Alex De Angelis and Josh Hook will start respectively from the third and fourth row in the last two races of the 2019 MotoE season scheduled tomorrow at the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia.
De Angelis was very strong in the free practice of #ValenciaGP. A little mistake in turn 4 caused him to lose precious tenths of a second without compromising a good qualifying position (P9).
Great progress for Josh Hook who has been at ease on the Energica Ego Corsa since the first free practice. The Australian was in the parc fermè for a long time and then finished with a precious 10th place.
P9 – Alex De Angelis
I could have done better but I lost control of the rear in qualifying and this did not allow me to stay in the first two rows. The feeling is still very good and I think I can be very competitive tomorrow.
P10 – Josh Hook
We’ve made great step forward. I felt comfortable in free practice. The E-pole is always very demanding on its own. I am still very confident because I have found the best feeling since the start of the season.