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2020/08/20 - Moto2™ World Championship 2020: GP of Styria / Preview

#StyrianGP: To continue uphill trend

Dominique Aegerter has recovered well from the eventful race day last Sunday and he is therefore looking forward to the second Spielberg race weekend.

Like last month in Jerez de la Frontera, this is the second time this year that the Moto2™ World Championship will hold a Grand Prix at the same circuit. Aegerter returns with a twelfth place in his luggage to the Red Bull Ring, picturesquely embedded in the Styrian Murtal. The 29-year-old Swiss has spent the short break in his home country, in order to push the events of the last race out of his subconscious in his family environment.

#77 Dominique AEGERTER (NTS RW Racing GP, NTS):

"After a few days at home in Switzerland, I'm looking forward to being back at the second Spielberg race this weekend. After an eventful race like last Sunday, it was important for me to switch off at home in my familiar surroundings and relax a little bit. This time I will again replace Jesko Raffin in the RW Racing Team. I feel sorry for him that he is still struggling with his health. So, all the best for a quick return to him. We certainly had a good weekend last time. In the race we were able to finish twelfth. However, we were incredibly lucky that I made it through the chaos in this terrible crash or, to put it another way, that I was not hit by any of the parts flown around. My luck was that I had a great reaction when I arrived at the scene of the accident."

"After the pleasing progress made during the first Spielberg weekend, we have already come up with a good plan for the upcoming days. During the first sessions we will try out a few more different things. According to the weather forecast it should still be nice on Friday, while rainy conditions on Saturday and Sunday might disturb the schedule. In any case we have to try to get further ahead from the beginning. Regarding the distance to the top guys we were not too far away at the end. But in this narrow class it is very important to be closer to the top so that the top ten are within reach in the race. So, we need to improve in this respect. For my part, I will try to adapt my riding style further and improve a few things in certain corners and on the brakes. But my crew also has various ideas on how to find a few tenths of a second with changes to the geometry or the engine brake. I'm looking forward to FP1 on Friday morning, when we start our work on the track again and hopefully make the next steps."

Dominique AEGERTER’s Profil:
Alter: 29 (geboren am 30. September 1990)
Beruf: Rennfahrer
Wohnort: Rohrbach (Schweiz)
Größe: 174 cm
Gewicht: 69 kg
Motorrad: NTS
Startnummer: 77

Erster Grand Prix: 2006 Portugal, 125ccm
Erste Grand Prix Pole-Position: 2014 Deutschland, Moto2™
Erste schnellste Rennrunde bei einem Grand Prix: 2014 Holland, Moto2™
Erstes Grand Prix Podium: 2011™ Valencia, Moto2™
Erster Grand Prix Sieg: 2014 Deutschland, Moto2™
Grand Prix Siege: 1
Grand Prix Podiums: 7
Grand Prix Pole-Position: 1
Grand Prix Schnellste Rennrunde: 1
Grand Prix Starts (insgesamt): 218 (52 in 125 ccm / 166 in Moto2™)

Dominique AEGERTER’s Karriere:
2006: 125 ccm Weltmeisterschaft - 2 Starts (0 Punkte)
2007: 125 ccm Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 23. (7 Punkte)
2008: 125 ccm Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 16. (45 Punkte)
2009: 125 ccm Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 13. (70,5 Punkte)
2010: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 15. (74 Punkte)
2011: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 8. (94 Punkte)
2012: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 8. (114 Punkte)
2013: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 5. (158 Punkte)
2014: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 5. (172 Punkte)
2015: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 17. (62 Punkte)
2016: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 12. (61 Punkte)
2017: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 12. (88 Punkte)
2018: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 17. (47 Punkte)
2019: Moto2™ Weltmeisterschaft - Gesamt 22. (19 Punkte)

Streckendaten Red Bull Ring:
Erstmals Austragungsort GP Österreich: 1996 (damals A1 Ring)
Länge: 4.318 Meter
Breite: 13 Meter
Längste Gerade: 626 Meter
Linkskurven: 3
Rechtskurven: 7
Beste Moto2™ Pole-Position: 1´28.718 (2019)
Moto2™ Rundenrekord: 1´29.018 (2019)
Moto2™ All Time Rundenrekord: 1´28.718 (2019)
Dominique Aegerter’s Resultate 2020 (GP Österreich): Startplatz 24 / Rennen: P12

#StyrianGP Moto2™ Zeitplan (MESZ):
Freitag, 21. August: 10:55 - 11:35 FP1
Freitag, 21. August: 15:10 - 15:50 FP2
Samstag, 22. August: 10:55 - 11:35 FP3
Samstag, 22. August: 15:10 - 15:25 Q1
Samstag, 22. August: 15:35 - 15:50 Q2
Sonntag, 23. August: 09:10 - 09:30 Warm-Up
Sonntag, 23. August: 12:20 Rennen (25 Runden - 107,950 km)

Moto2™ WM-Stand:
1 Luca MARINI / ITA / KALEX / 78
2 Enea BASTIANINI / ITA / KALEX / 73
3 Jorge MARTIN / SPA / KALEX / 59
4 Sam LOWES / GBR / KALEX / 59
5 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA / JPN /KALEX / 55
6 Aron CANET / SPA / Speed Up / 43
7 Marco BEZZECCHI / ITA / KALEX / 40
8 Xavi VIERGE / SPA / KALEX / 36
9 Joe ROBERTS / USA / KALEX / 35
10 Lorenzo BALDASSARI / ITA / KALEX / 33
11 Marcel SCHRÖTTER / GER / KALEX / 32
12 Remy GARDNER / AUS / KALEX / 25
13 Augusto FERNANDEZ / SPA / KALEX / 15
14 Thomas LÜTHI / SWI / KALEX / 24
15 Jorge NAVARRO / SPA / Speed Up / 19
21 #77 Dominique AEGERTER / SWI / NTS / 4

Moto2™ WM-Kalender 2020 (Stand August 2020):
8. März - Grand Prix of Qatar, Losail
19. Juli - Gran Premio de Espana, Jerez de la Frontera
26. Juli - Gran Premio de Andalucia, Jerez de la Frontera
9. August - Grand Prix Ceske republiky, Brno
16. August - Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich, Spielberg
23. August - Grand Prix von Styria, Spielberg
13. September - Gran Premio di San Marino e della di Riviera di Rimini, Misano
20. September - Gran Premio dell Emilia Romagna, Misano
27. September - Gran Premi de Catalunya
11. Oktober- Grand Prix de France, Le Mans
18. Oktober - Gran Premio de Aragón, Alcaniz
25. Oktober - Gran Premio de Teruel, Alcaniz
8. November - Gran Premio de Europa, Valencia
15. November - Gran Premio de la Comunitat Valenciana, Valencia
22. November - Grand Premío de Portugal, Portimao