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Siméon start MotoGP season with heats in Sepang: “I’m happy with my form”

Xavier Siméon has Sunday his first laps as a MotoGP rider attached. In the Malaysian Sepang drew, who had hurried on his Ducati for a 26th time, 3.519 of the Spaniard Dani Pedrosa, who has the best time left to record.

It was on a soaking wet track that the 28-year-old inhabitant of Brussels, and his Spanish ploegmakker Tito Rabat on their season started. Throughout the day improved the weather. After barely four test days in Valencia was Siméon in Sepang on burned optimally adjust to his new engine. Our countryman experienced during his 47 laps of the shoulder, that made him last season’s tricks played.

“I feel top”, opened Siméon afterwards. “I have, this winter, worked hard to get the shoulder to heal. I must still have a little adjusting to the engine, but the day went well. Even better than I had expected. I hope we have better times to clocks. After eight seasons in Moto2 to have been driving, I should be in MotoGP many small habits to adjust. But I am happy with the switch and with my form at the moment.”

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