Bastianini beats Lowes with Augusto Fernández third

The Italian achieved the best time of the day in the verspertine session by only 59 thousandths. The Spaniard from Estrella Galicia stayed one tenth.


The Italian Enea "La Bestia" Bastianini (Kalex) defeated the British Sam Lowes (Estrella Galicia 0'0 Kalex), dominator of the first batch of the free practice session, at the end of the first day of tests for the Grand Prix of San Marino and the Rimini Riviera of Moto2 at the "Marco Simoncelli" circuit of Misano Adriatico.

Both in the morning and at the beginning of the second round, Sam Lowes had been the fastest in the category, but in the final stretch, the transalpine Bastianini wanted to be the leader and managed to set a best time of 1: 36.933, which by just 59 thousandths of a second relegated the British to second place, with the Spanish Augusto Fernández (Estrella Galicia 0'0 Kalex), third to just over a tenth of a second.

It did not take long for British Sam Lowes to assume the role of leader, because in just a few laps he already approached the time of the morning by rolling in 1: 32.257, by 1: 32.245 that he starred in the first round, although there was still a lot effective training time ahead and a long string of Italians who "huddled" from behind to be "prophets in their land" .

During the session, the German Marcel Schrotter (Kalex) could not keep up with the pace of the competition and went to the ground at turn fourteen with just over six minutes of training ahead and when he was fifth when the direction of his motorcycle closed - He finished tenth-, at the same point where the Spaniard Xavier Vierge (Kalex), who was ninth but had to settle for being thirteenth, also rolled on the floor shortly after.

Jorge Navarro (Speed Up), who had many problems in the morning, was able to overcome adversity to achieve ninth position, with rookie Arón Canet (Speed Up), in an eleventh starting position that had been sixth for the tomorrow, just over six tenths of the record for "The Beast" .

Marcos Ramírez (Kalex) had to settle for sixteenth place, out of the second direct classification, as did Héctor Garzó (Kalex), twenty-second, and Edgar Pons (Kalex), twenty-fifth.

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