Record of Quartararo and sanction to Rossi that sends him to the Q1

The Gaul continues in a state of grace and the Italian canceled his best lap to exceed the limits and fell to the fourteenth place, which will be along with Rins favorite in the repechage.


It is no coincidence to see Fabio Quartararo leading a time table in MotoGP. He did it again in the third free GP of the Netherlands and is the eighth time so far this year, including two Q2 that earned him two poles as two suns.

The Gaul is in a state of grace and has burst Assen's time, beating in the third free the track record by 0.156. His 1: 32.741 improves the 1: 32.627 of Rossi that appeared from 2015 like record of the Dutch track, although that has not been the worse news for the Italian pilot ... The Doctor had achieved with a lot of effort a place between the ten first and the Panel of commissaires has decided with session already concluded cancel the return of his best time, to exceed the limits of the track in the curve 18, the entry to the finish line. Because it is repeated, it is hard to understand, although they will know. And that has meant that El Doctor falls to the fourteenth place, with what will necessarily happen for the repeal of the Q1.

The great beneficiary with the sanction to Yamaha it was Mir, who had finished eleventh and has found the prize of a gap between the top ten with direct access to Q2. The Mallorcan closes a list in which Quartararo plus Petrucci, Maverick (he has not been able to improve by three tenths his time the previous day), Marquez, Nakagami, Morbidelli, Miller, Dovizioso and Crutchlow. It is missing in that listing to Rins, that has been eleventh and is presented with Rossi as the favorite to be done in Q1 with the two seats that give access through the back door to the Q2.

More back have finished Aleix 15º, Pol 17º and Rabat 20º. In the chapter of anecdotes, Quartararo has left the radiator expansion bottle through the right handgrip, and has had to abort a lap in which he came in a red helmet. His partner Morbidelli, has lost a piece of saddle. Márquez has stopped by Quartararo in the simulation of the start and has studied the method of the novice with great detail. And Crutchlow has stopped the bike, but has been able to pull it out by himself in the old style, pushing it on foot and then jumping on it, although that has cost him a slight pain in its noble parts.



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