Spanish Izan Guevara (GasGas) took the third pole position of the season as the fastest in the official classification. German Grand Prix Moto3 With a time of 1:25,869 at the Sachsenring circuit, a new absolute record for the category at this circuit.

Guevara, who will turn 18 on June 28surpassed himself to achieve this recordbecause he had already laps at 1:25.925 in the morning’s free practice sessions, now he’s down by 56 thousandths of a second to set the third “pole” of the year and a new circuit record.

Another Spaniard, Xavier Artigas (CFMoto), quickly qualified for the first division after another driver, Indonesian Mario Suryo Aji (Honda) was involved in an accident with another including Italian Riccardo Rossi (Honda) and Briton Joshua Wahtley (Honda) was excluded. Honda) prevented them from continuing like the rest of their rivals, but both Rossi and Artigas were among the top four to make the transition to the second division.

The pioneer put his best of 1:26.616 ahead of Rossi, Adrián Fernández and Artigas.Despite fearing his position when he was overtaken by Japanese Taiyo Furusato (Honda), his record was knocked out after he achieved it with yellow flags flying around the track, which gave Artigas a second pass. The classification that prevented him from continuing on the track despite his fall.

At the time, the mechanics had to work hard to salvage and repair the motorcycles of Rossi and Artigas, who were involved in the accident and surprisingly managed to get to second place.

But just minutes after finishing the first elimination, Race Direction decided to get the best time from Deniz Öncü as he crossed the circuit limits. In Turn thirteen, he “gave” Adrián Fernández the best time ahead of Ricardo Rossi, Xavier Artigas and Italian Matteo Bertelle (KTM), while the Turk, who benefited the most from this situation in the second classification, is tenth in the first classification and twenty in the starting line-up. dropped to fourth place.

He quickly lost to the Spaniards, already one of his heroes in the second division. Jaume Masiá (KTM) crashed at Turn 6s, but he got back on his bike to go ahead and get a good classification for the starting lineup of his fellow countryman Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda), who at the time was led by Japanese Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna). Spanish Izan Guevara (GasGas), overtaken by Japan’s Ryusei Yamanaka (KTM) When the Spaniard made his way to his workshop.

While Yamanaka is not a good reference on this occasion, he will have to serve the ‘long lap’ penalty for causing an accident in the previous Moto3 race in Catalonia.

Thus, the final six minutes have been reached when many drivers enter their workshops to change the rear tire or wait for a good wheel to have their best time with slips.

and gone In those moments when everything turned upside down on the timeline as Spaniard Izan Guevara reclaimed first place1:25,869, the only rider in that second, beat his immediate follower, Italian Dennis Foggia, by almost three-tenths of a second, with Daniel Holgado (KTM) in third place.

In the second line was the trio of Japanese heroes of the first part of the classification, Sasaki, Suzuki and Yamanaka, David Muñoz (KTM), Sergio García Dols (GasGas) and Matteo Bertelle placed third.

Adrián Fernández Xavier Artigas finished sixteenth, ahead of Ricardo Rossi, Xavier Artigas and Jaume Masiá.