Briton Sam Lowes, leader with his morning record

In the global count of the day and after Lowes, Marini and Schrotter were placed the Italian Fabio di Giannantonio and the Japanese Tetsuta Nagashima, with Arón Canet (6th) as the best Spaniard.

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The British Sam Lowes (Estrella Galicia 0'0 Kalex) finished the first day of the Moto2 Grand Prix of Catalonia at the Barcelona circuit as leader of the provisional classification of free practice with the record he achieved in the morning session, ahead of the World Cup leader, Italian Luca Marini (Kalex), who could not improve either.

German Marcel Schrotter (Kalex) was the first solid reference in Moto2, ahead of Sam Lowes himself and Spaniards Augusto Fernández (Estrella Galicia 0'0 Kalex) and Jorge Navarro (Speed Up), although at the end of the day had to settle for third place.

As usual in the second session, the vast majority of the riders worked on setting up their bikes and it was not until the final minutes when everyone began to push and, among other things, a series of errors began to occur, most in drop form.

Some of the most prominent were those carried out by the British Jake Dixon (Kalex) or the Australian Remy Gardner (Kalex), who were struggling to enter the second direct classification, a goal that the first one did, but not the second, who finished twentieth without improving your morning time.

But there were also a series of fast laps by some drivers that altered the order in the classification and, although Schrotter lost the first place in the afternoon session against the Italian Fabio di Giannantonio (Speed Up), he ended up recovering it shortly after, without lowering the Sam Lowes morning record.

In the global count of the day and after Lowes, Marini and Schrotter were placed the Italian Fabio di Giannantonio and the Japanese Tetsuta Nagashima (Kalex), with Arón Canet (Speed Up) as the best Spaniard in sixth place, ahead of another of the favorites of the category, Marco Bezzecchi (Kalex), who could not reduce his morning time by one thousandth.

Xavier Vierge finished in eighth position, just ahead of the reappeared Jorge Martín (Kalex), who after testing negative in the PCR that was performed, was able to return to the competition, while Augusto Fernández was tenth.

The Italian Enea "La Bestia" Bastianini (Kalex) had to settle for twelfth position, when in the morning he had finished fifth and despite improving his personal best, although he did not do so with the same intensity as many of his rivals and This made him give up a field that he will have to regain tomorrow if he wants to defend his second position in the championship.

Jorge Navarro (Speed Up) finished the day sixteenth, ahead of Edgar Pons (Kalex) and Héctor Garzó (Kalex), while Marcos Ramírez (Kalex) was twenty-first.



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