Sport Markus Reiterberger thoughtful: "We could change what we wanted"
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Markus Reiterberger's comeback in thehad positive and negative experiences. The highlight was undoubtedly the race weekend in Assen, where Reiterberger finished both races in the top 6. But the BMW driver also coped well with the season finale in Qatar and finished in the top 8. But what drove him off course in the other races?
"I think it has a lot to do with the grip level. If a track has a lot of grip, I could really attack and had a great feeling for the bike. It seems as if the new motorcycle is extremely sensitive to the grip conditions reacts ?, Reiterberger explains in an interview with 'Motorsport-Total.com'.
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"With little liability I got along badly. We could change what we wanted. Without the right feeling you could do what you want. I was able to pull my soul out of my body ?, reports the former BMW works driver. "That was the entire season over the case.
?" But on tracks with a lot of grip, like Assen, Aragon, Phillip Island or Qatar, it went like on rails. On these courses I could be one with the motorcycle and continue working on the feeling. I then felt every change. Perhaps it is a sign that the base vote was still too far from the maximum? Reiterberger muses.
teammate Tom Sykes had less to deal with the different conditions. The Briton gave BMW the first podium with the 2019 version of the S1000RR. "I had to struggle more with this problem. The Sykes coped better. He found a basis with which he was good everywhere? Reiterberger admits.
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The season finale in Qatar was undoubtedly a conciliatory conclusion to a mixed season." it was better, even if the final day of the race did not go as I had hoped. The whole weekend was a lot of fun. The surroundings in Qatar - everything was at its best. It was a nice ending ?, commented "Reiti ?.
" I have learned a lot this year and am grateful for every positive and negative experience. I would like to thank BMW for once again giving me the chance to drive in the World Championship. I hope that I can make my contribution again in the future. I wish the project all the best and am grateful to everyone involved, Reiterberger states, who will be replaced by Eugene Laverty in 2020.
Alvaro Bautista: Why he was overshadowed by Chaz Davies in race one .
© LAT Alvaro Bautista was no threat to Jonathan Rea in race one Alvaro Bautista came fourth in the first race in Qatar ( to report ) Target. Despite the top speed advantage of his Ducati - Bautista was measured at 323 km / h and was therefore more than 12 km / h faster than winner Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki) - the Spaniard played no role in assigning the podium places. "It was not just like this today, it stretched over the entire weekend," commented Bautista.