Ai Ogura and Iván Ortolá conquer victory, while Sergio García and David Muñoz step onto the podium in Moto2 and Moto3, respectively, at the thrilling Dutch GP, all using the exceptional Galfer Racing brake products.

Galfer riders are reaching unprecedented heights in the electrifying 2024 MotoGP season. At the legendary Assen circuit, known as the cathedral of motorcycling, they achieved a historic milestone for the prestigious brake component brand: double victory and double podium in the competitive Moto2 and Moto3 categories.

In Moto2, the extraordinary riders of the MT Helmets-MSI team, Ai Ogura and Sergio García, shone with outstanding performance. Both started from the front row and maintained a fast and consistent pace, standing out with impressive overtakes. Ai Ogura, with a phenomenal feeling at the end of the race, prevailed over his rivals, achieving his second victory of the season. Sergio García, after a solid and strategic performance, secured third place, adding valuable points that keep him as the undisputed leader of the championship with 138 points, followed by Ogura just 14 points behind. This victory marks the fourth in eight races for the formidable MT Helmets-MSI team in Moto2, demonstrating their dominance, driven in large part by the innovative Galfer Floatech® brake discs, adaptable to various race conditions.

In Moto3, Iván Ortolá (MT Helmets-MSI) achieved his first victory of the season in a thrilling photo finish, beating Veijer by just 12 thousandths of a second. Starting from the second row, Ortolá stayed in the leading group and, in the last lap, made a decisive and spectacular overtaking maneuver. David Muñoz (Boe Motorsport) also shone, securing third place on the podium with a sensational performance. Both riders relied on the advanced Galfer Floatech® brake discs and the efficient Racing G1310 sintered brake pads, which offered superior performance. Ortolá now sits in fourth place in the championship, 51 points behind the leader.

The next MotoGP World Championship round will be held at the challenging Sachsenring circuit (Germany) from July 5 to 7.