A weekend full of emotions for the teams supported by Accossato in WSBK and in Moto America

After months of waiting, the teams supperted by Accossato have finally raced in WSBK in Aragon (Spain) and at the Virginia International Raceway (USA). Accossato is proud to brake the bikes and conquer success with only the best teams.

Chaz Davies and Go Eleven fighting against the rain

Chaz Davies and Team Go Eleven are protagonists on the Motorland Aragon track. Free practice on Friday 21st ended in the best possible way for the Welsh rider, who set the best time in the afternoon session, after the second position set in the morning.

On Sunday 23rd Excellent fourth position obtained in the Superpole Race, other good points brought home and a perfect starting position for race 2.

For Race 2 the weather conditions are, perhaps, even more complicated. It rains until you reach the grid, after which it stops and a pale sun also comes out. Chaz and the Go Eleven team make for a risky choice, which turned out to be wrong. Rain in front, intermediate behind. Unfortunately, however, not even the time to prepare for the flag to flag and Chaz loses the front, crashing in turn 7. He gets up, goes to the pits to put on the slick tyres and returns to the track determined. Each lap is on average half a second faster than Scott Redding, who will be the winner, without right stand and rear brake, without a wing and part of the rear fairing. The consolation of Race 2 is having set the fastest lap and showing that we could have won the race!

Kawasaki Puccetti Racing – Mahias scores a top ten finish in WorldSBK race 2 at Aragón

Getting away from row five, Lucas made a good start, but unfortunately fell victim to a crash on lap one. Although unhurt, his first Superpole race came to a premature end.

In the day’s second race, the Kawasaki Puccetti Racing rider started from row five, on a wet track that was already starting to dry. Like most of the riders on the grid, Lucas opted for intermediate tyres. He made a very fast start and in the opening laps, the French rider was lying eleventh. Maintaining a good rhythm, Mahias remained part of the chasing pack and was able to move into tenth place in the final stages, a position he held all the way to the line.
A tenth-place finish that the morale of both rider and team and sees the rider place fourteenth in the general standings with seven points.
The next round of the Superbike World Championship will take place next weekend (28-30 May) at the Estoril in Portugal.

Let’s also mention Philipp Oettl in WSPP, after an amazing start he loses control of his bike at the second curve. Ends up in the gravel and he has to leave the race.

Barni Racing Team in WSBK

After leaving Race 1, due to a technical issue, Tito Rabat had to leave Race 2 earlier as well. He fell just when he was fighting for the Top 10. In the first Superpole Race of the season, instead, #53 finished in P14 due to a bad choice of tires.

Kyle Wyman – KWR – In Moto America

Kyle Wyman performed two amazing races in the Virginia International Raceway. The secret lays in the combo of the enormous talent of the rider and an upgraded Ducati Panigale V4 R using only Accossato Brakes components. Congratulations for P7 in Race 1 and P6 in Race 2. This is just the start of the dream!

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