The rain disrupts the plans of leader Albert Arenas in the third practice session

The rain that began to fall during the third free practice of the Grand Prix of the Valencian Community of Moto3 on the circuit Ricardo Tormo de Cheste has disrupted the plans of the world leader, the Spanish Albert Arenas (KTM), and many other riders who on the first day did not achieve the goal of achieving a pass for the second direct classification.

With the arrival of the rain, which did not appear in the weather forecasts, the records of the first day have ended up being good and that has left out of the second direct classification to Albert Arenas, but also pilots of the stature of the South African, Darryn Binder (KTM), the Spanish Carlos Tatay (KTM) Y Alonso López (Husqvarna) or the british John McPhee (Honda).

At the opposite pole, that of the fastest, is the Italian Tony Arbolino (Honda), who set the best time and a new record in the category, ahead of the Spanish Jaume Masiá (Honda) and Sergio garcia (Estrella Galicia 0’0 Honda).

Reference pilots such as Italians were also classified Romano Fenati (Husqvarna), Niccolo Antonelli (Sling), Ceslestino Vietti or Andrea Migno (KTM), the Japanese Tatsuki suzuki (Sling), Kaito Toba (KTM) and Ai Ogura (Honda), the main rival of the world leader, in addition to the Spanish Raul Fernandez (KTM), winner of last weekend’s race on this same stage, and Jeremy Alcoba (Sling).