Arenas: "I dedicate it to those who suffer from the Coronavirus and Rins"

"It has been a bit sad to run without an audience, but it is the best for everyone. I hope that many people have seen it and enjoyed it just like me," he says.

Arenas:-"I-dedicate-it-to-those-who-suffer-from-the-Coronavirus-and-Rins"

Second consecutive victory for Albert Arenas in Moto3, now in the Spanish GP, and after another heart attack race. He has been seen very happy in his statements to DAZN.

-It is the first time that he achieves two consecutive victories.

-Yes, yes, and it's incredible. We came here very motivated and we also felt the nerves to return. A little bit of what's going on and expectations. I have tried to stay calm. This morning the warm-up was key, because I left and came back since I was in the group and preferred to ride alone. I finished the twenties, a little behind, but I knew it was a good job for the race, because we have seen something and we have made a change. And then the race was incredible. Everything. How I have finished, how I have endured. The team work has been incredible and I am very happy.

-He had not been seen very high all weekend. Was it something wanted?

-Let's see ... I can't afford that much either. Yes, it is true that I have not sought to stand out or make myself seen just because. In FP3 I finished fourth, but here everyone is going to do a lap and there is a lot of difference between doing a lap and rolling. I have tried to feel comfortable and so it has been. I had a change to ride in a group and in the warm up I decided to ride alone and I saw that it was not enough. We have made that change, which has been key. It was incredible and at the beginning of the race I had several touches.

-With whom?

-With Arbolino, with Raúl (Fernández) ... I've hooked myself with Jeremy's footrest (McPhee). Not cool. I have gathered strength and put myself in front. Whenever I advance I try to make it as legal as possible, but if I have to take out the weapons then I will have to take them out. In Moto3 a lot of things always happen and you have to try to promote fair play. I also know how to pass by hitting axes. A last-round ax is worth it, but not on the fifth lap. It doesn't make much sense there, but I'm still true to my style.

-Who is this victory for?

-I want to dedicate it to all the people who are suffering this. We are so lucky to be here. We have grown a lot in this confinement. Running without an audience has been a bit sad, but it is the best for everyone. I hope that many people have seen it and enjoyed it just like me. And I want to wish my partner Álex Rins a quick recovery, who had a lot of bad luck yesterday. I dedicate this victory also to him. I'm sure more will come for him. I'm looking forward to disconnecting this afternoon a bit and thinking about the next one, which is also here. Keep it up



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