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Positive Qualifying Result For Bautista

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Álvaro Bautista will start in 9th place for tomorrows Spanish Grand Prix after a solid session in front of his home crowd. After steadily improving his times throughout the session, and working on his setup under cloudy skies, the Spaniard will start at the back of row 3.

Speaking after the session, Bautista said, “It's was a good day's practice because we improved on yesterday's rhythm and lap-times. I tried a different setting in the shock with the harder tyres this morning, but I didn't like it too much, so for this afternoon we continued with the same setting as yesterday. I tested the hard front and soft rear tyres, but I didn't really have a good feeling from the front, especially under hard braking when entering a corner, so I changed to a soft front and was able to get a good feeling and keep my place in the top 10.”

“At the end of the qualifying session we put on a new set of tyres to make a good lap for the best grid position and I did my best lap alone – without following other riders. On this track if you follow someone you can get a good time, but I am happy with my time because in each practice I improved by one second. My feeling with the bike is still not 100%, but it is getting much better. I have a lot more confidence now than the first practice and I am getting more aggressive, so I hope to get the same feeling in the race!” he continued.

He finished, “The third row is a good position and it is the same as last year and tomorrow – depending on the weather – we will have a good race. I want to say thank-you to my crew because they are working very hard to give me a bike that gives me the confidence I need after my injury. I will try to enjoy tomorrow's race and hope that they enjoy it too!”

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