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The University of Motorcycling, as the Dutch circuit of Assen is called, was the stage of the eleventh round of the MotoGP and the fourth of the FIM Enel Moto-E World Cup.

With the stands packed with spectators, the riders battled it out on the track and Spezzino Kevin Manfredi was once again among the protagonists, with a new weekend in growth and the best result in MotoE to date.

After Mugello Kevin wanted to reconfirm himself among the big names in the category trying to improve further and so it was, in Qualifying 1 he obtained the 5th time and 13th time in general qualifying, like Canepa, 6th on the final grid, a very tight qualification that of MotoE 2022.

In Race 1, after an excellent initial start, a highside at turn 3 forced Kevin to restart from the back and climb up to 11th place, close to the top 10.

Uncertain weather conditions in race 2 which after the reconnaissance lap forced the mechanics to return to the grid and declare a wet race, the Spezzino guessed the choice of tires leaving the slicks and after a quick start it was only a red flag to stop him in seventh place the final.

Kevin: "Seventh is the best result in the race to date, but it's still not enough for me ... the red flag and the early interruption of the race precluded us from trying the attack in 5th place.

It has been a constantly growing weekend where we have improved many aspects that will be useful in the next 4 races, we are aware that we can stay ahead so we must be able to better manage Free Practice and Qualifying to start in the front rows, this could help us Very.

However, I have no regrets, with the few laps done this weekend due to rain I am satisfied and take home two races in a row as best Rookie. "

Kevin Manfredi leaves Assen with an excellent result and an important progress that brings him close to 9th position in the championship standings.

In the meantime, before the next race, the rider will have a few weeks off from racing to work on preparation and concentrate even more in view of the tests and Round 4 of the CIV SBK at the Misano World Circuit.

Kevin thanks all the sponsors and technical partners of the 2022 season.



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