Rossi Moor Racing In Moto3 Junior World Championship Finale

Rossi Moor Racing In Moto3 Junior World Championship Finale

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By FAIRIUM Next Generation Riders Team:

Rossi Moor the only American-Hungarian who will start as the youngest rider ever in the last race of the Moto3 Junior World Championship in Valencia on November 21st.

Very good news for all American/Hungarian motorsport fans and for American-Hungarian Motorsport.

The 14-year-old rider of the Fairium Next Generation Riders Team, this year’s Northern Talent Cup bronze medalist, Rossi Attila Moor, was given a fantastic opportunity. Rossi could start in the last Moto3 Junior World Championship race in Valencia on November 21st.

The young talent will riding in the Gazzola Racing Team and will replace Spanish rider Marcos Ruda on a KTM RC250GP bike.

Rossi’s chief engineer for this occasion will be none other than Alessandro Tognelli (nickname Bronzina), who is the chief engineer of Izan Guevara, who is racing in Moto3 World Champioship.


Rossi Moor: I can’t say how happy I am that I was chosen and I will be the first American-Hungarian to participate in the Moto3 Junior World Championship.

I know I won’t have an easy task, but even now, as always, I’m going to get 100% out of myself and from the bike. My goal is to get as much experience as possible in that weekend. Many thanks to Andrea Gazzola, the manager and owner of the Gazzola Racing Team, and of course Stefano Favaro, my father and coach István Moor, and the rest of the team to Katalin Geri, Balázs Schulz, Attila Fazekas and Anett Kovács for always standing by me and believing in me.

Stefano Favaro: I don’t think there could be a better end to this fantastic 2021 season for Rossi Moor. Andrea Gazzola noticed Rossi Moor as early as 2019, when he started as a wild-card three times in Spain in the European Talent Cup series. Now, after two years, with the departure of the Spanish rider Marcos Ruda, he immediately called me to give Rossi a chance.

At the Moto3 Junior World Championships, Rossi Moor will be the youngest American-Hungarian rider ever, so this is a great experience for him. From my side, all I could add was to spoke to Alessandro Tognelli, who is the Chief Engineer of Izan Guevara, Moto3 World Championship rider  on the Aspar Team. We want to provide Rossi with the best conditions so that he can have some serious experience in that weekend and get the most out of what it means to compete in a Junior World Championship.

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