Nakagami hits hard in Free Practice 1

Nakagami hits hard in Free Practice 1

Takaaki Nakagami immediately showed his mark, ahead of Aleish Espargar and Francesco Bagnaia. MotoGP Italian Grand Prix 1st Free Practice Summary and Classification.

Takaaki Nakagamiya took the lead in this first free practice session shortly after half an hour of taxiing. The Japanese distinguished himself at the wheel of his LCR Honda, pushing even the official drivers to more than 7 tenths of a second. This is great performance after great performance French Grand Prix (P7) of someone who has not yet climbed the podium in MotoGP category since his arrival in 2018. And who this season sees his place on Honda’s satellite team being called into question.

however, 5 different motorcycles are competing for the first 5 places. That’s why the fight between manufacturers and pilots promises to be tough on the famous Mugello circuit and obviously improvements are expected. If Ducatithem Suzuki and surprisingly Aprilia are on a date. It’s a little less Yamaha and KTM.

Manufacturer Iwata has arrived in Italy with a completely new fairing that offers much more downforce. But the latter did not satisfy Fabio Quartararo (P11). The Frenchman will still be able to provide points of comparison with the old parts during the second free practice of the weekend. Johann Zarka (P7)completely new with new colors, remained quite subdued on a demanding and technical course Grand Prix of Italy.

rating

  1. Takaaki Nakagami – LCR Honda
  2. Aleix Espargaro – Aprilia Racing
  3. Francesco Bagnaia – Team Ducati Lenovo
  4. Alex Rins – Team SUZUKI ECSTAR
  5. Enea Bastianini – Gresini Racing MotoGP™ / Ducati
  6. Maverick Viñales – Aprilia Racing
  7. Jack Miller – Team Ducati Lenovo
  8. Pol Espargaro – Repsol Honda team
  9. Johann Zarka – Prima Pramac Racing / Ducati
  10. Luca Marini – Mooney VR46 Racing Team / Ducati
  11. Fabio Quartarara – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™
  12. Michele Piro – Team Ducati Lenovo
  13. Alex Marquez – LCR Honda
  14. Marco Bezzecchi – Mooney VR46 Racing Team / Ducati
  15. Joan Mir – SUZUKI ECSTAR team
  16. Franco Marbidelli – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™
  17. Brad Binder – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
  18. Miguel Oliveira – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
  19. Marc Marquez – Repsol Honda Team
  20. Jorge Martin – Prima Pramac Racing / Ducati
  21. Andrea Dovizioso – with the Yamaha RNF MotoGP™ team
  22. Lorenzo Savadori – Aprilia Racing
  23. Fabio Di Giannantonio – Gresini Racing MotoGP™ / Ducati
  24. Deryn Binder – with the Yamaha RNF MotoGP™ Team
  25. Raul Fernandez – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing
  26. Remy Gardner – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing

Photo: Icon Sports

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