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Fermín Aldeguer, the youngest pole in Moto2 history



The Spanish Moto2 rider Fermín Aldeguer (MB Conveyors SpeedUp) sealed a long and perfect Saturday with pole position in the Argentine Grand Prix, the youngest in the intermediate category of the World Championship, ahead of his compatriot Augusto Fernández (Red Bull KTM Ajo ).

Aldeguer, 16 years old, made history with his first position for Sunday’s race, on a perfect Saturday by leading FP1 and FP2, free practices that were postponed one day due to logistics problems, material arrival, at the Termas circuit of Rio Hondo.

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The young driver signed a time of 1:43.306 that allowed him to beat Fernández by one tenth, while the Italian Tony Arbolino (Elf Marc VDS Racing Team) will complete the front row. In addition, the Spanish Albert Arenas (Autosolar GASGAS Aspar Team) will start fourth.

Renas will be alongside Jake Dixon (Autosolar GASGAS Aspar Team) and Celestino Vietti (Mooney VR46 Racing Team). Somkiat Chantra (Idemitsu Honda Team Asia) saved seventh place and will sit on the third row with Ai Ogura (Idemitsu Honda Team Asia) and Bo Bendsneyder (Pertamina Mandalika SAG Team) in his wake.

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