The Yamaha MS Racing WorldSSP300 Supported Team rider has enjoyed a strong Jerez weekend from the start, building his pace during free practice before turning in a superb performance in Superpole to qualify second and secure a front row start for today's 10-lap race.
All five of the Yamaha bLU cRU class of 2020 secured their grid slots for the race by qualifying inside the top 30, avoiding the uncertainty of the infamous WorldSSP300 Last Chance Race.
From the start, both Orradre and Biblion Motoxracing Yamaha WorldSSP300 Supported Team rider Bahattin Sofuoglu were sat comfortably in the lead group, but while Sofuoglu was having to battle to maintain position, Orradre was able to take advantage of his superior pace to make a break and start pulling away from the battle for the remaining podium positions.
His pursuers never saw him again, and the Yamaha MS Racing rider placed his R3 GYTR kitted bike on the top step of the podium. Meanwhile Sofuoglu managed to avoid an incident at Turn 7, that claimed two riders in the closing stages, to finish a creditable sixth and his Biblion Motoxracing Yamaha teammate Alvaro Diaz made it three bLU cRU riders in the top 10 with a ninth-place finish.
Yamaha MS Racing rider Ton Kawakami narrowly missed out on the top 10, with the Brazilian crossing the line in 11th position, while Alan Kroh was unfortunate to finish just outside the points in 16th.
The Yamaha bLU cRU youngsters have it all to do again tomorrow, with WorldSSP300 Race 2 scheduled to be contested over 10 laps, with lights out at 15.15 CEST.
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