Linfoot, who missed a chunk of the early season with a cracked pelvis after being nerfed off at the Brands Hatch opener, thinks that Donington, Assen and Silverstone will work much better - if he can get his starts nailed down.
"My starts haven't been the best this year so I need to get that sorted out and take it forward to the next rounds, which I think will suit our bike much better due to their nature," said Linfoot, speaking to bikesportnews.com.
"We lack just a little punch on corner exit but the midrange and top-end of the bike is so strong, we will be able to mix it with the top boys on tracks that have a flowing nature, instead of the more stop-start ones.
"I am so pleased with the bike as a whole, though, and have managed to catch up a bit since I came back to riding. I'm now 11 points behind my team-mate, which is really encouraging given I missed so many races, and I think we are carrying some momentum now."
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