In qualifying practice this afternoon Kennedy powered his Honda to ninth position and the provisional third row with a 1’52.785 lap. With less than 0.1 seconds separating Kennedy from the second row, both he and the team are optimistic of further improvement tomorrow.
“What a great first day. The team have done a great job, they have worked a lot of hours to get us ready and able to fight for this position so full credit to them,” said Kennedy.
“I have really clicked with Imola and I am enjoying riding the Rivamoto Honda here. We went the right way with set-up which has helped. We will try a couple of things in free practice tomorrow and fight to improve in final qualifying.”
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