Jack Miller will start the engine from the second row on the starting grid tomorrow for the European Grand Prix at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, Pecco Bagnaia will start from the sixth row.
Jack Miller after having already shot yesterday morning wet and in mixed conditions in the afternoon did not take part in the FP3.
In FP4 the Australian rider was immediately incisive and concluded a convincing session in P3.
Following the strategy of making only one run in Q2 Jack sets his best time on the first lap that will allow him to start tomorrow from a good second row.
Pecco opened the day with very positive indications, in FP3 during the first run he went out with rain tires, with the drying of the track he improved his time closing in P4. The FP4 that see him still protagonist in fourth position, unfortunately he had to pass from Q1.
In Q1 with the asphalt completely wet, the Italian rider closed in P7 trying to push to the maximum.
Until qualifying I can say that it was a positive day. I was strong both in FP3 and FP4 finishing fourth in both sessions. Unfortunately, in qualifying I was not able to use the full potential of the bike and it’s a shame because we were much stronger than that.
Q1 is always a big risk and you have to try to be strong since Friday.
It was not what we had hoped, but starting from the second row is always positive, I went out and at the first lap I made the time.
The track conditions were difficult to manage, but we always had a good pace all weekend and tomorrow we will try to do the best as always.