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Moto3 Aragon Qualifying: Darryn Binder takes impressive pole position - Everything Moto Racing
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Moto3 Aragon Qualifying: Darryn Binder takes impressive pole position

Darryn Binder stormed his way to pole position in Moto3 at Aragon.

Darryn Binder took a very impressive pole position in Moto3 at Aragon, blasting his way to the top in only his second lap of the session before either chilling in pitlane or lapping around the circuit with lap times not fast enough to beat his pole time, he looked incredibly comfortable during the session aside from when he stalled his Honda attempting to do a practice start, joining him on the front row is Gabriel Rodrigo and his best mate Tatsuki Suzuki, those two go way back and are the best of friends. Obviously, we are joking, the pair really don’t like one another which will make for an interesting lap one! Suzuki suffered a crash late into the session but was able to preserve his front row start.

Leading row two in fourth is Sergio Garcia who has been confirmed to continue with the Aspar team for 2022 in Moto3 alongside Izan Guevara, he looks to take the title next year if it cannot be done this year in Moto3, joining him on row two are Andrea Migno and Deniz Oncu.

Pedro Acosta has been able to improve on some non-desirable recent qualifying results to take P9 in the session, he’s dropped a sizeable amount of points in the past few races so if he can get a solid start tomorrow he could claw his title lead back over 50 points to give him more of a championship buffer over Garcia, he was beaten by Jeremy Alcoba and Niccolo Antonelli with rookie Lorenzo Fellon taking a hugely impressive P10 in qualifying, the youngest rider in the Moto3 class doing a really solid job.

Xavier Artigas and Izan Guevara went head to head here last year for the victory and have qualified on the same row in P12 and P13 for tomorrows race.

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Featured image – Petronas SRT