Even Miller hallucinates with Pol and remembers Lorenzo in passing

“I think Pol has been the best, because he is the one who has had the most work. I'm surprised with him, because not everyone was able to go fast on the Honda, ”he says.

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Despite the fact that he was the one who flew faster than anyone on the first day of the second Qatar test for MotoGP, so much so as to break Marc Márquez's track record dating from 2019, it was Jack Miller who impressed him the most was Pol Espargaro.

Marc's new teammate, still absent due to injury, is already the fastest Honda on the Losail asphalt in just three adaptation days, because in this preseason, unlike the previous ones, there were no tests in Valencia and Jerez at the end of the Past course. The pandemic is to blame, and that is why that of Granollers is already in the ointment, with fifth place on Wednesday tied in time with fourth (Johann Zarco) and installed at 1:53, is to hallucinate.This is how the new official Ducati rider has made him see it and, at the same time that, without naming him, he also remembered his enemy Jorge Lorenzo when he recalled that the five-time champion was not able to go fast with the RC213V. “Pol was the best in this test today, because he is the one with the most work ahead of him. He's getting good fast laps and he's got the pace too. I am pleasantly surprised with it, because in the past not everyone was able to go fast on the Honda. ”

That last part, without a doubt, is dedicated to Lorenzo, with whom a few days ago he and Aleix Espargaró got hooked on social networks. The Mallorcan commented before the fall of Cal Crutchlow that he had already warned him and that of Ducati and Aprilia replied harshly, something that did not intimidate the former pilot, who reminded them of his record. This Thursday the action will continue with the penultimate day of preseason training. March 28, the date of the World Cup start, is much closer.



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