Yesterday’s day at Silverstone was marked by early confirmation of Pedro Acosta’s absence from British Grand Prix, who was ultimately denied permission from doctors to take part in the final X-ray this weekend early Friday. was made, the doctors did not clearly see the consolidation of the callus from the fracture of his left femur.
The Mazarrón man has returned to Spain to try and speed up the deadlines for the next appointment on the calendar, the Austrian Grand Prix, on the 21st.
On the other hand, Quartararo imposed his power on the Aprilias at a good level yesterday. The action returned to MotoGP with ten riders in less than half a second on a day dominated by the Frenchman and Joan Mir behind. “This track has a lot of ‘flow’,” Joan Mir explained graphically, second at the start of the British Grand Prix on a track, Silverstone, where his Suzuki won in the hands of Maverick Vinales in 2016 and Álex Rins in 2019. « The Suzuki is a motorcycle that is very well balanced. And I think this is a big point in our favor,” continued the Mallorcan, who was 154 thousandths behind Fabio Quartararo. The Frenchman is another bike that is well managed because at the moment he is the only one doing it, he also has that ‘flow’, the ability to smoothly couple corners, a traditional quality of these two Japanese bikes. Also of the Aprilia, the prototype with which Aleix Espargaró wants to take on the current world champion and winner at Silverstone in 2021. In Moto2, Augusto Fernández, co-leader and who just won in Assen, conducted a race in which Acosta could not run either.
Source: La Verdad