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GOOD START AT ARAGON FOR TEAM GRESINI MOTOGP

#AragonGP Free Practice. There is great optimism within the Team Gresini Racing MotoGP garage after an opening day of free practice that saw Enea Bastianini among the quickest riders on track. The young Italian rider, who has been on a constant growth performance-wise in this second part of the season so far, finished fourth in a day that saw 17 riders within one second.

Among them there is also Fabio Di Giannantonio, who was 16th and eight tenths of a second away from the top, but also only 0.3secs shy of a top ten that would guarantee him a direct seed to Q2. The feeling with both bike and track has improved after each and every run, with the rider #49 who managed to improved by almost two seconds across today’s FP sessions.

4th – ENEA BASTIANINI #23 (1’47.483s)

“Despite the very difficult track conditions, we managed to have a couple of good sessions. The track is surely slower and with little grip, however; we tried some modifications to the set-up but then we decided to revert back to something more ‘familiar’ while trying to adapt more to the track. There is surely plenty of margin for improvement, but it’ll also depend on track conditions. We’re working a lot on the front-end because so far I haven’t been able to perform at my best on corner entry and mid-turn. 

16th – FABIO DI GIANNANTONIO #49 (1’48.229s)

“Today was OK. We’re not too far from the leaders and we improved a lot compared to the morning session, but we need to find something extra because I don’t feel too comfortable on the bike. Generally speaking, there is very little grip on this track but I’m having a hard time especially in sectors two and four, where we lose a bit more.”


GOOD START AT ARAGON FOR TEAM GRESINI MOTOGP - Gresini Racing
GOOD START AT ARAGON FOR TEAM GRESINI MOTOGP - Gresini Racing
GOOD START AT ARAGON FOR TEAM GRESINI MOTOGP - Gresini Racing

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