Rossi makes Q2 in 10th,Marc Marquez fastest in FP3 | Valentino Rossi Blog

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Rossi makes Q2 in 10th,Marc Marquez fastest in FP3

Marc Marquez set the pace in the third MotoGP rehearse at Aragon in front of Maverick Vinales, as Valentino Rossi made it specifically into Q2 by taking tenth place.

Dani Pedrosa completed third, with Andrea Dovizioso in 6th.

The Saturday morning session was the main dry running of the end of the week and it filled in as a shootout for the 10 Q2 spots.

Loris Baz ran speediest at an early stage with a 1m52.745s, however times rapidly went down beneath the 1m50s-check, with KTM special case Mika Kallio the principal rider to do as such.

Marquez at that point assumed control and he enhanced twice to lead the path with a 1m49.411s amid the mid-session calm.

Kallio kept on inspiring by getting as close as 0.033-seconds to the best spot, however then Marquez enhanced once more, this time by 0.1s.

The Honda rider's lead was quickly hindered by title match Dovizioso with seven minutes to go, just for Marquez to go 0.6s quicker soon a short time later.

Marquez's exertion of 1m48.252s wound up as the benchmark time of the session.

Ducati rider Dovizioso was likewise downgraded by Yamaha's Vinales who, in spite of enhancing once again, wound up more than 0.3s slower than Marquez.

Pedrosa at that point hopped into third amid the last moment on the second works Honda, with Aspar Ducati's Alvaro Bautista was only a tenth slower in fourth.

Kallio finished his amazing session in fifth, serenely beating KTM regulars Pol Espargaro and Bradley Smith, who were twelfth and 22nd individually.

Dovizioso in the long run dropped down to 6th, and was trailed by Aleix Espargaro, LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow and Suzuki's Andrea Iannone, who slammed after the checkered banner fell at Turn 5.

Despite the fact that he spent most of the session in the second 50% of the time sheets, Rossi finished his initially dry session of the end of the week in tenth.

In doing as such he beat Jorge Lorenzo to the last Q2 spot by 0.063s, as the Ducati rider lost time right on time in the session after his knee slider tumbled off.

Both Tech3 Yamaha riders Johann Zarco and Jonas Folger slammed amid the session and neglected to make it to Q2.

Different fallers were Jack Miller, who descended at the principal corner, and Aprilia's Sam Lowes.

FP3 Results


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