Supersport Assen, FP1-FP2: First place for Randy Krummenacher

World Supersport Friday Free Practice sessions came to an end and the one who ranked first is Randy Krummenacher. The Swiss rider set the fastest lap in FP2, when he performed a lap in 1’38.116 and was just 34 milliseconds faster than Sandro Cortese. “Krummenator” wants to recover after the mistake that made him finish 11th at Aragon and with the pace he showed today he surely can aim for his second win in 2018 after the one at Buriram.

Behind Krummenacher, Sandro Cortese ranked 2nd. The German rider is boosted by last week’s win at Aragon and his goal is to do it again at Assen, where he scored a podium finish back in his wonderful 2012 season in Moto3 WC. Third place for Jules Cluzel, half a second off the leading duo.

Remarkable 4th place for the Triumph rider Luke Stapleford, followed by Raffaele De Rosa, Federico Caricasulo and the reigning WorldSSP Champion Lucas Mahias, Hikari Okubo, Rob Hartog and Niki Tuuli are those who close up the top 10 and the list of the riders admitted to Superpole 2.


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