Victory for Raúl Fernández and title for Remy Gardner

Raúl Fernández lacked four points to become Moto2 world champion, which does not prevent him from being the best rookie in the history of the intermediate category. The Spaniard did his part in the Valencia GP and achieved his eighth victory of the course, one more than those of Marc Márquez in his debut in 2011, but Remy Gardner also did what he had to do, which was to finish in the top thirteen in the event of his boxing partner’s victory and regulated forces at all times to finish in a more than enough tenth place.

The race should have been made eternal by the son of the 500cc champion in 1987, a Wayne Gardner present in the Ricardo Tormo to see how Remy made the Gardner saga bigger, the second in history, after the Roberts, with father and son champions of the world. What’s more, There was a red flag shortly after the start, because a fall by Bezzecchi, Vierge and Baldassarri left the track stained and had to be cleaned. That led to a second start, which Corsi missed, because his MV Agusta broke down on the warm-up lap. To her, by the way, Bezzecchi left from the pit lane, because her mechanics did not have time to repair the bike, for a minute, and then she had to start in the race from the last place on the grid.

Once the red light is off, Raúl climbed from fifth place to second, at the wheel of Augusto Fernández, who was in the leading positions all the time and was the one who closed the podium, behind Raúl and Di Giannantonio, the last one that was overtaken by San Martín de la Vega before launching for victory and crossing the finish line with a 0.517 advantage over the Italian. Raúl, by the way, was shown on the board at all times the position that his rival was occupying in the fight for the title, a Remy who fell on the twelfth lap on the ninth lap.

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There was a time when the son of Crocodile He flirted with the fourteenth place that would have left him without a title, but Manzi, who was the one who marked that cut, never reached his wheel. The only danger for him was in a fall, but he did not enter practically any duel and was regulating at all times in search of the three dots that made him champion. A very worthy champion who has done what he had to do in the last race, like Mir last year on this same track, for example. And Raúl, an incredible rookie who has touched the podium at the first attempt and who has taken a whopping eight victories and seven poles. Too bad about the fall in Misano 2, when he was leading, because that is what decided the fate of the title. AND Nice to see him hug his partner in the Red Bull KTM Ajo box during the lap of honor, in which Pedro Acosta appeared dressed in his friend’s champion shirt among the people who were waiting for him to give him a golden helmet and the Australian flag .

As for the rest of the Spanish in the race, Canet 5º, Vierge 6º, Navarro 8º, Ramírez 14º, Aldeguer 17º and Arenas 22º. Garzó did not end due to a fall.

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