The E-pole at the Angel Nieto Circuit in Jerez de la Frontera ended in a good way for the Octo Pramac Team.
Alex De Angelis and Josh Hook conquers the top ten once again. After a difficult FP3, the rider from San Marino did his best time during the E-pole in 1’48.863 (+ + 0.705 from the leader) finishing in the 7th position.
Josh Hook started vey well and he found the right feeling with bike.
The Australian rider closed his E-pole in 9th position with a fasted lap in 1’49.255.
Alex De Angelis
Good qualifying, seventh place is good.
My chances of the bike and the team are higher.
We decided to go back to the set up we had Friday, and I’m sure that’s the right way.
I am ready for tomorrow!
Today we made a step, the lap time was quite good.
We are doing better than last week, and I will start in a better position tomorrow so we will be able to fight for the top 6.
I’m very positive and I cannot wait to race.