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Friday, January 27, 2023

Bautista receives award for consistency

Álvaro Bautista Arce, 37, has become the second Spanish world champion in the superbike category, after Carlos Checa Carrera achieved a similar sporting milestone in 2011 and the contrasts of life with the same motorcycle brand, Ducati.

The title achieved by the natural pilot from the city of Talavera de la Reina is the second of his sporting career, as sixteen years ago, the little pilot was declared 125cc world champion at the hands of Aprilia and Jorge Martínez. “Aspar” team.

But things haven’t been smooth sailing for Bautista, who after being declared world champion in 125cc tried his luck in both 250cc, where his best result was a world runner-up in the same hands in 2008. Aspar’s team, to “jump” on MotoGP immediately.

Talavera at Bautista’s reception for his 125cc world title in September 2006 © Manu RenaultHis time in MotoGP lasted nine seasons, being the first architect of the development for manufacturer Suzuki as well as the Aprilia Prototype developed a few years later, but he also rode motorcycles in the category for Honda and Ducati. An intense and long race, however, did not yield the reward of winning.

After a few attempts, Alvaro Bautista decided to make the jump to the Superbike World Championship at the hands of Ducati, with whom, with the first change in 2019, he was on the verge of winning the world title with a whirlwind start. This led him to achieve ten consecutive wins and 24 podiums for a total of 16 throughout the year, but a “decline in performance” in the final third of the season saw him finish second behind Northern Irishman Jonathan Rea.

The season ended with much tension between the rider and the Italian team, leading Alvaro Bautista to accept an offer to become an official rider for the Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) team for the next two seasons, 2020 and 2021, so that they Can come back For Ducati again in 2022.

A season in which, without achieving a 2019 victory, he managed to be more regular and dominant, despite criticism from some rivals who pointed to his apparent advantage in height and weight to gain more performance from his Ducati Panigale. Huh. V4R.

But ignoring the criticism of some of his rivals, Álvaro Bautista Arce managed to bring his second world title to the city of Talavera de la Reina, sixteen years later and eleven years since it was achieved for the first and only time. Another Spaniard, Carlos Cech.

Álvaro Bautista never gave up, he kept fighting and, in the end, he achieved the goal of becoming world champion again, for which he has been fighting “stubbornly” and steadfastly for twenty years.

The Superbike World Championship kicks off in Australia next weekend. Regardless of the significance for Talaverano, since he has the world title in his pocket, he will always have fond memories of Phillip Island, where he was declared 125cc world champion in 2006. Spain.

On the other hand, in addition to many congratulations from the fans, he has also received congratulations from the president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Paez, as well as from the mayor, Tita García Alez.

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