Xavi Vierge clinched his third top ten finish of the 2017 World Championship after producing a mature and accomplished ride in Austin, Texas today. The fired up 19 year old launched forward from 12th on the grid and jumped up four places by the close of the first lap. He then ran a formidable pace around the gruelling circuit throughout the 19 lap sprint, before eventually meeting the chequered flag in 9th. The result marks a positive finish to what was a testing weekend for the Spaniard, who notably sits in 5th in the championship standings.

Meanwhile, Julian Simon, who stood in for the injured Remy Gardner, suffered misfortune as his race finished at the first turn on the opening lap after he was taken out by Stefano Manzi. The Tech3 Racing Team would like to thank Julian Simon for his efforts over the Americas Grand Prix weekend.

Xavi Vierge and Julian Simon produced two solid efforts in the qualifying shootout at the gruelling Circuit of The Americas and will contest tomorrow’s Grand Prix battle from the fourth and seventh rows respectively. Xavi Vierge endured a testing time today but notably powered through the issues to set a positive lap time on his 12th lap out of 15 that saw him finish only 0.177 back from the second row. Whilst Julian Simon, who is standing in for the injured Tech3 rider Remy Gardner, continued to learn the Mistral 610 and qualified with a positive time that was 0.386 behind his teammate. Both riders aim to undertake rocket starts tomorrow and then conclude the fight, which begins at 12:20 local time, or 19:20 in Europe, with two strong results.

The Tech3 Racing team riders wasted no time in putting in the hard work at the physically demanding Circuit of The Americas as they seek to clinch two positive results in Sunday’s 19 lap race. Xavi Vierge battled against the track in the highly competitive class and after making steps forward as the day progressed, he finished with a personal best that left him less than a second back from 2nd. Whilst Julian Simon, who is standing in for the injured Remy Gardner at this round, got his first sample of the Mistral 610. The experienced Spaniard wrapped up the day with a time that was seven-tenths behind Vierge after pushing non-stop with the Tech3 team and now he confidently looks on to tomorrow. Both riders fully intend to continue their solid efforts in FP3, which commences at 10:55 local time or 17:55 in Europe.


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