17 September 2021 – Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli – Italy
The bad weather that arrived on the Santamonica did not touch the Moto3, that completed its two session of free practice on a dry track. We have to say that the rain that fell between the two sessions of free practice radically changed The conditions of the track, making it slower.
RoRomano confirmed is optimal shape, indeed he was among the faster in both the two rounds of free practice and he resulted to be in third position in the combined ranking. For him the time of 1’42.379, sealed in the FP1, with which he has a gap from the leader of the combined ranking D.Foggia of 0.370 s. To prove the excellent performance of Romano we can consider his ideal time, that is equal to 1’42.274, that is not that far from his best lap.
Adríàn is the first time that compete on the Misano World Circuit and this generated some normal difficulties. In the two rounds of practice he completed 33 laps, resulting to be in twenty-fifth position. 1’43.742 is his best lap and 1.733 s is the gap in the ranking.
To follow there are the statements of a Romano, Adrían, and Max Biaggi our Team Owner.
Romano Fenati: “It is nice to start the weekend in this way. From Aragòn we have some problem with the front wheel and we have to work on it for sure. I am focused on the qualifying that will be tomorrow because here in Misano it is important to start from the front . I think we can do it. With my team we have to do our best to try to win the race. Is important for the Championship. I am very happy with the work I do with my team.”
Adriàn Fernàndez: “Today was not an easy day, mainly due to the circuit new for me, but I did a good work with my team and I think that tomorrow will be better. I would like to thank my family and my team.”
Max Biaggi – Team Owner: “We started well this Grand Prix, thanks to the third place of Romano. We have to continue to work in order to confirm ourself tomorrow in the qualifying. I expect that the Adriàn would learn fast the track and will improve his performances.”