MotoGP San Marino GP: Wildcard Pirro leads the way in FP1
Aruba.it rider, Michele Pirro, made an impressive start to the San Marino Grand Prix weekend as he topped the timesheet in the first free practice session. Pirro, who often rides at the Misano World Circuit in his test role for the manufacturer, set a blistering lap time of 1m31.909s.
Pirro’s strong performance was closely followed by Luca Marini, who was just one-tenth slower. Marini’s retention in the VR46 team for the 2024 season was confirmed on Thursday, adding an extra level of excitement to his performance. Pramac’s Jorge Martin secured the third position, demonstrating his skills and potential in the challenging circuit.
Championship leader Francesco Bagnaia, who had a lucky escape from a crash at the previous race, had a solid start, finishing fourth in the session. Despite his recent accident, Bagnaia remains determined to maintain his position at the top of the standings.
The San Marino GP promises to be an exhilarating experience for MotoGP fans, with the first free practice session already showcasing impressive performances from these talented riders. As the race weekend progresses, the competition is expected to become even fiercer, providing viewers with non-stop action on the track.
MotoGP enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the qualifying sessions and the race itself. Will Pirro’s quick start translate into a strong qualifying position? Can Marini continue his impressive form? Will Bagnaia be able to maintain his lead in the championship? These are just a few of the questions that will be answered as the weekend unfolds.
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