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MotoGP Czech Republic 2015: Niccolò Antonelli, Jorge Lorenzo and Johann Zarco split the poles in Brno
MotoGP Czech Republic 2015: Niccolò Antonelli, Jorge Lorenzo and Johann Zarco split the poles in Brno

At the Brno Autodromo which has the label of favoring Honda it seems that things are going to get complicated for the HRC guys. With Dani Pedrosa touched and Marc Márquez unable to reach a Jorge Lorenzo stratospheric that has shattered the record is going to sell complicated victory in the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic.

The pole of Moto3 has taken it Niccolo Antonelli after having shown himself to be the smartest in the class and not wasting an opportunity. In Moto2 he has dominated Johann zarco in a boring session in which the heat prevented improving the times.

Moto3: pole by thousandths for Niccolò Antonelli

Nicollo Antonelli Moto3 Gp Brno
Nicollo Antonelli Moto3 Gp Brno

Although at first it seemed that things were going to smile again for the Leopard Racing team drivers occupying Danny Kent the first position for a few minutes after snatching the best time to Quartararo and with Efren Vazquez third, things have become complicated for them.

With three minutes remaining, Jorge Navarro got in first and Quartararo second, relegating Kent to third. And with the clock at zero, in a last desperate attack, a war of slipstreams was unleashed that led to pole position. Niccolo Antonelli with Dany Kent at just two thousandths second, leaving Jorge Navarro third and Fabio Quartararo fourth.

After seeing how in almost all training sessions after the imposition of the new measures by Race Direction many drivers were penalized for driving slowly on the track waiting to get a wheel, we were able to see some drivers entering the pits to wait for the drivers to get a wheel.

Even so, some have had their pluses and minuses, including Danny Kent and Romano Fenati who probably get a touch from the offices. The Briton, fed up with him catching the wheel, slowed down the pace and the Italian waited trying to take advantage of it to try to improve the poor seventeenth position he occupied. In the end the shot backfired and not only did he not improve but he also lost two positions.