On a weekend with high temperatures, the Moto3
race in Montmelo was just as intense as anticipated. It was also going to be difficult for riders to manage on Sunday. The favorites, Izan Guevara and Dennis Foggia, saw what they did in training. However, the plan did not work. Although they tried to force a breakaway pace to break apart the group, it remained very compact. It didn't break until lap 9, although it was broken on lap 6. However, Foggia, the author of pole position, experienced a problem with his chain, which left him offside. One of the contenders for the title. Three turns later, an incident involving David Salvador Ryusei Yamanaka, Dani Holgado, and Ryusei Yamanaka left the head with seven other members. Guevara, Garcia, Tatsuki Suzuka and Deniz Oncu are among the seven members. There were also three Spaniards, Jaume Masia and Adrian Fernandez who were not used to these positions and David Munoz. The Sevillian, a Brenes native, made his debut at the Italian Grand Prix last week, shortly after reaching 16 years of age and having missed seven of the previous appointments.
The group of seven was initially compressed until it reached 13 parts. Guevara then decided to attack. Jorge Martinez Aspar's pupil was faster than his competitors, which allowed him to win solo, his second Moto3 victory and third in a row. The rest of the podium was contested by Suzuki, Munoz, Garcia and Munoz. This battle saw the best of the young riders, with Suzuki taking second in his second race. Suzuki was third with Garcia fourth. Garcia is still Moto3's leader with a 16 point advantage over Guevara.