In Moto2, the British sam lowes (Kalex) took the win, tenth in his history, ahead of the Spaniard Pedro Acosta (Kalex), who became the new leader of the intermediate category with his second place in Jerez and fourth in the overall first place up to now, the Italian Tony Arbolino (Kalex).
Alonso Lopez (Boscoscuro), third, frustrated the podium in the Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto of the transalpine, which would have allowed him to defend the leadership of the World Cup.
The Murcian, who started the race second, took command of the appointment after overtaking the ‘poleman‘ Sam Lowes at the start, where Arbolino moved up from tenth to fourth. The Briton soon regained the lead, riding in record times, trying to get away, although the man from Mazarrón stayed on the wheel.
Meanwhile, Alonso López established himself on the podium after leaving behind the group that made up Arbolino, the Japanese Ai Ogura (Kalex) and Spanish Aron Canet (Kalex), and managed to finish third.
As for the rest of Spaniards, Canet finished fifth, Albert Arenas (Kalex) finished eighth and Fermin Aldeguer (Boscoscuro) completed the ‘Top 10’ ahead of Sergio Garcia Dols (Kalex) and from manu gonzalez (Kalex).
Besides, Jeremy Alcoba (Kalex) was sixteenth, Borja Gomez (Kalex) nineteenth, Marcos Ramirez (Forward) twenty-first and izan guevara (Kalex), twenty-second. I do not finish Albert Arenas (Kalex).