Acosta runs and positive of Suzuki and Garzó in Covid-19

The Murcian spent the night as a precaution in a hospital in Assen, was fifth in the warm up and is ready to race.


Pedro Acosta is back and arrives in time to run the Moto3 test in Assen, something that his grid partner Tatsuki Suzuki cannot do the same, for giving a false positive for coronavirus, the same thing that happened to Héctor Garzó, who The Moto2 race will be lost if the next test does not give negative.

The Moto3 leader spent the night in a hospital in Assen. Although he claimed to be fine from the first moment after the ugly accident suffered at the end of FP3, in which Ricardo Rossi ran over him, a chest trauma forced him to spend a night under observation. That made him miss qualifying and qualify for 18th on the grid, the last of the 18 positions at stake in Q2.

The Mazarrón Shark has reappeared as if nothing had happened, because it was classified fifth, behind Migno, Antonelli, Artigas and Foggia.

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