Barcelona vibrates with Superprestigio

Marc Márquez beats American Jared Mees in a thrilling Superfinal
9.000 spectators lived an incredible show in the St Jordi Arena

Marc Márquez has won the second edition of Superprestigi Dirt Track in a thrilling Superfinal. AMA Grand National winner Jared Mees finished 3 tenths behind the Spaniard, with US rider Kenny Noyes completing the podium.

Márquez got to the Superfinal after having imposed in 3 of the 4 finals in Superprestigio Class, while Jared Mees left no hostages in all 3 Finales in the Open Class. Both were a class in their own in this Second edition of the Superprestigio Dirt Track, in a packed Arena with over 9000 thousand spectators.

What they said:

Marc Márquez: “I’m happy and I’ve enjoyed all the way! I want to that all my fellow riders for putting such a show together and make it possible for the second edition. The best new today was to know that Brad (Baker) was OK at the end after his accident. This Event had a lot of media attention and the public in the grandstands were very generous. I was a little bit nervous before the Superfinal because I knew Jared Mees was really fast, but I’m happy and relieved now. I have improved my technique in this track because last year I notice that Brad was using different settings that my team and I have applied for this edition”.

Jared Mees: “I’m so grateful to everybody in the organisation and Marquez for the invitation. Thanks for making this possible and let me visit Barcelona as my first overseas flight! For sure I want to be in next year!”.

Kenny Noyes: “It has been such an incredible Season. And this Event has had massive media coverage. I’m very grateful to RPM Racing. I want to return next year and achieve the victory because today these two guys were just so fast! I ‘ve had very little time to practice in my new bike, so for next year I’ll be ready!”.

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