Both BOÉ Motorsports riders were among the best on Friday and Saturday. In Q2, Kelso was fifth and Muñoz eighth

BOÉ Motorsports is not slowing down and continues to show the great form it is in. The Spanish team finished Saturday’s Grand Prix of the Americas on a high note with both of its riders among the fastest in the Moto3 class.

In this third Grand Prix of the season, for the third time in a row, the two BOÉ Motorsports riders went straight into Q2 after some very promising practices. On Friday, in the first free practice, David Muñoz started strongly with a fourth position and, although Joel Kelso was fifteenth, in both Friday and Saturday practice before qualifying the two BOÉ Motorsports riders were always among the most competitive.

In fact, in the combined practice qualifying, both David and Joel set times better than the circuit record. Specifically, Joel Kelso was second fastest with a time of 2:14.537 and David Muñoz fifth (2:14.594).

In Q2 the two riders of the team directed by José Ángel Gutiérrez Boé were also really competitive and, once again, both qualified in the top ten of the Moto3 class: Joel Kelso was fifth (2:14.800) and David Muñoz eighth (2:15.015).

Joel Kelso: “We are happy with the second row. We are not in a bad position at all, we are with the front riders and we worked really well during all the practice sessions yesterday and today. I feel good, I feel strong, I think we can do well tomorrow because we are ready and we are showing in this first part of the championship that we can fight for everything.”

David Muñoz:“We are having a good weekend. I lacked confidence with the new bike this year, but little by little we are getting better and better. I think we are giving our best together and that is very important, something that is making us get to the top. It was a good Q2, I was going very fast, but in the last two corners the front of the bike closed and I lost a lot, but we are there, tomorrow we will have a good race. Thank you very much to the team for their work and to everyone who supports me”.

Tomorrow’s Moto3 race at the Circuit of The Americas will start at 6 PM in Spain and at 11 AM in Austin.

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