The seventh race of the Moto3 World Championship was held today, at the circuit of Montmeló.
The warm up was important for Rodrigo and his crew, as they got to check the final details for the setting. In the race, the Argentinian had a strong start, reaching immediately the front group. Gabriel kept battling for the front positions, trying to save some tyres for the final laps. Eventually Rodrigo could cross the finishing line in third position, only 0.003 seconds off from the second spot, achieving a well-deserved first podium in the World Championship.

The FP3 and the QP for the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya were held today.
Rodrigo and his crew worked on a few improvements during the FP3, completing two runs and gathering important data ahead of the afternoon. In the qualifying, Gabriel reached immediately the Top-5, fighting for the front spots. In spite of a crash at the end of the session, the Argentinian remained in the Top-10, with the 8th best time of the afternoon.

Today the Moto3 riders got out on track for FP1 and FP2 of the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya, at the circuit of Montmeló.
This morning Rodrigo couldn't take full advantage of the first session because of a crash. However, in the FP2 Gabriel and his crew made up for it quickly, working on the pace and setting competitive times. The Argentinian finished with the 11th best time of the day (1'49.595).

Today the Moto3 riders got out on track for the warm up and the race of the Italian Grand Prix.
Rodrigo confirmed the final details for the KTM set-up during this morning's warm up. In the race, Gabriel started from the fourth row and he managed to come back in the first few laps, joining the fight for the Top-5. The Argentinian rider could defend his position, putting in a great pace and crossing the finishing line with a great fourth placement.

The starting grid for tomorrow's race at Mugello, Italy, was defined today, after an intense qualifying session.
It was a positive Saturday for Masaki. In the free practice of this morning, the Japanese youngster checked some options for the KTM setting. In the QP, Kazuki set a competitive pace, as he got closer to the fastest riders and finished the session with a great 11th position.

Los pilotos de Moto3 han salido a pista para las dos primeras sesiones del Gran Premio de Italia, en el circuito de Mugello.
Rodrigo y su equipo han aprovechado el FP1 para algunas comprobaciones en la puesta a punto de la KTM. En el FP2, Gabriel ha podido mejorar su registro, continuando el trabajo empezado por la mañana. El hispano-argentino ha terminado el primer día en la 17ª plaza.

The fifth race of the 2018 Moto3 World Championship was held today at the circuit of Le Mans.
Masaki and his technicians took advantage of this morning's warm up to check the final details of the set-up of his KTM. Kazuki started the race from the 16th spot on the grid. Right at the beginning, the Japanese youngster was forced to get outside the line to avoid crashing, which meant that he was left behind. Masaki didn't give up and he managed to comeback, finishing the race in 18th position. 

The Moto3 riders got out on track today for the FP3 and the QP of the French Grand Prix, at the circuit of Le Mans.
Masaki could continue his progression during the morning, in the FP3. The Japanese youngster improved his personal best by almost one second, reaching the Top-10 in the first session of the day. In the qualifying, Kazuki worked hard to achieve a good position for tomorrow's race, eventually finishing in the 17th spot (1'42.889).

The fifth Grand Prix of the 2018 Moto3 World Championship kicked off today at Le Mans, France.
Masaki took advantage of the FP1 to gather the initial data on the French track. In the afternoon, Kazuki could check out some modifications for his KTM, improving his time by 0.337 seconds.

The fourth race of the 2018 Moto3 World Championship was held today, at the circuit of Jerez de la Frontera.
In the warm up of this morning Rodrigo set the 8th time, confirming a solid feeling on top of his KTM. In the race, Gabriel started from the seventh row, taking advantage of the initial phases to make his comeback. The Argentinian maintained a consistent pace, lap after lap, and he could cross the finishing line in 10th position, grabbing six points for the Championship Classification.

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