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US News WSBK Barcelona FT3: Yamaha and Ducati on the front, no Kawasaki in the top 6

12:30  18 september  2021
12:30  18 september  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Toprak Razgatlioglu führte wie im FT2 die Wertung an © Motorsport Images Toprak Razgatlioglu led as in the FT2 the rating at

Yamaha Werkspilot Toprak Razgatlioglu, the WSBK event in Barcelona has the best time in the third free Training secured ( to the FT3 result ). The World Cup leaders Yamaha brand colleague Garrett Gerlof on position two. Ducati Pilot Scott Redding became third. The top 3 layers within a half-tenth second.

Already on Friday, World Cup Leader Toprak Razgatlioglu was the fastest driver with a 1: 42.369 round. This time was undercut in the FT3 of nine drivers. In the meantime, BMW Pilot was Tom Sykes and Yamaha Pilot Garrett Gerloff. Finally, the best time went to Toprak Razugglioglu, who rounded the course in 1: 41.781 minutes.

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The same three Yamaha pilots presented themselves on Saturday morning in top form. Only 0.037 seconds behind TOPRAK RAZGATLIOGLU was Garrett Gerloff in second place. Andrea Locatelli had a fifth of only 0.192 seconds behind.

Both factory-Ducatis in the top 4

The Ducati plant duo pushed between the three Yamahas. Scott Redding succeeded in the final phase of the leap into the top 3. The Brit remained inconspicuous in FT3 long time. And Ducati teammate Michael Ruben Rinaldi also achieved a significant improvement in the final attempt. Redding was finally only 0.051 seconds back, Rinaldi had 0.132 seconds behind.

Tom Sykes brought BMW into the top 6 and was located with 0.232 seconds behind the point of stroke distance to the top. BMW teammate Michael van der Mark landed on the ninth position. Jonas Folger (Bonovo-BMW) ended the FT3 on the 14th position.

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Schrecksegest for Kawasaki Pilot Alex Lowes

The two factory Kawasakis did not come across the positions in the FT3 and eight beyond. Alex Lowes experienced a shock decor when he collided with Christophe Ponsson (Gil-Yamaha), which was sagging slowly. Lowes was very lucky that he did not fall too. With 0.266 second residue, Lowes was seventh. Team College Rea was 0.389 seconds as a eighth.

Honda pilot Leon Haslam completed the top 10 and was faster than HRC teammate Alvaro Bautista, who leaned behind Geeleven-Ducati-Pilot Chaz Davies on position twelve.

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