It’s a triumph!

It is, and if your memory for numbers is struggling, ‘close’ means 0.026 and 0.002 respectively. It wasn’t just close competition, however, there was also some stat-creating speed: the top eight on the grid were under the previous fastest pole position time (Folger, 2016), and in Jerez in testing Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Ajo) and Sam Lowes’ (Federal Oil Gresini Moto2) best efforts would have been enough to put them on the front row for the MotoGP™ race there in 2004, just a tenth off the pole position of Valentino Rossi. Sargent says he sees no reason why that won’t be a repeated feat this season – nor one that won’t be continually attainable in the years ahead.

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