Moto3 GP Germany: Izan Guevara off everyone, according to Dennis Foggia

Second success in a row by the Spaniard who in the German Moto3 GP detaches everyone from pole in the style of his Majorcan compatriot Lorenzo. Good second place for Foggia, good at resisting the attack of Garcia, third, whose advantage in the lead is crumbled by the companion of GasGas

From our correspondent Mario Salvini

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– sachsenring (germany)

Not for a moment did it look like a Moto3 race. Truly the tenth of the season, at Sachsenring, was the most atypical race seen for some time in the lightest category. In the sense that Izan Guevara won it, but not in a brawl. There was not even a hint of that saraband of overtaking, counter-overtaking and fairing that are the trademark of the championship. None of this. Simply: Guevara has gone away from pole, and no one has even come close to him. He looked like his fellow Mallorcan Jorge Lorenzo from the best of times, only he did it in MotoGP, not Moto3.

moto3 talent

Izan is from 2004, he has not yet turned 18: he will do it in two weeks, on Tuesday 28th, immediately after Assen. Meanwhile, here he took his fourth career victory, third of the season after those at home in Jerez and Montmelò (without counting the disputes in Mugello). A confirmation, suffice it to say that in the paddock there are those who say that he could be the “Next Big Thing” of motorcycles, like and even more than Pedro Acosta.

Commander guevara

Guevara crossed the finish line on his feet, saluting. Of course, for obvious reasons of homonymy they call him Commander. “It was an important victory,” he said. “It’s been a good few races, it’s my fifth podium in a row. We did an incredible job with the team. ”But it’s not just for first place that there was no duel.

shape 2 °

Even behind, in the group gradually more and more detached from Guevara, the positions have not changed. In second place Dennis Foggia, with leaders Sergio Garcia who, starting from sixth, quickly climbed to third place, from where he followed “Er Missiletto” throughout the race. Except then attack it at the last corner, put it in front of it for a few meters. But the Italian was good at crossing and finishing second. “Finally – he said – I went well. It was tough, because Guevara was very fast in the last sector, and therefore it was impossible to catch him. But after two zeros, it was important to recover some points ”. Little satisfaction for the rest of Italy, with Andrea Migno involved at the start of the accident that knocked out Tatay, McPhee and Ricardo Rossi. Migno found himself 22nd and climbed up to 8th final place.

What a triumph Gasgas

Third then Garcia who remains at the top of the standings, but his advantage over his companion crumbles: now Garcia is at 166, Guevara shortens to second place with 159. A triumph for GasGas. And a setback for Honda and Ktm. Foggia rises to 115 and can still hope.

arrival moto3

The order of arrival of the German Moto3 GP

  1. Guevara (GasGas) in 39’14 “946
  2. Foggia (Honda) at 4 “853
  3. Garcia (GasGas) at 4 “964
  4. Sasaki (Husqvarna) to 5 “941
  5. Suzuki (Honda) to 9 “081
  6. Holgado (Ktm) at 12 “826
  7. Oncu (Ktm) at 13 “426
  8. To. Fernandez (Ktm) at 14.664
  9. Munoz (Ktm) at 21 “055
  10. Ortolà (Ktm) at 21 “272
  11. Migno (Honda) at 21 “452
  12. Masia (Ktm) at 21 “529
  13. Artigas (CfMoto) at 31 “870
  14. Bartolini (Ktm) at 31 “792
  15. Nepa (Ktm) at 31 “949
  16. Moreira (Ktm) at 32 “120
  17. Furusato (Honda) at 32 “228
  18. Fellon (Honda) at 32 “321
  19. McPhee (Husqvarna) at 45 “223
  20. Toba (Ktm) at 51 “842
  21. Surra (Honda) at 55 “564
  22. Carrasco (Ktm) at 1’17 “865
  23. Aji (Honda) at 5 laps

moto3, world ranking

The top ten after ten out of twenty races in the Moto3 World Championship

  1. Garcia (Spa) 166
  2. Guevara (Spa) 159
  3. Foggia (Ita) 115
  4. Masia (Spa) 107
  5. Oncu (Tur) 91
  6. Sasaki (Giap) 88
  7. Suzuki (Giap) 81
  8. Migno (Ita) 76
  9. Tatay (Spa) 62
  10. Rossi (Ita) 47




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