Johann Zarco aims to consolidate Moto2 lead at Phillip Island


Ajo Motorsport team rider comes into Australian GP with 21 point lead in Moto2 World Championship standings.

Johann Zarco comes into the Australian GP off the back of a valuable podium at the Japanese Grand Prix, price which allowed him to extend his advantage in the Moto2 standings to 21 points. Just three races remain in the 2016 season, buy cialis and the Ajo Motorsport team rider aims to consolidate the gap over his nearest rival in the sixteenth round of the year.

Phillip Island is a challenge for the reigning Moto2 World Champion, as he has yet to place on the rostrum there in Moto2. His sole podium in Australia came during his time in 125cc (2011). Along with Qatar, it is the only circuit on the current calendar at which he has never climbed placed in the top three in the intermediate class. Last year he finished 7th in Australia, having already sealed the title.

The Moto2 race will feature a change of schedule, being held on Sunday at 2:20pm local time, 5:20am CET.


Circuit information – Phillip Island
Length: 4.448m / 2.764 miles
Width: 13m
Left corners: 7
Right corners: 5
Longest straight: 900m / 0.559 miles
Constructed: 1956
Modified: 1988


“Phillip Island circuit is a very nice place to ride. Our main rival for the title at this moment, Alex Rins, is very strong there and won last year, so he can be up there again in Australia. I want to understand how to be very fast at this track, because in the past I have not been quick enough to get on the Moto2 podium. If we get into the Top 3 it would be perfect, but if not we must be smart and –if we can– finish ahead of Rins. That would be a good result.”