Sergio Gadea at SBK this weekend
A few weeks ago we were talking about how a pilot like Sergio Gadea to try to continue his sports career in the world of high competition. After all, it seems that Sergio has found a place where he is valued, a championship that is willing to give him another chance to shine. The one from Puzol lands in the official Kawasaki team in Superbikes to replace the injured Joan Lascorz, whom we took advantage of to send, once again, our strongest hug.
It will be a completely new category, as well as the qualifying system, the races and the Monza circuit itself. For all these reasons, we cannot expect that Gadea will sneak between the leading positions, although, if he did, we would have to prepare the materials to mount a monument to him. Beginnings like these are always complicated but they get easier when the protagonist has as much enthusiasm as talent. Sergio, who has never set foot on Monza, went yesterday until dawn taking a look at the Italian route through his Play Station …
It seems that the signing is, at the moment, only for this weekend but we understand that a good role for the Spanish rider would open the doors to complete the season.
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