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Johan Zarco’s start-up problem at the Australian GP

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Frenchman Johan Sarko had a technical fault at the start, sixth on the starting line. He eventually finished eighth in the Australian GP.

Why not make one? Good qualification Plant his motorcycle from scratch? Johan Sarko had reason to ask the question after this Saturday’s race, as he was betrayed by a characteristic of his Ducati as soon as the lights went out. He was sixth in line, but…” My starting system didn’t work, I couldn’t get the bike down, The Frenchman was unveiled. I lost a lot of positions and then I couldn’t handle the bike very well in the first corner. At the start of the race others were more comfortable so I couldn’t take the risk of being overtaken. »

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Zarco dropped to 18th, but then found his cruising pace, showing a sorry distance to finish eighth. Where would he be without his problem? ” At least 5 aboveDoes he think I had a really good rhythm. The Frenchman will now hope to find some evolutionary keys for his Ducati. ” My style is different so if we can work it out, sometimes I can be really strong. »

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