Moto3 Germany Race: No one was able to overshadow Izan Guevara in an already hot Sachsenring!

The Moto3 category opened the qualifying sessions, during which Daniel Holgado (KTM, Red Bull KTM Ajo, # 96) thought he would make his first pole, but not counting the last lap of Izan Guevara (GasGas , GasGas Aspar Team). , # 28) in 1: 25.869, who completed only one timed lap in Q2, waiting the last two minutes to prove what he was capable of. The Mallorcan has surpassed his previous benchmark by just over a tenth. This left behind a three-tenths gap over his pursuers, which Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7) reduced by only a few hundredths to the checkered flag. In addition, the front row will consist of Izan Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28), followed by Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7) and an excellent Daniel Holgado (KTM, Red Bull KTM Ajo, # 96). ), the beginner descends from the top of the timing screens at the last minute of the session.

Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna, Sterilgarda Husqvarna Max, # 71) also spent the first part of Q2 leading the group, but eventually had to settle for fourth, sharing the second row with his compatriots. tatsuki suzuki (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 24) i Ryusei Yamanaka (KTM, MT Helmets – MSI, # 6). David Muñoz (KTM, BOE SKX, # 44) continued his strong debut in the World Championship with a start in the third row, being nine thousandths of a second faster than the leader of the championship, Sergio Garcia (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 11), and another hundred ahead Matteo Bertelle (KTM, QJMotor Avintia Racing Team, # 18), which had saved its place in extremis in Q1. Scott Ogden (Honda, VisionTrack Racing Team, # 19) completes the top 10, sharing the fourth row with Joel Kelso (KTM, CIP-Green Power, # 66) i Andrea Migno (Honda, Rivacold Snipers Team, # 16).

John McPhee (Husqvarna, Sterilgarda Husqvarna Max, # 17) opens the fifth row of the grid, next to the leader of Q1, Adrià Fernández (KTM, Red Bull KTM Tech3, # 31) i Riccardo Rossi (Honda, SIC58 Squadra Corse, # 54) who experienced a difficult classification with a fall at the end of the Q1 session. Like the man right in front of him, Xavier Artigas (CFMoto, CFMoto Racing PruestelGP, # 43) also tested the gravel trap in the gravel at the end of Q1 and a great job from his mechanics saw him join Q2 and share the sixth row with carlos tatay (CFMoto, CFMoto Racing PruestelGP, # 99) i Jaume Masia (KTM, Red Bull KTM Ajo, # 5), the latter crashed before setting a time in the session.

Although Diogo Moreira (KTM, MT Helmets – MSI, # 10) missed Q2 by just four hundredths of a second, the big loser in Q1 was Deniz Oncu (KTM, Red Bull KTM Tech3, # 53), which was the fastest in the checkered flag, but its best time was canceled due to exceeding the track limits and dropping it to the 24th place on the grid.

Finally, our French Lorenzo Fellon (Honda, SIC58 Squadra Corse, # 20) will be ranked 22nd on the grid.

Who will be the winner of this German Grand Prix ? Before answering this question, here is the table that summarizes the facts known so far.

Sachsenring Moto3 ™

2021

2022

FP1

1’26,739 John McPhee

1’26,459 Izan Guevara
FP2

1’27.090 Pedro Acosta

1’26.363 Tatsuki Suzuki
FP3

1’26.317 Andrea Migno

1’25.925 Izan Guevara
Q1

1’27,481 Darryn Binder

1’26.806 Adrián Fernández
P2

1’26.913 Filip Salac

1’25.869 Izan Guevara
Heat

1’27.058 Pedro Acosta

1’26.781 Izan Guevara
career

Acosta, Toba, Alcoba

Guevara, Foggia, Garcia
Register

1’26.044 Marcos Ramírez (2019)

1’25.869 Izan Guevara

By the end of the morning, the air temperature was 31 ° C and the runway temperature was 43 ° C.

The riders are ready to start this 27-lap race.

Here’s a selection of the riders ’tires for this race.

When the red lights go out, Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) maintains the lead Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7), tatsuki suzuki (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 24) climbed to third place. It involves an incident on the first corner Riccardo Rossi (Honda, SIC58 Squadra Corse, # 54), John McPhee (Husqvarna, Sterilgarda Husqvarna Max, # 17) i carlos tatay (CFMoto, CFMoto Racing PruestelGP, # 99), which brings the other 2 riders to their fall.

