The keys to the Silverstone race


The keys to the Silverstone race

1. Fabio Quartararo’s long lap.

The French driver, currently the provisional leader, had to serve the penalty imposed on him in the last GP at some point in the first 4 laps. In theory you shouldn’t waste too much time here; another thing is how many positions are left in this maneuver. He will start in the second row of the grid

2. The physical condition of Aleix Espargaró.

Fortunately, he has been declared fit to race after his heavy crash in FP4 today, but the second-placed rider in the championship will be physically drained. His career must have been a torturous one.

3. The departure of Maverick Viñales.

He starts on the front row, in FP4 today he showed he has the rhythm to win, and as always, when he’s fast in practice he’s fast in the race. If that ends in a good result that his training sessions predict, it depends, as Viñales always does, on his start, in the first 500 meters of the race.

4. Poleman Johann Zarco.

The French rider rode 95 GPs in MotoGP, signed eight pole positions, something that is within the reach of very few, but did not win any races. At Silverstone, in addition to setting a new circuit record, he finished first in FP4, the session where the riders ride their bikes in race configuration, clearly showing himself as the strongest rider in training. Is today finally the day you win your first GP in this category?

Suzuki pilots exits.

Starting eleventh and twelfth, on paper the options for the podium of Alex Rins and Joan Mir were very few. But both have shown amazing “rocket starts” this season that have put them in races where they weren’t expected. Pay attention to them tomorrow. The first lap for both will be key for the rest of the race, something that will force them to take big risks.

Source: La Verdad


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