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SBK 2024, United Kingdom – Donington Park Preview – A Crucial Round – Sports

SBK 2024, United Kingdom – Donington Park Preview – A Crucial Round – Sports

Almost exactly a year ago, Danilo Petrucci (Ducati Barney Spark) achieved his first podium in SBK. He finished 6th on Sunday at Misano last time out. As he is still recovering, a podium may be ambitious, but that’s what ‘Peterx’ will try.

For Donington Andrea Locatelli (Yamaha Bada Promidian) it was difficult without the Italian composer still on a podium; His best finish is 4th, but will that change this year?

Misano looks to be a step up for Iker Lecuona (Team HRC), with three top-ten finishes, Honda’s best result of the day, to continue in the UK, with team-mate Xavi Vierge. For Axel Bassani (Kawasaki Racing Team), it’s his first weekend at Donington on the ZX-10RR, but he hopes to stay close to team-mate Alex Lowes. Andrea Iannone (Team GoEleven) is experienced in the 125cc World Championship at Donington in 2007, with his only points in 15th place, before he fell from the lead a year later in the same race, handing victory to Scott Redding from 15 years on. . Tito Rabat (Kawasaki Buschetti) showed good pace in testing; Will it be the same this weekend?

Remy Gardner (GYTR GRT Yamaha) arrived at Donington with a respectable performance on the Yamaha M1 replacing Alex Rins at the German Grand Prix. Both Gardner and his teammate Dominik Egerter struggled here last year, but will look to break the top 10 barrier this year.

Michael Ruben Rinaldi (Team Motocorsa) has a string of top ten results at Donington between 2021 and 2022, but a difficult start to the year could prove difficult to replicate.

Adam Norrodin (Honda Mie Petronas) and Philipp Oettl (Yamaha GMT94) will be looking to impress after tough starts to their campaigns.