Tom Lüthi and the SAG Team will fight for tomorrows race

On the second day of the Spanish GP Tom Lüthi and his team could not make any progress. Tom will start tomorrow Sunday from the 26th position into the race in Jerez.

Tom Lüthi and his crew could not make the steps forward that he expected and finished Q1 in a twelfth position that did not allow him to go through Q2. The Swiss rider will start the fourth round of the season from the ninth row of the grid after being twenty-sixth in the qualifying standings.

The Moto2 race of the Spanish Grand Prix will take place tomorrow, May 2nd at 12:20 pm (swiss time).

Tom Lüthi
(P26 | 1'41.841)

It’s very tough. It’s a difficult time for us. We didn’t find any step forward during yesterday and today. We are struggling again in the same points, especially with the front. Unfortunately, I couldn’t make any step into Q2. We have to think about what we are going to do, which is the plan for tomorrow. I will try to reset my head, be fresh tomorrow and I will try to fight. This is the only thing I can do. Our start position is not great but the race is long and I will fight until the end.

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