We see the Dutch racer grab his third place in debut virtual Moto2 races in Jerez. NTS RW Racing GP’s Bo Bendsneyder comes out of the race, tasting the sweet victory, in Moto2 races for the first time in his career. Though he virtually present in the Michelin Virtual British Grand Prix. The Dutch player began from the pole position. He went on with a lightning start and never turned back a look. He easily took the checkered flag from new players like ONEXOX TKKR SAG Team’s Kasma Daniel and FlexBox HP40’s Hector Garzo. There was a lot of drama as well.
We saw Augusto Fernandez crash down straight by hitting into Daniel. It seemed the Malaysian came in some lag. The same with Daniel led Garzo to crash a few laps later. Thus, he was left with no place to after the machine lays dead in the middle of the track, making him go for the third place. There seems no mistakes coming from Bendsnyder, who clearly stole the victory with an eight-second cut to the line, past Daniel. We saw SKY Racing Team VR46’s driver Marco Bezzecchi settling in for the sixth place
Down the grid, we saw Nicolo Bulega (Federal Oil Gresini Moto2) landing in for seventh place. And Moto2 World Championship leader Tetsuta Nagashima (Red Bull KTM Ajo) ending for the eighth. Stefano Manzi (MV Agusta Forward Racing) came as the final finisher in the ninth. This was as Petronas Sprinta Racing’s Xavi Vierge was unable to finish the race. As his internet dropped out halfway through the six-lap race.