#AndaluciaGP - QP Complicated qualifying session for the ONEXOX TKKR SAG TEAM at the Andalusian GP

Complicated qualifying session for the ONEXOX TKKR SAG TEAM at the Andalusian GP 


Remy Gardner and Kasma Daniel have completed today the third qualifying session of the season during the Gran Premio Red Bull de Andalucia which takes place this weekend at the Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto. Remy will start from the fourteenth position of the starting grid and Kasma will do so from the tenth row of the grid. 


The weather conditions have been tough today with the heat being the main subject of the weekend at the Andalusian track. After experiencing some complications with the set up of his Kalex, Remy Gardner has finished the qualifying session in fourteenth position with a best lap time of 1'42.360 only 0.632 off the pole position. The Australian rider will work with his team to achieve a good result at tomorrow. 

Kasma Daniel has focused on continue learning and getting experience riding the Kalex during this qualifying session. The Malaysian rider has achieved a best lap time of 1'43.422, a time that has given him the twenty ninth position of the starting grid. 

The Moto2 race of the Gran Premio Red Bull de Andalucía will take place tomorrow, Sunday 26th of July, at 12:20h (local time)

#87 Remy Gardner | P14 | 1'42.360 | +0.632

It was a difficult day today, I have pushed really hard and we made a mistake with the setting of the bike and unfortunately we didn’t get a good position on the starting grid. We need to learn from this mistake and tomorrow hopefully come back with a good result.



#99 Kasma Daniel Kasmayudin | P29 | 1'43.422 | +1.682
The conditions today were really difficult, it was very hot. I struggled riding the bike in this heat. I finished the day with the bike in one piece, the team seems to be very happy with me. I have done more laps than the previous qualifying sessions so we continue improving and getting experience which is our main goal. I would like to thank the team for the hard work they always do! 


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