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In Japan Albert Arenas makes it back to back podiums, Raul Fernandez finishes 19th
Two weeks after his victory in Thailand, the Gaviota Ángel Nieto Team were celebrating again in Japan today thanks to Albert Arenas. The Spaniard was back on the podium at Motegi, confirming his great form with second place in a race that he had started from the 12+1 position... Read more
Sensational win for Albert Arenas after brave last corner move, 9th for Raul Fernandez
Albert Arenas and the Gaviota Ángel Nieto Team returned to the top step of the podium today with a sensational victory sealed by a stunning final corner move. The Spaniard ran at the front throughout the race after qualifying on the front row and he looked comfortable on his... Read more
Albert Arenas 8th and Raul Fernandez 21at in Aragon
Aron Canet replicated the feat of his compatriot Jorge Martín at the Grand Prix of Aragón last year, taking today’s Moto3 win from pole position by more than four seconds over second place. His main title rival Lorenzo dalla Porta got caught up in the chasing group and had... Read more
Top ten finish at Misano for Raul Fernandez, DNF for Albert Arenas
Tatsuki Suzuki took victory at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in the San Marino GP, coming out on top in an intense race that saw several riders challenging for the win. John McPhee and Tony Arbolino joined him on the podium, as they emerged from a group that... Read more
Raul Fernandez 18th in British GP, DNF for Albert Arenas
Marcos Ramírez took his second victory of the season in a close race at Silverstone, which saw a lead group of thirteen riders battle for victory until the final lap, when the Spaniard picked his way clear to take the flag. His teammate Lorenzo dalla Porta was just a... Read more
Silverstone front row start for Raul Fernandez, 16th for Albert Arenas
Sama Qatar Ángel Nieto Team Raúl Fernández claimed his second front row start of the season -his first since the GP of The Americas- in Saturday’s qualifying run at Silverstone. The Spanish rider earned third place for the British Grand Prix, despite having to go through Q1 and suffering... Read more
Raul Fernandez twelfth and Albert Arenas DNF in Brno
Aron Canet and Lorenzo dalla Porta started the second half of the season as they finished the first. However, on this occasion it was the Spanish rider who finished ahead of the Italian, thus reclaiming the lead of the Moto3 World Championship with a 3-point advantage. Canet came into... Read more
Raul Fernandez takes career best finish with 5th  in Germany, Albert Arenas finishes 21st
Lorenzo dalla Porta finally took his first victory of 2019 at Sachsenring today, the Italian making the top step of the podium by just 0.072 seconds ahead of his teammate Marcos Ramírez. Dalla Porta took advantage of a tough weekend for Aron Canet to take over at the top... Read more
DNFs for Raul Fernandez and Albert Arenas at Assen
Tony Arbolino broke the curse that seemed to have befallen the Moto3 grid this season, becoming the first rider to score more than one win in 2019. The Italian emerged victorious from another crazy race, with the riders attacking each of the 22 laps as if it were the... Read more
Raul Fernandez qualifies 11th at Assen, Albert Arenas 18th
The Dutch TT will start with Niccolò Antonelli on pole position in the 22-lap Moto3 race, which promises to be another huge group battle at the front like in Barcelona last time out. In FP3 this morning there were 23 riders within the same second but a good grid... Read more