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#ValenciaGP - QP | Difficult qualifying session for Gardner and Kasma in Valencia



Difficult qualifying session for Gardner and Kasma in Valencia 


The ONEXOX TKKR SAG TEAM has disputed today at the Circuito Ricardo Tormo of Valencia the penultimate qualifying session of the season. Remy, who suffers from gastroenteritis, will start from the seventh row while Kasma Daniel will do so from the tenth row. 

Remy Gardner, who is not at his 100% due to the gastroenteritis he suffers since last Monday, has completed the Q1 with very good rhythm up until the end when he has just missed the pass to the Q2. The Australian rider will start tomorrow’s Moto2 race from the seventh row of the grid after achieving a best lap time of 1’34.878 which has placed him in the nineteenth spot of the grid. 

Kasma Daniel will start from the tenth row of the grid after qualifying in twenty eighth position. Kasma, who has improved his lap times lap by lap, hopes he can achieve a good result tomorrow at the penultimate Grand Prix of his first season in the Moto2 World Championship. 

The Moto2 race of the Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana will take place tomorrow, Sunday 15th of November, at 12:20h (local time). 


#87 Remy Gardner | P19 | 1'34.878

It has been a tough weekend so far for me, I feel very ill and I didn’t have much energy today. It is a shame we just missed the Q2 both in FP3 and Q1. We had really bad luck today but anyways, today wasn’t our day. I am sure we can have a good race tomorrow as I am confident we have good race pace. Thanks to the team again. 




#99 Kasma Daniel Kasmayudin | P28 | 1'36.168

I am happy with today’s performance. Even though we haven’t achieved a good result we are improving our lap times and I feel much comfortable riding my bike so I am pushing more every session. We need to improve some small things for the set up of the bike but I hope I can manage the race properly tomorrow and we can achieve a good result!








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