Moto2: Jerez promises another race to remember

Moto2: Jerez Promises Another Race To RememberThree races, three different winners. Moto2™’s unpredictability continued at the Americas GP as Sergio Garcia (MT Helmets – MSI) claimed a debut win in the class, with the Spaniard now heading to the Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto atop the Championship table.

There isn’t much in it though. Garcia’s classy win at the Circuit of The Americas saw him narrowly beat home hero Joe Roberts (OnlyFans American Racing), as the Californian claimed P2 to sit just two points adrift of Garcia ahead of the Spanish GP. Neither of the top two have stood on a Moto2™ rostrum in Jerez, but both will be looking to change that this time around.

They’ll have an array of competition though. Garcia’s teammate Ai Ogura was a winner in Jerez back in 2022, with Portuguese GP victor Aron Canet (Fantic Racing) second to the Japanese rider a couple of years ago. The pair will be hoping Jerez treats them a little kinder than Austin did, while the same can be said for Jake Dixon (CFMOTO Aspar Team). The Briton bagged a P3 in Jerez in 2023 and after a crash at COTA, the #96 desperately needs points on the board to kickstart his season.

Then there’s the SpeedUp duo. Fermin Aldeguer claimed his first rostrum of the season last time out and heads for home ground seeking a 25-point haul, with teammate Alonso Lopez hunting a return to the podium following a P4 in Austin and a crash in Portimao. The Spanish duo will be heavily tipped for success in Jerez. Tune in for the Spanish GP to see if the intermediate class has another twist in the tale!

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