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Matthew Birt  says:

British MotoGP: Danny Kent leads wet first practice

Danny Kent splashed his way to the fastest Moto3 time at a wet and cold Silverstone this morning to make the perfect start to his home race. The Red Bull KTM rider clocked a best lap of 2.37.401 to beat Australian team-mate Arthur Sissis by 0.674s. Sissis escaped injury in a late crash to post a best time of 2.38.075 that put...

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Sep 11

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jollyboy says:

Early Days Yet

As usual I think too much emphasis is being placed on FP1. Not only is it early days yet, but looking at the forecast it seems there is a good chance that the track will remain wet for today and saturday and then be dry on sunday. This could make practice and qualifying an almost academic exercise. It's already happened this year that the top riders have held back in wet practice sessions because they were not expecting a wet race. Same goes for Rossi topping the sheets in MotoGP FP1.

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