Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 Moto3 enter final stage of the season with European Grand Prix in Valencia

Estrella Galicia 0,0 riders Sergio Garcia Dols and Ryusei Yamanaka face the thirteenth round of the Moto3 World Championship season this weekend, taking on the European Grand Prix at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo. One week later, the Valencian Grand Prix will be held at the same track.
Garcia Dols returns to the track at which he achieved his first Grand Prix win last year, with Yamanaka determined to give his all in the final stages of his rookie season in the World Championship.
The first Free Practice session will take place on Friday at 9am, with the race scheduled for Sunday at 11am.
Sergio García Dols (17th in the World Championship with 37 points)
The Spanish rider will participate in a double-header of races at his home circuit over the coming fortnight, and has a strong connection with the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.
Last year Garcia Dols went directly into Q2 with fifth place on the combined Free Practice timesheets. In the final qualifying session he repeated the position, and went on to surprise everyone on race day with a magnificent first victory in the Moto3 World Championship.
“I come to Valencia with high expectations, since at the last race in Aragon we found an overall setup with which I was able to put in a great performance. This is a good thing and I hope that, together with my improved riding, it will contribute to two good weekends in Valencia.”
Ryusei Yamanaka (24th in the World Championship with 13 points)    
Ryusei Yamanaka comes into the first of the two rounds in Valencia in the final stage of a season of learning in the World Championship. in which he has scored points on different occasions as well as getting into Q2 -sometimes directly and sometimes through Q1.    
The Japanese rider has previous experience at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo, since last year he took part in four races there in his time as a rider for Junior Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 in the FIM CEV Repsol. He achieved two fourth places and a victory in Valencia in 2019.
“I really like the layout of the Valencia circuit and I even got my first victory in the FIM CEV Repsol there. I am very motivated and I hope to adapt to the track conditions from the first Free Practice, so that I can do my best on Sunday in the race.”
Grand Prix Schedule
FP1: 9am
FP2: 1:15pm
FP3: 9am
Q1: 12:35pm
Q2: 1pm
WARM UP: 8:40am
RACE: 11am