Barberá had misfortune to suffer various problems during GP Though initially Hector got to do a good test on Friday in the FP4 and Saturday's qualifying was complicated things because vibrations in the bike not being allowed to drive normally.
Barbera was unlucky to suffer various problems during the G.P. While initially Héctor succeeded in getting a few good workouts Friday, the FP4 and the classification of the Saturday things due to vibrations got him on his bike that not allowed him to fly normally. On Saturday, after workouts, it was decided that Héctor would mount the original propellant for the race and thus avoid the problems of vibration, but a sensor prevented Avintia Blusens pilot could take the output from its position on the grill, when not donning the bike up at the stipulated time. The mechanics tried to fix it but took the decision to leave with another motorbike from the boxes. Barbera tried to regain the time lost in the output to reach their rivals, but seeing that I could not roll normally due to vibrations, chose to leave.
Héctor Barberá: "we have been very unlucky. He has been a GP very complicated by the problems we have had with the vibrations on the bike with the new engine. For the race, we've decided to go with the previous engine but a sensor has failed and I had to exit from the pit lane again with the bike on Saturday. Logically the vibrations had not disappeared and I have not been able to finish the race. Now the team will continue to work so that we can use without problems the new engine."
Next GP will be raced on the circuit of Sepang, Malaysia, on 11, 12 and 13 October.