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April 2021

Baldassarri improves without the help of the soft tyre in the first day at Jerez Lorenzo Baldassarri used FP1 to fine the setting of his MV Agusta F2, while in the afternoon session the focus was more on race pace. The Italian rider ended the day with a best time of 1:42'533

Baldassarri 14th at the international circuit do Algarve. Lorenzo Baldassarri, who had already found a better feeling with the bike in yesterday's qualifying session compared to the previous days, immediately led a comeback race, recovering 11 positions. The rider from Marche closed the challenge in 14th position, gaining the first two points

Baldassarri finds the feeling but falls in Q1 at the Portimao circuit The second day also saw a warm sun shining on the Portuguese rollercoaster, with an air temperature of 23°C and tarmac of 39°C. Lorenzo Baldassarri, who in FP3 worked to improve his cornering performance, faced Q1 in the afternoon with determination,

The first day of free practice of the second season at the Algarve International Circuit has just concluded for the MV Agusta Forward Racing team rider. Twelve days after the last race in Doha, the Moto2 World Championship kicked off today for the third round of 2021 at the Portuguese track, which

Second round closed in Qatar for the Team MV Agusta Forward Racing rider The Qatar circuit has always been a difficult track for the young MV Agusta F2 and the wind, protagonist of both races, together with the freezing of developments, also at aerodynamic level, did not show all the the work

The first round in the afternoon saw the Italian rider battling against adverse weather conditions, having to juggle wind and sand. A parallel situation was repeated in the evening in qualifying. Lorenzo Baldassarri, who in FP3 continued the work started yesterday in terms of setup, in qualifying put in place the changes

Balda was back on track today at the Losail International Circuit, for the first day of free practice of the weekend. The first session was characterized, once again, by the torrid heat typical of the desert area where the circuit is located, while the FP2 gave more breathing space to the riders,


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