Magny-Cours (France) 4 September 2021
The seventh round of the FIM Supersport 600 World Championship is taking place at the historic Magny-Cours circuit in France.
Having finished yesterday’s practices in tenth and thirteenth place, Randy Krummenacher was back on track this morning for the Tissot Superpole. The Swiss rider was unfortunately unable to do more than nineteenth place, which meant a seventh row start on the race grid.
At 3.15 pm, the lights went out on the eleventh race of the season, but it was interrupted almost immediately, after just two laps, with a red flag due to an accident and the subsequent track conditions. The race was restarted with the quick start procedure and reduced to a distance of just 12 laps.
Having made a good start, Krummenacher was able to make up positions and cross the line in eleventh position.
Randy Krummenacher: “I gave it my all in the race, but unfortunately it’s not an easy period for me, because the results I was hoping for are failing to come, and this is frustrating. I’ll try to continue to do my best, in the hope that better times are ahead.”
Ferry Schoenmakers: “The Superpole result clearly conditioned Krummenacher’s race, the rider having to start from nineteenth place in a race that lasted just twelve laps. We hope for a better race tomorrow.”