Lorenzo Baldassarri Postpones Up for Class, Stay on Moto2 2020

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Lorenzo Baldassarri agreed to postpone his promotion to MotoGP, the Pons Racing racer staying in Moto2 for at least one more season. This was confirmed after Pons Racing gave a one-season contract extension to Baldassarri.

The performance of this Italian racer at the start of Moto2 this season promises to be one of the favorite racers to win the world title, after successfully winning three of the first four races. But ahead of the first half of the season ended, his performance fell.

Baldassarri is fourth in the standings, one level below Fernandez, who is third, although he was unable to go down in two races earlier this season due to injury.

In total up to the ninth Moto2 series race this season, Baldassarri has collected 97 points. A big loss for the driver after four failed finishes, making him have to be thrown from the top three positions.

Lorenzo Baldassarri Glance at Avintia Ducati

One of Italy’s best talents, it’s time to move up the class to MotoGP, after his brilliant career in Moto2, although he hasn’t won the world title.

Avintia Ducati is a team that is desperate for Baldassarri, continues to see the condition and development of the racer, reportedly to replace Tito Rabat, who is confirmed at the depak next season.

The Director of Sport Team Ruben Xaus openly expressed his interest in the talents of the 22-year-old racer, his racing style and experience in Moto2 were enough to get off in MotoGP.

This decision is the same as the competitor, Alex Marquez. Marquez’s younger sibling survives in Moto2 after his ambition to drop in MotoGP is postponed until 2020.

It is probable that Marquez anchored to Pramac Ducati to become a Bagnaia or Miller tandem. Team boss Marc VDS Moto2 could not prohibit the departure of the driver to MotoGP.

“As a manager, I cannot keep Alex Marquez from going longer,” Joan Olive was quoted as saying on the motorsport.com page .

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