Petrucci record with Rossi and Maverick out of Q2

The Ducati has repeated leadership in the FP3 ahead of Márquez and debacle in the official box Yamaha, obiligados to the Q1 while his satellites Quartararo and Moribidelli will save it.


The lowering of temperature through the clouds in the new asphalt of Ángel Nieto de Jerez has brought spectacular times in the FP3 of the GP of Spain for MotoGP. Petrucci has repeated at the front of the timesheet, again just ahead of Márquez, and done it by pulverizing the record of the track that Crutchlow had for 696 thousandths, which is a lot and speaks well of resurfacing. The managers of Silverstone could already take note ...

The third free session of the weekend was a simulation of qualification, because 17 minutes from the end the red flag appeared and that brought a last quarter of an hour with a lot of positions. . The reason was the fall of Crutchlow in turn 9 (Nieto), after which his Honda hit an airfence that lost air and had to be repaired.

In the resumption, debacle in the Yamaha official box, which they saw with impotence as Rossi and Maverick was without direct access to Q2 and will be forced to go through the purgatory of Q1 to be out of the top ten places. The Italian has been eleventh and the Spanish, fifteenth. And that contrasts, and much, with the great results of their satellites, because Quartararo finished third and Morbidelli, ninth. The Petronas Yamaha SRT are the only drivers on the grid, together with Márquez, who have managed to enter directly into Q2 in the four GGPP we have this year.

In the Andalusian route the passage through Q1, Petrucci, will be avoided. Márquez (just 0.061 from the Italian), Quartararo (already at 0.275), Dovizioso, Mir, Rins, Nakagami, Crutchlow, Morbidelli and Lorenzo, who turns 32 today and is seen with a very good rhythm.

In addition to Rossi and Maverick , will also look for a gap between the first two places of the repechage Pol (13º), Aleix (14º) and Rabat (18º) .



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