The GYTR GRT Yamaha pair kept working to build pace in the opening Warm Up session. Aegerter was 4th (1’41.826), Gardner 13th (1’42.583).
In the Tissot Superpole Race, the #77 dropped a couple of positions at the start, while the #87 enjoyed a decent getaway. The Swiss rider still fought until the very end for a Top 3 finish in a chaotic finale due to drops of rain falling in the latter stages, eventually crossing the line in 6th. On the other side of the garage, the Australian was unfortunately forced to retire due to a technical issue.
Aegerter and Gardner started from 6th and 11th on the grid in the final feature race of the weekend. Unfortunately, the GYTR GRT Yamaha duo dropped to 11th and 15th on the opening lap, but both showed good pace throughout the 20-lap contest, with Aegerter recovering to P8 – making him the Top Independent Rider. Gardner got back to P13, rescuing important points after a challenging weekend.
FULL RESULTS - WorldSBK - WARM UP
FULL RESULTS - WorldSBK - SUPERPOLE RACE