With his third win in the current Moto3TM category that represents a part of the Moto GP platform, young Italian Marco Bezzecchi (19) succeeded in making the battle for the title even closer than it was before. His gap to championship leader Jorge now amounts to just one point.
Last week at the Twin Ring at Montegi, Japan, Team PrüstelGP that can rely on the support of RAVENOL delivered in really great style. The Moto3 bikes with the powerful KTM 250cc one-cylinder four stroke engines with a maximum of 14,000rpm were perfectly set up by the team and could make maximum use of their full power, at the 4.8-kilometre circuit, with Marco Bezzecchi shining in particular. The young gun that learned is trade in the VR46 Rider Academy, a project initiated by multi-time MotoGP Champion Valentino Rossi, secured his third race win, this year.
Marco Bezzecchi thanked his supporters and technical partners: “I thank my team for the outstanding job they did once again as well as the VR46 Academy and KTM. And – of course – all the partners, supporters and fans – the backdrop once again proved to be impressive!”
With RAVENOL Motobike 4-T Ester SAE 10W-50, the German lubricant manufacturer developed a high-resilient engine oil for demanding motorbike engines with wet and oil-lubricated clutches, with Prüstel being well-aware of the reliability of this high-performance oil.
The next race, held this weekend in Australia, will be another thriller, featuring spectacular and close racing. From 26th to 28th October, the Prüstel GP riders again will fight hard for points – in the Michelin Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix.