Suzuki and Foggia in the first and second rows at…

The 24-year-old from Chiba managed to pull away from the crash, still second fastest, just 0.066 poles from pole position, and will enter tomorrow’s Dutch TT confident he can fight for a podium finish. It’s his second front row start of the season so far – he was also runner-up at the French GP in May – and he’s finished third in two of the last three races, so he’s definitely in good shape.

Suzuki teammate Dennis Foggia (Leopard Racing Honda NSF250RW) tried to go with him this afternoon but couldn’t keep up with his pace, his last lap placing him fifth, for a start from the middle of the second row , less than three tenths. one second in first place. The 21-year-old Italian is currently third in the 2022 Moto3 World Championship and needs a good result here after back-to-back retirements at recent Italian and Catalunya GPs. He finished second last time out in Germany last Sunday.

French teenager Lorenzo Fellon (Sic 58 Squadra Corse Honda NSF250RW) used a tow from the Leopard pair to get into the top ten, finishing the 15-minute outing in eighth place, which puts him on the third row, his third best grid position of the year.

This weekend was not easy for Grand Prix rookies Taiyo Furusato (Honda Team Asia Honda NSF250RW) and Mario Suryo Aji (Honda Team Asia Honda NSF250RW). Assen is arguably the toughest circuit in MotoGP and neither had raced the circuit until yesterday when both Moto3 sessions were held in the rain.

The two teenagers only really started learning about Assen this morning. Furusato tried to learn as fast as he could but he also had to be careful not to make mistakes while learning, as it is a very fast circuit. The 16-year-old from Kanoya completed free practice 26e the fastest and remained 26e in qualifying.

Aji was in exactly the same situation, with only one dry session to get used to the circuit before qualifying, which the 18-year-old Indonesian finished 27e the fastest, 0.260 seconds behind his teammate.

After tomorrow’s races, the Moto3 paddock can look forward to a five-week mid-season break before racing resumes with the British GP on August 7.

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