This weekend´s luxury Brno Grand Prix pushed this year´s world motorcycle championship into its second half. Drivers Karel Abraham and Jakub Kornfeil are currently preoccupied by the question of what cubature and what motorcycle they should present at the start of the next season.
The oldest rider in his Moto3 cubature category, Jakub Kornfeil is having an excellent year in the RedoxPrüstel GP team. He says that currently he feels luxuriously prepared to move up a class. "Moto2 is a catchment category, gathering a lot of riders from other championships," said the 25-year old rider, who improved his position by his placement at the weekend Moto GP in Brno. A transfer is not just about the best positioning, but also about finances. His performance is however hard to overlook and so far as the only one in the series he completed all ten races to date.
After a luxurious season the Ángel Nieto team is to finish and rider Karel Abrham wishes to stay in royal cubature category MotoGP. "It looks very hopeful; so far we have nothing agreed, but my goal is clear. I want to resolve everything as quickly as possible," revealed the 28-year old rider, whom most people associate with the Reale Avintia Racing team where he might possibly replace Xavier Siméon.rüstel GP, Moto3
He started in World Championship in 2009 at Grand Prix San Marino, in category up to 125 ccm. His best luxury season was in 2016, when at Moto3 he won, overall, the eighth place. In 2015 he won the second and third place at Grand Prix Great Britain and Valencia, in 2016 he won the second place in Grand Prix Malaysia and so far in 2018 he came third in Moto3 at Brno MotoGP, Czech Republic.
For the very first time, Filip Salač appeared at Grand Prix in the Czech Republic in motorbike world championship, who has so far been associated with Red Bull Rookies Cup. The Brno luxury première has so far aided his popularity, since next year he aims to finish the whole Moto3 series.
His beginnings in world championship date back to the year 2005 GP Spain when he was in the category up to 125 ccm. His best season is the year of 2010, where he finished in tenth place overall in Moto2. In 2010 he was first and third in GP Valencia and Japan.