First podium of the season for Jorge Navarro in Portugal

22 Apr 2022

Our Jorge Navarro, of the Moto2 FlexBox HP 40 team, suppported by FPS Automation, obtained an excellent third position in Portimao, while Arón Canet‘s race was unlucky as he fell and got injured.

The FpsExperience

So much fear in Portimao for the accident that involved 10 riders in Moto2, including our friend Arón Canet, who had won the pole. The FlexBox HP 40 rider has been operated on for a fracture of the left radius, he is fine and is ready to face the treatment and physiotherapy path to get back in the saddle. We at FPS Automation wish him all the best and look forward to seeing him fight back on track.
Last but not least, our congratulations to Jorge Navarro for the great race and for the super deserved third place, for him it is the first podium of the season and we love to see our FPS logo on the sleeve of his suit, while everyone is taking a shower. with champagne.

Moto2 riders ranking

1 Vietti C. VR46 Kalex 90
2 Ogura A. IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia 56
3 Arbolino T. Marc VDS Racing Team 54
4 Roberts J. Italtrans Racing Team 49
5 Canet A. Pons Team 49
6 Chantra S. IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia 45
7 Navarro J. Pons Team 39
8 Schrotter M. Intact GP 36
9 Lowes S. Marc VDS Racing Team 35
10 Dixon J. Gasgas Aspar Team 32

Team ranking

1 IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia 101
2 VR46 Kalex 90
3 Marc VDS Racing Team 89
4 Pons Team 88
5 Intact GP 60
6 Gasgas Aspar Team 54
7 Red Bull KTM Ajo 51
8 Italtrans Racing Team 49
9 SAG Team 31
10 Speed Up Boscoscuro 25

Jorge Navarro in Portogallo

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