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Raul Fernandez qualifies 15th in Mugello, with Albert Arenas lining up 22nd
Tony Arbolino will start his home Grand Prix from pole position at Mugello tomorrow, after claiming top spot by a convincing 0.673 seconds from Gabriel Rodrigo this afternoon, setting a new Moto3 lap record of 1’56.407 in the process. Alongside the Italian and the Argentinean on the front row... Read more
Hard fought points forRaul Fernandez and Albert Arenas in France
John McPhee confirmed the good form he showed to take pole position yesterday with victory in the Moto3 at Le Mans by just 0.106 seconds over Lorenzo dalla Porta and Aron Canet today. The trio were part of a compact lead group over the early laps but with six... Read more
Tricky qualifying day at Le Mans for Raul Fernandez and Albert Arenas
The second day of the French Grand Prix started out in rainy conditions at Le Mans, meaning that the automatic Q2 positions for the Moto3 class were decided by Friday’s free practice times. John McPhee was one of the riders who progressed through a wet Q1 and the... Read more
Excellent 5th place for Albert Arenas in Jerez comeback, DNF for Raul Fernandez
Nicolò Antonelli and Tatsuki Suzuki already gave a warning of what they were capable of at Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto in free practice on Friday and in today’s race they backed up their early pace with a team one-two, the Italian taking victory after a hectic race... Read more
Bittersweet qualifying day in Jerez for Albert Arenas and Raul Fernandez
The fourth round of the Moto3 World Championship will see four Italian riders line up in the front five positions on the grid, with Lorenzo dalla Porta taking pole position this afternoon at Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto. Tatsuki Suzuki is ahead of Celestino Vietti on the front... Read more
Although many had predicted an escape job from Aron Canet and Romano Fenati, the opening Moto3 race of the season turned into a massive group battle with up to sixteen riders fighting for a victory that eventually went to Kaito Toba. The first ever Japanese winner of a Moto3... Read more
Albert Arenas and Raul Fernandez give Angel Nieto Team double top ten in Qatar qualifying
Aron Canet claimed the first pole position of the 2019 Moto3 World Championship and the first of the new qualification format, which has been introduced to Moto3 and Moto2 for this year. The fourteen fastest riders from free practice were joined by the four fastest from Q1 in a... Read more
Raul Fernandéz takes points at Valencia, DNF for Albert Arenas
The last Moto3 race of the 2018 season was a crash-filled contest in Valencia, which only twenty riders were able to finish. The first to take the chequered flag in the wet race was debuting wildcard Can Oncu, who became the youngest winner of a World Championship race. World... Read more
Albert Arenas reigns in Australia with sensational final lap
Ángel Nieto Team rider Albert Arenas took an incredible second victory of the season in Australia after a sensational final lap that saw him break from a huge pack of riders fighting for the win. Several months since and some 17,000km away from his last victory in France, Arenas... Read more
Albert Arenas DNF in Motegi
The pendulum swung in Moto3 today, and after Jorge Martín picked up fourth place with a hand injury in Thailand as Marco Bezzecchi crashed on the final lap, in Japan it was the Italian who benefited as Martín went down in the final stages of the race. Bezzecchi took... Read more