The Monaco based rider rode a good Superpole where he only lost a bit of ground with his second qualifying tyre. Being in the front two rows was the minimum goal for him, as he is well aware that starting out front on a track like this one is a huge advantage. The rider, who is currently lying second in the rider standings is in a good position to be able set his sights on the top prize.
"Today was a productive day. I struggled in the first wet session this morning but we made up for it in the second where I finished fourth, so I'd say I have a good race pace even on a wet track,” said Laverty.
“Superpole was a "mixed" one and I'm pleased with my fourth place in the end. Starting from the front two rows is crucial. Tomorrow we'll be pushing hard looking for a win and hoping for two dry races”.
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