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#EuropeanGP - QP | Gardner will start the European GP from the fourth position



Gardner will start the European GP from the fourth position

The Australian rider of the ONEXOX TKKR SAG Team will start the Moto2 race tomorrow at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit from the second row of the grid after finishing the qualifying session in fourth position. With very complicated weather conditions, Kasma Daniel has finished the Q1 session in tenth position which has placed him on the twenty fourth slot of the starting grid. 

 
Remy Gardner, who after a great weekend had qualified straight to the Q2 of the Grand Prix of Europe, has managed to set a best lap time of 1’39.375 which has placed him on the fourth slot of the Moto2 grid for tomorrow’s race. The number 87 rider leads the second row of the grid and is really looking forward to race tomorrow in dry conditions. 

On the other side of the garage, Kasma Daniel has finished the Q1 in tenth position with a best lap time of 1’48.268 which has placed him on the twenty fourth slot of the starting grid. The Malaysian rider suffers tonsillitis and he could not participate in any of Friday's practice sessions. 

The Moto2 race of the Grand Prix of Europe will take place tomorrow, Sunday 8th of November, at 12:20h (local time).


#87 Remy Gardner | P4 | 1’39.375  | +0.439

I am quite happy with the work we have done today. I think fourth is quite good, we just missed the front row so I am happy and I think we can have a good race. It is unknown how everything will play out in the dry as nobody has had any practice in the dry so it is going to be a very interesting day tomorrow. I hope we can finish with some good points. 


#99 Kasma Daniel Kasmayudin | P24 | 1’48.268  | +1.812

I am very happy to be back on my bike. We worked on a new setting for wet conditions and it did not really work for us. The race is tomorrow and I remain positive and looking forward to tomorrow’s dry race as I think we can achieve a good result. 






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