Pedro Acosta, brand new Moto3 champion, in his debut year in the World Championship, is already a full-fledged Moto2 rider. At the age of 17 in May, the Murcian made his debut at the Kalex handlebar of the Red Bull KTM Ajo team at Ángel Nieto in Jerez. It was on a private test day, so there is no timing service for the World Championship, but there is for the Andalusian track, which says that El Tiburon de Mazarrón started thirteenth on a grid with many new features, 1.1 behind Vietti’s lead. And he has completed 41 laps.

The Italian stopped the clock at 1: 41.706, which is one second behind the track record, held by Remy Gardner, when he took pole in the last Spanish GP with 1: 40.667.

TO Vietti has followed him in the Canet times table (at 0.226), which makes his debut in the team of Sito Pons in the front positions. I have followed the Valencian Aldeguer. The Murcian from La Ñora, proclaimed this year’s Moto2 European champion and present intermittently in the World Championship, will be a fixture on the grid next year and we will have to be very attentive to him because his potential is also very great.

After the three heads, Dixon, Corsi and Fernández. Augusto changes his team again this year and arrives at the Red Bull KTM Ajo box, which he shares with the phenomenon Acosta and to whom the number 37 has not been yielded. They both wanted that number and the Majorcan has kept it by seniority. Thus, Pedro has opted for 51.

Further behind have finished Arenas (11), Ramírez (15), Navarro (19) and Alcoba (22). Tomorrow they will hit the track again.


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