The Australian was the fastest on Friday in Spain.
Australian Jack Miller, with Ducati, was today with the best record of the World Cup practice MotoGP at Aragon Grand Prix, facing the 13th. date of the specialty championship, to be held on Sunday at the circuit MotorLand, located in the municipality of Alcañiz, in the province of Teruel, Spain.
With four bikes in the first six placements and Australian Miller’s time on the hot afternoon in Aragon, Ducati was ahead of Honda in practice.
Tomorrow, in qualifying, riders like Miller himself, the Spanish Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), the British Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha), the French Johann Zarco (Ducati), the Spanish Jorge Martín (Ducati), the Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) ), Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), Spaniard Marc Márquez (Honda), well positioned today, will seek their best spot for Sunday.
Australian Jack Miller set a time of 1m47s613 to cover the 5,344 meters of the Aragonese track, and set the best time of the day.
Spaniard Aleix Espargaró sealed an outstanding second place with the Aprilia, now sharing a team with Maverick Viñales, recently disengaged from Yamaha.
The situation of the Spanish Joan Mir worried with a time registered less than 1s2 / 10 of that made by Miller, being 21st among the 22 bikes.
For his part, the leader of the tournament, the Frenchman Fabio Quartararo touched the inside of the helmet in what appeared to be the entry of some type of insect through his neck, which caused him to discard the attempts in that exit to the track to accommodate the elements of security.
The advancement of the British Cal Crutchlow with the official Yamaha (ex Viñales) was notorious, and more is expected from the championship leader.
Tomorrow, at 4.55 and 8.30, Argentina time, the other two training rounds will take place, and at 9.10 the classification will begin.