Sport Moto3 Sachsenring FT3: Migno with new best time - Highsider at Rodrigo

12:25  19 june  2021
12:25  19 june  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

Moto3 in Barcelona FT2: Rodrigo on Friday before Binder The fastest

 Moto3 in Barcelona FT2: Rodrigo on Friday before Binder The fastest © Motorsport Images In the last few minutes Gabriel Rodrigo set the fastest round Gabriel Rodrigo (Honda) marked the best time in the second Moto3 training for the Grand Prix of Catalonia. With 1: 47.950 minutes, the Argentine drove on the changed layout (converted curve 10) of the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya new round record. After the morning training was calm, it came to incidents in FT2 in the first few minutes.

Andrea Migno setzte sich im finalen Schlagabtausch am Morgen durch © Motorsport Images Andrea Migno sat in the final beat in the morning by

Honda Pilot Andrea Migno defied the heat at the Sachsenring and sat down in the third free workout of the Moto3 against the KTM competition through. He marked a new total best of 1: 26.317 minutes and referred Stefano Nepa (+0,092 seconds) and Kaito Toba (+0,142) on the places two and three.

The conditions were already highly semi-summer despite the early daytime. The air had 28 degrees, the asphalt 35 degrees. In the initial phase nobody increased to yesterday. The drivers were traveling in larger groups.

Gabriel Rodrigo caused the first incident after ten minutes. Output of the Omega curve (curve 3), the Honda pilot was dropped by high-insider and hit hard. He could only rose the accident site humping. Previously Rodrigo had still dueled pretty hard with brand colleague Migno.

Moto3 in Barcelona 2021: Sergio Garcia brings victory, cancellation at the last round

 Moto3 in Barcelona 2021: Sergio Garcia brings victory, cancellation at the last round © Motorsport Images Sergio Garcia sat downshine against Jeremy Alcoba by Sergio Garcia has taken care of for the 250th Spanish victory in the smallest class. The gas-gas driver prevailed in the turbulent Moto3 race on the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya against Jeremy Alcoba (Honda) and Deniz ÖNCÜ (KTM). Pedro Acosta (KTM) was seventh. His World Cup lead on Garcia shrank to 39 points. The race was broken off after the target passage for an accident in the pursuit group.

To yesterday's tempo, the drivers felt only in the last quarter of an hour. The first, the John McPhees best time from Friday (1: 26.739 minutes), Tatsuki Suzuki and Kaito Toba, who benefited from the windshade Suzukis, were to push themselves to the top in the classification.

In the final phase, it came to the usual mini qualifying. The field left the pit lane to start a last time attack. Everyone puts it up again. Toba lost the lead to Migno, even Nepa pulled past him.

Jaume Masia (KTM) improved fourth place, but lost his lap time afterwards and then fell back in 15th. Suzuki moved in the fourth place. Behind him, Filip Salac, Lorenzo Fellon, Dennis Foggia, McPhee (all Honda), Sergio Garcia (gas gas) and Romano Fenati (Husqvarna).

The last Q2 direct areas went to Izan Guevara (Gas Gas), Xavier Artigas (Honda), World Cup Leader Pedro Acosta (KTM) and Niccolo Antonelli (KTM). Rodrigo could not increase the bike after his fall and was passed down to rank 18. Adrian Fernandez (Husqvarna) crashed in the final phase.

directly for Q2:

Andrea Migno (Honda)

Steafon Nepa (KTM)

Kaito Toba (KTM)

Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda)

Filip Salac (Honda)

Lorenzo Fellon (Honda)

Dennis Foggia (Honda)

John McPhee (Honda)

Sergio Garcia (gas gas)

Romano Fenati (Husqvarna)

Izan Guevara (Gasgas)

Xavier Artigas (HONDA)

Pedro Acosta (KTM)

Niccolo Antonelli (KTM)

moto2 in aces ft3: fall and best time for Raul Fernandez, Schrötter on P13 .
© Motorsport Images Raul Fernandez sat on Saturday morning to the top Kalex pilot Raul Fernandez has secured the best time in the third free training of the Moto2 in ASSen . The Spanish Moto2 rookie circulated the course in 1: 36,511 minutes and was almost two tenths of a second than VR46 pilot Marco Bezzecchi (Kalex). completely smoothly ran the FT3 for sensational rookie Raul Fernandez but not. The Ajo pilot crashed in the FT3 in Kurve 3, but remained unhurt.

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