MotoGP: Bester Capital Dubai Moto3 rider Jaume Masia awarded Rookie of the Year 2018

MotoGP: Bester Capital Dubai Moto3 rider Jaume Masia awarded Rookie of the Year 2018

Bester Capital Dubai Moto3 rider Jaume Masià is honoured as Rookie of the Year 2018 award, another milestone for the UAE team in the Moto3 World championship.

As the 2018 racing season came to an end in Valencia earlier this month, the FIM MotoGP World Championship Awards Ceremony awarded the Moto3 class, the title ‘’Rookie of the Year” went to Jaume Masia’ (KTM) rider of the Team Bester Capital Dubai, a future promise who deserved the ultimate recognition within this highly competitive class.

The young Spanish rider from Algemesí, Jaume Masià, took the Rookie honours by 11 points over his main rival, Italian Dennis Foggia of Sky VR46 team.

Masià fiercely fought to conquer his 76 points and beat the Italian rider, and by winning, repeats the accomplishment of another Valencian after 3 years, Jorge Navarro, proclaimed the best Moto3 Rookie back in 2015.

‘‘It was a very positive year for me, I gained a lot of experience and I am thrilled for season 2019 to come. It was an honour to be granted with the Best Rookie trophy and it gives me even more motivation to climb up in the ranking next year. I am thankful to my Team that supported me in every needful moment and to my family, who have always been there to boost me’’.

Masia also closes the last race in 6th position despite the difficult conditions and managing to pass under the checkered flag within the first 10 riders.

The entire Bester Capital Dubai Team now look forward to 2019 with this talented rider who left a mark during this debut season.

Bester Capital Dubai Team Moto3 team ranked overall at no 5 in the Moto3 World ranking for the year 2018.

The curtain falls on a great season for Bester Capital Dubai and ROTY rider Juame Masia

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