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2023 Author: Nicholas Abramson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 02:44
The motorcycling world championship has changed its scene and that is being noticed on the first day of free practice in all categories. In Moto3 Raúl Fernández set the best time with a time of 2: 09.420, which still remains eight tenths of what Gabriel Rodrigo scored in the morning.
Again the best times have been set early in the day, but those of the FP2 will be more similar to those that we will see in the classification. Second was Jaume Masiá, who is better in Brno. He fell twice in the morning, but in the afternoon he kept the best time of the session.
FP1s were again much faster than FP2s
I also step forward to Romano Fenati, who finished third, just behind the two Spaniards. The Italian rider wants to shine again in Brno after some difficult Grands Prix in Jerez. But all eyes in today's training sessions have been on one man, world championship leader Albert Arenas.
Arenas suffered a brutal fall in the race of the Andalusian Grand Prix that left his foot badly damaged. Throughout the week we have seen his recovery process, with Arenas's foot in very bad condition. However, in Brno it has been much more solid than expected, and that it has run without infiltrating.
The world championship leader finished fifteenth, but throughout the session he was riding in more forward positions. He has been seen fast, still in the absence of seeing how the ailment will affect the pace of the race. But you can always turn to medical resources that you are not using today. Maybe Arenas can defend his leadership.
Good fifth position for Sergio García, who is also progressing in a season that was expected to be his confirmation. In general, it has been a great day for Estrella Galicia, because the other pilot, Ryusei Yamanaka, has been thirteenth, when it is usually a regular in the last positions.
As in Jerez, we are committed to the FP3 deciding the direct qualifiers for Q2 in all categories. Tatsuki Suzuki, who dominated the last Grand Prix, finished ninth, just behind Rodrigo, who was the fastest in the morning. The Argentine must capture in the race what he shows in training.
Again, honorable mention for Jeremy Alcoba, tenth, who continues to shine in his debut season in Moto3. The other rookie, Carlos Tatay, was one of the many who have gone down in training. And it seems that Brno's grip is being somewhat delicate, even causing injuries in other categories.
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