Mir leads a FP3 that will force Rossi to go through Q1

Four different bikes in the first four positions and five in the first six, with almost all the important ones with direct access to Q2, except for El Doctor.

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I hope I respect the rain in Spielberg tomorrow at the time of the MotoGP race (14:00), because after what was seen in the first three free practice sessions of the Styrian GP, equality is maximum, with a lot of variety of brands, and a race is presented very open. Mir led the FP3 timesheets with a time and 151 thousandths of advantage over Quartararo, who has reacted compared to Friday, and we saw four different bikes taking the first four places and five different if we extended to the first six. And that is very nice, because it means that all manufacturers are in a position to obtain results that reward their efforts to a greater or lesser extent.

After the Suzuki of Mir, the Yamaha of Quartararo qualified, and then the Honda of Nakagami, the Ducati of Dovizioso, again a Yamaha, that of Maverick, and the KTM of Pol Espargaró closed the first six positions. The one from Granollers could not improve his time yesterday which made him go to sleep as the fastest of the day, but he has a rhythm. As for Mir, it is a pleasure to see him up there, confirming that his second place in the Austrian GP was not the result of chance and that he is beginning to polish his main failure so far: to be fast also on one lap, because he has a pace. Whoops if you have .

This time practically none of the most important has been thrown into the top ten and only Rossi, although it is becoming common, will have to go through Q1 purgatory if he wants to earn a place in Q2. The Doctor could only have been fifteenth, even though he finished only 0.494 from the head. And it is that there is a lot of equality in the timetables, because until the twentieth, which was Álex Márquez, they are in the same second. By the way, the Spanish went to the ground without physical consequences to regret. The other one who fell, also without injury, was Miller, who despite this was able to close the list of the top ten. It was formed by Mir, Quartararo, Nakagami, Dovizioso, Maverick, Pol, Oliveira, Morbidelli, Rins and Miller. Outside of it, Binder (11th), who won in Brno and was fourth in last Sunday's race; Zarco (12th), who reappeared only three days after his operation on the scaphoid of his right wrist; Lecuona 14º, Aleix 19º, Álex Márquez 20º and Rabat 22º.

It should be noted that he is riding very fast, because Mir's 1: 23.456 was only six thousandths of the time it gave Maverick a week ago to take pole position and four tenths of the track record, held by a Marc Márquez who continues to watch the bulls from the sidelines due to injury.



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