Monlau and Repsol: united by a bet for tomorrow
Monlau and Repsol: united by a bet for tomorrow

As we spoke yesterday, the team Star Galicia 0, 0 is multiplying its forces and has already managed to have a structure that ranges from the highest category in MotoGP to the lowest category in the FIM CEV Repsol thanks to the alliance between Monlau and Repsol.

This week we were able to see the launch of the team at the Matadero Contemporary Creative Center in Madrid, where the project of Monlau Repsol Technical School has presented its colors for the 2016 season with its promising Moto3 bet: Jorge Navarro and Arón Canet.

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The two Valencian pilots arrive with many aspirations. Jorge Navarro He is one of the candidates for the title of the small category, following an upward trajectory with four podiums in the last five rounds of the world championship and finishing second in the last preseason tests.

While, Aron canet He has a promising future after his time at the 2015 FIM CEV Repsol where he fought for the Junior World title until the last race. The 16-year-old will seek to adapt as soon as possible after a fractured tibia that has kept him in the dry dock for four months.

We could also see Jaume Masià, Jeremy Alcoba and Alonso López, who within the Monlau Repsol Technical School team will be in charge of fighting for the title of the FIM CEV Repsol Junior World Championship and consolidating themselves as promises of motorcycling within a project that can lead them to race in all categories.

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