Canet’s second pole of the year

The Spanish Aron Canet (Kalex) got his second pole of the season after Portugal, being the fastest in the official classification for the Italian Moto2 GP, in the Mugello circuit, ahead of the also Spanish Peter Acosta (Kalex), with Britain’s Sam Lowes (Kalex) third. Canet achieved a fastest lap of 1:51.121 in the fifth of the seven laps he completed on the Tuscan track in the second Moto2 classification, with an advantage of 125 thousandths over Pedro Acosta, who became his most direct rival in practice in this eighth round of the motorcycling world championship.

Despite not achieving his goal in the free sessions, Alonso Lopez from Madrid (Darkwood) came out willing to try to get the pass to the second classification and on his third lap he took the lead (1:52.006), chased by the Italian Mattia Pasini (Kalex), a guest of Jorge Martínez “Aspar’s” team, who rode just twelve thousandths of a second slower and between the two a peculiar and particular struggle. As they were also placed in positions to qualify the German Marcel Schrotter (Kalex) and the Italian Tony Arbolino (Kalex) and from behind they were “squeezed” by Fermín Aldeguer (Boscoscuro), Somkiat Chantra (Kalex) and Marcos Ramírez (MV Agusta), among others.

In the end, Pasini got the best time, followed by his compatriot Arbolino and the Spaniards Fermín Aldeguer and Marcos Ramírez, which knocked out Spaniard Alonso López by just 26 thousandths of a second, nineteenth in the starting formation, with Jeremy Alcoba seventh, twenty-first at the start, with Manuel “Manugas” González (Kalex), twenty-seventh. The Spaniard Canet quickly took the lead, on his second lap, after the Italian Celestino Vietti first and the British Sam Lowes later had set the tone at the top of the time table, although the second classification had only just begun and all of them were unseated shortly after.

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Canet’s leadership was succeeded by his compatriot Pedro Acosta, pursued again by Mattia Pasini and the British Jake Dixon (Kalex), but the changes became a constant in those minutes as both Pedro Acosta and Arón Canet once again climbed to the top. of the time table. But there was still time to try at least one new series of fastest laps that reflected the intensity of qualifying. when Canet unseated Acosta from the first position to conclude the session, with Lowes third, while in the second line will be the Italians Celestino Vietti and Mattia Pasini, in addition to the Japanese Ai Ogura, all of them on Kalex trails.

The American Joe Roberts, the Italian Tony Arbolino and the British Jake Dixon finished on the third row. Jorge Navarro (Kalex) was twelfth, ahead of Albert Arenas (Kalex), Augusto Fernández (Kalex), Fermín Aldeguer (Boscoscuro) and Marcos Ramírez (MV Agusta).

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