Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Maverick Viñales: "Without much wind could have broken the record for 125cc"

Despite the wind early in the morning has forced more than yesterday delayed the departure of pilots to track, Viñales, Oliveira and Rins have returned to enjoy a productive day's work in Jerez, where the sun and warm temperatures have allowed to continue with the plan of work for three days. Viñales has started quietly, with shooting his Moto3 to be gradually increasing the pace to set a time of 1 minute, 47 seconds and 386 milliseconds, after completing 40 laps in the joint session with the Moto2 riders.

Oliveira has come to court prepared to continue the development and adaptation to the Suter of Moto3 with that in just over two weeks will start the World Tasting. The Portuguese has completed the first part of the day stopping the clock with the fifth fastest -1 minutes, 48 ​​seconds and 717 milliseconds, after completing 48 laps. His teammate, Alex Rins started the day among the fastest and confirmed in the first group of 15 -14 º -, with a time of 1'49 .552 seconds after 25 laps.

At four o'clock, Moto3 pilots have arranged an hour with the track only for them, which Viñales was again the fastest. After completing 17 laps, the Repsol rider stopped the clock with a best time of 1 minute, 47 seconds and 571 thousandths. Oliveira has continued working on the development of his bike and was not able to lower their records morning, when stopping the clock at 1 minute, 48 seconds and 864 milliseconds, while problems have prevented Rins unit back out on track .

Maverick Viñales: "I am very happy because today's results have been good, we've improved the behavior of the chassis and engine. We are working Tasting focused, especially with the tires. also looking for an escape that would meet all the requirements, which give us acceleration and top speed, and is found. It is unfortunate that today has done so much wind because we could have broken the record here in Jerez 125cc, hopefully tomorrow will be better time to move forward. We have to work on the chassis to turn the bike a little longer to open the throttle before-and finish tuning the engine, with that we'll be ready ".

Miguel Oliveira: "I am satisfied with the work we are doing together with my team. Today, the second day of practice, we continued with our plan, testing different technical aspects and resolving outstanding issues we were yesterday. We have made ​​many tests with the moto.Nos settings is to improve our pace lap, especially as far as concerns the fast laps. Tomorrow we will continue working in the same way we did today. I think we are evolving gradually and if we keep working well, get ready for the first race of the season. "

Alex Rins: "In the morning we started training with very good pace and then we found comfortable with the bike. We had the opportunity to try different configurations until a technical problem with the control of the bike has prevented us to continue with our training schedule. Despite the setback, I am satisfied with the work we are doing. My team worked very hard to have the bike ready for practice tomorrow, so I can only thank them. "

source: Motocuatro

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