Things we learned in Austin – The FULL GAS Blog

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[tps_header]FULL GAS: Our special, regular blog by Kermit Abadilla from the Philippines – taking a look back at the weekend’s race action and sharing other MotGP, Moto2, Moto3, and WSBK related stuff. A fan of the sport since 8, he is interested in fitness, sports, inspiring businesses and stories, reading, and likes daydreaming and helping. He also does social media & content writing.[/tps_header]


MotoGP held its first race in America this season in Austin, Texas at the Circuit of the Americas. Fans were eager to see some action again after three great races from the previous round in Qatar. While the races didn’t quite match the level of excitement of the first round in terms of the closeness of racing and the drama, the Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas was still a treat to the fans. In MotoGP, a World Champion showed he’s still the king of American circuits. In Moto2, a crash-prone rider turned his fortune around to win his first Grand Prix win. In Moto3, a British lad won an untypical Moto3 race.

What did we learn from this race? Let’s take a look…

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