Sasaki commands the first free practice in France


Japanese people Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna) is responsible for leading the record time of first free practice session of the Moto3 French Grand Prix at the Le Mans circuit, with the Brazilian Diogo Moreira (KTM) very close and the other riders more than seven tenths of a second away.

The Brazilian set a blistering pace that allowed him to distance himself from all his rivals in the final stretch with a time of 1:42.510, six tenths of a second faster than his immediate rival, despite the low temperatures recorded by the asphalt in them. morning hours.

His closest rival is the Turk Deniz Öncü (KTM), who in his eagerness to get close to Moreira made a powerful blow at turn seven that put him out of the fight for first place in this inaugural session of the Moto3 category.

And, while Deniz Öncü was left out of the match, the Japanese Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna) came in about a tenth of a second off Moreira’s best time, to lap in 1:42.402.

Another unique opponent, although also negative like Öncü, is the Spanish Ivan Ortola (KTM), winner of the last two Grands Prix contested so far, crashed at turn nine when trying to improve on the sixteenth position it occupied at the time.

At the same point, turning nine, the Spaniard collapsed David Alonso (GasGas), although it operates with a license from Colombia, which also did not cause significant damage and allowed it to remain in eighth position. Not so Ortolá, who finished eighteenth in the classification of these first free practice sessions.

At the front, after Sasaki’s best time and with Moreira very close, finished Deniz Öncü, the Italian Andrea Migno (KTM), the Spanish Daniel Holgado (KTM), Xavier Artigas (CFMoto) and Jaume Masiá (Honda ), as well as David Alonso, the Japanese Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda) and the Spanish José Antonio Rueda (KTM).

Source: La Verdad


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