Andrea Migno takes the top spot in FP3 as he eyes up a podium.
Andrea Migno was the fastest rider in the Moto3 FP3 session, the Italian rider stood on the podium last time out in Portugal and is clearly carrying over the momentum into Jerez which is a circuit he has never scored a podium at. He leads Deniz Oncu by 0.578 seconds, Oncu is desperate to make a statement this year as he has suffered many issues including DNF’s and pit lane starts which have hindered the start to his season.
In third and fourth place were the Petronas Moto3 boys with McPhee leading Binder, McPhee is having a tough old time this year. He expected to battle for the title this year but instead he’s been taken out twice and booked for fighting in the outside of turn 1 at Qatar which has meant he was penalised with a pit lane start +10 seconds in Portimao, MotoGP is now at Jerez and he will be doing his all to ensure he at least scores points.
Filip Salac is another rider who could have achieved more, he was smashed off the track in Doha by Ayumu Sasaki out of a possible podium finish, it is now his third season in Moto3 therefore the podium is looming if he has have some more luck, he leads Jaume Masia and another unlucky rider in Xavier Artigas.
Artigas has been unable to replicate his Valencia 2019 wildcard where he took a podium on debut and instead has 3 DNF’s making a rookie error in Qatar before being knocked off in Doha and Portimao, he is another rider who will be wanting to finish tomorrows race.
Tatsuki Suzuki leads Gabriel Rodrigo as Ayumu Sasaki rounds off the top 10.
The Moto3 championship leader Pedro Acosta currently is in P16 and will have to go via Q1 in qualifying.
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