Gardner wins the first pole of his career in Assen

Gardner had already been the fastest in the free and endorsed his hegemony in the official classification with a time of 1: 36.572, ahead of Brad Binder and Xavier Vierge of Spain.


Aussie Remy Gardner (Kalex) achieved the first "pole position" of his sports career by being the fastest in the second classification for the Dutch Grand Prix of Moto2 in the TT circuit of Assen.

Gardner had already been the faster in the free and endorsed his hegemony in the official classification with a time of 1: 36.572, ahead of the South African Brad Binder (KTM) and the Spanish Xavier Vierge (Estrella Galicia 0'0 Kalex), and the leader of the world , the also Spanish Alex Márquez (Estrella Galicia 0'0 Kalex), in the fourth position.

Who was the initial leader of the championship, the Italian Lorenzo Baldasarri (Kalex), pupilo of the team of the Spanish Sito Pons, had almost the obligation to pass to the second classification after some bad training and therefore left willing to get a record as soon as possible giving him access to it.

Date and make or. In the third lap Baldasarri stopped his best time in 1: 37.030, his best time of the weekend with almost seven tenths of a second improvement, pursued by the Spaniard Jorge Navarro (Speed Up), another of the "forced" to get the qualification.

Navarro suffered a fall in the morning in which he left his motorcycle badly damaged and this prevented him from finishing the workouts despite the fact that his mechanics worked hard to try to get it, but in this first classification he did not fail and together with Lorenzo Baldasarri and the rest of the favorites, the British Sam Lowes (Kalex) and the Italian Nicolo Bulega (Kalex), managed the pass to the second.

The second classification Lorenzo Baldasarri started too well, which went to the ground in the curve five thrown by the airs for his motorcycle, while at the head of the table was the Spaniard Xavier Vierge (Estrella Galicia 0'0 Kalex) who marked the references with a record of 1: 37.233 pri After that, the South African Brad Binder (KTM) arrived behind to overcome it by 34 thousandths of a second, while Alex Márquez (Estrella Galicia 0'0 Kalex), current world leader , seemed to have problems to get a good pace and was sixth to little more than seven tenths of a second of the first, although in his fourth lap everything changed and the brewing pilot climbed up to the third position.

Baldasarri got back on track with less than six minutes of effective training and shortly before the Australian Remy Gardner (Kalex) returned to climb to the top of the table, with the count of the free rounds, now with a time of 1: 36.666, barely three tenths of the absolute record of the category, 1: 36.346, which then "hurried" until 1: 36.572.

Jorge Navarro, who arrived from the first classification, finished seventh, Augusto Fernandez (Kal ex), thirteenth, Jorge Martín (KTM), fourteenth and Iker Lecuona (KTM) in the seventeenth place.

The German Phillip Oettl (KTM), just played the first free session, because he fell in the second and vision problems and dizziness after a strong blow that was hit in the head advised the Teuton to take some time off to try to get in the best conditions to the race of "his" home, next week at the German circuit of Sachsenring.



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