The Junior World Championship goes back to Le Mans

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Riders from all over the world will share the track in the Moto3 class of the FIM CEV Repsol, which, for the third year in a row, will be held at the same time as a World Championship round.

Carrera del CEV en Le Mans
The Junior World Championship goes back to Le Mans

The riders of the #FIMCEVRepsol will share the track with #MotoGP in #FrenchGP


The Le Mans circuit will be the scene of the second round of the Moto3 Junior World Championship, which has consolidated itself as a stepping stone for the World Championship, to which riders from all continents want to get to make her dream of being in the World Championship come true. In a grid with young riders from more than 15 countries, Gabriel Martinez-Abrego and Lyvann Luchel are two of the riders that come from regions with the least motorcycling tradition: Mexico and Martinique (Caribbean French Island).

Three weeks after the two first races held in Valencia, the 36 riders of the Moto3 class of the FIM CEV Repsol will compete in the mythical French track. The race will take place on Saturday at 16:30, local time, when the Qualifying Sessions of the World Championship finish. After the first round, Spaniard Marcos Ramirez arrives to the French track as overall leader, ahead of Japan’s Kaito Toba and Italian Lorenzo Dalla Porta.

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