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GASGAS AND GARCIA TAKE SECOND WIN IN CATALUNYA

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Sergio Garcia arrived at the Gran Premi Monster Energy De Catalunya determined to make up for lost time in the wake of the challenges he faced at the last race in Mugello. A difficult qualifying session forced a 19th place grid start, and with the rain clouds looming, the odds were beginning to stack up against the young Spanish rider from Burriana. However, if his previous victory at round five of the championship - in Le Mans - this season has taught us anything; never count out #11.

Garcia made a lightning start, leaping up into 13th on the first lap and then further up the order to 5th by lap three. His charge was so hard and aggressive that by lap eight he was circulating in second position, and by the half-way point of the Catalan Grand Prix Garcia was leading the race aboard his GASGAS RC 250 GP machine.

Garcia made a lightning start, leaping up into 13th on the first lap and then further up the order to 5th by lap three. His charge was so hard and aggressive that by lap eight he was circulating in second position, and by the half-way point of the Catalan Grand Prix Garcia was leading the race aboard his GASGAS RC 250 GP machine.

#11 - Sergio Garcia:

“It was a very crazy race! I was just trying as hard as I could to get to the finish and push for the podium. Every lap I was having to plan my track position, because of the huge slip stream down the pit straight. I’m very happy to get this victory. It's just absolutely amazing - I’m lost for words! I want to say thank you to the team and my family. I’m very, very happy!”

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