Crimson Bull Honda has confirmed former World Superbike star David Giugliano will act as take a look at rider on the two-day Lausitzring take a look at with Stefan Bradl away racing for Honda F.C.C. TSR Crew on the Suzuka eight Hours.
Hypothesis grew over the weekend that former Aruba.it Racing Ducati rider Giugliano can be becoming a member of the manufacturing unit Honda squad for the in-season take a look at in Germany, with the Dutch squad shifting to verify the information this morning.
Giugliano started 2017 within the MCE British Superbike championship with Tyco BMW however suffered an harm within the second spherical which dominated him out of motion earlier than agreeing to a mutual cut up final month.
Since then, the Italian rider has been looking a brand new experience both again in Italy or a possible return to World Superbikes having sufficiently recovered from his harm.
Giugliano will be part of Crimson Bull Honda take a look at rider Michele Magnoni on the Lausitzring take a look at to supply suggestions to the workforce on new elements and ‘options’ set to be launched to develop the brand new Honda Firebalde after a tough maiden marketing campaign in 2017.
“With the lengthy break between Laguna Seca and the Lausitzring, we’re working continuous to maintain enhancing the Fireblade and to be prepared for the second half of the season,” Ronald Ten Kate, workforce supervisor, stated. “This take a look at on the German monitor will give us the possibility to attempt new upgrades for the package deal we have already got and transfer ahead with the event of the bike.
“I wish to thank each Michele Magnoni and our particular take a look at rider for this outing Davide Giugliano for his or her availability to affix us. We’re certain their contribution shall be extraordinarily helpful for the workforce and for Stefan, who’s now in Japan to race on the eight Hour.”
Crimson Bull Honda’s two-day take a look at shall be held on the Lausitzring on the 25-26 July earlier than returning to the German circuit for the ninth spherical of the 2017 World Superbike championship on the 18-20 August.