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Alonso, Rueda, Martínez and Tulovic, the winners in Cheste

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Cfive races have been held in the second round of the Finetwork JuniorGP World Championship at the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Cheste, where the high level of the pilots has made it possible to enjoy exciting shows until the checkered flag, in which David Alonso and José Antonio Rueda in the JuniorGP, Joel Esteban, in the Hawkers European Talent Cup and Lukas Tulovic in the Moto2 European Championship were the first in crossing it.

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Jose Antonio Rueda could not assert his ‘pole’ due to David’s great start Alonso who commanded in the first laps, trying to stretch the group that remained compact. Almansa, Farioli, Piquera, Salvador and Rueda chased the Aspar Junior Team team to risk it in a heart-stopping last lap in which, AlonsoI stole Ángel Piqueras’s wallet, passing under the checkered flag first.

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The traffic light went out at second Finetwork JuniorGP with José Antonio Rueda leading the pack. The man from Estrella Galicia was pulling, taking his teammate and attempting an escape that did not prosper when contacting them, David Alonso, who suffered a fall, with four corners to go, not being able to fight for the victory that went to José Antonio Rueda. “I am very happy for this victory that was hard fought and hard due to the heat, but in the end I achieved it. I pushed hard in the last few laps so that no one could surprise me and it worked,” the new leader of the JuniorGP told MARCA.

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A clean start in the first of the Hawkers European Talent Cup they began to define positions. Joel Esteban at the helm with Uriarte and Martínez attached to his tail. The group stretched out and it was Máximo Martínez who took the initiative, with continuous changes of leader until the fall of Boggiowhich forced the red flag, with a new start just 5 laps away and in which Joel Estebancommanded again, controlling his rivals to take first place on the podium.

joel esteban was once again the protagonist of the second race of the Talent lleading the entire race with authority to reach the finish line alone, claiming a new victory, which makes him the leader of the category. But he was disqualified for a technical infraction and the victory went to Maximo Martinez.

The great exit Alex Escrig, in the Moto2 European Championship, did not intimidate Lukas Tulovic, who was already leading the race before the first step across the finish line. Tulivic imposed a pace that Escrig endured, commanding the test and making the German strive to achieve a victory that reinforces his leadership in the general.



Source: www.marca.com

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