Lorenzo Dalla Porta1997-06-22 (age 23)
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Lorenzo Dalla Porta, the current leader of the Moto3 points standings, will step up to Moto2 next season with the Italtrans squad.
Tony Arbolino scored his maiden grand prix victory on home soil at Mugello after drafting past Lorenzo Dalla Porta on the run to the finish line at the end of a pulsating Moto3 race.
Leopard Racing's Lorenzo Dalla Porta took his maiden Moto3 victory on home soil in a crazy Misano race involving a violent five-rider pile-up and Marco Bezzecchi crashing from the lead.
Mahindra Aspar riders enjoyed a competitive outing in qualifying for the Austrian Moto3 round, with both Lorenzo Dalla Porta and Albert Arenas securing a spot on the seventh row of the grid.
Mahindra Aspar endured a difficult qualifying session at the Brno Circuit in the Czech Republic, with neither of the squad’s two riders finishing inside the top 20.
Mahindra Moto3 boss Mufaddal Choonia was full of praise of CIP’s Marco Bezzecchi, who finished as the top rookie in Barcelona.
Mahindra Aspar's Lorenzo Dalla Porta was satisfied with his performance in Barcelona Moto3 qualifying after securing his best grid spot of the season.
Mahindra Racing boss Mufaddal Choonia felt his squad was “unfortunate” to miss out on a points finish in Mugello, describing the race as a “lottery.”
Mahindra Aspar rider Lorenzo Dalla Porta believes he could have qualified as high as seventh on the grid for the Mugello Moto3 race had he knitted together a perfect lap.
Mahindra Moto3 boss Mufaddal Choonia believes that his outfit’s triple points finish at Le Mans is a perfect illustration of “the growing strength of our package”.
Aspar Mahindra rider Albert Arenas was in jubilant mood after qualifying fifth for Sunday’s Moto3 race in Le Mans, France.
Mahindra says it will “continue working” to re-emerge as a top 10 Moto3 finisher after Albert Arenas secured the Indian manufacturer’s first points of the season in Jerez.
Lorenzo Dalla Porta is confident of scoring Aspar Mahindra’s first points of the season ahead of Sunday’s Moto3 race at Jerez.
Mahindra Racing CEO Mufaddal Choonia has vowed to fight back after a difficult start to the 2017 Moto3 season.
Aspar Mahindra Albert Arenas has admitted that his squad is “still a little behind everybody else”, despite gaining a chunk of time between practice and qualifying.
Lorenzo Dalla Porta is keen on scoring his and Aspar Mahindra’s first points of the season in Austin, admitting that “we haven't scored the results we expected” so far in 2017.
Mahindra Racing CEO Mufaddal Choonia is looking for areas of improvement after a difficult start to the 2017 Moto3 season.