The Grand Prix of San Marino, which officially opened today,
saw the long-awaited return to the track of Pecco Bagnaia after a stop of three consecutive GPs.
Bagnaia got back in the saddle of his Desmosedici this morning and already during the FP1 he immediately completed 17 laps and affirmed that the feeling was positive.
In the afternoon session he completed other 17 laps and he made a good step forward by improving his time and regaining confidence.
A convincing start for Jack Miller who closed the FP1 in the top ten with a time of 1’33.502 at the eleventh lap, while in FP2 he was not able to express himself at his best and this caused some difficulties in the time findings.
The Australian driver closed in P17 in the combined session.