“I did everything identical” – Dixon on Mandalika crash

Jake Dixon’s (Inde GASGAS Aspar Team) start to the 2022 Moto2™ campaign has been a blend of promise and frustration. In the end, coming back from P20 to finish P11 was as good a job Dixon could have done. It’s just, yeah, I know it’s only pole but it’s the first step in going to the next step, you know? I’ve been faster in all of the pre-season and in the first two races, so it’s not just one race. It may have been “only pole”, as Dixon puts it, but a Moto2™ pole position is something big you can work from. Dixon’s right – he’s been fast in pre-season and the first two races, and he looked especially comfortable in Mandalika, so there was a real feeling that an illustrious first victory – or at least a podium – was incoming. Dixon and many more will be hoping that maiden podium is waiting just around the corner.

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