Dutch MotoGP ahead
Assen - MotoGP Pole in the Netherlands becomes the second Marco Simoncelli obtained in a single month. But because it had previously failed on the podium, this time the Honda rider was going to a better outcome.
Clocked one minute 34.718 seconds Simoncelli right to start the Dutch MotoGP from pole position. He beat Ben Spies to the starting second and Casey Stoner at number three.
This is the second pole Simoncelli after he won a similar outcome at Catalunya in early June. But when it Simoncelli failed to complete the race with satisfactory results because it could only finish in sixth position.
A similar incident certainly did not want repeated Simoncelli. Therefore he is very eager to achieve good results in the race, held Saturday (06/25/2011) night.
“I am very happy with this pole. Now I hope also be happy tomorrow (Saturday) after the race because this year I have always been fast in practice sessions and races something always happens and I can not achieve the desired results and gained decent team,” Simoncelli said in Autosport.
Simoncelli save enormous confidence that he will eventually be able to achieve good results at Assen. The reason is because the race was held Saturday, the day he usually look good.
“Here I feel confident with the bike. I’m driving well, like at other tracks.”
“In this season, until Saturday I could always come up with quickly. Tomorrow’s race was held on Saturday … so I hope everything goes well,” joked the 24-year racer.