First free practice of the 2020 MotoGP season ends with Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia in 6th and 18th place respectively.
Jack Miller was very incisive in the FP1 where he closed in sixth position with the best time of 1:37.487 on lap 15.
In the FP2 Jack had some difficulties caused by wind and heat, but he was able to take advantage of this session to improve some technical aspects trying different set up.
Pecco Bagnaia during the FP1 f focused more on the technical aspects than the speed.
In the FP2, the Italian rider conquers the Top 10 with the best time of 1:38.625 on lap 5.
This morning during fp1 I didn’t change the tires, we preferred to focus on race pace because last year for me was very difficult to ride with old tires. During fp2 we were very fast both on time and pace and this was very important because the qualifying practice and the race will be in the same track conditions and we have to handle high temperatures. I’m happy because during fp2 despite the heat I could made a good chrono and I hasn’t got worse compared to fp1. We have to work, but in this moment I don’t have many changes to do. We are ready for tomorrow.
I’m very happy, today was the first real day of the Championship.
This afternoon I struggled a bit because of the wind and the heat.
We worked a lot in the box with the team to try to understand how we can improve in some corners.
It was a really positive first day and we have a good feeling with the bike since this morning.