Foggia pole ahead of four Spaniards

Foggia continues to offer the best of its versions this weekend and has done the Malaysian GP with his fourth pole of the season, which in turn is also the fourth of his sports career because the poles were something that the current runner-up has resisted until this year.

The one from Sepang has arrived with a track record. His 2:11.411 smashes the record that was listed as a record since 2017 by Norrodin and has given him an advantage of 0.224 over Guevara, the first of his pursuers in a group of four Spaniards that also includes García, who will close the first row, Masiá and Holgado, who will be in the second along with Migno.

Something must have happened between Foggia and Masiá so that at the end of the session the Spaniard made a gesture to the Italian asking him to take a better look, to which his rival responded with the classic gesture that is worth sending someone who does not agree to a ride. Be that as it may, Foggia looks very inspired this weekend and it is clear that he is going to fight with everything to snatch the runner-up position from García. Before this race and two from the end. The one who is second in the general standings behind the already champion ‘Jordan’ Guevara is his teammate in the GASGAS Aspar, a García who currently has a two-point advantage over the man in the Leopard.

The other rows on the grid decided in Q2 were for Sasaki, Suzuki and Riccardo Rossi (third), for Muñoz, Moreira and Nepa (fourth), for Yamanaka, Ortolá and Furusato (fifth), and for Kelso, Tatay and Toba (the sixth). Further back will Fernández (19th), Artigas (20th) and Carrasco (28th).

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