The MotoGP World Championship lands this week on the legendary Silverstone circuit (England) on the occasion of the twelfth race of the season. It is the longest track of the entire championship with a length of 5,900m, it has 10 turns to the right and 8 to the left. After the drainage problems that suffered last year that didn’t allowed to dispute the race, the racetrack has been resurfaced this season’s GP.

The Reale Avintia Arizona 77 rider, Stefano Nepa, has been close to get inside the points in the last races but certain reasons didn’t allowed the Italian to score any points since he joined the team in Assen. However, the gap with the Top15 is getting smaller and the goal of the points is more realistic than ever.

“Silverstone is a very technical and difficult track. This year they have resurfaced the entire circuit so we hope it is better and there are no bumps, but the most important thing is to have good weather. I’ve recharged batteries and I can’t wait to be back on track. The goal is to finish the race and get some points as we have been close in the last races, we still have to improve a bit so I am sure we will do it!”