The Italian Tony Arbolino (Honda) became the first leader of the Grand Prix of the Valencian Community of Moto3 at circuit “Ricardo Tormo” practically in the last minute of the opening session.
The Spanish Raul Fernandez (KTM) was one of the outstanding pilots from the first minutes of training although together with him they also sought to become the reference of the smallest of the categories pilots such as Italian Romano Fenati (Husqvarna) or the South African Darryn binder (KTM), the one who lasted the longest at the front of the table until the final minutes, at which point almost everything was applied to seek an improvement in their records.
In that attempt the Italians Celestino Vietti and Andrea Migno, teammates in the Sky VR46, who usually ride together to take advantage of each other’s work in certain areas of the track, ended up rolling on the ground after making a mistake Vietti in turn eleven that made him jump through the air and in his fall Migno He couldn’t avoid his motorcycle and also ended up on the floor.
Before them, the Czech also suffered a heavy fall Filip salac, who had to be treated by circuit assistants and later transferred to a medical center due to a severe blow to the chest.
With less than five minutes of training ahead, Raúl Fernández recovered the first position while the world leader, also Spanish Albert Arenas (KTM) managed to gain quite a few positions, although the Turk Denis Öncü (KTM), who also suffered a fall at the beginning of the session, climbed up to the first position, although the joy was short-lived as he also recovered the first position that Fenati held at some point.
But the final maelstrom turned in favor of Tree with his new record after an impeccable fourth quarter, ahead of the Turk Öncü, the Italian Fenati and the spanish Jeremy Alcoba (Honda) and Raul Fernandez.
Jaume Masiá (Honda) improved notably compared to last weekend, in which he “choked” the set-up of his motorcycle at the “Ricardo Tormo” circuit and finished eighth, Sergio garcia (Estrella Galicia 0’0 Honda) was eleventh, just ahead of the world leader, Albert Sands, which was immediately followed by the Japanese Ai Ogura (Sling).
Carlos Tatay (KTM) finished in eighteenth position, with Alonso lopez (Husqvarna), twenty-third.