The Italian Pecco Bagnaia Free 2 is signed up for the Dutch Grand Prix which began this Friday at the historic TT Circuit Assen, a day where the three fastest men on the grid, who were not at the table, once again showed their hegemony to others. And that conditions are changeable, it rains most of the day, but in the afternoon the last 15 minutes of FP2 have been put in jeopardy with slicks thanks to the fact that Assen’s grip both in water and mixed is one of the best of the calendar.
Bagnaia, Aleix Espargaró and Quartararo were separated by 0 “305 and from here the others had already lost by at least half a second. They had already completed the top-10 giving them a temporary spot for the Q2 Rins, Miller, Mir, Viñales, Brad Binder, Zarco and Bezzecchi.
Pending whether this Saturday morning’s FP3 will be dry and there will be an option to come out in Q2 are names like Bastianini, Jorge Martín, all Honda that work well on water and the rest of KTM.
Luca Marini was the first to put on slicks when Zarco had the best time in the water until that moment with 1’39 ”511 and once he lowered that time by two seconds, others were encouraged to wear of slicks, including World Cup leader Fabio Quartararo who has little interest in adventure.
And the quick turn was falling apart until Bagnaia left at 1’33 ”274 for what was his eighth time to dominate an FP this year.
Source: La Verdad
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