Vierge secures 9th in Le Mans – Gardner perseveres in tricky battle

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Xavi Vierge recorded a solid top ten finish at the Tech3 Racing Team’s home Grand Prix after producing a determined display in the round 5 fight. The Spaniard began the race from 11th the grid and quickly set into a consistent pace as he ran with the top group in the opening stages. After fighting all the way to the chequered flag, he concluded the GP in 9th, to achieve his fourth top ten result of the year.

Meanwhile, the resolute Remy Gardner delivered a confidence boosting performance to finish the French Grand Prix in 20th as he continues to recover from an ankle injury. The young Australian fought tirelessly in the gruelling 26-lap sprint and he now confidently looks on to the next race at Mugello where he hopes to fight for his first points of the season.

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Vierge to launch from the 4th row – Gardner makes strides forward

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Tech3 Racing Team rider Xavi Vierge produced a spirited display in the French GP qualifying today and will kick off his quest to seal a strong result at the Tech3 Racing team’s home race from 11th on the grid. The young Spaniard was making progress in the highly competitive practice, but his hopes of moving up the grid were halted after he fell in the late stages of the shootout. Nevertheless, he aims to achieve his fourth top ten finish of the year tomorrow in Le Mans.

Meanwhile, Remy Gardner pushed relentlessly to seize a starting position on the 8th row of the grid as he continues to recover from his ankle injury. The young Australian grit his teeth before finishing with a time that was 0.546 behind Vierge and tomorrow he hopes to fight for his first championship points of the season.

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Determined Vierge straight on the pace in Le Mans

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Xavi Vierge made a highly positive start to proceedings on day one of the Tech3 Racing Team’s home Grand Prix in Le Mans. The young Spaniard immediately got up to speed in the dry morning practice, which he concluded in 6th and just 0.192 back from 3rd. In the afternoon, the wet weather arrived but Vierge powered through and finished FP2 in 6th once again, which leaves him confident for any future rain-affected sessions. Meanwhile, Remy Gardner took some encouraging steps forward today in France as he bounces back from his ankle injury. The young Australian completed the afternoon practice in 26th after producing a confidence boosting performance in the wet and tomorrow he intends to make a further step up aboard the Mistral 610.

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GP05 France Le Mans 2017

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Resolute Tech3 duo persevere to finish tricky Spanish GP

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Tech3 Racing Team rider Remy Gardner pushed through the pain to complete his first Moto2 race of the year as he bravely finished the challenging round four fight in 22nd despite his heavily injured ankle. The young Australian began from the head of the tenth row of the grid and progressed throughout the race before he met the chequered flag, as he showed admirable determination. Meanwhile, Xavi Vierge’s hopes of a strong finish in front of his home fans were cruelly cut short after he was involved in a multi-rider collision at turn six on the second lap whilst dicing near the front of the field. After the incident, the Spanish rider returned to the pits and rejoined the race but he was eventually forced to retire on the 16th lap.

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Rapid Vierge equals best qualifying result today in Jerez – Gardner remains determined despite tough day

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Xavi Vierge produced a mature and impressive display today as he set his fastest time on his third lap which sealed a starting position at the front of the third row of the grid. The temperature increased as the session progressed and this affected the grip levels, but the young Spaniard’s early time saw him qualify only 0.354 back from the head of the second row. Tomorrow he intends to fight to a fourth consecutive top ten finish this year in front of his home crowd. Whilst the injured Remy Gardner endured a challenging day in Andalucía after falling twice in the hot 45-minute practice. The young Australian’s qualifying performance will see him start from the 10th row of the grid as he resolutely looks on to tomorrow.

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GP04 Spain Jerez 2017

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Superb start to Home GP for Vierge – Gardner powers through the pain

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Xavi Vierge kick-started the round four fight by speeding to 3rd at the end of the opening day of action in Andalucía. Rain soaked the track in the morning practice, but Vierge battled against the tricky conditions to finish 7th. Then, in the afternoon, the asphalt dried and the Spaniard built up his pace before setting his personal best as the chequered flag dropped. Meanwhile, Remy Gardner, who is bravely contesting the Spanish Grand Prix despite still suffering from a severe ankle injury, produced a valiant effort to complete the second practice in 29th.

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Rapid Vierge speeds to 9th in Americas GP – Luckless Simon hit on opening lap

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Xavi Vierge clinched his third top ten finish of the 2017 World Championship after producing a mature and accomplished ride in Austin, Texas today. The fired up 19 year old launched forward from 12th on the grid and jumped up four places by the close of the first lap. He then ran a formidable pace around the gruelling circuit throughout the 19 lap sprint, before eventually meeting the chequered flag in 9th. The result marks a positive finish to what was a testing weekend for the Spaniard, who notably sits in 5th in the championship standings.

Meanwhile, Julian Simon, who stood in for the injured Remy Gardner, suffered misfortune as his race finished at the first turn on the opening lap after he was taken out by Stefano Manzi. The Tech3 Racing Team would like to thank Julian Simon for his efforts over the Americas Grand Prix weekend.

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Vierge to bolt forward from 12th on the grid – Confident Simon qualifies on row 7

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Xavi Vierge and Julian Simon produced two solid efforts in the qualifying shootout at the gruelling Circuit of The Americas and will contest tomorrow’s Grand Prix battle from the fourth and seventh rows respectively. Xavi Vierge endured a testing time today but notably powered through the issues to set a positive lap time on his 12th lap out of 15 that saw him finish only 0.177 back from the second row. Whilst Julian Simon, who is standing in for the injured Tech3 rider Remy Gardner, continued to learn the Mistral 610 and qualified with a positive time that was 0.386 behind his teammate. Both riders aim to undertake rocket starts tomorrow and then conclude the fight, which begins at 12:20 local time, or 19:20 in Europe, with two strong results.

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