The Moto3 Junior World Championship and European Talent Cup leaders secured their titles and Ogura, Rodríguez, Pons and García took the race wins today.
The international series will have its champions of the Moto3 Junior World Championship and the European Talent Cup decided in Cheste.
The Swiss rider secured again the title he already won in 2014. Raúl Fernández, Héctor Garzó, Luis Pomares and Alex Millán won the different races of Round 7.
The leaders of the three categories have a chance to secure their titles in the seventh and second-to-last round of the championship.
Yuki Kunii and Sergio García, at the Junior World Championship, Edgar Pons, in Moto2, and Matteo Bertelle, in both ETC races, took the highest place of the podiums in the sixth round of the FIM CEV Repsol.
The entry level series faces its last stint with Fernández, Raffin and Patacca in the lead of Moto3, Moto2 and ETC, respectively.
The FIM CEV Repsol reaches his summer break with Raúl Fernández, Jesko Raffin and Matteo Patacca in the lead of the Junior World Championship, Moto2 and the European Talent Cup, respectively.
After the first half of the championship, the stepping stone to the World Championship arrives to its Aragón round with Fernández, Raffin and Patacca as leaders of Moto3, Moto2 and ETC, respectively.
In 2006 and 2007, a very young Marc competed in the FIM CEV after winning two Championship titles in Catalonia. Let’s take a look back at the rider from Cervera’s journey in this World Championship launchpad.
The second Moto3 race has been interrupted due to Andreas Pérez’s serious accident. The rider has been moved by helicopter to a hospital.