Riccardo Rossi (Honda, SIC58 Squadra Corse, # 54) will pass by the Medical Center. Andrea Migno (Honda, Rivacold Snipers Team, # 16) i Adrià Fernández (KTM, Red Bull KTM Tech3, # 31) are also involved in this incident.

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After the first round, Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) points first, ahead Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7) i tatsuki suzuki (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 24). The first 7 pilots are put in 1 second, and the battle is spread behind the leader, but for now, no pilot is moving away. The view from the helicopter provides a better understanding of the bend 1 incident.

Deniz Oncu (KTM, Red Bull KTM Tech3, # 53) i Kaito Toba (KTM, CIP-Green Power, # 27) are penalized with a long double lap for anticipating departure. The Turkish rider had already climbed to 9th place, despite his complicated classification.

After 5 laps of buckles, Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) is 0.401 s ahead Daniel Holgado (KTM, Red Bull KTM Ajo, # 96), who passed the 2 Leopard Racing drivers, Dennis Foggia i tatsuki suzuki. The fight between the pursuers allows the leader to catch some air.

With only 23 laps left, it’s hot in between Deniz Oncu (KTM, Red Bull KTM Tech3, # 53) i Ryusei Yamanaka (KTM, MT Helmets – MSI, # 6) and another major accident involved Matteo Bertelle (KTM, QJMotor Avintia Racing Team, # 18) i Scott Ogden (Honda, VisionTrack Racing Team, # 19) takes place. The Italian driver has a sore knee and will also go to the Medical Center.

20 laps on arrival, Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) has an advantage of 0.819 s over the chase group, consisting of Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7), tatsuki suzuki (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 24), Sergio Garcia (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 11), Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna, Sterilgarda Husqvarna Max, # 71) i Daniel Holgado (KTM, Red Bull KTM Ajo, # 96). Jaume Masia (KTM, Red Bull KTM Ajo, # 5) is 8th, 4.5 seconds behind the leader and 3 behind the pursuer group.

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Joel Kelso (KTM, CIP-Green Power, # 66) falls without gravity and returns to the track, then retreats.

15 laps to go and about halfway through, Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) does not relax its efforts and has an advantage of 1,680 Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7), closely followed by Sergio Garcia (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 11), much more comfortable in the race than in the classification. tatsuki suzuki (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 24), Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna, Sterilgarda Husqvarna Max, # 71) i Daniel Holgado (KTM, Red Bull KTM Ajo, # 96) are also in the chase group.

13 laps from the finish line, Ryusei Yamanaka (KTM, MT Helmets – MSI, # 6) suffered a mechanical problem and retired.

There are only 10 laps left, and in the advanced places, the positions are stabilizing: Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) is now 2,272 s ahead Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7), closely followed by Sergio Garcia (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 11). Deniz Oncu (KTM, Red Bull KTM Tech3, # 53) is 7th despite his long double lap, 10 seconds behind the leader and 7th behind the pursuing group. Without this complicated qualification and this early exit, he could have fought for victory.

We are entering the last 5 laps of this German Grand Prix, and it still is Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) who is in command, now 4,369 s ahead Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7) i Sergio Garcia (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 11). This second part of the race is less lively, which is relatively rare in Moto3, however Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) seems untouchable this weekend.

At the start of the last lap, unless there is a problem, Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) finished first on the podium, 5,321s ahead of his pursuers. Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7) i Sergio Garcia (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 11) have not yet decided in what order the podium will be, regularly trading second place, with Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna, Sterilgarda Husqvarna Max, # 71) located in the exhaust pipes of the GasGas pilot.

Daniel Holgado (KTM, Red Bull KTM Ajo, # 96), 6th, can no longer keep up and is 3 seconds away tatsuki suzuki (Honda, Leopard Racing, No. 24), which is also 1 second away Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna, Sterilgarda Husqvarna Max, # 71).

Passing under the checkered flag, he is, therefore, an imperial Be Guevara (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 28) who won the race with an advantage of 4,853 s. Dennis Foggia (Honda, Leopard Racing, # 7) i Sergio Garcia (GasGas, GasGas Aspar Team, # 11), who tried everything on the last lap. This is the 5th consecutive podium for Guevara.

Lorenzo Fellon (Honda, SIC58 Squadra Corse, # 20) finished in 18th place.

Results of the German Moto3 Grand Prix at the Sachsenring:

Rating Credit: MotoGP.com

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