SportMotoGPOliveira rules under the deluge in Portimão

Oliveira rules under the deluge in Portimão

Portimao.- The local idol, winner of the second round of the course, in Mandalika, warned on Friday that his feelings were much better than his position in the time table (sixth).

This Saturday, Oliveira was one of the six riders who were able to improve their record from the previous day and in what way. After him finished Joan Mir, another of those who became strong in the first minutes of training, before the sky completely broke and left the track at the limit of what was practicable. That caused many runners to roll on the ground. One of the victims of these adverse conditions was Marc Márquez, who was catapulted from his Honda and landed, again on his head, even though the Catalan got up immediately without further consequences. The multi-champion finished fifth thanks to the record achieved on Friday, a day in which he led the standings.

The third fastest was Fabio Quartararo, who finished ahead of Brad Binder, while Pol Espargaró (sixth) also made a good performance the day before. Marco Bezzecchi, another of those who was able to verify the hardness of the stones that fill the loopholes of the track, was seventh, while Johann Zarco (eighth), Aleix Espargaró (ninth) and Jack Miller (tenth) closed the group of runners who They will go directly to the second screen of the timed one (Q2).

The other two who will join her will come out of the brawl that will hold several of the first swords of the championship. Like Enea Bastianini (19th) and Alex Rins (22nd), leader and second in the World Championship at this point in the film, and also Pecco Bagnaia (13th), who will have to earn his way to Q2 for the third time in the five grand prix that have been held to date.

MotoGP FP3 Classification:

Cla # Pilot Motorcycle laps Weather Difference Interval Km/h Top speed
1 88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM fifteen 1,50,552 152,529 0
2 36 SpainJoan Mir Suzuki 9 1’50.601 0.049 0.049 152.461 0
3 20 France Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 13 1’50.606 0.054 0.005 152.454 0
4 33 South AfricaBrad Binder KTM 16 1’50.659 0.107 0.053 152.381 0
5 5 France Johann Zarco Ducati 15 1’51.243 0.691 0.584 151,581 0
6 41 Spain Aleix Espargaró April 15 1’51,248 0.696 0.005 151,574 0
7 43 Australia Jack Miller Ducati 17 1’51.253 0.701 0.005 151,568 0
8 93 Spain Marc Márquez Sling 6 1,51,385 0.833 0.132 151,388 0
9 21 Italy Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 19 1’51,455 0.903 0.070 151.293 0
10 72 Italy Marco Bezzecchi Ducati 16 1’51.511 0.959 0.056 151.217 0

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