Sergio García and Ai Ogura, Galfer riders from the MT Helmets – MSI team, have secured the first and second positions in the Moto2 French GP with the innovative Floatech® brake discs.

It’s been a spectacular MotoGP weekend for Galfer’s interests, with their Moto2 riders leading the championship with overwhelming dominance. Sergio García, who arrived at Le Mans in second place overall, had an impeccable weekend. During the free practice sessions, Sergio set the absolute track record for the Moto2 category with a time of 1:35:473, which no one could beat. In the qualifying session, García secured the third position, placing him on the front row of the grid. And in the race, Sergio made a great start, taking the lead from the first corner, a position he maintained until the end. With fast and solid riding, the Spanish rider consistently clocked excellent times on every lap, allowing him to extend the lead and win the race by over three seconds. Behind him, the rest of the riders battled hard to reach the podium. One unexpected contender was Japanese rider Ai Ogura, Sergio’s teammate and also a Galfer rider, who made an impressive comeback from 17th position on the grid to finish 2nd, delivering bold and determined overtakes in the final laps.

Therefore, the two Galfer Moto2 riders have achieved a historic double for the brake components brand and thus lead the world championship in both rider and team standings. Undoubtedly, the Galfer Floatech® brake discs used by Sergio García and Ai Ogura make the difference in Moto2 competition.

On the other hand, in the Moto3 category, Galfer riders couldn’t reach the podium despite fighting for it. The best-placed was Spanish rider Iván Ortolá (MT Helmets – MSI) in 5th position. Behind him, two more Galfer riders with Adrián Fernández (Leopard Racing) in 6th and Ryusei Yamanaka (MT Helmets – MSI) in 7th.

The next round of the speed championship will be very special, as it will be held at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, just 300 meters from Galfer’s facilities. It will take place from May 24th to 26th, where Sergio García will arrive as the Moto2 championship leader with a 7-point advantage.