World News – GB – Teruel Moto3: Masia wins two consecutive victories with the MotoLand masterclass


Jaume Masia repeated his success in Aragon last week with a victory at the Moto3 Teruel Grand Prix

Jaume Masia left until the last lap to make his trip and claim victory in the Moto3 Teruel Grand Prix at MotorLand Aragon

The Leopard rider was comfortably seated in second place behind championship leader Albert Arenas, patiently repeating his passes after trading heads with his compatriot several times over the race distance

After managing to secure victory on the same track last week in Aragon, the Spaniard took advantage of Arenas’ wider line and made his move, leading to the checkered flag by just 0051s in a lunge close to the line

It was Ayumu Sasaki who followed Masia’s line and came in second for Red Bull KTM Tech 3 – the Japanese rider won his very first podium in the process

Kaito Toba was back at his best in third The Red Bull KTM Ajo rider played a big part in the end result, first running John McPhee with a strong running movement, before a similar attack on Arenas at the line does not see him take the last place on the podium

This forced Arenas to settle for fourth place as she was consistently in the lead for most of the race Rider Solunion Aspar maintains her 13-point championship lead over Ai Ogura

Celestino Vietti made late gains to climb to fifth place and stay in the title race for Sky Racing Team VR46

John McPhee’s race mirrored his performance last week – starting 17th for Petronas Sprinta Racing put him in a situation similar to his penalty in Aragon Once again, the Briton set out to move through the peloton with confidence and climbed into the lead group to run as high as second, a challenge for victory This time number 17 finished sixth

Deniz Oncu tied his best result of the season as his late pace propelled him to seventh place for Red Bull KTM Tech 3, completing a strong performance for the team The Turkish rider was also the best rookie in the race

Darryn Binder faded a bit in the finals after making the top three, he finished eighth for CIP Green Power

The ninth went to Ai Ogura, earning seven valuable points for the Honda Team Asia rider, to keep him second in the overall standings

The Japanense rider also left late to run through the peloton, having spent much of the race outside the top 15

Tony Arbolino lacked experience in Aragon after missing last weekend’s race (traveled with someone who tested positive for Covid-19, but tested negative himself) Despite a second qualifying and a Higher warm-up, the Rivacold Snipers rider quickly passed out in the race, taking the tenth checkered flag

Alonso Lopez (with Khairul Idham Pawi and Barry Baltus) had a long lap penalty to serve in the race as the first riders sanctioned under the new system

The Husqvarna rider achieved the best recovery of the trio to finish eleventh for Sterilgarda Max Racing

Raul Fernandez started from pole, but after being pushed extensively halfway through the race, he never really recovered Red Bull KTM rider finished twelfth at the end of the race

Filip Salac fought to stay 13th on the Rivacold Snipers’ second entry, while Gabriel Rodrigo started off brilliantly but slipped to 14th after a while out of his seat for Kommerling Gresini

Tatsuki Suzuki (SIC 58 Squadra Corse) crashed at the ninth corner of the last lap, taking Sergio Garcia with him The driver Estrella Galicia came 28th on the grid to run in the lead group

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