Guevara wins in the curve Jorge Lorenzo from the outside!

What a fun Moto3 race at the Spanish GP and what a happy ending, with Guevara overtaking two riders in the last corner, on the outside!, to get his first victory of the season. And to complete the happiness of the public that occupied the natural stands of the Ángel Nieto de Jerez from seven in the morning, or even before, García and Masiá completed a Spanish triplet that is not forgotten.

The race had everything, but it was decided in the last corner of the last lap. That point has been called Jorge Lorenzo curve since 2013, known in his day by the nickname of Por Fuera, and Guevara precisely manufactured his victory overtake on the outside. The Spaniard came third at that point in a group of six riders fighting for victory with a knife between their teeth. Öncü was leading when he reached the final turn and tried to close the door, but García got inside him and, meanwhile, Guevara traced the outside with a very fast cornering step that took him to first place and from there to victory by 61 thousandths of an advantage over his boxing partner in the Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team.

The Turk still had to be the victim of one more pass, that of a Masía that came to touch him fairing with fairing, lying in parallel, to take third place. Artigas and Sasaki closed the group, and the Japanese’s sixth had special merit, because he started 26th, due to a penalty, and also had to serve a long lap penalty.

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Further back, Hogado finished 9th and Moreira 10th, who also rode in the leading group, but they lost their swelling and, in the case of the Brazilian, with a fast lap penalty included. Ortolá was 13th, Salvador 19th, Riu 20th and Ana Carrasco 23rd. Tatay and Ardrián Fernández did not finish the race.

Foggia’s race deserves a special mention, due to its negative aspects. The Italian started the year as the top favorite for the title and with victory in Indonesia, but he has been less so in recent races and in Jerez he has only been 18th. With this debacle of his, García is now more leader of the general, with 21 points ahead of the Italian. This has only just begun, but it looks very good, with the Spanish once again showing that the quarry is inexhaustible.

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