Quartararo and Márquez bring out the gladiator they carry inside

The French overcame a hard crash in the afternoon with the best time and the Spaniard with the fifth time to a stick in the morning at 267 per hour. Martín 3º and Pol 4º.

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It is said by active and passive that the pilots are made of another paste. The latest proof of this has been given by Quartararo and Márquez, on the opening day of the British GP, both taking out the gladiator in them. The Frenchman overcame with the best time a hard crash in the afternoon, a start by ears that left him with a slight limp. And the Spanish, for his part, has done the same with the fifth best time after the morning pole at 267 per hour. Impressive of both.

Quartararo took a stroke of authority when, after flying into turn 8, he returned to the Yamaha box, got on his M1 and 45 seconds from the end of the session he dropped by eight tenths the best time he had at that time . Then he was able to do another lap that was on his way to being the best until a scare at the last corner wasted some time. It did not matter, because the work had already been done and he had shown, once again, that he is not the leader of the general by chance.

As for the Repsol Honda, the enormous shock that he gave two minutes from the end in FP1, when he lost the front wheel at very high speed, only gave him a little problem in one eye, when some sand got into the eternal drag that it happened. And the thing is that the ilerdense fell in the second curve and arrived dragging until the fourth, when crossing the motorcycle. The RC213V was so destroyed that the mechanics did not have time to repair it for the afternoon session, so he appeared with only one motorcycle in the box. Luckily, this time he did not go to the ground and was able to finish the session without problems, fifth, 0.734 behind the head occupied by the French and with Miller, Martín and Pol also ahead of him.

Miller took second place from the rookie of the year, taking advantage of his wheel, but the Madrid native should not care to start second or third, because the important thing is that he is starting to be a fixture in the first places. And Pol's good Friday was noteworthy, whose only but was hindering his brother Aleix when he came around in turn 7. The older one got angry with the little one of the house without caring that he was his brother and Pol showed his regret by sending him a kiss from his Honda. Things that happen

The first ten places closed with provisional direct access to Q2, Bagnaia, Aleix, Binder, Rins and Rossi. Lecuona was left at the gates with the eleventh place, in another demonstration that he is much more pilot for the Yamaha that is free for 2022 than any of the names that are sounding more strongly than his. Mir started 13th and he already knows that he will have to row a lot the rest of the weekend. Not racing here since 2017, with the Moto3, doesn't help. He rode Moto2 in 2018, but the races were canceled due to the rain. And in 2019, already in MotoGP, he missed the English event due to injury. Further back Álex Márquez finished (20th), with a fall in the morning and another in the afternoon.



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