Dixon left Arenas without a pole in Assen by 11 thousandths


Dixon left Arenas without a pole in Assen by 11 thousandths

The Inde GasGas Aspar Team got a double in Moto2 qualifying for the Dutch Grand Prix, a Q2 in which British Jake Dixon dodged the first pole of his career for Gironan Albert Arenas caressing it a few seconds from the end . 11 thousandths separated the two drivers, relegating Sachsenring poleman Sam Lowes to third place.

Augusto Fernández, who in this Grand Prix is ​​missing the good teamwork of his Red Bull KTM teammate Ajo Pedro Acosta – has left Dexeus after surgery on the femur of his left leg and returned home- , had become king of the Free of 65 thousandths in a thriving Albert Arenas threatening from Le Mans adding the result he deserved.

Navarro who came from Q1 became the first reference with 1’36 ”860 and 1’36” 836 in his first two laps launched, although the second of them was canceled. Leader Vietti was the first well-thrown when he went into the duel with an 8 minute timing and would start on the eleventh, the Italian continued to weaken sharply as his name was linked to a jump in MotoGP may finally not take place for 2023.

Poleman in Sachsenring Sam Lowes replaced Navarro (1’36 ”767) at the provisional pole and Roberts was third. Augusto Fernández was temporarily 11th when he returned to the pit to change tires.

Albert Arenas dedicated the provisional pole with a 1’36 ”747 with 1’50” left, the one from Girona stroking his first pole since he hadn’t even started even in his year as Moto3 champion in 2020 and He was second in the Sachsenring, but then 0 “272 behind Lowes. But his teammate Jake Dixon stole it from him in the extreme 11 thousandths (1’36” 736), his second in the year after Mandalika. The fifth will leave Alonso López between Ogura and Jorge Navarro, from the ninth Augusto Fernández could not pass and the 15th Manu González.

Through Q1, Jorge Navarro continued to fight for pole position in the intermediate category, with the best time of the weekend (1’36 ”912) for him, Zaccone, Manu González and Baltus and Fermín Aldeguer starting in 20th, was left 22nd Marcos Ramírez, 23rd Jeremy Alcoba and 26th Alex Toledo.

Canet joined Acosta and will also not run in the race

This Q1 is no longer disputed by Arón Canet, who on his first morning exit required FP3 to say goodbye to the Grand Prix because he couldn’t stop a nosebleed because he had a broken nose since he was in a traffic accident ten days ago in Valencia and affects a capillary. They tried to fix it on Friday afternoon at a hospital in Assen, but they exacerbated the illness and more blood flowed with each braking of the Kalex. He tried, as he did at the Sachsenring, but this time it was impossible for Corbera and it was better to stop and recover for sure.

Source: La Verdad


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