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Greg Hancock declared himself happy with how his first Grand Prix of 2018 went as he just missed out on the semi-final’s in Warsaw.
Greg, who was dumped on his back in his first race by the mudguard of Freddie Lindgren, bounced back to record eight points from his next four races but he fell agonisingly short of the top eight, missing out by a single point.
Despite that, the four-time World Champion was pleased with his night’s work and believes it sets him up nicely for the rest of the season.
I always want more points and it was frustrating to miss out by a point but overall I’m happy. We know now that the bikes are good, they feel fast and I know it’s down to me now to put them in the right place on the track.
The first round is never easy but I felt pretty good and we sorted a few small issues we had. We needed to know if we’re on the pace and now we know we are, we’re going in the right direction and that’s the main thing.
“It was a tough meeting, the first one is always a bit up and down but it felt so good to be back out there and mixing it. We can go to Prague now knowing that we have something that’s working and I feel confident that we’re in a good place.”