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NAVARRO ON THE PACE AT LE MANS DESPITE TWO TUMBLES  

The opening day of action for the French GP could not have been better for Jorge Navarro, who was able to set the second-fastest time in today’s FP1 at Le Mans – in 1’37.223secs – while showing a great pace aboard his Kalex machine #9.

The afternoon session, however, was not as kind to the Spaniard: the rider of Team Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 crashed unhurt twice, something which halted his progression and on-track work ahead of tomorrow’s qualifying.

Free Practice 3 will therefore be extremely important for the young Spaniard, who will have to get back the feeling he had with the bike this morning, in order to bridge the already-slim gap separating him from the top of the timesheets.

5th – JORGE NAVARRO #9

“We had a great feeling this morning whereas this afternoon, after making some changes to the rear-end of the bike, I immediately crashed – as I also ran over the white line of the circuit. I considered it to be my mistake and did not give too much importance to it. On the first lap after getting back on track, however, I crashed with no apparent reason. The front tucked and I was thrown off the bike: it was a strange crash because I had new tyres on and I wasn’t pushing – I was just trying to get the feeling back. We will analyse the data and see what happened: the important thing it to be ready tomorrow, the same way we were in FP1 today.”


NAVARRO ON THE PACE AT LE MANS DESPITE TWO TUMBLES    - Gresini Racing
NAVARRO ON THE PACE AT LE MANS DESPITE TWO TUMBLES    - Gresini Racing
NAVARRO ON THE PACE AT LE MANS DESPITE TWO TUMBLES    - Gresini Racing

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