MotoGP, Spanish Grand Prix. Free practice results: 1st Quartararo, 2 Bastianini, 3rd Bagnaia

An excellent step forward from ducatismoother and decidedly more in tune with Jerez’s curves and driving its best passengers: Bajnaya And Bastianiniable to search for Quarteraro Which is still the rabbit he catches in the Spanish ring. “I found a great sensation up front and on the way – said Bagnaia –after resolving the mechanical obstruction in the morning. The shoulder annoys me a little, but it doesn’t restrict me. It feels good when you pay and everything worksWhat was missing, especially when braking and entering.”

The massive Quartararo, the other Yamahas are far

If the Desmosedici ran fastIt seems that the French Yamaha has been reborn between the curves of the Andalusian track. Quartararo seems to have sewn it on itself: smooth ride and precise trails, the bike sticks to the asphalt as if it’s on a track. On the other hand, the difference in power looks good here and the drivability of the four lines pays off. At least in his case why On the other hand, other M1s remain separate. out of ten from Franco Morbidly (XIV), still looking for a more suitable tuning, even the farthest Andrea DoviziosoTwentieth place.

Suzukis struggle in the afternoon, only Rins in the top ten

I saw like this, Looks like the first day of testing determines the Yamaha-Ducati duelprovided the Suzuki starts very well in the morning with cooler temperatures, fails to reduce the disadvantage on Saturday morning. However, Reigns finished in eighth placewhile Mir must reclaim at least two spots to reach the top ten.

Sixteen passengers in nine tenths

In the afternoon the confrontation was raging (sixteen riders in nine-tenths) and among those who rose in the morning someone found himself chasing at the last round: this applies to Alex Espargaro who shined with the fourth-fastest time in the morning, save for their dip to thirteenth in FP2. Honda in light and darkbut in general not very effective: the fifth time from Nakagami And the seventh is Paul espargaro Clash with the nineteenth of Marc Marquez It crashed in the middle of the second round (twice in a row…). The Honda Champion continues He suffers from a bike that is not as responsive as he would like his notorious aggressive driving.

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