Izan Guevara will start 7th in his most important career


Before the race of his life served his first match-ball for the Moto3 title at Phillip Island the Majorcan It’s Guevara He will start seventh, but if the combination of results this Saturday in qualifying for the Moto3 Australian GP is repeated, the Moto3 world champion title will be decided in his favor this Sunday. Ayumu Sasaki was ahead of Sergio García Dols with Ortolá third while Dennis Foggia would start twelfth.

Guevara needed to score two points against Foggia and for Dols not to take 6 points or Sasaki 20 points and all this happened this Saturday with pole positions at Phillip Island.

without thinking, It’s Guevara he was one of the first out on the track in qualifying, he has been consistent this year and maybe this will be the key to this title very close to being true to himself and shooting just to have time and also try not to lose your head when they chase the his wheel. He crashed in FP2 and has a type on his neck and loses a point in this Australian GP, ​​but he is not renting. At Phillip Island Sergio García Dols is waking up from his post summer vacation lethargy and Japanese Ayumu Sasaki with the softest Dunlop has become the king of the free.

And the Japanese with 1’35″854 put almost a second over everyone in his second launched lap (1’35″854) laying the foundation for his second pole when most returned to the pits with Izan Guevara from seventh to second. only about 1″3 ahead of Dols.

With Sasaki almost sentenced to pole, the battle was for his front row mates, García Dols followed by Dad and Moreira who finished second at 0″187 with Dad third. Guevara was 13th when he started his last attack and although Dad bothered him for a good part of the lap and managed to move up to seventh place, finally caught the slipstream of the Valencian Ivan Ortolá, brilliantly looking for a good tire, finally finished third, his best grid position of the year for one of the Spanish rookies in the championship The first pilot was forced to delay Guevara’s alirón,

Dennis Foggia will start 12th, so the combination of these results for Sunday will give Guevara the title. Tatay will start in fourth, Masiá in ninth, David Muñoz in 11th and Holgado in 13th.

Through Q1, McPhee, his first time in Q1, qualified David Muñoz, Carlos Tatay and Furusato. Xavi Artigas starts 24th and Ana Carrasco 26th.

Source: La Verdad


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