Danny rues Sepang qualifying: “I felt like I was riding on ice”

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After a Friday of free practice characterized by bad weatherDanny Kent today faced the second day of the Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang; fully committed to the official qualifying session to achieve the best grid position possible.

Danny this morning improved his pace by two seconds but was only able to manage 22nd place in FP3. In qualifying this afternoon the British rider was unable to find any feeling with his Kalex, comparing it to riding on ice. No matter what he or the team did, he was unable to advance past 24th place.

Tomorrow at 10:10 Local Time (GMT + 8) the riders will be back on track for 20 minutes of warm-up before the lights go out at 13:20 for the seventeenth race of the 2016 Moto2 World Championship.

#52 Danny KENT – 24th (2’24.542):
“Absolutely terrible Qualifying. It felt like I was riding on ice no matter what we did with the bike. Even following other riders was impossible. They were getting on the gas and had no movement, so much more drive. It was a disaster. I had no feeling. Once again a bad Qualifying and I’m just not enjoying riding.”

Source: Leopard Racing