Alcoba shines at Brno

9 Aug 2020

Jeremy Alcoba put together a very mature performance for Team Kömmerling Gresini Moto3 at Brno today as he crossed the line in seventh place after another great performance in what was the fourth Grand Prix of the season. For the Velencia-born rider this is the third seventh-place finish of this 2020, although it was a much more difficult one this time compared to the we’ll-know Jerez and Qatar (where he tested before the GP). 

Nine important points for the general standings that now see him tenth (he is now above Masia) and only two points away from his teammate Gabriel Rodrigo, who surely did not meet expectations today for Gresini’s Moto3 effort.

The argentine rider, who was quickest on Friday and then second in qualifying yesterday, enjoyed a good start to the race but after a few turns has a big moment on his Honda that made him lose touch with the leading group. A second mistake, five laps later, put him out of the top-15 with Rodrigo able to climb back to a final 19th place.

Team Kommerling Gresini Brno

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