GAJSER AGAIN SHOWS HIS SUPREMACY
Thanks to Tim Gajser, Silver Action has celebrated a double victory, this time in the Grand Prix of Portugal, which took place, as usual, on the Agueda track. The young Slovenian rider has again demonstrated its clear superiority over their rivals, forcing a furious rhythm impossible to fight for his rivals. Obviously results speak for themselves:
Gajser has not only won fluency in both races, but has also given to their opponents 24 seconds in Race 1 and even 47 seconds in Race 2 and this despite the rain had fallen in both fractions race, making the field very heavy. After only three rounds of the 125 Championship, Gajser has gained an advantage of 44 points on his closest pursuer.
In the same class, Gianluca Deghi has suffered the track made heavy by the rain, and despite the usual volition to do well, he hasn’t gone beyond the 2nd place in Race 1 and the 20th place in the Race 2.
In MX1, the race weekend had started well for Davide Guarneri, who had achieved the 6th fastest time in the pre-qualifying and the 6th place during the qualifying on Saturday. Unfortunately the ace of Brescia’s Team during the GP has not collected the same results of Saturday, finishing 11th in race 1 (also for a slide that has earned him a sprained ankle)and 16th in Race 2, due to a fall without consequences, that however has caused him the loss of different positions.
Mihail “Mr” Cociu, is really started 13th in race 1, but he hasn’t scored points in this Portugal Grand Prix and has also remedied some stitches in the hand due to a contact with another rider.
Mirko Madaschi, Team Manager: "First of all I would like to congratulate Tim and the Team, which have worked very well, allowing us to take home an important achievement in the European 125. Tim is a young, fast and determined rider and with the support of all the Team, he is getting great results.
Regarding the MX1, this time we seemed really on right way, with Davide 6th at the starting gate. Unfortunately, even in this race, there was something that has not worked well and that has prevented David to get those results that we are sure that he can reach. We hope that in Bastogne, during the next weekend, all wires in the right direction and that we can begin to collect the fruits of the work done so far."