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Valencia GP – Amazing Jack Miller tomorrow will start from the first row, Pecco Bagnaia from the third row

Brilliant qualifying for Jack Miller who conquered the first row tomorrow at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, Pecco Bagnaia  did very well too and tomorrow he will start from the third row.
Another productive day for Pramac Racing Team that after the FP3 has seen both riders have direct access to Q2.
The day opened with positive indications on track that sees Jack exploit the FP3 and FP4 to work on the long run in preparation for the race.
In the Q2 Miller had a strong feeling with his Ducati, and he did not miss an opportunity to show his skills by scoring the second time in qualifying at only 9 hundredths from the Leader.
The Australian rider makes a good first run, in the second run he managed to be more aggressive and sets a time of 1’30.287 which will be worth the first row tomorrow.
An incisive Pecco Bagnaia who continued to improve and gains an excellent eighth position on the starting grid.
The Italian rider after a solid FP3e FP4 that sees him working together with his team on the race pace.
In Q2 after the first run Pecco was in eleventh position, in the second run he managed to be  more incisive and with the time of 1:30.671 which gave him the eighth position on the grid.

Pecco Bagnaia

This is a track that fits well with my riding style and Ducati.
I’m happy because we managed to bring home a good result. Tomorrow in the race will be important the manage the tires and we must be competitive from the start because we are many fast riders very close to each other. I’m satisfied with the work done in these days with my team and I have a good race pace.

Jack Miller

I’m really happy for today, we deserved it.
We have worked very well since the FP3 and FP4 where we focused on the race pace.
In qualifying I was very fast and starting from the front row is always something positive.
Hopefully we will do well tomorrow because this weekend we were always strong.

2020-11-14T20:37:20+01:0014 November 2020|News|0 Comments
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