David Muñoz and Vicente Pérez made it straight through to Q2, finishing ninth and thirteenth respectively

David Muñoz and Vicente Pérez made it straight through to Q2, finishing ninth and thirteenth respectively

The last qualifying session of the season has come to an end at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in Valencia, where BOÉ Motorsports has once again completed a very positive Saturday with its two riders.

Despite the fact that both Muñoz and Pérez crashed in the first practice on Friday, both riders had a good feeling both with their bikes and with the new asphalt of the Valencian track and, although the rider from Cullera was able to set a good lap with the tenth fastest time on Friday, David Muñoz had to settle for the twenty-first position in the combined classification of the first two practices of the weekend.

Saturday started as usual with the third practice. In this session, despite the low track temperatures, the riders were able to improve their times and both David and Vicente managed to be very competitive: Vicente Pérez finished fourth (1:38.733) and David Muñoz eighth (1:38.924).

With these times the two Spanish riders went straight into Q2, a session in which David Muñoz was ninth with a fastest lap of 1:38.979, while Vicente Perez will start from thirteenth position thanks to a time of 1:39.148.

Vicente Pérez:“I’m happy in general. We are having a very solid weekend, we are going very fast. It’s true that I didn’t have a good Q2, we had much more. We also made a modification that I didn’t like, so tomorrow we will go back to the previous configuration. But well, I couldn’t do my best, but tomorrow we will do it, for sure, we will fight at the front. I want to thank José Ángel for this opportunity and the whole team for their work, tomorrow is the last race and I want to give the team a good result”.

David Muñoz: “The weekend is going well. I’m feeling comfortable with the bike both yesterday and today, even though I had a big crash yesterday that didn’t allow us to set a good lap. Today we did a good job, especially in terms of pace. This afternoon I didn’t feel the bike like I did in the other practice, but we were good, I’m happy. Tomorrow we are going to give everything, I want to get a good result to dedicate to the team and all the people who support me”.

Tomorrow’s Moto3 race in Valencia will start at twelve o’clock sharp.

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