Álex Rins gets his first "pole" in Moto3
CX rider the best time of the morning qualifying session and will start from the first position in the Grand Prix of Spain Miguel Oliveira will depart from the front row in third place, and Alex Marquez, in his debut, will start from the fifth row in 13th
Alex Rins, just 16 years and in his second qualifying session at the World Cup, scored his first pole in Moto3 and tomorrow will start from the first position in the Grand Prix of Spain. In the first row, will accompany teammate, Miguel Oliveira, who has become the third fastest of the session. In turn, rookie Alex Marquez finished in 13th position and will start tomorrow from the fifth row.
On the first morning session CatalunyaCaixa pilots have come out on the track in Jerez, where last year Rins was proclaimed Champion of Spain and Oliveira won the final round of the CEV in the rain, with their characteristic determination and a single goal: the improvement of its records. Oliveira, who yesterday signed the best lap in the wet of the day with a 1'59 .753 time, continued in the same vein and at the conclusion of the first session had set the fastest time (1'58 .316). Teammates Rins and Marquez, who continued their work plan provisions, concluded the session on 15 th and 22 th places respectively.
In the afternoon, and again in the rain, the three pilots have started the qualifying session running at a high level, reaching from the beginning in the forward positions. In turn, Marquez improved his feelings and continued to accumulate miles and feelings But in the last minutes of the session, intermittent rain has stopped and the track dried minimally. It was the decisive moment, and without hesitation, the three wards of Emilio Alzamora have pitted and came back out with 'slicks'. And on the last lap of the session, the three drivers have achieved their best time of the day. Rins has signed on pole with a 1'57 .507 time, Oliveira finished 3rd (1'57 .975, 0468) and Marquez in his first qualifying session, concluded 13th (1'59 .500, 1993).
Tomorrow at 11.00 hours, all three drivers will face the Grand Prix of Spain with the confidence and ambition of a job well done.
Alex Rins CatalunyaCaixa pilot, pole with a time: 1'57 .507, 33 laps:
"It was a single round of these crazy because I was not sure what kind of tires we had to ride but my technicians, after seeing how it was the asphalt and the conditions I have said it best ride 'slick' and have successful . I want to thank all of them and my sponsors that make this all possible. It is one of my favorite circuits and tomorrow we will go on track to enjoy. "
Miguel Oliveira, CatalunyaCaixa pilot, 3rd place, time: 1'57 .975, 34 laps:
"I felt pretty well throughout the day. In the morning, in rain and we were fastest in the afternoon though, with mixed conditions has complicated the thing a little more. Finally, with the 'slicks' mounted, we could complete a lap that allowed us to finish in third. The team has done a great job and this will allow us to take the first line. The wet races are usually very long and we must be very focused and you can not afford even the slightest error. Tomorrow we must make a good start and stay calm, especially in the early laps.
Alex Marquez CatalunyaCaixa pilot, 13 º classified, time: 1'59 .500, 33 laps:
"This morning I had a good feeling, largely because we had the tires mounted. In the afternoon, we have improved a bit and continued to work with the development of the bike. At the end of the session, I forgot to push a little harder, but tomorrow we will go in the thirteenth position and hopefully make a good race. "