Between 2016 and 2021, Iker Lecuona was a regular at the Grand Prix (in the first year he did just six Moto2 races) before beginning to commit to
Between 2016 and 2021, Iker Lecuona was a regular at the Grand Prix (in the first year he did just six Moto2 races) before beginning to commit to racing for WorldSBK this season. Now aged 22, the Spaniard will enter a new phase of his career in which he is one of the youngest in the top category based on production motorcycles.
«I am very young, I come from the Grand Prix and I am one of the youngest in this category. I definitely need more experience on the bike. The World Superbike Championship is completely different from MotoGP, and the team management is also completely new. In my case, I think it’s important to forget everything I know about MotoGP or Moto2 and start from scratch.” argued according to crash.net.
The pilot also said that in the first contact with his Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP that he did not touch the electronics and that in 2022 he will compete on new tracks for himself:
– The first day [de la prueba de Jerez] I didn’t touch any electronic device and in MotoGP I used it a lot. I think I have a lot of potential to learn quickly, but there are also new tracks; I think that’s six new tracks for me.