SportMotoGPMiller leads Assen start in heavy rain

Miller leads Assen start in heavy rain

As he did at the Sachsenring a week ago, Jack Miller was the fastest driver in the first free practice of the weekend for the Dutch Grand Prix, which was held this Friday morning completely in the wet, with heavy rain at the start , leaving the track completely wet, and getting less as the minutes progressed, but without stopping raining for a single moment.

Miller ended up stopping the clock in 1.42.589 thirty seconds from the end of the session. The Australian had led almost the entire practice, showing his usual expertise in these complicated conditions, but in the last ten minutes of practice, when all the drivers were on soft wet tires, up to four different ones came to lead: Pecco Bagnaia, Maverick Viñales and Pol Espargaró, who lowered his best time to three times with a 1.42.891 that put him first, but which was surpassed at the last minute by both Miller and Joan Mir, who at the last minute placed second ahead of the Honda rider.

Fourth finished Alex Márquez in one of his best training sessions of the course, beating Miguel Oliveira, the injured Alex Rins, who despite continuing to suffer with his left command finished seventh, Johann Zarco, Jorge Martín, who also drags the operation on his right hand and that still causes him a lot of pain, closing the top 10 and the list of provisionally classified for Q2, Maverick Viñales.

Bagnaia was eventually 11th, with championship leader Frenchman Fabio Quartararo 17th. Within the chapter of falls, the session ended, despite the complicated conditions, with only two, those of Marco Bezzecchi and Enea Bastianini, both in turn 1 at the end of the straight, and with Gresini finishing last the session after a tremendous blow that took him to the protection fence.

Classification of the FP1 of the 2022 Dutch GP of MotoGP

Cla # Pilot Motorcycle laps Weather Difference Interval Km/h Top speed
1 43 Australia Jack Miller Ducati 14 1’42.589 159,385 0
2 36 SpainJoan Mir Suzuki 17 1’42.698 0.109 0.109 159.216 0
3 44 Spain Pol Espargaro Sling 16 1,42,891 0.302 0.193 158,917 0
4 73 Spain Alex Marquez Sling 17 1,42,959 0.370 0.068 158,812 0
5 41 Spain Aleix Espargaró April 13 1’43,030 0.441 0.071 158,703 0
6 88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM 19 1’43.091 0.502 0.061 158,609 0
7 42 SpainAlex Rins Suzuki 12 1’43.116 0.527 0.025 158.570 0
8 5 France Johann Zarco Ducati 21 1’43.150 0.561 0.034 158.518 0
9 89 Spain Jorge Martin Ducati 21 1’43,189 0.600 0.039 158,458 0
10 12 SpainMaverick Viñales Aprilia 19 1’43.417 0.828 0.228 158.109 0

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