A frantic 15-lap Moto3 contest kicked of Sunday’s race motion at Silverstone, with Aspar’s David Alonso coming from final on the grid to take a sensational maiden victory.
The Spaniard aced his begin from final to get into the lead battle early on and hit the entrance for the primary time on lap six.
He made a decisive transfer on the final lap into Stowe, outdragging Intact GP’s Ayumu Sasaki and maintained the lead by means of the ultimate sequence of corners to take the win.
Sasaki held onto second as championship chief Dani Holgado accomplished the rostrum.
Ivan Ortola was fourth for the Angeluss MTA crew forward of BOE Motorsports’ David Munoz, CIP’s David Salvador, MT Helmets’ Diogo Moreira, Jose Antonio Rueda (Ajo KTM), Collin Veier (Intact GP) and Snipers Honda’s Romano Fenati.
Early race chief Jaume Masia crashed his Leopard Honda on the Loop and rejoined to complete 18th.
Holgado’s championship lead stands at 22 over Sasaki, with Masia third an additional 10 factors adrift.
Fermin Aldeguer, Pace Up Racing
Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images
Fermin Aldeguer took his maiden Moto2 win for Pace Up Racing within the afternoon’s race, grabbing the holeshot to guide from Pedro Acosta into Flip 1.
Although he then fell again to fourth as Pons rider Aron Canet led, Lopez (Pace Up Racing) then went down, permitting Aldeguer to seek out Canet and snatch the lead with eight laps remaining.
Aldeguer went on to drag away on the entrance and set the quickest lap of the race on the penultimate tour with the one 2m04s effort of the weekend, profitable by 2.5s.
Although Canet had fallen behind Acosta, he made it again previous for second within the closing levels, with the KTM Ajo rider third to take the lead within the standings.
It was a dismal house race for Jake Dixon (GasGas Aspar), crashing out with 16 laps remaining after contact with Darryn Binder (Intact GP).