MTHelmets-MSi excels in everything from the hand of Diogo Moreira

MTHelmets-MSi excels in everything from the hand of Diogo Moreira

the Brazilian Diogo Moreira and the Malaysian Syarifuddin Azman They were the main figures of the MT MSI team that will participate in the Moto3 World Championship, presented in the facilities of the “MSI Motor & Sport” Institute in Madrid.

Brazilian Diogo Moreira, who will be joining the MT MSI team in his second season, was very confident in his chances for the new season after being the top rookie last season and now his main goal is to be among the category leaders belong and not make too many mistakes in the form of falling.

“Last year I was confident until the injury came because I wanted to win and after I recovered it took a lot but we had a great pre-season and I would say this year we can fight to be up front and think about the championship at the end of the season,” said Moreira without hesitation.

“Öncü, Suzuki, Masiá or Sasaki, along with Rueda and the riders coming from the FIM CEV Repsol, should be our main rivals all season long,” said Moreira without hesitation about his possible rivals.

The new addition to the team, Malaysian Syarifuddin Azman “Damok”, who realized his nickname came at a very young age, when he was clearly overweight and all his friends called him “fat” meaning in Malay, without ever lose the smile.

“During the pre-season we prepared ourselves physically and mentally for this new challenge, where we hope to stay in the top flight as long as possible but without shooting and possibly become the best rookie of the season,” he said. , with the exception of Malaysian pilots to hesitate.

Moreira and Azman are not the only representatives of the team, as Spaniards Pedro Acosta, 2021 Moto3 World Champion and Sergio García Dols, 2022 Moto3 World Champion, also have some support from the Spanish helmet manufacturer MT, making them the main Spanish reference in women’s motocross , Gabriela Seisdedos, nine times Spanish champion of this specialty.

The first to step in was Gabriela Seisfinger, who dispelled doubts about her continuity by guaranteeing: “As long as I go and keep feeling competitive, I will continue in the league, especially if I have the support of sponsors like those of this team. ”

Seisdedos was part of the women’s team that was crowned Motocross Champion of Nations for the first time in its category, a milestone much appreciated by the rider who recognized her specialty “very physical and technical and a modality with many external factors in which it is difficult is to win, but with good support it becomes much easier, but the goal will always be better than what has been achieved so far ».

Source: La Neta Neta