Fernández and Arenas: Spanish double on the Moto3 grid

The Madrilenian repeats pole position after the one achieved in Brno and the Catalan will go out to consolidate his leadership from the front row closed by McPhee.


Spanish double in the Moto3 qualifying of the Austrian GP. It was thanks to Raúl Fernández and Albert Arenas. The Madrilenian repeats like this on pole after the one achieved in Brno, the first of his World Cup career, and the Catalan will go out to consolidate his leadership from the front row that McPhee has closed. It paints well, therefore, the first of the two events that will host the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.

A Fernández no longer resists the pole, but the podium does, and any day he should fall. As for Arenas, there is still a lot to do, but he is starting to have the makings of a champion. He only has to start one of these days from pole, but the important thing is that he looks very prepared for the race again. So far, he has won two and has been second in another, with a zero for a fall. It was in the second in Jerez, that he sprained his left ankle for which he suffered more than necessary in Brno, but he managed there to suffer and make a great second that allows him to reach this race with 18 points over Ogura and 19 on McPhee.

From the second row will come Masiá, Vietti and Suzuki. From the third, Rodrigo, Arbolino and Ricardo Rossi. And from the fourth, Öncü, Foggia and Migno. Further back will come Alcoba 18º, García 20º, Tatay 25º and López 31º.

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