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STRONG PACE FOR FERRARI IN JEREZ FREE PRACTICE  

It is quite unusual to analyse the timesheets and find Matteo Ferrari ‘only’ sixth, but his goal in today’s free practice sessions at Jerez de la Frontera was clearly not to focus on the single-lap performance.

The reigning MotoE world cup champion tried several settings in order to find the right feeling with the front fork. The standard bearer of Team Trentino Gresini ended up 0.448secs shy of the today’s quickest lap but with great motivation ahead of the remaining two days of this season opener.

The other side of the garage is unfortunately – but only temporarily – empty, as Alessandro Zaccone is due to undergo surgery for the injury suffered on Wednesday, and will do so at the HLA Jerez Puerta del Sur.

6th – MATTEO FERRARI #11 – 1’48.979

“We did a good job and managed to make up for the time lost on Wednesday. It’s true, we’re only sixth, but we worked exclusively on our race pace, and in that department at the moment I see only Granado as a real threat. In the afternoon we didn’t try new tyres so we’ll have more for tomorrow especially for the morning session which will have similar temperature to the race. We have solved the issues with the front fork – which was the main area to fix – and in FP2 we also addressed some things on the rear-end. We will have to do a long run tomorrow, and also add some quick laps at the beginning. I would like also to send a hug to Alessandro – we cannot wait to have you back.”


STRONG PACE FOR FERRARI IN JEREZ FREE PRACTICE    - Gresini Racing
STRONG PACE FOR FERRARI IN JEREZ FREE PRACTICE    - Gresini Racing
STRONG PACE FOR FERRARI IN JEREZ FREE PRACTICE    - Gresini Racing

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