MotoGP Saturday started with many surprises


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The end of the 2020 season of MotoGP and the drivers want to get past this rare schedule as quickly as possible. After the pandemic and many complications, the organization of the category did a great job, despite what was happening with the passing of the dates. This morning the third free practice session took place.

Jack miller took the fastest time of the weekend (so far). The Australian was finding a lot of grip and speed that were essential to qualify for the second part of the day. With a time of 1m39s205, he sealed first place and momentarily made his name in Q2.

The locality that imposed Miguel Oliveira in the first part of the weekend it seemed to put him on the highest for all of Friday. However, the Portuguese could only repeat the good level in the third session of the Grand Prix. With a time of 1m39s330, he could rest assured that he will enter directly into the fight for pole position. Oliveira was almost 1 tenth behind Miller.

Third finished Alex Rins. The Spaniard once again put his name on top and showed that he can live up to his teammate and current champion, Joan Mir. Mir finished 15th, seven tenths behind Miller. On the other hand, this morning’s criticism was of little use to Valentino rossi. The Italian was again at the bottom of the pack, in 20th place.

Classification schedule

Starting at 11:10 AM in Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Asunción and Montevideo, the classification of the Portuguese Grand Prix will begin. At 10:10 AM from Caracas and La Paz. As for Bogotá, Quito and Lima at 09:10 AM. In Mexico City it will be at 08:10 AM. The transmission will be through ESPN and the MotoGP premium platform service

Combined results of the workouts. Source: MotoGP


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