this French Johann Zarco (Ducati Desmosedici GP22) led the “overwhelming” dominance of the Borgo Panigale manufacturer’s prototypes. seven bikes out of the top ten classified at the end of the first day of free training Austrian MotoGP Grand Prix at the “Red Bull” circuit in Spielberg.

With a time of 1:29,837, Zarco was at the top of a timeline where Jack Miller, Jorge Martín, Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia, Luca Marini, Marco Bezzecchi and Enea Bastianini also joined Ducati. among the top tenFrance’s Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha YZR M 1) -fourth-, Spain’s Maverick Viñales (Aprilia RS-GP) -ninth-, and South African Brad Binder (KTM RC 16) are classified by tenth and eighth of the first nineteen seconds at most.

For the first time on completely dry asphalt, MotoGP riders were able to face the new variant of the Austrian circuit in excellent conditions in the second free practice lap with Australian Jack Miller (Ducati) apart from the fastest in the morning. Desmosedici GP22) was among the leading drivers. the only one who hasn’t been able to quickly lower his personal best time.

Miller’s like that in a few laps lost first place at the hands of his own teammateItalian “Pecco” Bagnaia (Ducati Desmosedici GP22) was followed by the world leader Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha YZR M 1) with only 21,000ths of a second.

Just moments later, attention fell on Spaniard Alex Rins, who had previously put the Suzuki GSX RR ahead. making a mistake in the new variant that caused it to run off the trackHis compatriot Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia RS-GP) was in last place within a few minutes of the ten-minute practice being played, which to some extent triggered alarms about a possible technical problem as well as physical problems. After the fall of the pilot Great Britain.

Rins did not hold out for very long as the leader, surpassed by Fabio Quartararo in 36,000ths of a second, Bagnaia in third and Aleix Espagaró tries to improve his classificationThis caused him to make a few mistakes in the form of a high-speed gravel ascent before climbing to eighteenth initially and then eleventh.

Quartararo held the lead for most of the session with 1:30.285, being chased by two Suzuki drivers Alex Rins and Joan Mir, and Jack Miller was on a white background at some points on the Austrian route (red) after improving the morning hours and just minutes before the first rain flags. intersect.

In the last ten minutes of the session The first change was made by the Spaniard Jorge Martín. (Ducati Desmosedici GP22) He took the lead with 1:30.119.In front of Johann Zarco and Jack Miller, Portugal’s Miguel Oliveira (KTM RC 16) landed at high speed on Turn 9 and dragged him almost over the entire shoulder.

On the next lap, Martín was the first to roll in one minute and 29 seconds, but was followed by both Zarco and Miller. top six finishersFrom Zarco to Bagnaia.

The words of Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda RC 213 V) during his visit to the championship the day before the start of the Grand Prix found their own special “echo” at the end of the first day; The Japanese manufacturer was more than a cautious twelfth position from Takaaki Nakagami, confirming the absence of a “project” that Márquez directed as an “employee”.

After Nakagami finished Alex Rins, that’s all fexcept for the second direct classificationPol Espargaró (Repsol Honda RC 213 V), Joan Mir, Alex Márquez (Honda RC 213 V) and Raúl, as well as Aleix Espargaró, who improved significantly compared to the start of the session but were not enough to reach his goal, Fernández (KTM RC 16), KTM He’s having quite a few problems figuring out his sporting future in the face of ‘s stubbornness to let him go.

this Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda) put at the top of the provisional classification of education at the end of the second round of free tests Austrian Grand Prix Moto3 at the “Red Bull Ring” circuit in the town of Spielberg, in front of Turkish Marine Pioneer (KTM) and British John McPhee (Husqvarna).

While the sun never appeared, at least it didn’t rain on the Spielberg circuit again. led to improved asphalt conditions for runoff free tests Moto3 where almost all riders drop the best morning hours at the first opportunity and in those moments the leaders come one after the other.

With each step above the finish line the author of the fastest lap was a different driver, Italian Stefano Nepa (KTM) started, but The Spaniards followed him at one point, Jaume Masá (KTM), Daniel Holgado (KTM) or Ivan Ortola (KTM), Japanese Ayum Sasaki (Husqvarna) and Tatsuki Suzuki (Honda), Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda) or British John McPhee (Husqvarna).