Krummenacher Dominates Day One in Phillip Island

Free practice

Evan Bros. Bardahl Yamaha Supported WorldSSP rider, Randy Krummenacher, dominated proceedings on the opening day in Phillip Island, smashing the race record with a 1’32.777 in free practice this morning to end the day fastest overall.

Kallio Racing Yamaha Supported WorldSSP rider, Thomas Gradinger, was second on the timesheet this morning with his time of 1’33.150  ensuring he remained second on combined times at the end of the day. Federico Caricasulo was third, again with his lap time from the first free practice, while GMT94 Yamaha Supported WorldSSP rider, Jules Cluzel, was one of the few to improve his time this afternoon, to finish the day fourth on the timesheet.

Cluzel’s GMT94 Yamaha teammate, Corentin Perolari, finished ninth, ahead of Isaac Viñales in 11th and Loris Cresson in 16th.