Victory of Foggia and Guevara already has title ball for Australia

Unappealable victory for Foggia in Thailand and fifth gold for Guevara with which he obtains his long-awaited and well-deserved title ball for the Moto3 event in Australia. Aspar’s pupil in the Gaviota GASGAS will be proclaimed champion with a victory at the Phillip Island track or taking two points from Foggia, losing no more than six to García and 20 to Sasaki, who are the three still with some mathematical chance of title. That happens through various combinations, such as being second if García were first and Foggia third, but the most direct formula for the Mallorcan on the beautiful Australian track is victory.

Before putting our minds definitively on the Australian GP, ​​we must first mention this Thai GP, in which Foggia has achieved his fourth victory of the year, after a race in which he started from pole and in which he never gave up the lead. The front group reached eleven units, but the Leopard had them all with the hook and released them little by little. Those who held him until the end were his two companions on the podium, but neither Sasaki nor Ricardo Rossi had the option to put a wheel on it, because the Japanese crossed the finish line 1.5 behind the winner.

Behind, there was a very interesting fight for fourth place that Nepa took and that ended with Guevara, Moreira sixth, Migno seventh, Masiá eighth, Muñoz ninth (he slipped into the corner from the entrance to the finish line) and Yamanaka tenth. Guevara can find himself with a song in his teeth because he saved with 11 points a weekend in which he has not been seen at ease at any time. Starting eleventh on the grid, he gained six positions, benefiting from Garcia’s bad luck before completing the first lap.

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The second overall before the Buriram test, he went down after Adrián Fernández, Weeping, I will throw him in the curve of entry to the finish line. The man from Madrid, who then went to the box to apologize, bumped into Kelso, went to the ground and took the man from Castellón with him, who resumed the race, and came to ride behind Guevara at the halfway point of the race, being already lapped, but headed to the pits for the second time to retire definitively and lose a position in the general classification. He is now third, 56 points behind the leader and seven behind Foggia, who has risen to second place.

In the points Holgado finished 11th, Tatay 13th and Artigas 14th and further back did Pérez 19th, Ortolá 20th and Carrasco 22nd.

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