Saturday arrived and with it, the best lap times of the entire weekend of Italian Grand Prix from MotoGP. Unlike other Grands Prix, the third session of practice left the drivers very close to the fight for pole position, which will take place in the next few hours. Between 17 bikes there is a difference of no more than one second, so the classification promises to be exciting.
The first place on the times table went back to Francesco Bagnaia. The pilot of Ducati he improved by almost eight tenths the time he registered yesterday in the second round, and was the fastest of the weekend. ‘Pecco’ marked a time of 1m45s456, and qualified for the second part of the classification, unless someone can improve in the second part of the day.
Fabio Quartararo He took the necessary step forward to be back in the fight for pole position in Qualy in the next few hours. The French, who leads the championship of MotoGP, marked a time of 1m45s613 to get into second place and hope that some mistake or a sensational lap time will give him the first position of tomorrow’s start.
The surprise of the day gave her Brad binder. The South African, who achieved a victory in 2020, finished in third place. After a very frustrating year for KTM, its pilots took a small leap in performance, placing themselves somewhat higher. Binder did a time of 1m46s652, very close to Quartararo and two tenths of Baganaia.
Rossi and Marquez
Friday’s day had been catastrophic for Valentino Rossi. The Italian had been in 21st place in the batch and far behind the leaders. While he was able to make up some spots, he’s still out of the top 10. However, he’s less than a second behind the leader. For its part, Marc Márquez he is still physically limited, although he finished close to qualifying for the top 10, in 12th place.
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