The WorldSBK circus moves to France, Circuit de Nevers-Magny Cours is preparing to host the WorldSBK title challenge!
The weather conditions are expected to be complicated during all three days. The rain, in all probability, will be the protagonist on the famous French track, forcing the riders to adapt to the changing conditions of the track. In addition, temperatures will be much lower than in all previous Rounds, probably changing the values on track. The asphalt here has recently been resurfaced, so this further unknown will be added. Team Go Eleven and Michael Ruben Rinaldi are looking for redemption: after the heavy zero, reported in Barcelona, the important thing is to bring home points, with the aim of coming back into the Top 5. The fight for fifth place in the World Championship is open, as well as the one for the Best Independent Team!
Michael Rinaldi (Rider):
“Here at Magny-Cours we expect a particular weekend; the weather forecast says it will rain all three days. We will have to be good at adapting to the conditions and try to make as few mistakes as possible. In wet conditions it will be an unknown factor for everyone. They also resurfaced the track, so we hope to find a little more grip on the water. The weather will affect the weekend, but we will give our all and try to bring home as many points as possible!”