Jack Miller conquers a great P4 in the qualifying for the Gran Premio de Aragon at the end of an exciting Q2 in which he fought until last lap for the front row. Positive indications for the Australian rider also come from the FP4 in which his race pace was extremely incisive
After Friday’s free practice, in Fp3 Pecco doesn’t have the chance to try to win the direct qualification to Q2 qualification and in Q1 he doesn’t manage to take the step that would have allowed him to get closer to the first two places (+0.428 from Q2). The Italian rider will start tomorrow from the sixth row (P16).
P16 – Pecco Bagnaia
In FP4 we have gathered important data to understand which tyre to use in tomorrow’s race. In qualifying I gave my all but couldn’t do better. All things considered, I think we have the chance to fight for the Top 10.
P4 – Jack Miller
I am very happy for what we did in qualifying and the fourth position allows us to start with the group ahead. If I have to be honest, I am really satisfied with what we did in FP4 too, with a 17-lap long run in which the race pace was very positive.