“Give to the winds thy fears; hope and be undismayed; God hears thy sighs and counts thy tears; God shall lifted up thy head. Trough waves and storm He gently clears the way. Wait thou His time, so shall the night soon end in joyous day.”—Paul Genhardt
Blog des bald schon jüngsten Doppelweltmeisters der Formel 1-Geschichte.
Servus aus Singapur!
Was für ein Rennen, was für eine Strecke, was für eine tolle Nacht! Es war ja bisher kein Geheimnis, dass ich Singapur sehr gerne mag, aber seit heute ist diese Vorliebe noch ein bisschen gewachsen. Wir freuen uns wahnsinnig über diesen wichtigen Sieg und den dritten Platz und werden - auch wenn es noch nicht der Titel ist - trotzdem ordentlich feiern. Ich bin sehr stolz auf mein Team, das heute wirklich einen fantastischen Job erledigt hat.
Wir wussten ja von Beginn an, dass es heute sehr schwer werden wird, aber am Ende war das Rennen nicht nur hart, sondern eine riesige Herausforderung. Wir sind zwei Stunden voll am Limit gefahren, durften uns keine Fehler erlauben und mussten auf jeden Zentimeter Acht geben. Durch die Safety Car-Phase ist dann nochmal mehr Spannung ins Rennen gekommen. Ich bin froh, dass wir auch diese Situation gut und vor allem erfolgreich überstanden haben. Heute hat einfach alles gepasst.
Allen Fans kann ich heute fürs Daumendrücken nur Danke sagen - und ich versichere euch, dass wir auch im nächsten Rennen wieder Vollgas geben werden. Heute hat es leider noch nicht gereicht, um alles klar zu machen, aber was nicht ist, kann ja noch werden.
Haltet uns die Daumen, ich melde mich wieder aus Japan! Sebastian
The Aragón GP was special again. First because I was on the podium another time and also because the team got its victory number 100 and because of the atmosphere created by the fans. From the off we saw that Casey had the fastest pace in the first sector and we knew that it would be difficult to keep up with him during the race.
The important thing is that we have managed to string three podium finishes together and we are working along the right lines regarding trying to get a victory. The motorbike is working very well and that helps us to carry on improving in the fight to be among the best. The atmosphere during the whole weekend at the circuit was spectacular. The fans get a 10 for their support.
The truth is that it was unthinkable, after the problems we have had with injuries this season, that I could be fighting to be among the top three in the championship. We will have to carry on working hard if we want to overtake Dovi, who has had a fantastic season.
This weekend was also very special because the team got its 100th victory. We have to congratulate everybody that works with us as they make it possible for us to get on the bike every weekend and let us do what we like best. A success that all of us have celebrated as it should be: with the whole team and some commemorative -shirts.
Now we can disconnect a little and continue working hard so that we go to Japan in the best possible form. Next week we can have a look at the circuit of Motegi and I will also tell you how my week has gone.
Thanks for that mark, Daniel… Haha U must know that U have very great fans..
I always say that all victories are important, you feel proud of them all, but the one this weekend was even more special. I am very pleased with what we achieved at the Aragón GP. Things went amazingly well and the team deserved the win for all the good work they did.
The truth is that from the first day I felt comfortable out on the track and that was very important as we tried to find the right setup as soon as possible. The work the team did in the practice we had in Valencia gave us a little extra in this race and that was also a very important part of how we got this victory.
Yesterday`s race was very tough. My rivals demonstrated that they are very strong and we saw that from the very start to the very finish of the weekend. Winning the race at Motorland in what was a very tight race means that it tastes even better.
Now we cannot afford to lose any of our concentration by looking at the classification or doing calculations about the last four races. We have to be constant and work hard right to the very end. There are four races left and anything can happen, so we must keep our concentration and not lower our level. We can enjoy this latest victory but without losing sight of the Japanese GP, which we will start preparing for right away.
I want to dedicate this win to, in addition to the whole team, those who have been supporting me day after day. All my fans in my Fan Club and every one of you that encourages me from the stands or at home. This victory is also yours. Thanks!
Regards to you all!
Aragon, September 18, 2011 This is the first time I watchng Moto2 race without sitting!! I’m standing along race haha. Thanks Marc, U make me proud!