The Swiss rider Dominique Aegerter (Dynavolt Intact) achieved the best time on Monday in the first of the three days of official training for MotoE World Cup teams, which will take place at the Jerez-Ángel Nieto Circuit until Wednesday.
Aegerter, with 1: 47.873, achieved his fastest time in the second of the three sessions of the opening day of these tests, beating by only six thousandths the one he scored in the third and final round of the day, in which he was again the fastest, the organization reported.
The German Lukas Tulovic (Tech 3 E-Racing) was second in the global count, with a mark of 1: 48.379 obtained in the third session, while the rookie took third place among the eighteen riders participating in these electric motorcycle tests. Spanish Miquel Pons (LCR E-Team), with 1: 48.509 also in the final session of the day. Pons has made the news precisely because Jerez will go straight to Portimao to make a substitution in the Moto2 MV Agusta Forward Racing team, his World Cup debut. With 1’48 ”573 the world champion Jordi Torres has been placed behind them
In this third round, Aegerter finished with a time of 1: 47.879, very close to his record in the second session, making him the only rider able to drop twice one minute and 48 seconds.
In the first timed of these official tests, the current world champion of the specialty, the Spanish Jordi Torres (Pons Racing 40), was the fastest with a time of 1: 48.713, followed by Aegerter, second with 1: 48.981, and by the young Spanish Fermín Aldeguer (Openbank Aspar Team), third with 1: 49.009.
Behind Aegerter’s best time, Torres was second in the second round of the day, with 1: 48.573, while Brazilian Eric Granado (One Energy Racing) entered third with 1: 48.725.
These tests are the second and last before the start of the World Championship, which will play its first scoring event in May, precisely in Jerez within the calendar of the MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix, which for the other categories (MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3) It will be the fourth valid appointment.
In these tests the test riders of various MotoGP teams have also ridden, among them the Italian Andrea Dovizioso, three times runner-up in the world in the ‘queen’ category that has premiered with Aprilia.