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Danny Kent in Moto3 and Scott Redding in Moto2 are the best on the second day of testing at Jerez
Danny Kent in Moto3 and Scott Redding in Moto2 are the best on the second day of testing at Jerez
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Second day of the second official tests of the season for the categories of Moto2 and Moto3, that as you well know are taking place in the Jerez Circuit. As for the protagonists of the day, say that Danny Kent has re-dominated in Moto3, while Scott Redding, who already stood out in Cheste a week ago, has led the Moto2 times table.

On the other hand, the scare of the day has given us Alberto Moncayo, who has suffered a strong fall, although I already anticipate that tomorrow he will be normally on the last day of these tests. Today the day has been a little cooler and cloudy. In fact, a few drops fell at the end of the afternoon, but that hasn't stopped the riders from riding faster than yesterday according to their teams, you already know about the unofficial times, right? Go for it…

Moto3: Danny Kent is still strong and Alberto Moncayo scares us

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It seems that Danny Kent He has gotten the hang of it KTM Moto3, because today he was the fastest on the Jerez track again and dropping his time from yesterday to 1'47.5, that is not bad friends. In the second place of the day we meet Maverick Viñales, that he has only fallen two tenths behind the British rider and that he continues to show that he will be a clear favorite for the title this year, while third was another of the regulars in the top positions this preseason, Hector Faubel. They close the top five Sandro Cortese (with fall included), which has been fourth, and Miguel Angel Oliveira fifth.

And now we go with the already mentioned scare of the day. It only took six laps Alberto moncayo (who has finished sixth), when at the exit of Dry sack he fell to the ground in a very hard fall, so much so that he was forced to be under observation for a few hours at the Jerez Circuit clinic due to a concussion on his head and having suffered dizziness. Of course, tomorrow he will hit the track again without any problem. But it has not been the only incident, since another starring Efren Vazquez and Louis rossi he even forced training to stop for a few moments, although fortunately neither of them suffered any damage. Come on, the thing has been movidita.

Unofficial times second day Moto3 test in Jerez

  • 1.Danny Kent (Red Bull KTM Ajo) 1'47.5
  • 2.Maverick Viñales (Avintia Racing) 1'47.7
  • 3.Héctor Faubel (Bankia Aspar Team) 1'48.1
  • 4.Sandro Cortese (Red Bull KTM Ajo) 1'48.3
  • 5M. Oliveira (Monlau Competition) 1'48.9
  • 6.A. Moncayo (Bankia Aspar Team) 1'49.0
  • 7.Niklas Ajo (TT Motion Events Racing) 1'49.5
  • 8.Arthur Sissis (Red Bull KYM Ajo) 1'50.1
  • 9.A. Marquez (Monlau Competition) 1'50.2
  • 10.Efrén Vázquez (Team Laglisse) 1'50.3
  • 11.Niccoló Antonelli (San Carlo Gresi 1'50.6
  • 12.K. Fujii (Technomag CIP-TSR) 1'50.7
  • 13.A. Techer (Technomag CIP-TSR) 1'51.2
  • 14.Jakub Kornfeil (Redox Ongetta) 1'52.0

Moto2: Scott Redding is back to his old ways

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Well yes, after he dominated two of the three days in Valencia, today he has once again led the table Scott Redding, willing to be one of the men to beat this year. The chrono has left it at 1'42.2. Behind Scott has stood Claudio Corti, while yesterday's leader, Thomas Luthi, He has been third and is still very high. Fourth has been one of the great surprises of these tests, the Japanese Takaaki Nakagami, you are doing more than good.

And we come to a Spanish trio that promises a lot, since fifth has been Pol Espargaro, sixth Julito Simon and seventh Tito Rabat, showing all of them that they will try to fight in each minimum race for the podium. Of the rest of Spaniards say that Nico Terol has been thirteenth while Angel Rodriguez he finished in a very good fifteenth place.

Unofficial times second day Moto2 test in Jerez

    Scott Redding (Marc VDS Racing Team) 1’42.2

    Claudio Corti (Italtrans Racing Team) 1’42.4

    Thomas Luthi (Interwetten Paddock) 1’42.5

    Takaaki Nakagami (Italtrans Racing Team) 1’42.7

  • 5. Pol Espargaro (Pons Racing) 1’42.8
  • 6. Julian Simon (Avintia Racing Moto2) 1’43.0
  • 7. Esteve Rabat (Pons Racing) 1’43.1
  • Bradley Smith (Tech3 Racing) 1’43.2

    Mika Kallio (Marc VDS Racing Team) 1’43.3

    Alex De Angelis (NGM Mobile Forward Racing) 1’43.3

    Xavier Simeon (Tech3 Racing) 1’43.4

    Randy Krummenacher (GP Team Switzerland) 1’43.4 ^

  • 13. Nico Terol (Aspar Team Moto2) 1’43.4
  • Andrea Iannone (Speed ​​Master) 1’43.5

  • 15. Angel Rodriguez (Stop & Go) 1.43.6
  • Mike Di Meglio (Speed ​​Up) 1’43.8

  • 17. Toni Elías (Mapfre Aspar Team) 1’44.0
  • 18. Axel Pons (Pons Racing) 1’44.0
  • Gino Rea (Gresini Racing Moto2) 1’44.0

    Simone Corsi (Iodaracing Project) 1’44.0

    Yuki Takahashi (NGM Mobile Forward Racing) 1’44.1

    R. Wiliarot (Thai Honda Gresini Moto2) 1’44.1

    Johann Zarco (JIR Moto2) 1’44.3

    Max Neukirchner (Kiefer Racing) 1’44.6

    Dominique Aegerter (Technomag-CIP) 1’44.6

    Roberto Rolfo (Technomag-CIP) 1’45.1

  • 27. Ricky Cardus (Arguiñano Racing Team) 1’45.3
  • Alexander Lundh (MZ Racing Team) 1’45.8

    Eric Granado (JIR Moto2) 1’46.1

    Damian Cudlin (QMMF Racing Team) 1’46.3

    Marco Colandrea (SAG Team) 1’46.8

  • 32. Elena Rosell (QMMF Racing Team) 1’46.9

And tomorrow I will finally be able to enjoy all of them as they deserve, live and direct, I was looking forward to this Saturday! So on the way back I will tell you everything I have given about that third and last day of testing in Jerez, and like I did when Cheste (and that it worked), I hope one of us is the fastest, which would not be surprising. We will see, we will see.

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