Grill Moto3 it continues to give a lot to talk about, and little by little the formations of the teams that will be in it are getting to know. One of them is the Team LaGlisse, which will debut in the small category of the Motorcycle World Championship after its successes in the CEV Buckler in Moto2. You just have to remember which team you are the champion of, Jordi Torres, and the runner-up, Carmelo Morales, of this 2011. Come on, you are not new to this.
Thus, they already have the two pilots they will count on to carry the Honda NSF250R that they will have at their disposal. On the one hand they will have Efrén Vázquez, that after a 2011 at Ajo Motorsport where we expected something more from him, he is willing to take that little jump that has been missing until today to be regularly fighting for victory in each race. By the way, we must not forget that this year Efrén will fly alone, since Herri Torrontegui He stopped being his manager at the end of this season. And on the other side will be Adrián Martín, who will complete his third season with the LaGlisse, undoubtedly a rider who will seek to continue his progression in a team that offers all the guarantees.
Both riders have already been able to test the Honda at the Almería circuit, and they came out very satisfied, although aware that there is still a lot of work to be done and a lot of travel for the bike to evolve. By the way, they have not been the only ones to try it in the Andalusian city, since Ana CarrascoWith only fourteen years old and one year of CEV already behind him, he was able to take the first laps in what will be his mount for the CEV Buckler 2012. Another great signing for Team LaGlisse.
As you can imagine, the different parties are more than happy with the signings and the first impression of the Honda NSF250R. A) Yes, Jaime Fernández-Avilés, team leader LaGlisse, could not be happier with the conditions in which he will make his landing in the new Moto3 category:
For its part, Efrén is not far behind when it comes to enthusiasm and desire. After having considered the different options that were presented to him for 2012, he has decided on this project of Team LaGlisse, and I say that it will be for something. In his words the satisfaction he feels is clearly denoted:
Of course, the team that has come together for this new adventure does not look bad at all, and we all know the brilliant trajectory and experience with the four-stroke engines of Team LaGlisse, as they themselves admit. There is less and less time, and the transfer market for Moto3 is fuming. And what's left…
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