Red Bull KTM Ajo Team wants to finish the championship year with a victory in Valencia


Red Bull KTM Ajo factory team has dominated the first season of Moto3 class. The team heads as a double champion to the season finale held next weekend in Valencia, drugs Spain.
German rider Sandro Cortese won three weeks ago in Malaysia securing the championship to himself. He also finished first in previous Grand Prix in Australia taking the manufacturer´s championship to KTM.
“For sure this is a great situation and we can prepare our selves relieved for the season finale”, viagra 40mg team leader Aki Ajo says, cialis “On the other hand the situation is also a bit weird as
during the last two seasons we got used to fight for the championship in Valencia.”
Red Bull KTM Ajo Team has taken six victories out of 16 GPs. They are now aiming to have seventh in Valencia.
“We always ride for the victories only”, Ajo highlights, “The fact that we have already won the world championships doesn´t change a thing. We continue to work the normal way without doing anything differently.”
The leader appreciates the work of the whole staff of the team.
“We have an amazing group of people, who have a great spirit. Also our riders have shown in previous races that all of them have a chance to win.
Cortese, who has been on the podium for 14 times, has been a really confident rider. He has gained five victories and seven pole positions.
“In Valencia I have only one aim and that´s the victory”, Cortese says, “It would be nice to finish the championship season with third consecutive victories.”
Cortese´s teammates Briton Danny Kent took his first victory in Japan and Arthur Sissis reached the podium for the first time in front of his home crowd in Australia.
Kent is sixth in championship standing and Sissis 11th.
“The whole trio has been really strong during the end of the season. We try to continue the same way in Valencia. It´s a special race on a stadium type of circuit whit a lot of crowd year after year. Valencia is the race we always eagerly wait for”, Ajo sums up.

Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana:
Friday 9th of November
09.15-09.55, 1st free practice
13.15-13.55, 2nd free practice

Saturday 10th of November
09.15-09.55, 3rd free practice
13.00-13.40, qualifying

Sunday 11th of November
08.40-09.00, warm up
11.00, race

Circuit info
Length: 4.005 m./2,489 miles
Width: 12m
Left corners: 9
Right corners: 5
Longest straight: 876 m./0,544 miles
Constructed: 1999