On the first day of testing in Jerez lStefan Bradl’s Honda RC213V had put the wheels ahead of everyone, even if only for seven thousandths compared toAprilia by Aleix Espargarò.
On the second day, however, the Spaniard of the Italian brand “returned the favor”, closing the session with the best time: 1.37.747, significantly lowering the time recorded on Day 1, trimming over half a second to Bradl and coming in below the 2020 race record.
For Aprilia, among other things, it would seem that important innovations have been brought to the asphalt of the Angel Nieto Circuit, with the performance of the RS-GP which would be significantly improved.
Also on the track Lorenzo Savadori, who is trying to grind kilometers to gain experience by being now (albeit still not officially) the starting driver after the breakdown of relations between Aprilia and Bradley Smith.
For him a time of 1,39,869, definitely high if we consider the more than two seconds behind his teammate Aleix Espargarò, more than a second and a half from Bradl and over a second from Dani Pedrosa, who is working a lot on the KTM these days.
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