Courtesy of BOX Repsol
The international series will have its champions of the Moto3 Junior World Championship and the European Talent Cup decided in Cheste.
Raúl Fernández arrives in Valencia as the virtual Moto3 Junior World Champion after the announcement that his only rival for the title, Manuel Pagliani, will be missing the Valencia round. If the Italian rider does not take part on Saturday’s Qualifying session, the rider from Madrid will be the champion.
Xavier Artigas leads the overall standings, with Víctor Rodríguez and David Salvador, second and third, respectively, and also with a chance to get the title.
The Moto2 class, that was already decided in the last Albacete round when Jesko Raffin secured the title, will have only one race for the last round of the season.
The Motorcycling World Championship put Cheste in the world map and rounds like the FIM CEV Repsol also support the businesses born around this track’s activity.