Can Öncü, who is the youngest Moto3 World Championship racing driver, and who came first in his first ride as a pilot, said he wants to be successful next season.
Can, who won the Red Bull MotoGP Cup Rookies Cup, won the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup for the final race of the Ricardo Tormo season in Valencia, Spain.
Pot, Ricardo Tormo on a circuit in a statement to reporters: "It was incredible, very happy and happy, I'm in the best team, I want to thank everyone, I want to repeat this success in the coming season." in the form of. I can say he felt very tense and happy at the end of the race: "We made a good trip, then we had a good rhythm, we had a good feeling, I decided to be ambitious when I saw Marco Bezzecchi and Tony Arbolino fallen The last tour was a complete madness, but it was perfect for me. "He commented.
Born July 26, 2003 (15 years and 115 days), Can Öncü recorded the youngest competitor in Moto3 history, owned by Scott Redding for 15 years and 170 days. Redding made his debut record in 2008 on the 125cc race in the UK in Donington Park.
Can was also the first driver to win the first Japanese contest at Noburu Ueda in Japan, which won the Japanese race in 1991.