Juanfran Guevara continues progress to qualify 12th

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Jack Miller continued his domination of the timesheets in Argentina to make history as the first ever polesetter at the Circuito Termas de Río Hondo following today’s Moto3 qualifying practice. Efren Vázquez gave the Australian the hardest time, closing to within 0.052 seconds to set up an interesting battle for victory tomorrow.

MAPFRE Aspar rider Juanfran Guevara continued his positive trajectory over the opening three rounds and after qualifying thirteenth in Qatar and Austin, scoring a career-best eleventh in the American round, he went one better today to secure twelfth place on the grid for the first ever race at Termas de Río Hondo.

The Spanish youngster improved his pace by three seconds from yesterday and is confident that he can take another step forward in his Grand Prix education in tomorrow’s race.

12th Juanfran Guevara 1.50.229 (18 laps):
“I am happy because things went a bit better today and we were able to improve the lap times. Yesterday I was only able to manage the occasional 1’52 but today we were consistently in the 1’50s relatively easily. We continued in the same direction as yesterday, modifying the front end and improving my feeling. As well as following other riders for a couple of laps I also tried to set my own pace and the result was really good. We start from the fourth row and if we can get away well we can run with the front group. This is our best grid position of the three races so far so we are making progress and that is the most important thing.”

Source: Aspar Media

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