Moto3 GP of Germany – Sachsenring

It was an unlucky debut for Vicente Pérez and Reale Avintia Academy 77 team at the German Grand Prix. The Spaniard was forced to retire following some electrical issues in his KTM. Reale Avintia Academy 77 staff together with KTM engineers will try to find the problem to avoid it in the future.

It was a tricky weekend for Pérez, but the rookie was also able to learn a lot and for sure he will use this valuable experience in the next races.

Moto3 World Championship will enjoy now a two week break, and Vicente Pérez and the whole Reale Avintia Academy 77 team will charge their batteries to come back stronger in the next race, the Czech Republic Grand Prix, that will start in Brno from August 3rd.

“I did a horrible star and that’s why I was not able to go with the group in the first laps of the race. I was in a group of four riders fighting and after several laps changing positions I was battling to lead the group. But suddenly, my bike stopped, like it happened during the warm-up this morning. We don’t know the cause of this failure, but I’m sure that my team will find it out. It was a though weekend, but we improved everyday and I’m sure that at Brno I’ll be able to show my real potential. I want to thank the team for their hard work over the weekend.”