SIC RACING TEAM PREPARE TO STEP UP THE MOMENTUM AT SILVERSTONE

2017-08-22 07:17
Returning to the prestigious Silverstone Circuit in Great Britain, SIC Racing Team riders Adam Norrodin and Ayumu Sasaki are keen to capitalise on their recent progress.

Following his second consecutive top ten finish last time out in Austria, Adam Norrodin is fully focussed on continuing his run of form, with another solid point scoring weekend.

Returning to the circuit that saw Ayumu Sasaki take his first win in the Red Bull Rookie’s Cup, the sixteen-year-old Japanese rider is hopeful that his previous experience at the British track will help him to take the next step, as he targets a top six performance in his debut Moto3 season.

#7 ADAM NORRODIN

“Silverstone for me is a really nice track. It’s long and fast combining technical parts with high speed. I like it a lot. The weather last year was not so great with rain interrupting a few sessions, so hopefully it will be better this year. Anyway I think we can do well. We are really focussed on improving; we can see we are coming stronger every race. It’s important to stay calm and continue putting in the work. At Silverstone I must really concentrate on finding a good bike set-up and then I have to get my head down and give it 100% effort on track. I hope that we can be in the points again and for sure I will be aiming for the top ten. We must keep the good momentum. We have the potential, we just have to stay focussed and keep working hard.”
#71 AYUMU SASAKI

“Silverstone is a special track for me because it’s where I took my first win in the Red Bull Rookies Cup.
I think this could be a very important race for me because now we are getting better but we are still looking for that extra something to stay up in the front group; I think we could find it this weekend.
We will focus from Friday because FP1 and FP2 has been a struggle for me for the last few rounds. I have to try harder from the start.
I know what I have to do to improve so I will be concentrating on this. I want to make progress and be in the top six before the last six races of the season.”

Source: SIC Racing Team

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