Face and cross for Bautista in his tribute to Ángel Nieto

The Talaverano has achieved his victory number '12 +1 'in the World Superbike in the Andalusian track that bears the name of the legendary motorcycling champion.


Grand Chelem. Pole position, victory, fast lap and lead all the laps of the race. Álvaro Bautista could not have made a better tribute to the figure of Ángel Nieto in the Superpole race that was held on Sunday in the track that leads the name of the legendary Spanish champion who died two years ago in Ibiza due to the injuries produced in an accident of quad.

A courtesy that he has not been able to repeat in Race 2, since Bautista has lost the front of his Ducati at the end of the goal straight, clearing the way to victory for Michael Van der Mark. Despite the gravity of the action, Ducati mechanics have managed to fix the damage in record time and the Talaverano has returned to the track with nine laps to go to finish in 16th position.

Crónica Carrera Superpole

Como Comes being usual in the Superbike World 2019, with the exception of the Italian Grand Prix 2019, Bautista has only seen this courtesy in the exit. Marco Melandri has rushed, unsuccessfully, braking at the end of the finish line in a desperate attempt to overtake the Ducati pilot and prevent him from imposing the fast pace that the talaverano has been exhibiting from the Free 1.

Tras failed in his mission and therefore, adjudicia the victory '12 +1 'to the leader of the championship, the The action of the test has focused on Jonathan Rea. The Northern Irishman, who started from the last position for his incident with Alex Lowes in Race 1, has completed a remarkable comeback to the fourth position, leaving for the newspaper library a double overtaking to Jordi Torres and Toprak Razgatlioglu in the Lorenzo curve.

Estimable Rea's performance that at times has conveyed the feeling that he could even uncork the champagne in the Jerez-Angel Nieto circuit's honor zone, as Melandri has slowed the speed of Michael Van der Mark for several laps and the Kawasaki driver has positioned less than a second of both Yamaha YZF R1.

Finally, highlight the eight position of Torres after a frantic battle with Razgatlioglu and Sandro Cortese and Chaz Davies, as well as Tom Skyes and Leon Haslam have taken advantage of the fall of Lowes in lap three to occupy the fifth and sixth positions respectively.

Chronicle Carrera 2

Ya advivi Álvaro Bautista played after the Thailand Grand Prix 2019. Winning the 2019 Superbike World Championship was not going to be as easy as many experts pointed out. Because any minimal error could reduce to the minimum expression the considerable advantage it has in the classification, a circumstance that has occurred in Race 2 of the Spanish Grand Prix 2019.

Bautista has lost the front of his Ducati Panigale V4 R at the end of the straight goal when he had only completed one of the 20 laps that were stipulated by regulation for this test, a disastrous action that has completely ruled out the victory and that has not taken advantage of Jonathan Rea, his greatest rival for the title.

El Normal has succumbed to the push shown by Michael Van der Mark, who has not only defeated the current champion south of the Iberian Peninsula, but has been able to make a horse and comfortably observe the checkered flag that certified his first triumph of the season.

Toprak Razgatlioglu has been the other surprise of the test. The pi Turkish lotus has climbed to the third honor box after making an excellent first phase of the race, even reaching at times the slipstream of the Kawasaki ZX-10RR of Rea, performance that has allowed him to distance himself from Michael Rinaldi and Leon Haslam and manage the degradation that has suffered in recent measures.

Finally, Jordi Torres has returned to repeat the eighth position of the Carrera Superpole, exceeding in more than four seconds a Loris Baz who has not been able to follow at any time his wake. The activity in the 2019 Superbike World Championship will return on June 21 with the celebration of the 2019 Italian Grand Prix at the Misano circuit.



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