CARLOS TATAY OPENS WITH A POSITIVE FRIDAY IN JEREZ

FP1 y FP2

The Reale Avintia Moto3 started the Andalucia Grand Prix on the right foot after completing the first two free practice sessions at the Jerez-Ángel Nieto Circuit.

The morning has begun well for Carlos Tatay. The Valencian rider set the sixth best time in the first session, staying only three tenths of a second behind the first position, obtaining a best time of 1:46.292. In the second free practice, Tatay finished in 20th position after spending the day working on used tyres for Sunday’s race.

Tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. the third free practice will take place, where Carlos Tatay will fight to enter directly to the Q2. The qualifying will start at 12:35.


“It was a very positive day and from the beginning I felt very comfortable with the bike. The changes we made in the warm-up last week have paid off and now we have to wait for tomorrow. We have a good feeling, a good rhythm and I think we can do well. Let’s keep working, don’t lose our mentality and see what we can do.”

GOOD FEELINGS FOR CARLOS TATAY ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE EMILIA ROMAGNA GRAND PRIX

FP1 & FP2

Carlos Tatay and the Reale Avintia Moto3 competed today in the first two free practices of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli.

During the morning session, Tatay worked with the team to continue with the adaptation to his KTM. The Spanish rider, after completing a total of 13 laps, managed to set a best time of 1’43.060.

In the second session, Carlos Tatay took a significant step forward after improving his best time by four tenths. After stopping the clock at 1’42.679, the Valencian was only three tenths slower than last weekend’s pole position.

Tomorrow the third free practice and qualifying sessions of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix will take place, where the Reale Avintia Moto3 will fight for the best possible starting position for Sunday.


“The position does not reflect all the work we have done, since we have taken a great step forward ending a second from the first and +0.3 from Q2. Tomorrow we will continue to work on this line, and thanks all the work the team is doing.”