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MADRID, 13 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The Spanish rider Pedro Acosta (KTM) has celebrated his world champion title in a big way and this Saturday took pole position for the Moto3 race of the Valencian Community Grand Prix, the last round of the Motorcycle World Championship, in the that will start in the first row accompanied by the Japanese Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda) and by the also Spanish Izan Guevara (Gas Gas).

The Murcian, who in the Algarve managed to guarantee himself the world title mathematically, shed his tension to shine on Saturday, something he is not used to, and sign the first pole of his career. Meanwhile, Guevara will go out for the second time this year in the front line after doing it in Qatar.

Precisely with Guevara dominating during practically the entire Q2, to which Sergio García Dols (Gas Gas) and Xavi Artigas (Honda) managed to advance from Q1, the Italians Andrea Migno (Honda) and Dennis Foggia (Honda), already runner-up in the world , they tried to snatch the privileged position from him, but everything was blown up in a frenzied last lap.

With the time counter at zero, the times began to shoot up and it was Mazarrón’s who managed to win the award (1: 38.668), while the Spaniard defended his place within the last first row of the year.

García Dols will look to defend his third place overall in the World Championship from tenth place, just ahead of Carlos Tatay (KTM) and Jeremy Alcoba (Honda). Xavi Artigas (Honda) will start seventeenth, Adrián Fernández (Husqvarna) nineteenth, José Antonio Rueda (Honda) twenty-first and Jaume Masià (KTM), twenty-third.