The Catalan Grand Prix from Moto3 gave one of the best sports shows of recent years in World Motorcycling. After the most difficult weekend in recent years in the championship of the lower category, the drivers showed that they have a more than strong mentality to overcome the problems and what this dangerous sport leaves behind.
The race unfolded with impressive parity, which left all the first 15 drivers in a gap more than small. The winner was the Spanish Sergio garcia, of team Aspar. García prevailed in a peloton that had a multitude of pilots, who demonstrated the enormous equality that there is in the category. The Spanish won by a difference of less than half a second.
For its part, Jeremy Alcoba he was second on the final podium of the Catalan Grand Prix. After a difficult weekend for him, after being involved in the accident in which Jason dupasquier lost his life, Alcoba showed his talent and was able to prevail in a race that left him well up in the classifier. Alcoba was about to stay with the victory, but he lacked a few meters to get it.
Denis Oncu He was the one who closed the Moto3 podium. The Turk, who was involved in a strong accident a few weeks ago, benefited from a penalty to Jaume Masiá. The Spaniard exceeded the track limits and was delayed. The Argentinian Gabriel Rodrigo, who had taken pole this Saturday, could not achieve a victory despite being at the top for much of the race. Finally, the Argentine was sixth.
On the last lap of the race, hearts stopped. In the eighth corner of the Catalan circuit there was a strong accident involving three drivers. Dennis Foggia, Xavier Artigas Y Ayumu Sasaki They were the ones who were involved. Both Foggia and Artigas were able to make their own way back to the pit area. Instead Sasaki was transferred to the medical center, although he is conscious.
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