Finally the action began at the Sachsenring circuit in MotoGP. The first free practice session of the German Grand Prix left a leader who had been promising good rhythms. Marc Márquez he returned with the best time of a session and led the pack of drivers on the grid. The Spaniard seems to be recovering from the injury to his right shoulder.
The one from Cervera had already been talking about the chance to be very competitive on the German circuit this weekend. The sheer amount of curves to the left make your injured shoulder suffer. That is why in the first session this Friday, he was the fastest and is emerging as a great candidate to return to victory, after more than a year of droughts for him and the team. Repsol.
Márquez achieved a time of 1m21s660. This record left him above Fabio Quartararo, which was back up, although not at the level of Márquez. 1m21s828 It was the time that marked the leader of the MotoGP championship. The Frenchman will seek to regain ground lost in the Catalan Grand Prix, where he could be sixth with two penalties above. Your pursuer on the table, Johann zarco, could barely be eighth this morning.
The top three was closed by another Sling. The Japanese brand, which had been giving its pilots a lot of problems, was able to regain a fairly competitive pace. However, the one who ranked third was Takaaki nakagami. The Japanese was almost three tenths slower than Marquez, and he was the second best Honda in the pack. Pol Espargaro, from Repsol, was also quite competitive, and finished fourth.
Nothing could be worse for Valentino Rossi, after the GP of Catalonia. However, this happened. The Italian idol could not even be in the top 10 of the timesheets and finished third to last, in 20th place. The time set by Valentino was 1m22s691, almost a second slower than Márquez, who is not at 100% physically.
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