Extraordinary Sunday for the Octo Pramac team that achieves the first podium of the category in the final round of the season thanks to Josh Hook who obtained the third position in race two at Le Mans. Hook, who had shown since Saturday that he can be among the fastest group, today brought home the result that the team was waiting for. A perfect race where all the qualities of the Australian rider emerged and which gave great satisfaction to the whole team. Alex De Angelis after the crash on Friday in which he suffered shoulder problems, on Sunday he showed great willpower; gritting his teeth he got on his bike for the last time as a rider finishing in fourteenth place. (here the article dedicated to De Angelis' retirement from racing)
“I'm really happy with this result, I know the track very well and this made the difference. We finally managed to show how much we are worth, I was very confident because we have always been competitive this weekend. "
Alex De Angelis
“It's not just a race over, it is the end of a era. I am very happy to have spent two years with Team Octo Pramac, and I am sure that we will continue to have an excellent relationship. I want to thank all the members of the team and the sponsors."
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