Jaume Masià and David Muñoz led an exciting Moto3 race for the top position at the Misano circuit, providing fans with a spectacle filled with speed and excitement.

This past Sunday, under radiant sunshine and high temperatures, the twelfth round of the Moto3 season took place at the Misano circuit. Our riders were ready to face this thrilling challenge. Jaume Masià, a rider from the Leopard Racing team, started from pole position, which he secured on Saturday. Despite a start that cost him a position, he quickly recovered and took the lead, building a solid advantage over his rivals in the early laps. In the second half of the race, he dropped to fourth place, triggering an intense battle for the lead. Masià fought bravely to regain lost positions, constantly challenging the riders on the podium positions and pushing himself to the limit until the last lap. In an exciting showdown on the final lap, Masià, who was in second place, was overtaken by the rider in third. Nevertheless, in his attempt to pass the two riders ahead of him, Masià kept everyone on the edge of their seats. There was a moment when he was close to losing the front, but skillfully crossed the finish line in second place, thus securing his sixth podium of the season. He currently holds third place in the standings, just 12 points behind the leader, with eight races to go and still a chance to contend for the world championship.

On the other hand, David Muñoz, a rider from the BOE Motorsports team, once again showcased his talent on Sunday during the race. After a solid start, Muñoz consistently stayed in the leading group. As the laps progressed and they reached the halfway point of the race, Muñoz and three other riders managed to open a significant gap over their pursuers, setting a record pace. This group of four riders competed for victory until the very end. However, two laps from the finish, Muñoz narrowly avoided a fall, preventing him from challenging for the win on the final lap. Ultimately, Muñoz, a BOÉ Motorsports rider, crossed the finish line in fourth place, just half a second away from the podium.

Local rider Romano Fenati from the Rivacold Snipers Team finished in tenth place, while Diogo Moreira from the MT Helmets MSI team finished in 12th place. Masià’s teammate, Tatsuki Suzuki, ended up in 15th place, adding a point to the team’s tally.

In the Moto2 category, Bo Bendsneyder was the top Galfer rider with a 13th-place finish, earning 3 points for the overall standings.

All Galfer riders in the World Speed Championship use Floatech® brake discs along with sintered Racing G1310 brake pads, high-performance products recently introduced to the market.

The next MotoGP World Championship round will take place in India on September 24th, at a previously unseen circuit.