The second half of the world championship race for mid-size sports motorcycles, the Supersport World Championship and the Supersport 300 World Championship, in which Japanese rider Yuta Okaya (Kawasaki) participates. Here are previews of Round 7 of the Supersport World Championship and Round 6 of the Supersport 300 World Championship, which will take place at the Magny-Cours circuit in France from 9 (Friday) to 11 (Sunday) September. .
The first is the Supersport World Championship. 2021 champion Dominik Aegerter (Yamaha) was on a winning streak, but Aegerter found himself scoreless in the hotly contested race in Most (Czech Republic). Lorenzo Baldassari (Yamaha), who was ranked 2nd in the standings, won both races, and the points gap between the two narrowed to 14 points all at once, and Baldassarri was also looking for a comeback.
In Race 1 in Most (Czech Republic), Dominik Aegerter (Yamaha) crashed in an accident involving five cars. Doctors diagnosed that Aegerter was suspected of having a concussion, but Aegerter had misrepresented his symptoms. In order to participate in Race 2 the following day, he confessed this to the doctor, and although the doctor diagnosed that he could participate in the race, the FIM jury decided that his conduct was unsportsmanlike and excluded him from Race 2. It was decided to be
Aegerter may have acted in a way to raise the red flag in an effort to re-race, but in the end Aegerter ended up losing 50 points due to his own actions. A press release was issued by his team, Ten Kate, and Aegerter apologized for his actions.
Unexpectedly, the points gap has widened in the championship fight, but given Aegerter’s momentum this season, the return of Lorenzo Baldassari (Yamaha) will not be so easy. However, for Baldassari, the situation presents a great opportunity.
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