September 11, 2021, Oléna Champlain

It was Dennis Foggia who brilliantly ended the series of free practice sessions at this specialty Grand Prix of Aragon, claiming the third and final on Saturday morning. The Leopard team driver, at the end of the year, stopped the stopwatch at 1’58.051, ahead of Izan Guevara (GAS GAS) and Darryn Binder (Petronas) only 25 thousandths.if (typeof __ez_fad_position! = ‘Undefined) ‘) {__ ez_fad_position (‘ div-gpt-ad-paddock_gp_com-box-3-0 ‘)};

The fourth time is for Gabriel Rodrigo (Gresini) who is ahead of the KTM of Deniz Oncu (KTM Tech3) and Sergio Garcia (GAS GAS). Niccolò Antonelli (Avintia) finished with the seventh fastest time, ahead of a very fit Lorenzo Fellon (SIC58 Squadra Corse) and Pedro Acosta (KTM Ajo). Andrea Migno completed the top ten. Romano Fenati (Max Racing Team) finished in thirteenth place and won direct access to Q2.

What will these Moto3 qualifiers in Aragon have in store for us? Before answering this question, here is the table which summarizes the facts known so far.

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The Q1 is the prerogative of Tatsuki Suzuki who set the benchmark in 1’58.345 and Salac. A duo followed by Sasaki and Toba who unfortunately fell in the last moments of the session. The mechanics of the CIP team will have to act quickly to allow their driver to honor his place in Q2 …

Job done for @ TatsukiSuzuki24! ✅ @ FilipSalac12, @ AyumuSasaki1 and @KaitoToba will join him in Q2 although the latter crashed late on, putting his participation in doubt! 💢 # Moto3 | #AragonGP 🏁

if (typeof __ez_fad_position! = ‘undefined’) {__ ez_fad_position (‘div-gpt-ad-paddock_gp_com-box-4-0’)}; The Q2 launches with 28 ° in the air and 43 ° on the track. We learn that Sergio Garcia will stay in Moto3 with the GasGas when he was already promised Moto2 in the same Aspar structure.

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Suzuki joined Binder in the 1,57 zone and therefore came in second. Rodrigo, Antonelli and Salac complete the top 5. Fellon is 14th. Acosta, for this first run, was definitely not out … Like his teammate Masia.

The last five minutes are launched. Toba falls again three minutes from goal. It’s the same turn 7 as in Q1. Darryn Binder is already in his box …

Just as he did late in Q1, the Japanese rider goes down at Turn 7! 💢 # Moto3 | #AragonGP 🏁

Under the checkered flag, Darryn Binder keeps his best time and he will share the first row with Rodrigo and Suzuki who nevertheless crashed. Garcia, Migno and Oncu will be on the second row. Pedro Acosta is only ninth, with Lorenzo Fellon behind him.

Second pole position of 2021 !!! 👏 @ DarrynBinder40’s early effort proves good enough, although the practice start needs a bit of work! 💪 # Moto3 | #AragonGP 🏁

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