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US News Moto3 Aragon 2: Back-to-back pole for Raul Fernandez

16:15  24 october  2020
16:15  24 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Skip to main content. 2020 Teruel Moto 3 Grand Prix, Aragon - Free Practice ( 2 ) Results. Kömmerling Gresini Moto 3 . (Honda). 1m 58.080s. 2 . Raul Fernandez . SPA. Red Bull KTM Ajo.

Raul Fernandez wird auch das zweite Aragon-Rennen von der Pole starten © Motorsport Images Raul Fernandez will also start the second Aragon race from pole

As in the previous week, Raul Fernandez did qualifying for Moto3 in Aragon 2 secured the pole position. The KTM rider set a best time of 1: 57.199 minutes. He relegated Tony Arbolino (Honda) and Celestino Vietti (KTM) to second and third place.

Fernandez demonstrated his strength on the one flying lap right from the start and set the fastest time of the weekend to date, which enabled him to take the lead from a standing start. While others were still looking for a fast rear wheel, the KTM rider was completely alone, as is so often the case.

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Moto 3 ™ qualifying was as explosive as ever as the PTT Thailand Grand Prix beckons for Sunday The sun continued to shine despite threats of rain in the nearby area, making for a thrilling and Joining him on the front row is Marcos Ramirez, who was just a tenth back after firing in a late lap

Free Practice (3) results from the 2019 Aragon Moto 3 Grand Prix at MotorLand, round 14 of 19. The top 14 riders after FP3 (combined times) receive direct access to the second and final part of qualifying.

Fernandez didn't need a draft horse in the second run either to improve his own personal best. This meant that the back-to-back pole on his home track could no longer be taken from the Spaniard. For him it is the fifth pole position of the season.

Arbolino came within 0.231 seconds in the last lap and thus secured second place on the grid. Vietti completed the front row in third, 0.345 seconds back. World Championship leader Albert Arenas (KTM) had to settle for fifth place behind Gabriel Rodrigo (Honda).

The remaining top 10 places went to Ayumu Sasaki (KTM), Jaume Masia (Honda), Kaito Toba (KTM), Tatsuki Suzuki and Ai Ogura (both Honda). The current World Cup runner-up was 0.650 seconds short of Fernandez's pole time.

Qualifying went badly for John McPhee (Honda), who didn't get past 17th place and tomorrow has to line up behind names like Romano Fenati (Husqvarna / 13th) and Darryn Binder (KTM / 15th). The latter in particular is known for his comeback.

In Q1 Filip Salac (Honda), Stefano Nepa (KTM) as well as Toba and Rodrigo as the top 4 candidates of the session had advanced one lap. Niccolo Antonelli (Honda) missed the jump in Q2 in fifth by 0.259 seconds and will therefore have to start the race from 19th place tomorrow.

Things went even worse for KTM rider Andrea Migno, who only finished twelfth in Q1. That means starting position 26 for the Italian from the VR46 team. Maximilian Kofler (KTM) finished the qualifying second to last. He will start from 29th place.

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