Lamera Cup Valencia – The first race promises to be very competitive

Qualifying for the Lamera Cup in Valencia was very close, which promises a spicy 1-hour Race 4.

Published on 08/06/2024 à 12:13

Dominique Dricot

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Lamera Cup Valencia – The first race promises to be very competitive

Okay, the Ricardo Tormo circuit, 4006 meters long, has seen others. In general, it is on this circuit erected in the arid plain of the Valencian community that the tough guys throw their last strength into a championship MotoGP breathtaking. In this type of modern amphitheater dedicated to motor sports, bikers are kings. The huge thank you panels in tribute to Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi as shown by.

But this Saturday afternoon, we also expect to experience epic fights between the best competitors in the Lamera Cup. Like the qualifications contested at aperitif time under a hot Iberian sun, the title holders aboard Lamera #1 had to work hard to overcome their rivals in car #80. Neighbors on the first row of the starting grid, these rivals do not intend to give each other any favors while respecting the rules of sportsmanship and courtesy, the basic philosophy of this monarch cup where the primary goal is to have fun.

“The four hours of racing scheduled this afternoon (between 14 and 18 p.m., Editor's note) will not be easy to master,” predicts Emmanuel Orgeval, reigning champion and king of pole in the Lamera Cup. In this part of Spain, the thermometer climbs up to 00 degrees. Which is almost like thermal shock for most of the competitors who are coming out of a rotten spring. In the passenger compartments, it should be close to 26 degrees. The end of the relays will not be easy. This is precisely what makes this cut interesting.”

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