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The tyrant Joan Mir establishes his cautious dictatorship in Moto3, "we must keep our feet on the ground"
The tyrant Joan Mir establishes his cautious dictatorship in Moto3, "we must keep our feet on the ground"
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The Moto3 race held today in Austria has made one thing clear to us and it is none other than it seems that Joan Mir dominate the Moto3 World Championship at will. With just over three seconds ahead of the runner-up, the Leopard Racing Spaniard claimed victory, always keeping his distance from the group of pursuers.

With his great performance and climbing to the first step of the podium, Mir strengthens his first position in the general classification with 215 points, which is more than two races ahead of his pursuer, the Italian Romano Fenati, who was only able to finish in 13th position today.

It was a very difficult race

Joan Mir Moto3 2017 Austria
Joan Mir Moto3 2017 Austria

Although the start of the race did not go as well as I expected for Joan Mir. The one from Palma de Mallorca gritted his teeth during the first bars and after finishing in tenth position, he placed first in just five laps. From there, the Spaniard would offer a monologue in which he did not abandon the head of the race at any time until the 23 laps were finished.

In spite of the crushing victory, for the Spaniard "it was a difficult race, but I wanted to win it." Throughout the weekend his team did a great job of setting up the bike and they knew that "at this circuit we had something more than the rivals and we have seen it in the race." Despite starting in tenth position and being somewhat worried, Mir did not want to see himself fighting within the group "because in this category it is always a risk".

Joan Mir Moto3 2017 Austria 2
Joan Mir Moto3 2017 Austria 2

As soon as he took the head race and he saw that his lead was 0.5 seconds over the rest of his pursuers, he told himself "it was time to push harder and open a gap with everyone else." In this way, and braking in a superb way, he managed to have a difference of three seconds with the second classified and managed it perfectly until the end of the race.

Is now first in the general classification With 64 points ahead of the second, "that's that many points, almost three races!" says Mir, who is now looking at the leaderboard, but does not want to start doing calculations, "we have to keep our feet on the ground and try to go to get the maximum possible points in the races that remain".

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