Quartararo also repeats in FP3 with 0.224 on Márquez

He has led the first three free and improved his record on Friday by half a second. Miller has been third and great reaction of Rossi, fourth after suffering two falls the first day.


Quartararo continues to present his candidacy to get his first MotoGP victory sooner rather than later. The Frenchman carries an immaculate GP of Valencia, occupying the first place in the three exits to track that until now there has been for the queen class. After two mastering the two free Friday, he has also dominated the FP3 on Saturday. This time with 0.224 advantage over Márquez, who has been second and has a tad of better pace than the rookie: 31 low with soft tire against 31 Fabio means with medium tire. With soft rubber, yes, nobody is faster so far than the French, who has the best partial in the four sectors of Ricardo Tormo.

The 1: 30.232 of the Yamaha satellite pilot, enlisted in the Petronas team, is half a second faster than it scored yesterday and begins to approach 1: 29.401 with which Lorenzo, while still in Yamaha, set the track record It still holds. That record has given the rookie of the year the 224 thousandths of advantage already commented on Márquez and 311 on Miller, who has been third and exceptional witness of the strange fall that his partner Bagania has had at the exit of the pit lane. The Italian has had the front wheel nailed by heating brakes and has gone ahead of his Ducati. It has been harmed with the impact at first, but it has been able to return itself.

Returning to the time table, point out Rossi's good room, because it is a great reaction after the two falls suffered yesterday, when he finished fourteenth. He has come to lead very little at the end and, if he had finished ahead, he would have repeated the result of Qatar's first free, the inaugural event, which was the last time he finished in a time table. In any case, he left the seal at 40, just twice the 20 that Quartararo has, the rival to beat so far in this Valencia GP.

They won a place in the top ten with direct access to Q2, Morbidelli, Maverick, Petrucci, Dovizioso, Mir and Crutchlow. They will have to go through the purgatory of Q1, Pol 11º, Rins 12º, Aleix 14º, Lorenzo 15º, Rabat 20º and Lecuona 21º. The debutante has left Kallio and Syahrin behind and has been 2.1 of the head, which continues to evolve positively in its premiere with the KTM satellite.



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