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Catalan GP – Jack Miller tomorrow will start from the second row, Pecco from the fifth row

Qualifying day for the Pramac Racing Team at the Catalan GP, tomorrow Jack and Pecco will start from the second and fifth line respectively at the Barcelona-Catalunya circuit.
Despite today Jack Miller had a better feeling compared to yesterday in the FP3 he could not make it to Q2. But thanks to an impeccable Q1, of which he was the protagonist (P1), the Australian rider gained access to Q2. During Q2 Jack was sharp and managed to close the first run in P2 while in the second run he gained the fourth place with 1’39.225 and therefore ending within the second line of tomorrow’s starting grid.
Pecco Bagnaia, who had quite a good start in FP3 only missed 35 hundredths of a second to get to Q2. The Italian rider had a good Q1 and closed the first run in P4, during the second run Pecco managed to lower his time even more with 1:39.777 but he won’t gain access to Q2 by 1 tenth of a second only.

Pecco Bagnaia

I will start from 14th place and I’m not happy about it. During the Q1 I messed up because I wasn’t fast in T4 otherwise I would have been in Q2. It will be a difficult race, I think that the pace will be slower and the most important thing will be the tires retaining, no one expected that the conditions would be like these. I have to do a good start and to recover positions since the first laps. I’m confident for tomorrow because I know to have a good race pace and I can take an advantage thanks to the engine of Ducati.

Jack Miller

I’am quite happy with the set up that we have tried during FP4, I definitively had a better feeling.
Today’s weather conditions were acceptable and the wind was not as strong as yesterday, which helped.
We have to be very careful due to the lack of grip. I hope to have a good race tomorrow.

2020-09-26T18:08:41+02:0026 September 2020|News|0 Comments
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