DAPURPACU – The fourth round of the FIM Moto3™ Junior World Championship which was played by Mario Suryo Aji at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, Portugal, had to be stopped early.
The Astra Honda Racing Team racer was unable to finish the race because he was involved in an incident caused by another rider who fell earlier.
‘Super’ Mario fell and quit the race after hitting the medical protection sign. Even though the course of the race lasted only three laps. As a result, Mario went home without bringing any points.
Starting the race from the sixth row (#18), Mario tried to get closer to the front group and managed to get past several riders in the first three laps.
On lap 4, when he was not far from the leading group, Mario could not avoid the medical protection sign located on the track because another rider had fallen earlier.
The red flag is issued and the race is suspended. Mario can not return to the race due to damage to the motorcycle due to the incident that happened to him. Luckily, Mario escaped injury.
“I’m thankful I didn’t suffer any injuries. It’s a complicated situation, because once again, I have to quit the race through no fault of my own.”
“I’m sure I can compete for the podium. So I have to be even stronger in the next races, learn from what happened here and continue to feel good on the bike.” [dp/MTH]
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