Second great success of Spanish motorcycling in the 2020 World Cup. After the title of Joan Mir in MotoGP, the one of Albert Arenas in Moto3. As deserved as the first, even more because the new champion of the small category has exhibited a huge consistency throughout the season. Only occasional misfortune (this should be considered when misfortunes come from the responsibility of others and not your own) they have delayed their proclamation, although the important thing is that it has been produced to bring, incidentally, a new wound to the structure of Jorge Martínez ‘Aspar’. The Valencian adds his fifth award as team leader, that is added to the others four he achieved as a pilot. A huge satisfaction for me personally, I have to admit.
Beyond the evident talent and solvency of Arenas, the reflection to which his crown takes me is to the enormous effort that ‘Aspar’ has been making for decades to maintain your team and do it with the necessary wickers to reap results like the one you celebrate today. It’s your business, of course, but especially his passion. I find it admirable that after so many years stay in the gap with the same enthusiasm, dedication and enthusiasm that when competing with her little girl Derbi 80. Jorge has had a hard time on many occasions, I assure you, he has suffered more than is desirable and they have given him plenty of arguments to devote to other matters, maybe even more lucrative. But no, there it is still at the foot of the canyon, in the circuits and working for kids like Arenas to fulfill their dreams. Congratulations to all that great family that forms the ‘Aspar’ team.