There are many stories of overcoming in the Motorcycle World Championship, and the race of the Doha Grand Prix, from Moto3, is one of them. This Sunday the second date of the championship took place and the results were surprising. A test that was not decided until the last corner of the Qatar track, which had an unexpected winner.
With only 16 years old, Pedro Acosta achieved his first World Cup victory of his sports career. After a battle that involved more than 10 drivers in the final, the Spaniard overcame a race that seemed uphill. Acosta started from pit lane due to a penalty in the first Grand Prix of the year, and ended up winning the race.
Several crashes favored the young Spanish driver who did not want to save anything to reach the top of the race. The fight at the top was brutal. Several leaders over the course of several laps kept fans in their seats and couldn’t take their eyes off the broadcast. Among the many race leaders there was an Argentine, Gabriel Rodrigo.
The team driver Gresini Racing he was one of the dominators of the whole weekend. However, and after fighting for victory for several laps, the Argentine could not keep up with the race pace. Far from settling for a podium, he was looking for first place, which is why his motorcycle’s performance dropped as the laps ran.
Moto3 championship status
Pedro Acosta leads the Moto3 World Championship standings after his first World Cup victory. In total, the young Spaniard has 45 units. Second is located Darryn Binder, that after today’s second place reaches 36 points. The top three closes it Jaume Masiá, who could not repeat the victory of the last weekend at the Losail circuit.
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