Interview: Kent training hard to prepare for new Moto2 challenge
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“Some people are saying the bike is not good but it definitely has potential to be up there.”
Alluding to his aims for his rookie season in Moto2 in what will be his third full year of Grand Prix racing, Kent is under no illusion as to how tough things will be.
“Everyone knows that Moto2 is a really hard, close fought championship,” he said. “This is my first year on this bike so the main thing is just to keep learning and try to get some good results at the same time. It’s a two-year contract with the team so this year is about learning and then we’ll try for much higher positions next season.”
On his workouts at the Valencia test, where he escaped unhurt from a spill on the second day and reduced his best lap time by over 1.8s over the three-day excursion, he added: “The initial feeling with the Moto2 bike is great. It’s been a long winter so I’ve been waiting ages to get back out on a bike. The more laps you can do the better the feeling gets with the bike and you learn the maximum amount possible about everything in Moto2.
“It’s a lot faster than Moto3, the bike has a lot more engine brake, so you have to release the clutch slower or you’ll get flung off!”
Source: Red Bull