Lex Crivillthe only Spanish 500cc world champion and two-time motorcycling world champion, analyzes the Qatar Grand Prix in its three categories: MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3, with special attention to its winners.
MotoGP: It’s normal for Martinator to be upset
“The World Cup is getting complicated for Jorge Martin after the Lusail race, but not impossible. Many things can happen in a race held at a circuit like Cheste. Nothing can happen. It is true that after the impossibility of being able to give his full potential in Sunday’s race, Martín, who had an absolutely amazing season, is upset with the way things have developed. Your desire to fight He was diminished by a variable outside his talent and it hurts. The World Cup is still possible, although I don’t get to Valencia as I would like. I believe we will experience two very intense races, in which the championship will be decided in the last round of the season and for the fans this is the best thing that can happen. The mentality, before and during, with which both drivers, I ask and Martín, must face the test, it will be crucial. Everyone will have to adopt their own strategy and risk everything on a date that promises great emotions. For your part, By Giannantonio He had a sensational race and what he has shown in the last few races shows that he is a driver to continue in the premier class. Even so, he still doesn’t have a bike for next season. Pecco knew how to complete the race he had to do and, despite a mistake, which could have cost him even more, he can be satisfied with his own performance. Together with Marini, they completed an Italian triplet with three Ducatis on the podium.”
Moto2: Aldeguer is motivated to go to MotoGP
“Another triplet in Qatar, although this time it was with the Spanish Aldeguer, Manu González and Canet. A clear example of the state of grace in which the Spanish driver Aldeguer finds himself, who despite the media pressure he may be feeling, does not seem to affect him at all and demonstrates an impressive talent. He dreams of moving up to MotoGP, but this seems to motivate him, far from pressuring him. and when you are in an ideal situation like the one Murciano is going through, the only thing you should do is enjoy it and move on. For your part, Coast“, already with the title in his pocket, he raced intelligently, finishing in eighth place, waiting for the arrival of Spain to celebrate the deserved title in Moto2.”
Moto3: Masi’s tenacity gave him the title
“Congratulations to Jaume Masi for the season he has had since he had to fight and conquer many positions in the general classification in very delicate moments, which were fundamental for the final result. I think the most complicated moments for a driver are when things don’t go the way he would like, but even so he continues with tenacity, determination and perseverance to overcome the situation and little by little get closer to his goal. And that’s how he made a Masi, which knew how to be patient when he played and gave everything in crucial moments, which, in a category like Moto3, is not easy at all. “Now it’s time to celebrate in front of all the fans.”