Foggia bends the entire Spanish representation

06/04/2022 at 10:34


The Italian beat Sergio García Dols (GasGas), David Salvador (Husqvarna), Daniel Holgado (KTM) and Jaume Masiá (KTM)

Izan Guevara, the fastest in practice on Friday, dedicated himself to testing race pace and was ninth

The Italian Dennis Foggia (Honda), who for a few moments could be seen in the workshop disgusted by his performance, ended up defeating the entire Spanish representation in the third and final free practice session of the Moto3 Grand Prix of Catalonia.

Foggia set a best final time of 1:47.765, ahead of Sergio Garcia Dols (GasGas), david savior (Husqvarna), Daniel Holgado (KTM) and Jaume Masia (KTM).

The Spanish david savior (Husqvarna) was the first, practically at the first change, who managed to “scratch” a few tenths off his best time, which allowed him to go from eighteenth place to twelfth place and, therefore, provisionally placed in the second direct classification, but his behavior did nothing but improve throughout the session, which ended in third position, only surpassed by Dennis Foggia and Sergio Garcia Dols.

After him, he achieved the same goal Dennis Foggia to gain a position and become second, although it did not take long for the world leader, the Spanish, to recover that position Sergio Garcia Dols (GasGas), although there were more than twenty minutes of practice ahead and the pace set by the riders in the smallest category in the championship presaged numerous changes.

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Foggia He rose shortly after to first place, but the world leader was not willing to give up an inch “at home” and a lap later he snatched the position from him by just 188 thousandths of a second and still with a pass through the workshops to mount the last new tire from the session.

In that last pass through workshops Foggia managed to put everything in its place and the last fast lap he starred in allowed him to climb to the top of the table, while the Spanish Izan Guevara (GasGas), who had been the fastest of the two sessions on the first day, was gradually losing positions, but there was a clear explanation for this situation.

Izan Guevara he dedicated himself to finding race rhythm and for a few minutes he was riding alone on the track, working with that race rhythm, without worrying about the fastest lap, because at that moment he was fourth in the time table just over three tenths of a second of the leader, his own teammate, although in the end he had to settle for the final ninth place.

They also got the pass to the second direct classification the Australian joel kelso (KTM), the Italian Matteo Bertelle (KTM), the British John McPhee (Husqvarna), the Turkish Deniz Oncu (KTM) and the Spanish Carlos Tatay (CFMoto).

They stayed out Iván Ortolá (KTM), Adrián Fernández (KTM), Xavoer Artigas (CFMoto), David Muñoz (KTM), Ana Carrasco (KTM) and Marcos Uriarte (Honda).