Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 Moto3 to close 2019 season with Valencian GP

Estrella Galicia 0,0 Moto3 riders Alonso Lopez and Sergio Garcia Dols, take on the final event of the 2019 Moto3 World Championship season this weekend: The Valencian Grand Prix at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.
Garcia Dols will bring his rookie season to a close at a track at which he has plenty of experience, and off the back of his sensational first World Championship podium at Sepang. Lopez is ready to put the Malaysian GP behind him after suffering a crash in the race there.
The first Free Practice session will start on Friday at 9am local time, with the race scheduled for Sunday at 11am.
ALONSO LÓPEZ – “I hope to end the year with a great result”
Alonso Lopez arrives in Valencia off a heavy crash at the penultimate race of the season in Malaysia, where he was riding in the lead group before a collision with the prone bike of another rider.
Last year at Valencia the Spaniard dislocated his shoulder in the warmup, but took the start in the race and completed the opening lap in fifth place. He would crash shortly after, but remounted in a show of grit and determination, before a second incident  that forced him to retire from the race.
“Fortunately I have been able to recover from the pain I had after the fall in Malaysia, so I hope to feel in top form when I get onto the bike at Valencia. I am very motivated after all the work I have done with my crew at the last few races and I hope to finish the year with a great result.”
SERGIO GARCÍA – “We won’t stop fighting”
The Estrella Galicia 0,0 Moto3 rookie enjoyed a fantastic race in Malaysia, finishing with a second position that earned him his first World Championship podium.
At Valencia he completes the season at a track where he has previous experience. Last year, when riding in the FIM CEV Repsol, he won two of the four races held at the Ricardo Tormo track.
“I have been able to rest a little after how hard the flyaways were. In Valencia we must continue working in the same way and not get overconfident about the fact that we know the track, since the other riders are very fast there and have also ridden in Valencia before. It might be less tricky this time, but We won’t stop fighting. I used to get nervous about riding in front of my family and friends at Valencia, but that doesn’t happen to me anymore; I hope to achieve a good result.”
Grand Prix Schedule
FP1: 9am
FP2: 1:15pm
FP3: 9am
Q1: 12:35pm
Q2: 1pm
WARM UP: 8:20am
RACE: 11am