After a first competitive part of the race for Jorge Martin, which saw him able to stay with the front-runners, the Spaniard – who started the encounter from seventh place on the grid – wrapped up what has been a difficult weekend with a 15th place finish.
The #JapaneseGP draws to a close for Team Del Conca Gresini Moto3 with two finishes in the points and the desire for greater results at the upcoming Australian GP, which will get underway in less than five days at Phillip Island.
15th – JORGE MARTIN #88
“It’s been a very difficult race and I have to say I basically had no feeling on board my Honda under these conditions. The realistic goal was to make it to the finish line and we did it, but one point is clearly not our target. We’ve always been competitive in these track conditions so we must work on our wet race set-up.“
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