Difficult time for Rodrigo and Alcoba at Montmeló

28 Sep 2020

A disappointing race for Team Kömmerling Gresini Moto3 in Catalunya as Gabriel Rodrigo and Jeremy Alcoba who could not finish higher than 10th and 19th respectively. It was a long race, with significantly lower temperatures compared to yesterday, and in these conditions neither of the two riders was able to leave a mark.

Rodrigo was able to battle in the leading group for two thirds of the race before dropping down the order in the final laps, and due to a small mistake in the last sector he ultimately lost touch with the leading pack with no chance of bridging the gap. Alcoba endured a difficult race, with the #52 receiving a six-second penalty at the finish line for not observing a double long lap penalty during the race.

One more week or so to go to rest, charge up and come up with a new plan for the Le Mans race – which takes place on the October 10-11 weekend.

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