NUSA TENGGARA, INDOtayang.COM — Italian Ducati racer Michael Rinaldi thanked Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) for the construction of the cool Mandalika Circuit.
The Mandalika World Superbike (WSBK) series has started at the Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit, Friday (11/19/2021).
All racers admitted that they were amazed by the beauty of the Mandalika Circuit. And one of them is Ducati racer from Italy Michael Rinaldi.
Even the 25-year-old Ducati racer from the Aruba.it Racing team directly expressed his appreciation to the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Jokowi.
“Thank you, Mr. President [Jokowi] and Mr. Erick Thohir, for the cool circuit, thank you and see you soon,” said Michael Rinaldi on the Instagram account of the Minister of SOEs, Erick Thohir, Friday (11/19/2021).
The racer who is now in fourth place in the 2021 WSBK standings also captured his moments in action at the Mandalika Circuit through his Instagram account.
Cool Mandalika circuit track
Michael Rinaldi uploaded several photos when he underwent free practice for the 2021 WSBK Mandalika.
“It’s a beautiful track,” Rinaldi captioned the photo.
Rinaldi is a racer whose motorbike was illegally unboxed by an unscrupulous person when he arrived in Lombok, ahead of the 2021 WSBK Mandalika.
With the Ducati Panigale V4R, Rinaldi has won the highest podium three times. And Rinaldi won Race 1 and Superpole or short races in the Italian WSBK. And as well as a leading finish in Race 2 WSBK Spain.
Apart from being a champion three times, Rinaldi has also been runner-up twice. And twice in third place in the 2021 WSBK racing season. (One/Jack)