Arenas and Dixon arrive in the top 10 at the circuit of the Americas after being fifth and eighth in Argentina, and they aspire to continue in that line in Austin
Shimoku and the GASGAS Aspar Team start their partnership at the Americas GP in a key year for both. This collaboration will boost the international notoriety of Shimoku, a Spanish company that allows you to build any kind of Data Products in hours & also gives you the chance to create Predictive Analytics Products with Artificial Intelligence. Shimoku will help the Aspar Team in the use and development of technology for the growth of the team.
Sergi Ortiz, Shimoku CEO: "It is a real pleasure and a magnificent opportunity for Shimoku to be able to join the GASGAS Aspar Team all over the world, helping them to improve in all their technological areas."
Jorge Martínez, Aspar Team CEO: “We are pleased to have Shimoku among us and to be able to help them grow and expand internationally. We fully trust the ability of the Shimoku team to give us the necessary technological support and thus be able to focus on what we do best, fighting for victory on each circuit.”
The Shimoku GASGAS Aspar Team arrives at the Grand Prix of the Americas for the first time with its two riders in the top 10 of the category. Albert Arenas is ninth overall after finishing eighth last week at Termas de Río Hondo. The Catalan rider continues climbing positions, since in Qatar he was thirteenth and in Indonesia he finished tenth. In Argentina, he set himself the goal of getting inside top 6, a goal that he will seek again in Austin. Meanwhile, his teammate Jake Dixon sits tenth in the standings, having jumped several positions after finishing fifth in Argentina. The British rider finished just off the podium and will fight to finally get it in Austin, where last year he finished tenth.
Albert Arenas: “We arrive in Austin after a weekend with good vibes and good teamwork. It is a circuit that I like a lot and last year I enjoyed it, but I couldn't finish. This weekend, together with Shimoku, we will work non-stop, as we have made during this season.”
Jake Dixon: “It was quite a difficult race for me in Argentina. Now, step by step, we are getting closer. It’s just a matter of time. America is a track that I really like. Last year I was fast here, and I have a better bike this year, so I expect big things.”