Unbeatable Tatsuki Suzuki takes a commanding victory in Argentina

Being Le0pard Racing’s 9th different winner, Tatsuki Suzuki has put the finishing touch to the Argentinean Grand Prix with a ride for the ages. It could have been the perfect day for the team as Jaume Masià also fought for the podium positions, but a crash prevented him from taking it. Let’s analyse this crazy race day:
  • Japanese rider Tatsuki Suzuki made a great start moving up from 6th to 2nd in the early stages of the race. From 5th on the grid, teammate Jaume Masià struggled a bit more, but was able to recover the positions he lost in just one lap.
  • With both Le0pard riders fighting for the podium positions since the very start, we can say it’s been a breathtaking race for the team from beginning to end.
  • After consolidating in 2nd position, a crash from the rider at the front put Tatsuki Suzuki in the lead, with him responding strongly, performing an awesome ride and setting the fastest lap time for several laps.
  • While Suzuki opened the gap on the lead, Masià battle it out with his rivals for the podium positions. When he was running 2nd, with 5 laps to go, the Spaniard crashed in Turn 2 and couldn’t finish the race.
  • To measure the madness of this race we leave you a number: 7.846s. That’s the maximum gap Tatsuki Suzuki was able to pull out of his rivals in today’s Moto3 race.
  • With the race coming to an end, Tatsuki Suzuki crossed the finish line in first position to take not only his first victory with Le0pard Racing, but also his first one since the Andalucía Grand Prix back in 2020.
  • Tatsuki Suzuki is back to winning ways, Jaume Masià will come back stronger and Le0pard Racing is ready to continue battling. See you in two weeks time in Austin!
It was a really long race. I was pushing very hard to keep the gap, but I relaxed when I saw the 7-second distance. It’s been a long way since my last victory, but after my crash in 2021 in Misano, I lost my self-confidence. Le0pard Racing trusts me a lot, and now we’ve found what we were missing!”
Tatsuki Suzuki
I was feeling strong during today’s race, pushing to the limit to open the gap when I was running in second position. Unfortunately, I crashed with 5 laps to go. Now it’s time to analyse everything, get some rest and continue preparing both physically and mentally for the next race in Austin”
Jaume Masià
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