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Giugliano targets Jerez return to World Superbike action

Aruba Ducati’s Davide Giugliano is targeting a return to World Superbike action after being forced to pull out of the Magny-Cours weekend.

Giugliano rode in free practice at Magny-Cours but a low-speed crash on his out-lap during Superpole 1 meant he withdrew from the event due to suffering too much discomfort from a torn muscle in his left shoulder.

“There are no broken bones, but a couple of significant muscle tears which did not allow me to ride properly. I am in the hands of the professionals, doing a lot of physiotherapy and trying to resolve this situation to be able to return at Jerez,” said Giugliano.


“When I rode in France, I had no strength in my arm. After the second run in Free Practice 1 I could no longer lift my arm, which did not make things easy. We know what the problem is and we are trying to solve it. I will travel to Jerez and I want to race there. It’s normal to ride in a bit of pain sometimes; we are riders and we encounter situations like this a few times every year.”

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