Assen (Netherlands), Jun 25 (EFE).- Japan’s Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna) achieved his first pole position of the season, and the second of his sporting career, being the fastest in the official classification for the Grand Prix of Moto3 Netherlands which on Sunday will compete at the TT Assen circuit.
Sasaki, who recorded his previous best training rating at Germany 2019, lapped on his penultimate trip in 1:41.206 and for 66 miles of a second doubled to his compatriot Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda), who crashed late in the session without finishing damage, and with the Spaniard Izan Guevara (GasGas) in the tercera square and as the only one of the pilots that I try to work and get his best times practically all the time alone.
In full case of the pilots in the first classification, they managed to move to the second classification Daniel Holgado (KTM), Adrián Fernández (KTM) and Xavier Artigas (CFMoto), in addition to the Italian Stefano Nepa (KTM), but Iván Ortolá ( KTM), twenty-first to the final, Carlos Tatay (CFMoto), who won the twenty-third, and María Carrasco (KTM), before the penultimate.
There were many drivers in the group in a first classification that clearly awaits the turn of their rivals, which could have been a foreboding that Dirección de Carrera would impose sanctions.
Nothing more to say was the Spaniard Jaume Masiá (KTM) who became leader of the second classification, ahead of the Japanese Ayumu Sasaki (Husqvarna) and the also Hispanic Adrián Fernández (KTM), si bien la tanda no había hecho más que comenzar y el cielo cubierto no presagiaba nada bueno, so todos los pilots applies to the background to avoid last-minute unpleasant surprises.
But it was very late in the verse, surpassed first by David Muñoz (KTM) and later by Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda), while the world leader, the Spaniard Sergio García Dols (GasGasparcia costarle coger the rhythm and was in a late seventeenth position, penultimate of the second classification, among his teammate Izan Guevara was seventh and he was always running solo.
Guevara continued with his strategy of riding in solitary on the second outing, in which Suzuki held firm in first position, 1:41.362, with David Muñoz and Jaume Masiá after that, and recognized its fruits with the possibility of completing one more bike, Izan Guevara was in second place, before the British John McPhee (Husqvarna) lost him with no options to improve in the yellow belt in the first sector of the circuit.
Like McPhee, he also ended up playing for Tatsuki Suzuki without the possibility of defending his position, which he snatched from Ayumu Sasaki, who stood in front of him and was not affected by the yellow bands that waved at some points on the circuit.
Guevara ended up in the third plaza, first line of exit, so much so that the world leader, Sergio García Dols, could not address his trayectoria in the most minimal way and ended up in a late tenth position, last place in the second classification and, therefore, with the situation is very compromised with the championship for the exit of its Low Countries, in which if it doesn’t get much better, it could lose the leadership of its own teammate’s brothers.
The second line of the starting line-up for David Muñoz (KTM), the best debutante in the con creces category, along with Dennis Foggia (Honda) and Jaume Masiá.
In the third will be Adrián Fernández, Frenchman Lorenzo Fellon (Honda) and Spaniard Xavier Artigas (CFMoto), with Australian Joel Kelso (Honda), John McPhee and Daniel Holgado in the next.
Juan Antonio Llados
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