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Sandro Cortese and Scott Redding remain intractable on the second day of testing at Cheste
Sandro Cortese and Scott Redding remain intractable on the second day of testing at Cheste
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Second day of testing in the circuit Cheste for the categories of Moto2 and Moto3. The low temperatures in the first hours have returned to be the protagonist together with the pilots who have managed to dominate the times table. And beware, that in both categories the same gentlemen repeat yesterday and improving their respective times. A) Yes, Sandro Cortese has returned to top the Moto3 table, although with Alberto moncayo very close, while Scott redding has flown in Moto2.

I remember again that the schedules are not official but those provided by the teams, We will even meet (just like yesterday) the odd rider whose time is unknown. But hey, with the desire that we all have to see times and begin to do our guesswork, we are satisfied, without forgetting that these days we are seeing things that must be taken into account. We enter into matter …

Moto3: Sandro Cortese continues to command, but Alberto Moncayo is closer

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The KTM they continue to prove their efficiency in Moto3 and have occupied the first four places. And while it is true that Sandro Cortese has returned to being the fastest, with a chrono of 1’41.3, It is also true that the rest of the pilots have come much closer to him. In addition, the good news is that the second place has been for Alberto moncayo (this time alone) just one tenth behind the German and dropping his own time by more than a second. I don't have to tell you that Alberto is more than happy with the performance of the bike and the team, and that he is one of those riders that I have a special affection for, it will be the geographical proximity …

Sandro's teammate on the Red Bull KTM Ajo finished third, Danny Kent, while Hector Faubel has been fourth and Miguel Oliveira (Let's remember his victories in the CEV with the Moto3) he finished in a very good fifth place. Also highlight the actions of Efren Vazquez in twelfth square and Alex Marquez in the thirteenth. AND Maverick Viñales? Well, we still do not know their times, they have them hidden under lock and key. Let's see if tomorrow is lucky and we can meet them, although I fear that it will continue to be the best kept secret.

Unofficial times second day Moto3 test in Cheste

1. SANDRO CORTESE, RED BULL KTM AJO, 1'41.3 (52 laps)

2. ALBERTO MONCAYO, ASPAR TEAM Moto3, 1'41.4 (42 times)

3. DANNY KENT, RED BULL KTM AJO, 1'41.5 (56 times)

4. HECTOR FAUBEL, ASPAR TEAM Moto3, 1'41.8 (34 times)

5. MIGUEL OLIVEIRA, MONLAU COMPETITION, 1'41.8 (61 v.)

6. ZULFAHMI KHAIRUDDIN, AIRASIA - SIC - AJO, 1'42.4 (33 v.)

7. JACK MILLER, CARETTA TECHNOLOGY, 1’42.9 (55 v.)

8. LOUIS ROSSI, RACING TEAM GERMANY, 1'43.1 (34 v.)

9. DANNY WEBB, MAHINDRA RACING, 1'43.2 (30 v.)

10. BRAD BINDER, RW RACING GP, 1'43.3 (41 times)

11. NICCOLO ANTONELLI, SAN CARLO GRESINI Moto3, 1'43.5 (56 times)

12. EFREN VAZQUEZ, TEAM LAGLISSE, 1'43.8 (25 times)

13. ALEX MARQUEZ, MONLAU COMPETITION, 1'44.5 (44 times)

14. ARTHUR SISSIS, RED BULL KTM AJO, 1'44.5 (55 times)

15. TONI FINSTERBUSCH, RACING TEAM GERMANY, 1'44.8 (33 d.)

16. ADRIAN MARTIN, TEAM LAGLISSE, 1'45.2 (32 v.)

17. JONAS FOLGER, MZ RACING TEAM, 1'45.3 (67 d.)

18. ALEXIS MASBOU, CARETTA TECHNOLOGY, 1'45.4 (55 v.)

19. GIULIAN PEDONE, AMBROGIO NEXT RACING, 1'45.8 (15 times)

20. JAKUB KORNFEIL, REDOX-ONGETTA-CENTRO SETA, 1’46.3 (44 v.)

MAVERICK VINALES, AVINTIA RACING Moto3, time not provided

LUIGI MORCIANO, IODA TEAM ITALIA, time not provided

MARCEL SCHROTTER, MAHINDRA RACING, time not provided

RICCARDO MORETTI, MAHINDRA RACING, time not provided

JASPER IWEMA, MOTO FGR, time not provided

ISAAC VINALES, ONGETTA-CENTRO SETA, Time not provided

LUIS SALOM, RW RACING GP, Time not provided

ROMANO FENATI, TEAM ITALIA FMI, Time not provided

ALESSANDRO TONUCCI, TEAM ITALIA FMI, Time not provided

IVAN MORENO, TEAM MACHADO, Time not provided

KENTA FUJII, TECHNOMAG-CIP-TSR, Time not provided

ALAN TECHER, TECHNOMAG-CIP-TSR, Time not provided

NIKLAS AJO, TT MOTION EVENTS RACING, Time not provided

Moto2: Scott Redding rolls at record pace

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Good good. Well it seems that Scott redding He is willing this year to be at the top in every Moto2 race. And if he was the fastest yesterday, today he flew in Valencia and stopped the clock half a second before the fastest lap established by Toni Elijah in 2010 and nine tenths earlier than his time yesterday. Come on, you got him stuck in 1’35.6. Of course, the domain that showed Kalex In the past day it was not repeated today, with different mounts among the top positions.

