MotoGP Germany 2012: first and difficult steps at Sachsenring
MotoGP Germany 2012: first and difficult steps at Sachsenring

You could see it coming, but we trusted in the solidarity of the clouds that have been covering Germany intermittently during the last weeks to be able to enjoy a route like the one in Sachsenring. It has not been like that, and for the moment the forecast says that he will not give truce on Sunday during the races. Moreover, judging by what has been lived in these lands lately, I would dare to say that we have to live one of those crazy tests in which we will have to prepare the motorcycles dry and wet. Anyway, today's free practice session stood out more for the scares experienced during the morning than for laps or surprising results. Dani Pedrosa, Pol Espargaró and Maverick VIñales they have dominated their respective categories.

During FP1 MotoGP, Mattia pasini He was entering the pits but at the beginning of the same line one of the mechanics of the Cardion AB Motoracing crossed without looking when he saw Franco Battaini arriving. Mattia, who was unannounced with this obstacle in the form of a mechanic has avoided him by giving a hard blow to the head which has left you stunned for a few seconds. In any case, the Italian rider seems not to suffer any kind of problem as he participated in the afternoon session.

Bad luck for the boys of the queen category. After Moto3 finished its second practice session, rain made an appearance in eastern Germany. A downpour that at first warned the pilots not to go out but once the track was soaked produced the conditions that we can see next Sunday. Thus we begin to see the different protagonists. Both in the morning session and in FP2 Dani was the pilot who dominated the classification. The dry asphalt did not leave any news but in the wet people like Valentino Rossi or Stefan Bradl approached the time of Catalan. Once again, the rain dance is ready to equalize the forces making the Ducati return to the front of the race with Il Dottore.

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