Talented Galfer rider from the MT Helmets – MSI team has clinched his first Moto3 victory in the world of speed racing, also securing the “pole position.” There’s also a podium finish for David Muñoz (BOE Motorsport), both using Galfer Racing brake products: Floatech® brake discs and sintered pads G1310.

Diogo Moreira and the MT Helmets – MSI team delivered an exceptional performance at the international Pertamina Mandalika circuit in Indonesia. The Brazilian rider dominated the Moto3 category throughout the weekend, setting the fastest times in both the P1 and Q2, which positioned him at the front of the grid for the thrilling Sunday race.

The race unfolded with a group of over ten riders, all pushing their limits and not allowing any rider to escape. Among them were three Galfer representatives: Diogo Moreira, David Muñoz, and Jaume Masià, the championship leader. Position changes were the norm in the Moto3 race until, in a heart-pounding final lap, Diogo Moreira managed to secure victory ahead of David Alonso and David Muñoz. This win marks Moreira’s first in the Moto3 world championship, following two previous podium finishes. For David Muñoz, this podium represents the fourth in his Moto3 career. Finally, the category leader, Jaume Masià, had to settle for the sixth position, but he extended his lead in the overall standings by 16 points.

All Galfer riders rely on Racing brake products specially designed for competition. Brake discs with Floatech® technology, combined with sintered pads G1310, offer outstanding braking performance and safety, allowing riders to improve their race positions and shave valuable seconds off their lap times.

In the Moto2 category, the Stop & Go team’s riders put on a solid performance in the Grand Prix sponsored by their main sponsor, and both managed to score points. Dutch rider Bo Bendsneyder finished in 12th place, while his Japanese teammate Taiga Hada secured the 14th position.

The MotoGP World Championship doesn’t stop, and the next race will take place at Phillip Island, Australia, from October 20th to 22nd.