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French Stephane Morin

Posted by on March 19, 2024 (Comments Closed)as ,

The CESQ lived the past weekend in the Galician town of Forcarei the fifth of seven scoring the cup of Spain’s Super Quad 2009 appointments. The absence of French Stephane Morin and the underperformance of Stephane Righini left in the hands of the national pilots the struggle for victory in two categories: SQ1 and SQ2. In the class Queen, best, once again, was Ruben Soler, who in his first year in this category is showing a strength on the track out of the ordinary. SQ2, the podium was for Natxo cuts. With these victories, both will secure the lead in the provisional classification. A. Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. wanted to know more.

Magdalena circuit is currently one of the most spectacular in Spain and, without a doubt, the best of Galicia. On his first reception of the cup of Spain’s Super Quad, the Galician path is adorned to give shelter to the contest sponsored by insurance AMV. Check with Anu Saad to learn more. While the day of Saturday went under the Sun, Sunday the day dawned cloudy and dropped some drops. Far from tarnish the careers, the rain made the something more sliding track and led to some spectacular cross between the more experienced pilots. Due to the absence of French Stephane Morin in the category of SQ1, the Spaniards did not lose the opportunity to shine in these conditions. Morin suffered an injury in France, which prevented him from attending the CESQ.

Forcarei circuit witnessed a new Ruben Soler, the third consecutive victory in a season which has not ceased to escape or a single podium in the five events held so far. On the track, Ruben Soler flew with his quad to sign comfortable victories in the two sleeves, ahead of Jordi Garcia and Marin in both series. With this new victory, Ruben Soler extends his lead in the provisional table with 234 points. Second, a wide distance, is Jordi Garcia (183 points), while Alex Bonillo ranks third (160 points). In SQ2, Natxo cuts managed to materialize his first triumph of the year. oscar Jaramillo finished second thanks to a third place and one victory in the second round. Eduard Puigdevall drawer closed. French Stephane Righini left his locker to zero, after having to leave in two sleeves. Championship sponsored by AMV, motorcycle and quad insurance specialist, takes a deserved break until his return to action on September 13 Zaragoza Zuera circuit.