Last Tuesday for the third time in succession Thomas#71 was invited by a wildcard to participate in the upcoming MotoGP the Dutch TT Assen The driver from Wezep will start on a Kalex - KTM Moto3 machine from the RW Racing GP Team.

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EvL : " Our own build chassis handles well, and with the engine is nothing wrong. The combination Thomas#71 and Bakker Honda is a strong one otherwise they had not been able to win the Dutch title Moto3 last season. The strong CEV competition has shown compared to the competition which consists primarily of semi - factory teams we are lacking top speed.
To not lose the connection to the field entirely www.71WorkX.nl Racing and Thomas#71 decided to change course and look around for faster material."

Thomas#71 "I first informally approached Roelof Waninge, owner of the RW Racing GP Team, with the question whether he could help us out with a faster bike, in order to participate in the Dutch TT.
Some preliminary meetings in the presence of RW Team manager Jarno Janssen followed and last weekend at Le Mans we’ve completed the deal.

I am very gratefull to all my sponsors who made it possible to first of all participate in the CEV and again for the trust they placed in me to support the realization of this deal. In addition to that, I want to thank the responsible people within the KNMV who know and appreciate my performances of last season by awarding me with this wildcard.

Thomas#71 gets technical explanation of Hans Spaan, chief engineer within RW Racing GP before traveling to the Spanish circuit of Aragon to participate in the third CEV race that initially and largely will consist of completely customize the Kalex - KTM to the riding style of Thomas#71. Who believes that the whole, apart from an important race, is the beginning of a good preparation for the Dutch TT. www.71WorkX.com Racing does not rule out there will be further testing after Aragon.