The 2019 Moto3 German Grand Prix was won by Italian, Lorenzo Dalla Porta. He finished ahead of his teammate, Marcos Ramirez, while title contender Aron Canet completed the podium by finishing third.
A good weekend for…
It was a strong weekend from Lorenzo Dalla Porta who followed up his second place finish at Assen with victory at the Sachsenring. It also means he heads into the summer break in the lead of the Moto3 championship.Embed from Getty Images
Although he has lost the lead in the championship it was a strong weekend, of sorts, for Aron Canet, who charged through the field to finish third to make sure he is only two points behind the championship leader going into Moto3’s break. It may not have been ideal, but it was a very good damage limitation ride from Canet.
Japanese rider, Ai Ogura had another strong weekend finishing seventh. This follows on from the sixth place finishes he achieved in the previous two rounds.Embed from Getty Images
It was also a strong race for Romano Fenati who achieved his highest placed finish of the season so far at Sachsenring after finishing fourth. His previous best finish was a seventh in Catalunya.
A bad weekend for…
Another weekend, and another retirement for Kaito Toba who crashed out of the race in Germany, resulting in his fourth consecutive retirement.Embed from Getty Images
Having been on a good run of form which culminated in a third place finish in Catalunya, it was another difficult weekend for Celestino Vietti who retired for the second consecutive race which is also his second retirement of the 2019 season.
Moto3 will return in early August for the Czech Grand Prix at Brno.