It was an easy way to pole position for Markus Reiterberger. The German rider performed a great lap in 1’36.139 after just few minutes and then he went 17 millisends faster to definitely secure pole position
“Reiti” seems to do something different from the rest of the field and it seems like he will dominate tomorrow’s race like he did at Motorland Aragon, Assen and Donington Park. Behind the Alpha Racing-Van Zon-BMW rider, wildcard entries Riccardo Russo and Matteo Ferrari will share first row with him.
Russo left C.M. Racing Kawasaki after Brno Round and now he’s riding as a wildcard with Motocorsa Racing Ducati, which he joined in Italian Championship. About Ferrari, we remind that the current Italian Superbike Championship won last May at Imola and for sure he’s willing to get another important result on the international stage.
Second row will be instead opened by other wildcard Andrea Mantovani, who ranked fourth despite halfway crash. The rider from Ferrara will start ahead of Maximilian Scheib, while Roberto Tamburini opens a 5-Italian pack closing the top 10, followed by Federico Sandi, Axel Bassani, Luca Vitali e Samuele Cavalieri.
Photo Credit: Marco Lanfranchi