Having got all excited posting up the San Marino event schedule and everything it’s come as something of a shock and a disappointment to find out that we won’t be watching Tutu after all… Team Bancaja Aspar (according to reports at dailymotos.com) has announced that Pere Tutusaus will be replaced... Read more
“I am happy because we have solved the problema of the weekend. The setting was hard to find, so today’s result was pretty good. I was fast in the race and was able to fight with a group, with some of my CEV rivals. I had another great start,... Read more
(*Above – Pere Tutusaus following hard on the tail of Luis Salom at Jerez today) An excellent result for Pere today in Round 3 of the Spanish CEV Championships, held at Jerez, where he was competing in the 125cc class. Rounding off a superb weekend’s performances, our guy followed up... Read more
A great result for Pere today, as he came home 12th in an eventful French GP run in tricky conditions.The 125 race was rain-affected, starting dry (with Tutu 29th on the grid) but stopped with 9 of the 24 laps remaining as a shower started and a number of... Read more
An excellent, solid ride from Pere Tutusaus today in tricky conditions to bring home his Bancaja Aspar Aprilia in 15th place, taking his first World Championship point.On a day when quite a few riders were caught out by wet to greasy conditions, he kept his head down and came... Read more
As it turned out, Pere Tutusaus had the peculiar distinction of being the only Team Aspar rider to finish in either 125cc or 250cc races at Jerez on Sunday, taking a solid and well-deserved 19th place in the final results. Even so, Pere was not completely satisfied with his showing,... Read more
Pere was at the Bancaja Aspar Team 2008 Presentation, held at the Hippodrome de la Zarzuela in Madrid on February 25th, along with fellow 125cc riders Gabor Talmacsi and Sergio Gadea, and 250cc crew Alvaro Bautista and Hector Faubel.Pere’s the youngest of the team of course, and the newbie... Read more
(*Above: some images from Pere’s motorcycling career) For Pere Tutusaus – the youngest member of the Bancaja Aspar Team – living in the world of two wheels, began at the age of two once his mother gave him his first motorbike, a Yamaha Piwi. At the age of seven, Pere... Read more