Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda) achieved a clear victory. Thai Grand Prix Moto3 Played on the “Chang International” circuit in front of the Japanese Ayum Sasaki (Husqvarna) and Italian Riccardo Rossi (Honda), in Spanish Izan Guevara (GasGas) is in the world championship range for the next race in Australia.
Guevara has a 49-point advantage over Italian Foggia, who is 71 points behind Japan’s Ayumu Sasaki, second place where Sergio García Dols failed to score.
The Spaniard only needs to win in Australia or give Foggia a maximum of two points.He lost no more than five to teammate Sergio García Dols and twenty to Japanese Ayumu Sasaki.
Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda) did not fail at the start and After mastering almost all the training, he did not hesitate to take command of the race. From the moment the red light went out, he set a strong pace to break the main group at once.
Soon the race lost one of its main heroes, the Spaniards. Sergio Garcia Dols (GasGas), also unable to escape the Spaniards Adrian Fernandez (KTM) cornered from entry to finish line and both fell to the ground, a setback where García Dols practically bid farewell to world championship options by scoring in Thailand.
Sergio García Dols continued the race with a lost lap to stay on track when the red flag forced the race to start a second time, but suffered a technical problem on his first entry to his workshop and then a long lap penalty. to exceed the limits of the circuit too much It ended by definitively breaking the aspirations of the Spaniards To add a point retiring in Thailand.
World leader Izan Guevara managed to come back two places from eleventh place. ahead of him, Dennis Foggia was slowly getting ahead of all his competitors at the beginning of the race, and Japanese Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna) was in charge of the chasing group with eight. riders and, a little further back, Izan Guevara, who leads a second group that wants to connect with those in front.
By the fourth round, Izan Guevara had already managed to connect with the front group. Unable to open a clear gap, Dennis Foggia managed to stop the momentum – keeping the ninth place.
After Foggia, Ayumu Sasaki, Daviv Muñoz (KTM), Diogo Moreira (KTM), Riccardo Rossi (Honda) and Jaume Masiá (KTM) followed, followed by Guevara, who was in the pursuit group. By the Turkish Deniz Öncü (KTM) and another of its heroes, the Japanese who lost Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda) forced to withdraw due to technical problems and Sergio García Dols “sitting comfortably behind them all without disturbing any of his opponents, knowing that this could mean seeing a black flag and getting him out of Moto3 racing.
Foggia failed to stop the race and a number of dangerous riders were placed after. for their intent to win the race, especially regarding the Japanese Ayumu Sasaki, who never lost his current but allowed Jaume Masiá to stay off the hook with Guevara’s group as a beachhead.
in that group The pioneer had to comply with the sanction The Turkish driver was no longer as focused as he used to be and although he was penalized again with a long lap for crossing the track limits and a long lap that definitely took him out of his head positions, it was the long lap that knocked him down to twelfth place and had to come back again.
Nine laps from the end, on lap thirteen, Sergio García Dols had to take his way to the workshops and Ayumu Sasaki took the lead of the race for the first time, but it didn’t take long for the Italians to take him back, just one lap later.
Guevara’s group reached Masiá and the two made contact at Turn 5A moment Daniel Holgado takes advantage of to lead the chasing group is already a long way from the lead of the race, almost six seconds away, but with the possibility of hooking the losing Brazilian Diogo Moreira and Spaniard David Muñoz “bellows” according to the race head.
World leader, never nervous and with very clear ideas, the ground was recovering Little by little, on a track that was never conducive to him, and three laps from the end, he managed to catch Diogo Moreira all the way to fifth and is already in sight with David Muñoz.
pilot error This put him too close to a corner and outpaced him when Italians Andrea Migno and David Muñoz had already caught up, which took him from fourth to sixth place and tried to recover in a little over two laps. He is in fourth place to minimize his point loss against Dennis Foggia.
It didn’t happen in the end and in the last round Another Italian Stefano Nepa (KTM) took fourth place from Izan Guevara.He finished fifth ahead of Andrea Migno, Diogo Moreira, Jaume Masiá, David Muñoz, Ryusei Yamanaka (KTM) and Daniel Holgado.
Foggia won an unacceptable victorywith Sasaki and Rossi by his side on the podium.
And in the back, Carlos Tatay (CFMoto) finished thirteenth ahead of teammate Xavier Artigas and Briton Scott Ogden (Honda).
Out of points, Vicente Pérez (Honda) finished nineteenth, Iván Ortolá (KTM) finished twentieth, and Ana Carrasco (KTM).The twenty-second.
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