to them 17 yearslast sunday portimao circuitachieved his first victory in motorcycle world championship. He has become the leader of his own category and wants to continue this until the end of the championship. become world champion.
His passion for motorcycles comes from his family and was instilled in him by his father. Dani Holgado Miralles (San Vicente del Raspeig, April 27, 2005) He fulfilled one of his big dreams since childhood. Winning a race in the Motorcycle World Championship is not within the reach of many. He is already privileged.
He achieved his first pole position in Austria in August last year and achieved his first podium at the Aragon Grand Prix just a month later at the Motorland circuit.. Experts of the motor world cite him as one of the greatest figures of the future. This season has started very strong and climbed to the top of the podium in the first race of the championship. But he is not reconciled. He wants more and his dream is to win the title of world champion..
He could barely celebrate. He returned from Lisbon to Madrid and took a plane yesterday to Argentina, where the second round of the World Cup will be played this weekend.. Will be moved later United States of America and it’s back Europe will be at the Spanish Grand Prix in Jerez de la Frontera. His family will be there to encourage him and he hopes to become a leader. They await him in his hometown of San Vicente del Raspeig to celebrate his first major success, among the many he hopes to achieve.
He set the best time in free practice for the Portuguese Grand Prix on Friday, but finished eleventh in the official ones on Saturday. He had to start from the second starting line. Did you expect to win?
We hoped we could fight for the win because we had the best race pace in practice. That’s why we thought of winning. And finally, with a lot of effort, we did it in the last lap.
How was the race?
It was a typical Moto-3 race. As usual, it was a closed and large group, and it was complex. The conditions were very difficult, especially due to the wind, but we were ahead, led the test for as many laps as possible and finally managed to take the win.
What happened at the end of the race? Was she terrified when Australian Joel Kelso crushed her?
The incident at the end of the race with Kelso was his mistake for removing the “Tear-Off” (sticker) from the helmet visor while continuing to have fun. When I crossed the finish line, I looked behind me and saw that the other drivers were far away. So I began to celebrate the victory. That’s when he hit me from behind. I was pretty scared but luckily I don’t have any injuries although I think he broke his ankle.
Do you expect Portugal’s victory to be the first of many?
It’s clear that I want it to be the first victory of many. So I celebrated with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm. It was something he had dreamed of for years since he was a child. I watched the races on TV and wanted to be where my idols are. And now, thanks to hard work and hard work, I already am.
He missed the first three World Cup races last year due to a shin fracture. They even had to get him on and off the motorcycle. Despite this, he achieved his first pole position in Austria and his first podium in Aragon a month later. But this year, victory came at the first change…
Unlike the previous season, when I broke my shin a week before the start of the championship, I started this season without injury. Now I am more prepared and although I hurt my hand at the beginning of the year, I came prepared for the start of this World Cup during the training period.
What are your next goals in the Argentine and United States Grand Prix?
The objectives of the races in Argentina and the United States are clear. I have to focus on continuing to work along the same lines. Even though you started the World Championship with a win, you have to keep your feet on the ground, savor the moment and savor and accept the results that come with each race. I know that if I do well, you can stay ahead.
Can you imagine the world championship?
Of course I dream of the Moto world championship. It’s a goal I want and have in mind because I’m here to win.
Who do you think will be your main competitors in the championship fight?
I don’t have a specific competitor. There are many of them and I trust to face them all. Some will be stronger in some races and others in others. The important thing is that it provides a regularity in being ahead.
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