2011 MotoGP Sepang 2 Day 2 Times - Repsol Hondas Pulverize Lap Record

Results after Day 2:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Diff Previous
1 27 Casey Stoner Honda 2:00.171    
2 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda 2:00.229 0.058 0.058
3 4 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 2:00.531 0.360 0.302
4 11 Ben Spies Yamaha 2:00.824 0.653 0.293
5 1 Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 2:00.931 0.760 0.107
6 58 Marco Simoncelli Honda 2:01.033 0.862 0.102
7 7 Hiroshi Aoyama Honda 2:01.439 1.268 0.406
8 5 Colin Edwards Yamaha 2:01.738 1.567 0.299
9 200 T2 (with Lorenzo riding) Yamaha 2:01.792 1.621 0.054
10 40 Hector Barbera Ducati 2:01.909 1.738 0.117
11 19 Alvaro Bautista Suzuki 2:02.035 1.864 0.126
12 69 Nicky Hayden Ducati 2:02.208 2.037 0.173
13 100 T1 Yamaha 2:02.596 2.425 0.388
14 14 Randy de Puniet Ducati 2:02.604 2.433 0.008
15 65 Loris Capirossi Ducati 2:02.624 2.453 0.020
16 17 Karel Abraham Ducati 2:02.676 2.505 0.052
17 24 Toni Elias Honda 2:02.941 2.770 0.265
18 35 Cal Crutchlow Yamaha 2:02.984 2.813 0.043
19 9 Noburu Aoki Suzuki 2:04.582 4.411 1.598

Valentino Rossi is the current official lap record holder, with a time of 2'00.518 set during 2009.

Valentino Rossi did not ride. The Marlboro Ducati rider was struck down with flu, and returned very early to the hotel. Alvaro Bautista and Cal Crutchlow are also still suffering.

T2 is the second official Yamaha test bike. Jorge Lorenzo took it out for a spin and set the 9th fastest time on it.

Race Details
2011
Results after Day 2:

Comments

Title typo?

Should read "Sepang 2 Day 2"?

A fast Repsol Honda spaniard following a faster Repsol Honda australian. Deja-vu feeling.

I hope it ends like in 1999, not like the five previous years...

Total votes: 16

Title error.

It says "2011 MotoGP Sepang 2 Day 1 Times - Repsol Hondas Pulverize Lap Record" should be "... Day 2 Times..."

Very impressive times from Repsol boys..

Also is it still "Malboro Ducati" or is it "Tim Ducati" now?

Total votes: 14

Autocomplete

That's autocomplete for you ... Fixed it now, thanks!

And it's still "The Ducati Marlboro Racing Team" it's just that you can't see the logo anywhere.

Total votes: 20

Becoming more ominous for the opposition

Now that HRC seem to have sorted their achilles heel - the clutch. Here's hoping the Yamaha's can stay with them, and that someone gets the GP11 working good and on the pace. I really expected more from Capirossi by now. He's had four seasons to get used to the electrotrickery of the modern era and plenty of experience of Ducati's DNA. Rather surprised to see him so far back. Perhaps time is catching up with him and the goal posts have been moved too far forward by the young bucks.

Total votes: 16

Wow

5 Hondas in the top 7! 1 Ducati in the top 10?!
Hopefully 2011 doesn't turn out to be a one horse show

Total votes: 16

Looks like Honda *must* get

Looks like Honda *must* get the title this year or else heads will roll...

Total votes: 15

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