Supersport: Michael Canducci leaves Go Eleven Kawasaki

After six races ad just one point finish, the collaboration between Michael Canducci and Go Eleven Kawasaki has come to an end. The rider from Ravenna has left the team owned by Gianni Ramello after a very difficult first half of the season, which was affected by the huge crash experienced at Phillip Island and several technical issues. The best result scored by Canducci with Go Eleven is the 14th place got at Motorland Aragon.

Here’s what Canducci said: “I want to say thank you to the team people for their hard work. Together we faced many difficulties, but for me this experience represented an opportunity to grow as a rider. I wish thm the best for the future.

These are the words of Denis Sacchetti, Go Eleven Team Manager: “If we could go back to last November, we would sign Michael again. He’s one of the Italian riders with the greatest potential and we are sorry that this collaboration did not work. The results of the past few races were bad and so it would have been useless to continue, since the situation was disadvantageous for both parties. I hope that Michael can find a seat to continue his season, in order to return competitive and to get the results he deserves.

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