Spanish Izan Guevara (GazGaz) added third victory of the season, second in a row and unattractive for his superiority, by winning the Moto3 German Grand Prix with authority and single-handedly on the Sachsenring circuit, allowing him to close the gap in the championship to the category leader, his teammate. Sergio Garcia Dols (GasGas).

World leader finished third, surpassing Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda)trying to overtake at the last corner of the track, but his motorcycle has had enough of a skid for transalpine to take the second step of the podium.

Guevara did not fail the game and came out like a smash Englishman John McPhee (Husqvarna) was forced off the track in the first corner when Italy’s Ricardo Rossi (Honda) and Spain’s Carlos Tatay (CFMoto) crashed into the corner. Follow to evade opponents and return to the last position, as Tatay did shortly after.

Izan Guevara kept a strong pace and put all his opponents in one line, knowing that the Spaniard had enough pace to break the race and leave him alone if they weren’t very careful, but Then there were Dennis Foggia (Honda), Daniel Holgado (KTM), Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda), David Muñoz (KTM) and Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna)..

Turkish Deniz Öncü (KTM) and Japanese Kaito Toba (KTM) were penalized with a long double lap as they skipped the starting point and were penalized for it, which deprived them of their chance to fight for the top spot in the race.

There, at the start of the race, Izan Guevara did not give in to bend his arm and imposed a strong tempo to break it, but then there were Daniel Holgado, Foggia, Suzuki, Sasaki, Sergio García Dols (GasGas), David. Muñoz and Australian Joel Kelso (KTM), who managed to break the main group, Jaume Masiá (KTM) was responsible for shooting them to neutralize.

In the fifth round, the race lost several participants. Multiple fall of Italian Matteto Bertelle (KTM) and British Scott Ogden (Honda) Leading Joel Kelso crashed into Turn 2 at Turn 7, but quickly recovered his bike to continue.

Jorge Martínez’s student ‘Aspar’ showed no signs of fatigue and was slowly straining and almost “killing” the chasing group, where Izan Guevara, Foggia, Suzuki, García Dols, Sasaki and Holgado were seven tenths of a second behind. .

A little further back, a new group was formed, which persecuted the first and was led by the Spaniards. Jaume Masia, Adrian Fernandez and David Munoz.

In the ninth round, Izan Guevara had a second advantage over Foggia.He succeeded a few meters above Sergio García Dols, Tatsuki Suzuki, Ayumu Sasaki and Daniel Holgado. Three laps later, on the twelfth, the gap was already around 1.6 seconds and he kept it up smoothly and even plus increased to two, three, four and five seconds.

The race was actually convicted in favor of Izan Guevara and attention focused on the positions of the following groupSergio García Dols, despite his Italian opponent giving the impression of being very controlled, is followed by Japanese Ayumu Sasaki and Tatsuki Suzuki, with Dennis Foggia setting the pace, and Spaniard Daniel Holgado first to fall behind in this regard. quintet.

At a much higher speed than its competitors, Izan Guevara consolidates the victory in Germany, in front of Dennis Foggia, Sergio García Dols, Ayumu Sasaki, Tatsuki Suzuki and Daniel Holgado; Starting far behind the line-up with numerous penalty kicks he faced, Türk Deniz Öncü received a double long lap penalty for running a red light and nevertheless finished seventh in another win. situation.

The victory of Izan Guevara, with its absolute solvency and strength, was not really attractive.which allows it to cut the lead on the world table by nine points. Sergio García Dols has 166 points and his teammate is just seven points behind with 15 points.9.

He finished eighth ahead of Adrián Fernández (KTM), David Muñoz (KTM), Iván Ortolá (KTM), Andrea Migno (Honda) and Jaume Masiá (KTM).

Xavier Artigas (CFMoto) finished thirteenth and Ana Carrasco (KTM) took twenty-second.