As the weekend progressed, the chance of it raining during the races -14: 00- increased. First it was less than 30%, after Q2 it rose to 60%. And the worst is that the forecast is not for solid rain but for a storm.
2. Pay attention to the first step in the chicane!
It’s rare to start at Le Mans that doesn’t end in a chicane scrum. With Alex Rins -with the best pace in practice together with Quartararo- forced to hook up with the group in front before they escape, maybe there’s a tomato there.
3. The time of rain.
The key of the keys is at the time of the appearance of the rain. The race can start on the wet tarmac and dry as it goes on, or start to dry and get wet if the expected storm hits. Both in one case and in another, the management of the entrance to change the motorcycle will be decisive.
4. Public pressure.
Since the house is full and people are so focused, it’s hard to imagine Quartararo and Zarco being able to insulate themselves from that pressure. Attention to your early career; They can be especially intense.
5. Stop Bagnaia.
The Italian driver seems to have “woke up” after his win at Jerez. If the ground is dry tomorrow, he is the top favorite. And in the water last year he finished second behind his teammate Miller, who will start next to him tomorrow from the front row.
Source: La Verdad
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