How Marcel Schrötter Wants To Channel His Best Self For The Second Half Of The Season
Despite his crash in Assen where he probably was closer than he had ever been to his first Moto2 win of his career, Marcel Schrötter is still positive about his first half of the season. The German thinks, he knows what he has to work on in the summer break.
At the Dutch Grand Prix, marcel Schrötter collected his first leading laps of the season. Mid-race, the German looked in a good shape to fight for the win at the cathedral of speed.
However, a few laps after taking the lead, the German’s dream of a first career Moto2 win shattered into pieces when he lost the front and crashed out of the race.
Schrötter after his crash in Assen – Image provided by Motorsport Images
But, despite the disappointment, the Liqui Moly Intact GP rider is proud of his form in the late first half of the season and draws a positive conclusion.
He states: “We have to take the positive with us, because we’re always fighting at the front of the field and getting closer and closer to winning. At the moment, we are confirming the feeling that we built up over the winter.”
Schrötter is in a great form. Having scored six Top 6 finishes since Austin, a first career win seems to be within reach this season.
“I feel very good with the bike, better than I have in a long time. We have to save this feeling and take it with us for the second half of the season.”
Regarding his plans for the summer break, the German says he will take “two weeks to relax since the second half of the season will be quite intense.”
He further states: ” I need to find the perfect mix of relaxing and a perfect preparation training to channel my best self for the second half of the season.”