Surprises continue in Jerez. If on Friday it was Loris Baz with his Yamaha the one with the best time, with Jonathan Rea second and Rinaldi in third position, this Saturday in the Superpole
Scott Redding it has been kept the best record after an epoch battle with Rea and a Sykes who has sold his defeat dearly. For his part, Álvaro Bautista he had to settle for eighth fastest time and will start from the third row of the grid, although he has the consolation of being better than his teammate in Sling
Razgatlioglu He was the first to set some remarkable records, unleashing a spectacular mine of yours soon after. First was Sykes, who was looking for his pole 51, who with his BMW set a more than remarkable time, 1: 38.776; until Redding came with his Ducati and after a great lap he stopped the clock at the last minute of the Superpole at 1: 38.776.
But it remained to be seen what the five-time world champion would do. Jonathan Rea. Pole last year on this track, the pilot of Kawasaki He was not entirely fixed on the pole attempt and scored 1: 38.770 which earned him to achieve the second fastest time of the Superpole.
Three Britons in the front row of Jerez
Rea, who managed her time on lap 11, recognized that the race was going to be very tough due to the heat, while also pointing out some problems with her motorcycle, while Redding, who achieved the Superpole on lap number eight, recognized be very happy. The most ‘eloquent’ was as always Sykes, who said that the third position was “fantastic” and that he had achieved the goal, to be on the front line.
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