Second row for Marc Márquez

The rider will start tomorrow CatalunyaCaixa from fifth place in the Grand Prix of Great Britain

The Silverstone circuit, escorted at all times by the British and dense clouds whipped by a strong wind, has hosted today the second day of testing, before the sixth race the Moto2 World will be held tomorrow on the British stage. The pilot will start tomorrow CatalunyaCaixa Marc Marquez from the second row at the Grand Prix of Great Britain after winning the 5th fastest time in the qualifying session. The Cervera has achieved his best weekend (2'08 .864, Pol Espargaró 0853, author of the pole) on lap 14 of total 15 that has completed the afternoon.
In the morning, and because of the fine rain that has appeared at the beginning of the session, most drivers in the intermediate category members have been relegated to the inside of their boxes for much of the session. The pilot CatalunyaCaixa Marc Marquez, who could only complete four laps British, was waiting for the track to dry to get out again. When missing only 5 minutes to conclude the session, and dry the track apparently has gone out of his box on board the Suter. It was then in turn eight, one of the fastest British circuit, the CatalunyaCaixa has lost control of his mount and has gone down, thus terminating the first session of day two.
Already in the qualifying session, and after the pilot CatalunyaCaixa technicians conduct a titanic work to recompose the frame again, Marc has come again to the ring to face the prelude to the big race that takes place on the morning British track of Silverstone. On a cold asphalt, temperatures were around 18 º C and 16 ° C, the Repsol CatalunyaCaixa continued working aboard his horse even though he could not find the desired feelings.
A lack of warm-up tomorrow (9.00 hours, 10.00 CET Spanish), the pilot CatalunyaCaixa hopes to find a solution that allows you to recover those tenths necessary to contest the sixth round of the season, the Grand Prix of Great Britain, with guarantees. The Moto2 race will open the day (11:20 a.m., 12.20 CET Spanish) followed by MotoGP (1:00 p.m., 14.00 CET Spanish) and then that of Moto3 (14.30 h, 15.30 hours CET Spanish).
Marc Marquez CatalunyaCaixa pilot, 5th-placed time: 2'08 .864, 19 laps:
"This morning I suffered a fall quite strong, but I've been lucky not to hurt me. In the afternoon was quite windy and we could not find the ideal set, but we still managed fifth place on the grid for tomorrow. Maybe we are not so close to the fastest riders as other Grand Prix, we lack a bit, but tomorrow we have the warm-up to end to try some changes. This afternoon we will review all data to improve a few tenths. "