The pilot AMV Toni Elias scored, today, his seventh victory of the season at the Twin Ring Motegi circuit. From Manresa, opening a new page in the history of motorcycling, it would proclaim champion of the Moto2 world in Malaysia, next week, if finish ahead of Julian Simon. The pilot AMV Toni Elias has today achieved an extraordinary victory in which has been the fourteenth race of the season held in the circuit of Motegi in Japan. Elias has dominated with authority, from beginning to end, thanks in part to a large output, which has aupado in the highest classification since the beginning of the Japanese test. In initial compasses, the AMV has had to control the insistent attacks of Julian Simon, Yuki Takahashi local hero, and the British Scott Redding. With the passage of the laps, Elias has been able to print a hellish pace that only Julian Simon has been able to continue, but without disturb you in no time. The AMV pilot showed more satisfied than ever after achieving its seventh victory, this time on his Moriwaki frame house and in front of the followers of Shoya Tomizawa.

The pilot AMV will seek next week make the Moto2 world champion title in the second race of the triplet of consecutive tests. Toni Elias, pilot AMV Hispania, leader of the general with 249 points: we are very pleased with today’s race. We have achieved a well-deserved, but also unexpected triumph here at Motegi, in house of Moriwaki and in front of the fans of Shoya Tomizawa, who I want to dedicate this victory. We knew that Julian would be very strong but I managed to maintain a pace of very interesting career. After this race, our goal is closer, but I don’t want to think about it, and I will leave in Malaysia with the same mentality of always.

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