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2023 Author: Nicholas Abramson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 02:44
Moto3 rankings are a world apart. Raúl Fernández has achieved his first pole position of the season and of his career in the world Cup. Break the streak of Tatsuki Suzuki, who so far had dominated all three qualifications of the season. Fernández was being the fastest all weekend and has been able to capture it.
The grotesque has come because, once again, the teams and the drivers have caught up with the times. They hit the track too late for one last attempt and the vast majority have encountered the checkered flag when they wanted to start their fastest lap. Among them, Fernández himself, who was fortunate that he was already first.
Arenas will start seventh but is struggling in race pace
A) Yes Raúl Fernández is going to have a great opportunity to get his first victory in the World Cup, or at least his first podium. The KTM rider has not yet climbed into the Moto3 box, although based on his speed it is to be expected that he will not resist much. In Brno the great moment could come for Raúl Fernández.
At his side will be accompanied in the front row by Gabriel Rodrigo, who set the second best time of the day, two tenths behind Fernández. Suzuki is going to start third, this time he has not been able to make pole but it is not erased from the first row. And he has all the options to be the leader of the world championship of tomorrow's race.
Because Albert Arenas is having a hard time. Not one lap, where he was seventh, but in rhythm. The championship leader is touched after his brutal crash at Jerez, so tomorrow he should suffer as the laps go by. At least he will start leading the third row of the grid, a good place to escape incidents.
Who has not been able to flee from the falls has been the third of the general, John McPhee. The Scottish Petronas driver suffered a heavy crash when Q2 started. Luckily, he was able to return to his garage in full, but he has not returned to the track. So McPhee is going to turn out eighteenth.
Attention also to Ai Ogura, who will start fourth and is another of those who aspire to the title, even if it fell in Jerez. The Japanese commands a second row on the grid completed by Dennis Foggia and an impressive Jeremy Alcoba, who is having an unbecoming rookie performance. Tomorrow he will look for his first podium.
Tony Arbolino will come out eighth, just ahead of Romano Fenati. Jaume Masiá managed to overcome Q1, but in Q2 he has been thirteenth. And that the Spanish rider was one of the few who was cautious and came out on the track with enough time to not see the checkered flag. But the last lap was bad.
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