David Giménez, leader of National SuperMotard Championship

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David Giménez, leader of National SuperMotard Championship

Valencia hosted the opening round of the National Championship of Spain, which also coincided with the European Championship and the World Championship, and despite the bad weather the test has been a success, especially considering it was the first time that the circuit hosted the World Cup.

In the premier, David Gimenez has imposed his status as champion to win the first and third set and thus be the first leader of the premier class in 2016 National Championship of Spain. In addition, the Suzuki Grau Racing rider, running with the help of the public, has been fifth in the computation of the two races in the World Supermoto, struggling with the reigning European champions, Marc Reiner Schmidt. However, Thomas Chareyre won the test showing that he is the dominator of the world SuperMotard. The French, after his double in the first test, was the star circuit Albaida and already takes 18 points to Schmidt.

In the category SM Road, the new signing Suzuki Grau Racing, Pablo Lopez, has shown his talent this weekend and has proclaimed leader of the general classification thanks to finishing second in the first race and win the second. The winner Pablo Lopez came in third place after a free practice in the wet and dry with some qualifiers. In the first race, the Suzuki Grau Team placing a hairy front tire and one dry behind, although the pilot pitcher finished second. In the second, Lopez did not spare sleeve and led from start to finish giving his team a huge joy.

The pilot said after completion of the test that “the team has worked perfectly and I could not fail, I am very happy and we must continue in this online, we started in the best way possible.” With these good and regular results, Pablo Lopez strong tournament begins: the leader of the general classification category SM Road.

The Suzuki Grau Racing rider, Petr Vorlicek was the best and was able to keep the lead in the European Championship, even increasing the gap to their rivals.

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