He finished the first race in the series.
November 18, 2018 at 13:13 (updated 18 November 2018 at 14:01) TASR
Valencia. Turkish Cyclist-Cyclist Can Öncü at KTM has introduced history as the youngest Moto3 race won.
At the age of 15 and 115, he won the Grand Prix of Valencia Sunday, the last event of this year's World Series.
The Red Bull Rookies Cup winner was received free of charge by the organizers and completed his / her; first race in the series.
He started himself as the youngest rider in history. The platform was converted to a huge impact on it.
In the final, on a wet path, He left last year and won a four-point destination ahead of Spaniel and the Jorge Martin World Championship in Honda.
Historically Öncü has been the first winner of Moto3. Due to his age, he did not allow him to mark him on a champagne podium.
However, Martin and the third Brit John MacPhee got a lot of flu pants.
"I'm not sure what's going on, I hope that I came out with an impact in the future season," she told an AFP Turkish teenager.
|First||Can Öncü.||(Tur./KTM)||43: 06,370 minutes.|
|Second||Jorge Martin||(Spain. / Honda)||+4.071 s|
Final position of MS (after 18 races):
|First||Jorge Martin||(Spain. / Honda)||260 points|
|Second||Fabio Di Giannantonio||(Tal./Honda)||218|
|First||Miguel Oliveira||(Portug./KTM)||45: 07,639 mins.|
|Second||Iker Lecuona||(Spain / KTM)||+13,201 s|
|third||Alex Marquez||(Spain / Kalex)||+22,175|
Final MS class (18):
|third||Brad Binder||(USA / KTM)||201|