Back-to-back wins for Jaume Masia in Aragon

He’s done it again! Le0pard rider Jaume Masia has won for the second time in a row, the day he's got to his 50th Grand Prix on the Championship, and if that wasn’t enough, he’s achieved the milestone of Honda’s 800th win! What a day to remember!

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Just seven days ago Spaniard Jaume Masia took victory at the Motorland Circuit and today, being clever, strong and super determined, he’s repeated that amazing result. The second victory in a row and we couldn’t be happier. He’s felt more comfortable this weekend and practice results showed it. Starting from the 7th position, Masia did just an incredible job. He handled the situation, didn't make mistakes and was able to read the situation: he knew when to think, attack, wait or overtake at the right time. The #5 started to fight for the first position nine laps to the end, didn’t take risks and finally, at crunch time, did just a perfect last lap. He crossed the line as the absolute winner and gave Honda its 800th win (of all time).

On the other side of the box, things have been more complicated and Italian Dennis Foggia has finished 16th. After today’s results, Jaume Masia is the 4th on the standings (he’s gathered 133 points and is now 24 far from the leader) and Dennis the 12th (69 points). The Le0pard Racing holds position and remains first on team’s classification with 202 points.

Let’s enjoy the victory! Next race will take place in Valencia in two weeks time!

Jaume Masia, 1st

"It's an incredible feeling. After a hard beginning of the season I feel completely happy because we've reached our goals. I just want to enjoy these victories and try to repeat again. Many thanks to the team, they'v

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Dennis Foggia, 16th

"I didn't feel good on the bike, I couldn't overtake the way I wanted. We will try again in Valencia".

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