Red Bull, partnered by KTM on Saturday staged a big welcome home party for Sandro Cortese, the first ever Moto3 GP World Champion. The tiny German town of Berkheim (population 2500) came alive as Sandro’s fans poured in to swell the population to around 10,000 and to give him a reception he will never forget.
Cortese won the title with two rounds in hand riding the KTM Moto3 machine in the Austrian manufacturer’s first year back in Moto GP competition. While KTM is no stranger to world...Read Full Story
Sandro Cortese take his victory on the Sepang Moto3 race after a fantastic battle against the local rider Zulfahmi Khairuddin and Aspar's Jonas Folger. This victory also put Sandro Cortese as the new Moto3 World Champion.A simple celebration from Sandro Cortese a moment after he pass finish line. The team mechanic put a #1 on Cortese's bike. His parent comes to him, and give a big hug.Cortese also tears the flag of his symbol, from #11 to #1 as a symbolic for number one rider on the Moto3...Read Full Story
Sandro Cortese got more confidence for his first season Moto2 on next 2013 after did a succesful test at Almeria. Cortese did 45 laps and set 1:42.7 on his best lap. Cortese will rider for Intact GP on 2013 Moto2 class.Sandro Cortese:"The first day went really well. I felt better after every lap, with each turn. It was primarily about getting to know this 600-cc motorcycle. My confidence got better from lap to lap. It is really fun to work with this bike, even in comparison to Moto3. You need...Read Full Story
Sandro Cortese of Germany and the Red Bull KTM Ajo Factory Racing Team won the first ever Moto3 World Championship title on Sunday at the Malaysian Grand Prix to write another chapter in KTM’s successful history of always being Ready to Race.
Cortese slipped past KTM teammate Zulfahmi Khairuddin in the final stages of the last lap to take the race and the title, even though he only needed a podium finish to settle the championship. Jonas Folger of Germany on the Kalex-KTM was third. There...Read Full Story
The Red Bull KTM Ajo team celebrated a three-way podium in the final race of the inaugural Moto3 GP season in Valencia Spain on Sunday with Danny Kent of Britain stealing victory from teammate and World Champion Sandro Cortese in the final corner and Zulfahmi Khairuddin, who also set a lap record, in third.
Moto3 GP finished the season as it had begun with plenty of drama right down to the wire. With the championship already in Cortese’s bag it might have been just another out in on the...Read Full Story
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