Maverick Viñales had been touted for greatness even before that sensational last corner of the last lap of the final Grand Prix of the 2013 season where he edged first over the finish line ahead of rivals Alex Rins and the late Luis Salom to claim the Moto3 World Championship. Maverick has been on the ‘fast track’ most of his career; spending just three terms in Grand Prix’s ‘junior’ class and one year in Moto2 before leaping head first into a MotoGP factory ride where he continued a dizzying ascent that could soon see him firmly rival fellow Catalan Marc Marquez as the current and future powerhouse of the sport. A peak of speed, knowledge, experience and technical support has been swiftly reached and #25, a keen motocrosser, has all the tools to become yet another Spanish sensation in the sport.
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2015Best Rookie Award in MotoGP
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