Krummenacher reaches the third step of the podium in race 1 but is limited to ninth in race 2 due to technical problems.

The Dutch circuit of Assen has hosted the final races in the electric category before the summer break. First in Friday's FP1 and fifth in qualifying, Krummenacher started from fourth on the grid after the theoretical polesitter Mattia Casadei received a penalty, which meant Randy moved up one spot.
The Swiss rider, competing for the Intact Dynavolt MotoGP team, scored a third place finish in race 1. Race 2 was more difficult, as technical problems meant that Krummenacher had to totally change his bike, finding himself with a different setup. Despite the best efforts of rider and team, they had to settle for a ninth place finish.

#RK3: “This weekend started really well with first place in yesterday's first free practice.
In qualifying I set the fifth time, and moved up to fourth on the grid after Casadei received a penalty. In race 1 I was able to finish third and thought I could do even better in race 2 but unexpected events are always just around the corner. A few minutes before heading out on pitlane for the race, something wasn't working on my bike and the team, together with the Ducati technicians, had to basically build the bike from scratch. The setting was never going to be identical to what I had on my bike and I realised that. The best I could do was ninth. We'll make up for it after the summer when we return to the track at Silverstone on 4-5 August. I want to thank my team, my sponsors, the Ducati technicians and my family for all their support. Now it's time to rest up so we can come back stronger at Silverstone.”
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