Bastianini leads FP2, but can't beat Lowes in Brno

Bastianini leads FP2, but can't beat Lowes in Brno

The Italian Enea Bastianini (Kalex) could not with the best morning time of the British Sam Lowes (Estrella Galicia 0’0 Kalex), which ended up becoming the best time of the first day of free practice for the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic Moto2 at the Brno circuit.


Lowes ‘morning time (2’02.480) found no answer in the afternoon, although Bastianini, the winner of the last Jerez race, did avoid Lowes’ double that in the afternoon session finished second, 33 thousandths behind him. with Luca Marini at 0 ”110 and Jorge Navarro at 0” 134. The first 17 finished in just over 1 ”which attests to equality.

But the falls have been the protagonists of this session, with accidents involving Simone Corsi, Jorge Martín (Kalex), who in his case has been able to return to the box to repair the damage, until he finished eighteenth. Marco Bezzecchi, third in Jerez, also suffered a fall on the descent that prevented him from continuing his training.

Nor was the world leader, Tetsuta Nagashima (Kalex) spared with less than ten minutes to go, leaving his bike badly damaged, which prevented him from continuing or defending his seventh position. Thanks to the morning time clock he held on in sixth place in the combined behind Navarro.

The rookie Arón Canet (Speed ​​Up) was another of those affected by the conditions of the track, very bumpy, when he fell on his last lap and in turn five when he sought to improve his time from a very delayed twentieth position of the session that was the twenty-third at the end of the day.

Augusto Fernández finished eleventh thanks to the great morning time, with Xavi Vierge (Kalex) sixteenth, Jorge Martín eighteenth, Edgar Pons (Kalex) in twenty-fourth position, Marcos Ramírez (Kalex), twenty-sixth, and Héctor Garzó (Kalex), in twenty-ninth.

Latest posts