The Moto2 category will have a trio of Spanish riders on the front row of the grid at the British Grand Prix tomorrow, with the World Championship leader Alex Márquez on pole, accompanied by Jorge Navarro and Augusto Fernández. Márquez, whose brother will start from the same position in MotoGP, stopped the clock at 2’04.374, some two seconds quicker than the circuit record that Franco Morbidelli set in 2017. The resurfacing of the track has been met with approval from the riders, who are looking forward to tomorrow’s race. The Moto2 race will start at 2:30pm.
Jake Dixon is aiming to make up positions tomorrow in the Moto2 race at the British Grand Prix. The Sama Qatar Angel Nieto Team rider improved his time from yesterday by half a second, but it was not enough to be able to move into Q2. Dixon cut the gap to riders like Brad Binder or Iker Lecuona and is hoping for even more in the race in front of his fans.
23rd Jake Dixon 2: 06.037:
“We have been able to find three more tenths to riders like Brad Binder or Iker Lecuona, but it is still not enough. When we improve in some aspects, we lose in other areas. Anyway, tomorrow we will keep pushing.”
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