The CEV Repsol final stretch starts in Valencia

 In JuniorGP, News


The National Championship will reveal its 2013 champions in the next two weeks, after the rounds in Valencia on the 17th and in Jerez on the 24th.

The CEV Repsol starts its most exciting chapter with the last two rounds of the season ‒Valencia and Jerez‒ that will take place consecutive in the next two weekends. The first stop of this thrilling stretch will take place next Sunday at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, in a round in which the Moto3 class will have two races. Only seven days later, the Jerez track will see the finale of the 2013 season.

Sunday Races’ Schedule (local time):
11:00h. Moto3
12:00h. Stock Extreme
13:00h. Moto2
14:00h. Moto3


The riders of the small category will have a good chance to make the difference in Valencia, as Moto3 will have two races where they can score points for the Championship. The overall standings are very close as the class reaches Ricardo Tormo ‒the top 5 riders are separated by only 11 points‒ with Marcos Ramirez still on the lead followed by Bryan Schouten, 3 points behind, and the winner of the CEV Repsol last round in Navarra, Maria Herrera, 6 points away.


Roman Ramos is for now the rider that dominates this class. His consistency allowed him to be the only Moto2 rider to finish all races on the podium and this is shown in the overall standings, where he has an advantage of 24 points over the second, Alejandro Mariñelarena, and 36 over the third place, Malaysian Hafizh Syahrin. They both made things difficult for the leader in Navarra, as they each won one of the races held in the last round of the CEV Repsol.

Stock Extreme

All predictions point to Xavi Fores as the favourite for victory in this class. The rider from Valencia won 5 of the 6 races already held –he was second in Aragon‒ and he has the race in Valencia and the double round in Jerez to try and secure the Stock Extreme title. His main rival in the battle for the National title –with 75 points still up for grabs until the end of the Championship‒ is Carmelo Morales, who is 29 points behind Fores in the overall standings. 50 points behind the leader is Ivan Silva, in third.

Source: Repsol Media

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