It is the case of Andrea Iannone that with the FTR he has lowered his time by two seconds and has placed himself with the second best time of the day. Repeat in third position Claudio Corti, while fourth has been Thomas luthi and fifth Simone Corsi. Note that today there has been some other fall, fortunately without consequences, but they have touched the asphalt Johann Zarco, Eric Granado and the three members of Pons Racing: Pol Espargaró, Tito Rabat and Axel pons. By the way, of the last three there are no time references, hence neither Pol nor Tito appear in the upper area they occupied yesterday. On the other hand we cannot forget the excellent eighth square of Angel Rodriguez (best Spanish of the day) and the improvement of Nico Terol, that has lowered its time in two seconds and has finished fourteenth.

Unofficial times second day Moto2 test in Cheste

1. SCOTT REDDING, MARC VDS RACING TEAM, KALEX, 1'35.6 (59 laps)

2. ANDREA IANNONE, SPEED MASTER, SPEED UP, 1'35.8 (40 v.)

3. CLAUDIO CORTI, ITALTRANS RACING TEAM, KALEX, 1'36.1 (48 v.)

4. THOMAS LUTHI, INTERWETTEN PADDOCK, SUTER, 1'36.3 (30 v.)

5. SIMONE CORSI, IODARACING PROJECT, FTR, 1'36.3 (30 v.)

6. BRADLEY SMITH, TECH 3 RACING, TECH 3, 1'36.5 (52 v.)

7. MIKA KALLIO, MARC VDS RACING TEAM, KALEX, 1'36.6 (54 v.)

8. ANGEL RODRIGUEZ, SAG TEAM, FTR, 1'36.8 (42 v.)

9. MAX NEUKIRCHNER, KIEFER RACING, KALEX, 1'37.2 (67 f.)

10. RANDY KRUMMENACHER, GP TEAM SWITZERLAND, KALEX, 1'37.5 (55 times)

11. ALEX DE ANGELIS, NGM MOBILE FORWARD RACING, SUTER, 1'37.5 (51 v.)

12. TONI ELIAS, ASPAR TEAM Moto2, SUTER, 1'37.6 (59 times)

13. MIKE DI MEGLIO, SPEED UP, SPEED UP, 1'37.6 (50 times)

14. NICOLAS TEROL, ASPAR TEAM Moto2, SUTER, 1'37.7 (60 times)

15. JOHANN ZARCO, JIR Moto2, MOTOBI, 1'37.7 (34 times)

16. XAVIER SIMEON, TECH 3 RACING, TECH 3, 1'37.7 (62 v.)

17. GINO REA, GRESINI RACING Moto2, MORIWAKI, 1'37.8 (50 times)

18. TAKAAKI NAKAGAMI, ITALTRANS RACING TEAM, KALEX, 1'37.8 (66 v.)

19. YUKI TAKAHASHI, NGM MOBILE FORWARD RACING, SUTER, 1'37.9 (57 v.)

20. ALEXANDER LUNDH, MZ RACING TEAM, MZ-RE HONDA, 1'38.4 (45 times)

21. DOMINIQUE AEGERTER, TECHNOMAG-CIP, SUTER, 1'38.4 (67 v.)

22. RATTHAPARK WILAIROT, THAI HONDA GRESINI Moto2, MORIWAKI, 1'38.6 (61 v.)

23. DAMIAN CUDLIN, QMMF RACING TEAM, MORIWAKI, 1'39.4 (44 v.)

24. ROBERTO ROLFO, TECHNOMAG-CIP, SUTER, 1'39.7 (61 v.)

25. ELENA ROSELL, QMMF RACING TEAM, MORIWAKI, 1'40.1 (52 v.)

26. ERIC GRANADO, JIR Moto2, MOTOBI, 1'40.3 (20 times)

27. MARCO COLANDREA, SAG TEAM, FTR, 1’42.3 (19 times)

JULIAN SIMON, AVINTIA RACING Moto2, FTR, times not provided.

POL ESPARGARO, PONS RACING, KALEX, times not provided.

AXEL PONS, PONS RACING, KALEX, times not provided.

ESTEVE RABAT, PONS RACING, KALEX, times not provided.

And so far what has happened today on the second day of tests at the Ricardo Tormo circuit. We only have tomorrow's day left, which will surely bring us a lot to tell again. Although yes, for now the domain is shared by Cortese and Redding. Hopefully tomorrow we see one of ours in the lead (Moncayo?), Which never hurts. We'll see what happens …

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