The Pilot Amv Jonathan Barragan Gets The Medal Bronze In The Supercross Solidarity Of Madrid

Posted by jacob on May 8, 2014 under news | Comments are off for this article

More than 5,000 fans attended, yesterday, to the Palace of the sports of the community of Madrid which hosted the 19th edition of the solidary Supercross. The most important figures of world Motocross, among them the insurer of motorcycles and quads AMV Jonathan Barragan pilot, got large doses of emotions to an audience completely entregado.2.000 cubic metres of Earth that covered the Palace of sports, over one hundred trucks of Earth used for the mounting and 30 containers strategically placed in the circuit, which formed the basis of the jumpsthey are some representative data that show the magnitude of the event. The 19th edition of the competition saw 12 of the best drivers in this discipline are vying for precious throne solidarity after performing 2 sleeves of 12 laps each. The pilot AMV Jonathan Barragan, who was the runner-up in the last edition, had to settle for the third position final. Josh Hill Californian pilot was second while that gold medal the current world champion took her from MX2 Marvin Musquin. The AMV pilot, could not shine in the first two rounds, despite being very comfortable with his new mount.

Later, in a Face to Face of the most exciting, Barragan, Florien Richie, Josh Hill, Joan Cros, Manu Rivas, Maxime Lesage, Marvin Musquin and Carlos Campano faced by couples in sinuous Madrid circuit. The purpose of the event was basically, raise funds for the Association of spinal cord injuries and great physical Madrid handicapped (ASPAYM-Madrid) and the charitable foundation by a smile in Africa. Part of the money raised from the solidary Supercross XIX, will go towards the purchase of vehicles adapted for disabled people and projects of cooperation and development in the African continent. Jonathan Barragan (Kawasaki, Supercross rated third in Madrid): has been a duel exciting despite not having much luck in the first two rounds. Josh Hill and Marvin Musquin have been fantastic, I congratulate them because they have been piloted in wonder. The base, from which the event was created has a solidarity purpose to which we must support. I think that the different associations, sponsors and the community of Madrid, are building a path of long-haul, of vital importance for those who need it most. For our part, we are delighted to be able to contribute our grain of sand to the project.

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