Dominique Aegerter with his Dynavolt IntactGP was able to master the Ego Corsa around the fast-flowing Mugello Circuit signing 1’59.205secs lap-time to get the pole position.
Aegerter is keeping the momentum going following the win in race two a Le Mans a fortnight’s ago.
He will start from the pole position for the two races of the Italian GP, taking place today (16:25) and on Sunday (15:30) at this new track for the series.
Aegerter will be joined on the front row by Kevin Zannoni (Ongetta Sic58 Squadracorse), who just like his Swiss rival has brought to Mugello the same type of speed shown in France two weekends ago, and by Mattia Casadei (Pons Racing 40), another rider on great form lately.
Title contender Eric Granado (LCR E-Team) found himself outside the front row for only two thousandths of a second; he will start the encounters in fourth place ahead of Matteo Ferrari (Felo Gresini MotoE) and the rookie Kevin Manfredi (OCTO Pramac MotoE), whose confidence was clearly boosted by being at his home round. The experienced Italian rider managed to achieve this result by going through Qualifying 1.
Niccolò Canepa (WithU GRT RNF MotoE), Miquél Pons (LCR E-Team), Canepa’s teammate Andrea Mantovani and Marc Alcoba (OpenBank Aspar Team).
Xavier Cardelus (Avintia Esponsorama Racing) got the worst of a coming together with Torres’s substitute rider Massimo Roccoli. The Andorran rider broke a ligament in his right foot and will fly tonight to Barcelona to undergo surgery.
Source: Energica Motor Company
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