Japanese Tatsuki Suzuki set the fastest qualifying time this Saturday for the Moto3 Italian Grand Prix ahead of World Championship leader Pedro Acosta. A session which was marked by the impressive fall of Jason Dupasquier, Ayumu Sasaki and Jeremy Alcoba. On a circuit offering the longest straight line in the World Championship, the search for aspiration was key for this Saturday’s Moto3 qualifying. In this game, the Japanese Tatsuki Suzuki was the best, setting the best time in qualifying, a track record as a bonus. The SIC58 Squadra Corse rider will start on the front row on Sunday alongside World Championship leader Pedro Acosta (KTM Ajo) and Gabriel Rodrigo (Indonesian Gresini). A qualifying session that was marked by a terrible fall in the last moments of the Swiss Jason Dupasquier, Ayumu Sasaki and Jeremy Alcoba. The first city seems to have lost control of his motorbike within the peloton, Sasaki not being able to avoid his motorbike before being kicked out into the air. In the tumult, Alcoba also fell but the Spaniard emerged from the circuit on foot. On the other hand, Sasaki was quickly evacuated by the marshals, while concerns are focused on the Swiss. Supported in the middle of the track by rescuers, the pilot was immobilized for 40 ‘before being evacuated by helicopter to the hospital in Florence for “in-depth examinations”, according to the organization. read also Moto3 Qualifying Results

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