Round 3 of the FIM CEV Repsol Junior Moto3 World Championship took place at the home of the Catalan GP – the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona with Chinese rider Hunter Su once again on track.
The youngster who was forced to make the huge step from national level competition and into the Junior World Championship when Moto3 national racing was stopped in Spain continues to impress with dedication, determination and commitment, and whilst he may not have made it onto the grid there were many positives to take from the weekend.
He smashed his personal best lap of the circuit time and again on Friday and was making significant steps in qualifying too, so there is a lot to be proud of and to be confident about ahead of the next round in Valencia.
“Racing on my home circuit was a great feeling, especially with all my friends and family there to support me. I started the first day smashing my personal best lap time, and I felt really strong. I was able to keep the improvement going until qualifying where I just couldn’t go that extra bit faster to make it onto the grid. I can’t complain as I knew before the start of the season that racing in the Junior World Championship was a massive step. I plan to work harder both on and off the track and will push even harder to qualify for the next one! Thanks to my team, family and friends for the support!”