Australian from Ducati flew in relation to the competition at the track in Misano
Fabio Quartararo could be world champion at the end of Emilia’s GP MotoGP’s Romagna, but the Yamaha rider’s fight with Francesco Bagnaia was overshadowed this Friday, the first day of free practice, by the performance of the Italian’s colleague at Ducati.
Jack Miller started a cannon time in the afternoon free practice that pulverized what had already been a great mark made in the morning by Johann Zarco (Pramac Ducati).
With the Misano track still drying out in the afternoon from the water that marked the morning and still forcing the wet tires, Miller was indifferent to these issues and shot to first place in the time sheet without leaving room for response to competition.
If in the TL1 Zarco had been the only one to run on the ’42 second’ which was the yardstick for the ten fastest of the afternoon that he returned to lead, the Australian decided to be the only one of the day to drop to ’41 second’.
Co In a lap of 1m41.305s, Miller showed that he doesn’t fear the rain and did forget, at least this Friday. For now, and while the prospect that the rain may continue, the Australian, who this year won the French Grand Prix in very wet conditions, is in the spotlight.