Jeremy Alcoba proclaims junior Moto3 world champion


Cheste (Valencia), Nov 10 (EFE) .- The Catalan rider Jeremy Alcoba has proclaimed Champion of the Junior World of Moto3 in the last test of the FIM CEV Repsol that was played this weekend at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.

The Husqvarna rider faced this last double date with the confidence of having a wide difference with his main rival this season, but in the first of the two sleeves he has won the victory and the title.

"I am very happy, very happy to get the championship" he said after the podium of the first test and explained that "at the beginning of the race he was cautious, since there were drivers who are not normally ahead and wanting to win is normal make mistakes so I have been more calm thinking about the championship, but in the last laps I have seen that I could advance and I have only thought about winning the race, now to celebrate and enjoy. ”

On the podium he has been accompanied by Jose Julian Garcia who has obtained the second position and Aleix Viu who has finished third.

In the second race of the category, the Valencian Carlos Tatay has achieved his first victory the Circuit Ricardo Tormo. Barry Baltus of Angle Nietto Team has finished in second position and Adran Fenandez closed the podium.

“From the beginning I tried to stay in the first position and open a gap that is what finally gave me the victory. It is incredible to win something in Valencia that I had never done before, it was a circuit that I was not good at, but from now on I will enjoy them, ”he said.

The European Talent Cup race had a special incentive for leading riders. The champion of the contest, the pilot of Cradle of Champions Izan Guevara, has not participated because he has had his first experience in Moto3.

In these circumstances, the Valencian Ivan Ortola (Angel Nieto Team) has started the race leading the lead group, which after multiple overtaking and incidents has been reduced to six riders.

Ortola has achieved his third victory of the year. "This is where we deserve to be," said the Aspar pupil who thus achieved the second position of the general. The Andalusian Fermin Aldeguer has entered second in goal and has taken the third final place of the contest and Adrian Cruces has been third in goal in hard fight with the pilot of the Cradle of Champions Marcos Ruda.

Hector Garzo left from the pole in the appointment of Moto2. The Valencian rider has dominated after a great start the first part of the race until, with six laps left, the champion of the Edgar Pons category has passed him.

The local driver has started at that point a fight to maintain the lead until the last lap, in which Pons has surpassed Garzo on the Nico Terol curve. Third the Italian Tommaso Marcon has finished.

"I am very happy with the second position after fighting for the victory until the end of the race, although we deserved the first position, I am satisfied with the podium," said the Valencian rider who next week will fight for the MotoE world title .

The FIM CEV Repsol has gathered 14,000 people in the Circuit Ricardo Tormo and prepares the fans for the next weekend to be held the Motul Grand Prix of the Valencian Community that closes the 2019 season. EFE

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