Editorial Note: Americans Tyler Scott and Cody Kitchens also entered the European Talent Cup event at Albacete. Neither Scott nor Kitchens qualified for the main event, which was limited to 38 riders. Scott and Kitchens competed in the consolation race, but both riders DNF.
Rossi Moor was successful again in the ETC main event at Albacete
The previous weekend [October 12-13] the Mugen Race Junior Team participated in the CEV Repsol European Talent Cup 6th round in Albacete, Spain.
Rossi Moor qualified for 32nd place out of 57 participants in his second pre-moto3 competition. He eventually finished 27th in the main event of the European Talent Cup, which, considering he is the youngest rider in the championship, is a very good performance.
“On Thursday, we had three free practices to set the suspension,” said the young American. “Then on Friday, we had two more practices. On Saturday, we had two qualifying and I was able to qualify myself 32nd out of 57 riders. In the race, I got 27th out of 38 riders, luckily avoiding the huge accident where lots of riders were involved in the fiRst lap. I am very happy and had A good time with the team and look forward to this year’s final round in Valencia.”
Stefano Favaro, founder of Sport & Events Motorsport Academy, said this about the weekend: “The weekend was very tough. Everything was positive, and the boys worked very well again to qualify for the main event. Rossi has gained a lot of experience again, became 27th, and is getting used to this motorbike. For him, the main task is to qualify continuously for the main event and to collect the kilometers.”