The Moto3 class returned to action on February 5th and 6th at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit for the first private pre-season test. Carlos Tatay, new rider of the Reale Avintia Racing Team, had a first contact with his new team and his new bike.

The young Spanish rider has successfully completed two very intense and hard-working days. Tatay, at the controls of his KTM, has accumulated 140 laps to the Valencian circuit, a total of approximately 560 km during both days.

Both the rider and the team were able to test and carry out various configurations which helped to gather data that will facilitate the development of the bike for the next official test to be held on the 19th, 20th and 21st February at the Jerez-Ángel Nieto Circuit.

“It’s been two very positive test days, my first meeting with the technical staff and everyone in the team. I’ve already got to know the bike, I’m very happy with it and with the feeling, and I’m working from less to more. We are leaving with a very good feeling and looking forward to Jerez. To continue working and in Jerez more.”