Nakagami, from the plane to lead FP1 to Termas


Japanese Taka Nakagami was the big surprise on this extraordinary first day at the Argentine GP where, due to logistical problems, he left 991 boxes with material from 16 teams on the grid, most of them MotoGP, in no man’s land. , two free trainings and three qualifying sessions were condensed. But fighting to arrive on time also had a pilot, Taka Nakagami, who on PCR test before leaving for Argentina tested positive for Covid. The ‘luck’ to him was just mild, he was able to be negative and because the whole program was delayed, he arrived on time this morning. And from the airport to the paddock and from there to the bike and to win FP1 in Argentina, the first free practice signed up this year.

After the previous step of two free sessions of Moto3 and Moto2, the track became clearer and it allowed the MotoGP boys who, although they lost two free sessions, extended the two contenders to go very fast until a time. . starting and Nakagami with his 1’39 “028 the most effective lead of 0” 127 to Quartararo and 0 “195 to Pol Espargaró. They completed the top-10 Aleix Espargaró, Bezzecchi, Rins, Oliveira, the winner from Indonesia, Viñales, Brad Binder and Joan Mir. Well the KTMs -one of the bikes was one of those to arrive this Saturday- Suzuki and Aprilia, surprise to Bezzecchi and his GP20, the first Ducati to be one of the last to arrive due to delays, and Quartararo at the top of a lap and already showing good speed.

19 drivers finished in less than a second and the top-10 at 0 ”399.

Source: La Verdad


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