Fourth row for Álex Rins and Miguel Oliveira
Pilots will CatalunyaCaixa from the tenth and eleventh place respectively in the Grand Prix of Great Britain
Pilots will begin tomorrow CatalunyaCaixa Grand Prix of Great Britain from the fourth row. Alex and Miguel Oliveira Rins have achieved today the 10 th and 11 th position respectively in the qualifying session marked by the strong wind that has swept the demanding Silverstone circuit.
The rain has given respite to Moto3 pilots that were able to play two practice sessions today on the dry asphalt, but with the wind as the star. In the third round of free Rins Oliveira and have started the day with good feelings, despite the fall-without physical consequences, which have suffered in the final session. The Portuguese has improved by almost three seconds got the record yesterday, 2'18 .208 and has signed the third fastest (Sandro Cortese 0373, leading the morning session). Rins has closely followed by getting the 6 th place, after setting a time of 2'18 .562 (0727). Again, the great work of the whole team has allowed the two pilots were on the verge CatalunyaCaixa their mounts for the qualifying session. Under the constant threat of rain, all pilots have logged more energetically. Rins has come to mark the best provisional time in the login, while Oliveira was progressively improving their records. Both drivers managed to lower their times of the weekend, but the strong wind and heavy traffic, the drivers have slowed Estrella Galicia Rins 0.0 Alex and Miguel Oliveira, both newcomers to the British track. The Barcelona youngster has finished in the 10th position (2'17 .908, 1712 Maverick Viñales, author of the pole), followed by his teammate, Oliveira, who has stopped the clock at 2'18 .090 (1903), 11 th fastest time of the qualifying round.
Tomorrow, both drivers will contest the sixth round of the season, the Grand Prix of Great Britain. The race will start after the Moto2 and MotoGP at 14:30 (15:30 CET Spanish).
Miguel Oliveira, CatalunyaCaixa pilot, ranked 11 th, Time: 2'18 .090, 25 laps:
"In the morning things went well. In the afternoon we continued the work, although towards the end of the session was difficult, as there were many pilots looking wheel. We have entered to try to exploit a new tire, but I saw that it was difficult to shoot only on the wind and in the end it was just as I have done my best time. Anyway, I think we have pace to be just ahead. The Silverstone track is very long, so we get a good start and make a first round with the front group. That will be a key factor to consider for tomorrow. We've been working a lot with the setup, because after two dry sessions we have had time to test different configurations. "
Alex Rins CatalunyaCaixa pilot, 10th place, time: 2'17 .908, 29 laps:
"The truth which has not too bad. In the first round we have improved the time to first open the morning and then I set my fastest time on the first outing with soft tires. In the second round were too many people looking wheel. We need a bit of pace to be ahead, but is a circuit in which we have adapted quickly and I think we have a good race. If it rains will be a little tricky because, although the asphalt remains fairly grip, we have improved the pace in the wet. If the race is dry, I think we can be with the second group "