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DNF for Bendsneyder in Jerez

From the start of the race, it looked like it could have been an exciting race for Bo Bendsneyder after a great start. Unfortunately, however, during the first few laps, Bendsneyder suffered a heavy crash at turn thirteen. The rider was taken to the medical centre where further medical assessments revealed a broken left collarbone and a severe impact to his left foot. Bendsneyder has been transferred to Barcelona for further checks and to begin the recovery process. #64 Bo Bendsneyder (DNF) “Today was a bad day for us, I…

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Bendsneyder P20 in qualifying

Bo Bendsneyder had a challenging weekend from practice onwards. He stood out in the rain in the second practice session and started motivated in Q1, where he showed his speed in the final minutes on a track with mixed wet and dry conditions. He completed qualifying twentieth, just fifty-three thousandths of a second off the cut-off. #64 Bo Bendsneyder (P20) “Saturday was difficult due to the track conditions. In the morning we had a wet session, so we knew we would have to go through Q1. In the wet we…

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Bendsneyder 18th in Texas

Bendsneyder started from tenth position, however, a difficult start marked the outcome of his race. The Dutch rider was forced to come back from the last positions, showing his skill and determination lap after lap. Although he fought tirelessly until the last corner, finishing in that position was a challenge. This race was undoubtedly a valuable lesson for the upcoming races in Europe. #64 Bo Bendsneyder (P18) “It was a difficult race and I struggled a lot. We have to check everything and analyse it for the next races. I…

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Bendsneyder 10th in Austin qualifying

Bo Bendsneyder started from the morning practice with great motivation, which was quickly reflected in qualifying, and together with a great preparation for the weekend he achieved his best qualifying of the season so far. Tenth position was very satisfying for the rider and team, who have worked in perfect harmony to overcome the setbacks and are already preparing for tomorrow’s race, in which the behaviour of the tyres will be key. # 64 Bo Bendsneyder (P10) “It was a good day, this morning we were able to get straight…

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Bendsneyder close to points in Portimao: 16th

Bo Bendsneyder completed the race just outside the points, fighting from the start to the chequered flag. A relentless fight to climb positions and fight for points throughout the day. Although the race did not go as expected, the team and the rider are focused on improving the feeling for the next round, where they hope to recover the performance shown last year. #64 Bo Bendsneyder (P16) “It was a difficult race. I didn’t have a good feeling during the race so we didn’t get the result we were hoping…

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Difficult qualifying for Bendsneyder

Bo Bendsneyder showed an excellent performance by securing a direct passage to Q2 during the second morning practice. At the start of qualifying, the Dutch rider took to the track with determination and pushed the session to the limit, finishing just nine tenths of a second off the first qualifier. For tomorrow’s race, Bendsneyder will start from eighteenth position, focusing on tyre management to take the step forward that had been missing at the beginning of the day. #64 Bo Bendsneyder (P18) “It was a difficult qualifying. In the morning…

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Bendsneyder 14th in Qatar

The Pertamina Mandalika Gas Up Racing Team has burst onto the Moto2 World Championship scene, scoring valuable points during the opening race at the Lusail Circuit. Bo Bendsneyder crossed the line in fourteenth position. Bendsneyder, who started from the sixth row of the grid, put in an impressive race from the start, climbing positions lap after lap and climbing up to tenth position. He put in an outstanding performance and remained in the front group until the final laps to complete the weekend in fourteenth position. # 64 Bo Bendsneyder…

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Bendsneyder 17th in qualifying

After an opening day where the team worked diligently and faced an additional challenge with the sudden rain, Bendsneyder will start from the sixth row of the grid. Over the course of Saturday, the riders faced a very tight qualifying and tough track conditions during the morning session, due to the high temperatures. Bo Bendsneyder stood out with his final flying lap that took him straight into QP2. Bo Bendsneyder will start from seventeenth place, after a satisfactory start to the qualifying session, luck was not on the side of…

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Bendsneyder ends 3rd day Jerez test as 14th

Aron Canet (Fantic Racing) was the rider to beat on the opening two days in Andalucia, but the Spaniard’s 1:40.7 lap time was beaten on the final day as most riders set personal best laps. Aldeguer’s was the quickest of the lot, but it was tight – Joe Roberts (OnlyFans American Racing) was just 0.044s adrift in P2, with Manuel Gonzalez (QJMOTOR Gresini Moto2™) 0.078s away in third. Aldeguer and Roberts did crash on the final day, but that didn’t do much to halt their progress with the top three…

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Bendsneyder 9th on second day at Jerez test

The lap times tumbled on the second day with Canet posting a 1:40.704 in the opening session, and it’s a time that wouldn’t be beaten by anyone in the next two outings. Joe Roberts (OnlyFans American Racing) continues to show fine form in pre-season as the American ended the day P2, just over a tenth shy of Canet. Fermin Aldeguer (Sync SpeedUp) acted as the only other rider to get within a couple of tenths of Canet, while three other riders were able to dip below the 1:40s bracket –…

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