MADRID, 23 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) –
Finetwork, the Spanish fiber and mobile company, reaffirms its commitment to the young promises of motorcycling and will support the riders Pedro Acosta and Alonso López in the Moto2 World Championship, which kicks off this weekend with the Portuguese Grand Prix in the Algarve International Autodrome in Portimao.
From its origins, the company has opted for ‘motorsport’ and began its journey with Pedro Acosta before he arrived at the Motorcycle World Championship.
In this sense, the young rider from Puerto de Mazarrón (Murcia) has put into practice the motto that defines the fiber and mobile company, ‘Better is Possible’, breaking into the Moto3 World Championship in 2021 like no one had ever done before. made by winning the title in the year of his debut.
In 2022, Acosta jumped to the Moto2 category and had an intense fight with Alonso López for the ‘Rookie of the Year’ award until the last race of the season. This 2023 is presented with the Murcian and the Madrid as the two main candidates for the title.
In addition, Alonso López, who joined the Finetwork Mir Racing Team project as a ‘coach’ in 2022, training future motorcycling stars such as David Almansa, Marcos Ruda or Alberto Ferrández, will have greater support from Finetwork starting this year, since it will have the fiber and mobile company as the personal sponsor of the revelation pilot of the 2022 season.
In this way, Finetwork will be represented this year in the MotoGP World Championship by two riders in the Moto2 category, Alonso López and Pedro Acosta, who will fight for the title, which the company defines with a ‘Derfi’, the rivalry of a derby with two of the best talents who could make the leap to MotoGP in 2024.
“At Finetwork we share the passion of López and Acosta for the engine, in addition to the values of improvement and effort that both riders champion. We are very proud to support them and to have such a good representation in the MotoGP World Championship,” said Teresa Rivera, Finetwork Chief Marketing Officer.
In addition, the Finetwork Mir Racing Team has already requested a place to become a Moto3 World Championship team from 2024, disputing in 2023 a series of World Championship grand prix on Spanish soil in preparation.