as well as avoiding water stagnation on the track in the event of a water drain. Heavy rain. In order to find the right asphalt for the circuit, several asphalt mixtures were created which were later tested to confirm ideal asphalt construction.

Talavera Support. In another order of things, we must remember that the race from Indonesia can be followed in Talavera. The doors will open at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday; And if Bautista is not declared world champion on this day, the city council has also enabled this feature from 3:00 a.m. on Sundays.

On the other hand, with the fierce battle for the Riders Championship, the manufacturers’ championship is also being hotly contested between Ducati, Yamaha (reigning champions) and Kawasaki, all looking to touch the glory in 2022 after an incredible season. Huh.

Coming to the Pirelli Indonesian round, Ducati is on top with 538 points and 124 remaining available from the final two rounds (the highest-scoring rider from each manufacturer in each race contributes to the total score).

As indicated on the World Superbike website, with the Indonesian and Australian rounds leading up to 65 points over Yamaha in the standings, Ducati could win the title at the Mandalika track this weekend if with a gain of 62 points or more. Round Yamaha and Kawasaki. Both Japanese brands could prevent Ducati from taking the title this year, but Yamaha will have to make up a 62-point deficit, while Kawasaki’s lack of 101 points in the last six races of the season.

To win the Manufacturers Championship in Indonesia, Ducati could lose by three points or less to Yamaha in all three races, while it could drop to 39 points in its clash with Kawasaki. In short, it will be an exciting weekend.

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