2015 Moto3 Italian Grand Prix winner Enea Bastianini has topped the opening day of action at his home race, finishing Friday’s two sessions 0.1 ahead of championship leader Brad Binder.
Binder’s first session was cut short by technical problems, but he was able to rally in the second outing of the day to take second place from fellow KTM rider Joan Mir by 0.3.
Jakub Kornfeil was a surprise fourth place, leading Fabio Di Giannantonio and title contender Jorge Navarro, while Livio Loi, Philipp Oettl, Andrea Migno and Niccolo Antonelli made it four Italians in the top ten.
Scotsman John McPhee, one of twelve riders to take part in a ceremony to celebrate Mahindra’s 100th Grand Prix this weekend, was 20th at the final flag.
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