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MotoGp: Quartararo immediately fast, disappoints Bagnaia

2022-08-05T19:30:32.542Z

Well Aprilia and Suzuki too, Zarco the best on Ducati (ANSA) Even on the day of returning to school, the top of the class hardly gets caught unprepared and so did Fabio Quartararo on Friday free practice at the Silverstone circuit, where the world championship resumed the season after the summer break. The leader of the rider classification, riding the Yamaha M1, was the fastest ever between the two sessions, the only one to go under the 1'59 "wall with his



Even on the day of returning to school, the top of the class hardly gets caught unprepared and so did Fabio Quartararo on Friday free practice at the Silverstone circuit, where the world championship resumed the season after the summer break.

The leader of the rider classification, riding the Yamaha M1, was the fastest ever between the two sessions, the only one to go under the 1'59 "wall with his 1'58" 946.

If it is true that Quartararo in the race will have the 'long lap' penalty, certainly no one can call him out of the challenge for the victory, from which at the moment only Francesco Bagnaia seems far away, only eleventh with the official Ducati and forced to go back to third. free to avoid the embarrassment of the repair exams in Q1.

The fast English track was impartial towards the various manufacturers, so much so that Joan Mir's Suzuki, 154 thousandths behind, the Aprilia of Maverick Vinales (+177) and the Ducati Pramac of Johann Zarco (+188).

First in the doubling is Aprilia, with Aleix Espargaro fifth, two tenths behind the Frenchman and eager to take advantage of the advantage in the race to shorten the gap in the standings.

Sixth time for Miguel Oliverira's KTM (+0.217), after which Alex Rins (Suzuki), Enea Bastianini (Ducati Gresini) - whose Desmisedici sported a double pair of fins on the tail the moment more scenographic than effective -, Jack Miller (Ducati), also protagonist of a fall without consequences, and Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati VR46).

A disappointing Friday for Bagnaia, who was unable to find the right feeling either with the medium or soft tires and who will have to do much better tomorrow if he wants to fight for the top positions.

The 'no' moment of the increasingly orphaned Honda of Marc Marquez continues.

His brother Alex traveled with a delay of more than eight tenths on Quartararo and there do not seem to be any revolutionary solutions in sight for the former queen of the World Cup.

No sharp, at least for today, by Andrea Dovizioso, after the announcement of his retirement from the races at the San Marino GP in Misano.

The Italian finished with the 19 / o time, a result more than a second slower than the leader but in line with that of Franco Morbidelli.

who has not been able to find the right feeling either with the medium tires or with the soft ones and that tomorrow he will have to do much better if he wants to fight for the top positions.

The 'no' moment of the increasingly orphaned Honda of Marc Marquez continues.

His brother Alex traveled with a delay of more than eight tenths on Quartararo and there do not seem to be any revolutionary solutions in sight for the former queen of the World Cup.

No sharp, at least for today, by Andrea Dovizioso, after the announcement of his retirement from the races at the San Marino GP in Misano.

The Italian finished with the 19 / o time, a result more than a second slower than the leader but in line with that of Franco Morbidelli.

who has not been able to find the right feeling either with the medium tires or with the soft ones and that tomorrow he will have to do much better if he wants to fight for the top positions.

The 'no' moment of the increasingly orphaned Honda of Marc Marquez continues.

His brother Alex traveled with a delay of more than eight tenths on Quartararo and there do not seem to be any revolutionary solutions in sight for the former queen of the World Cup.

No sharp, at least for today, by Andrea Dovizioso, after the announcement of his retirement from the races at the San Marino GP in Misano.

The Italian finished with the 19 / o time, a result more than a second slower than the leader but in line with that of Franco Morbidelli.

His brother Alex traveled with a delay of more than eight tenths on Quartararo and there do not seem to be any revolutionary solutions in sight for the former queen of the World Cup.

No sharp, at least for today, by Andrea Dovizioso, after the announcement of his retirement from the races at the San Marino GP in Misano.

The Italian finished with the 19 / o time, a result more than a second slower than the leader but in line with that of Franco Morbidelli.

His brother Alex traveled with a delay of more than eight tenths on Quartararo and there do not seem to be any revolutionary solutions in sight for the former queen of the World Cup.

No sharp, at least for today, by Andrea Dovizioso, after the announcement of his retirement from the races at the San Marino GP in Misano.

The Italian finished with the 19 / o time, a result more than a second slower than the leader but in line with that of Franco Morbidelli.

Source: ansa

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