US News Pressure too great: Nakagami "out of control" after a crash in the race on lap one

14:55  26 october  2020
14:55  26 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Before the race was the first time that I had ever felt incredible pressure from the outside, and Nakagami was up front about the specifics of his fall at only the fifth corner of the 23- lap race , too . “In my mind I couldn’t control what I was doing, I braked too sharply, and I lost the front and had a

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After his strong performances in practice and the pole position on Saturday was Takaaki Nakagami went into the second Aragon race of the MotoGP as one of the favorites. But only a few meters after the start, the drive for the LCR Honda driver was already over.

A fall in turn 5 on the first lap destroyed all hopes of the Japanese for his first podium in the premier class. "It was such a shame," says the 28-year-old. "I'm really disappointed with myself, but luckily I'm fine. I have no injury and that's a good thing because we still have three races to go."

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Nakagami takes the crash on his own: "Before the race, I felt incredible pressure from the outside for the first time and I couldn't cope with it. So that's why I made a stupid mistake and that's it I have to learn from this for the future. "

Too much wanted: racing crash "a stupid mistake"

At the start, the LCR driver was able to successfully defend his lead from pole against the eventual race winner Franco Morbidelli (Petronas-Yamaha). "I knew Franco was behind me and so I had to close the door on Turn 1 and I tried to keep my position in all corners."

"When I braked on Turn 5, I was a bit outside and braked too sharply, whereupon the front wheel locked and I fell. It was such a stupid mistake and I don't know why I did that at that moment," says angry Nakagami.

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"It came as a bit of a surprise to me that I crashed in this corner because I never had that feeling during the whole training session. But in the race I was perhaps too nervous," he continues. "I was just trying to get off to a good start and be strong in all the corners to get away as quickly as possible. That was the only thing on my mind."

Positive findings from Aragon predominate.

The Japanese now realizes that he missed the target: "I can only say one thing: I was too fast and I couldn't control the speed, not even the brake pressure. I was out of control" he admits to himself.

Nakagami can take something positive with him from the weekend despite his early crash. "It was a nice feeling to be on pole position," he enthuses. Since Makoto Tamada in Valencia in 2004, no Japanese had succeeded in this in the premier class.

"It was such a great feeling, but it was also incredible pressure. For the first time I was on pole, for the first time I was leading a race, if only for ten seconds. Now I can say it was a race really nice feeling and I have to learn from that mistake and I think that's the crux of my future. "

Nakagami: "Can still win many races"

"If I learn from my mistake, I believe our future is bright," says Nakagami. "On the other hand, if I make the same mistake again, it will be a disaster. That is the whole point for me. I try to be strong and positive."

That's why the LCR driver wants to remember his feeling in Aragon and the mistake on the first lap the next time he is on pole position in order to deal with the pressure better. "Unfortunately I couldn't control him here, but if I can do that, we'll be able to win many races in the future."

In the World Cup, Nakagami slipped to seventh place due to his zero and is now 45 points behind. "I don't care about the championship," he says before the last three races on the calendar. "I don't care who wins the championship either. I just want to enjoy it for myself now."

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