JOSITO GARCÍA LEAVES LE MANS WITH NOTHING

JOSITO GARCÍA LEAVES LE MANS WITH NOTHING

The Spanish rider of the AGR crashed during the French race

 

The day started well for Josito García, the Argiñano & Ginés Racing Team rider, at the Moto3 Junior World Championship. At the warm up he classified in 6th, just behind the rider that would later win the race, Aleix Viu. Le Mans is a cold track, usually, in the morning, but he overcame that difficulty. The rider had a fine-tuned engine for the race and was motivated.

But later, during the race that took place at 16:30h, with high ambient temperature, the rider from Valencia crashed after a few laps. In a corner after passing another rider. Sometimes they are too eager, even the best of them. It was a pity, because he could have done well. Now it is time to learn from mistakes.

 

Moto3 #20 Josito García García –KTM / Crashed: Moto3 #20 Josito García García –KTM / Caída: “I had a good start and I felt well, but in the first corner, when trying to overtake, I crashed and I wasn’t able to continue. I’m not happy, because it was a weekend in which I could do well. I will keep the positive things: the team and I keep improving steadily. I want to thank the mechanics for their work”.

Carrera del FIMCEVREPSOL Moto3 en Le Mans.

Clasificación general del FIMCEVREPSOL Moto3 en Le Mans.

The Argiñano & Ginés Racing Team goes back to its Granollers headquarters to prepare the next round of the FIM CEV Repsol, scheduled for June 10th at the Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit. It will be the most complete round of the year, as there will be two races for Moto2 and two races for Moto3 and it will be a preparation for Edgar Pons to compete as wild card at the World Championship, that will take place a week later.

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