2014 Qatar Moto2 Warm Up Result: Rabat Sets The Pace

Results:

Pos. No. Rider Bike Time Diff. / Prev.
1 53 Esteve RABAT Kalex 2'00.614  
2 12 Thomas LUTHI Suter 2'00.801 0.187 / 0.187
3 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Kalex 2'00.902 0.288 / 0.101
4 15 Alex DE ANGELIS Suter 2'00.997 0.383 / 0.095
5 19 Xavier SIMEON Suter 2'01.213 0.599 / 0.216
6 77 Dominique AEGERTER Suter 2'01.222 0.608 / 0.009
7 3 Simone CORSI Forward KLX 2'01.263 0.649 / 0.041
8 36 Mika KALLIO Kalex 2'01.329 0.715 / 0.066
9 81 Jordi TORRES Suter 2'01.426 0.812 / 0.097
10 54 Mattia PASINI Forward KLX 2'01.427 0.813 / 0.001
11 40 Maverick VIÑALES Kalex 2'01.436 0.822 / 0.009
12 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Tech 3 2'01.471 0.857 / 0.035
13 39 Luis SALOM Kalex 2'01.531 0.917 / 0.060
14 5 Johann ZARCO Caterham Suter 2'01.578 0.964 / 0.047
15 22 Sam LOWES Speed Up 2'01.605 0.991 / 0.027
16 94 Jonas FOLGER Kalex 2'01.691 1.077 / 0.086
17 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Suter 2'01.692 1.078 / 0.001
18 60 Julian SIMON Kalex 2'01.998 1.384 / 0.306
19 49 Axel PONS Kalex 2'02.010 1.396 / 0.012
20 88 Ricard CARDUS Tech 3 2'02.083 1.469 / 0.073
21 95 Anthony WEST Speed Up 2'02.129 1.515 / 0.046
22 96 Louis ROSSI Kalex 2'02.333 1.719 / 0.204
23 18 Nicolas TEROL Suter 2'02.542 1.928 / 0.209
24 2 Josh HERRIN Caterham Suter 2'02.555 1.941 / 0.013
25 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Kalex 2'02.819 2.205 / 0.264
26 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN Kalex 2'02.910 2.296 / 0.091
27 25 Azlan SHAH Kalex 2'02.962 2.348 / 0.052
28 97 Roman RAMOS Speed Up 2'03.579 2.965 / 0.617
29 8 Gino REA Suter 2'03.585 2.971 / 0.006
30 4 Randy KRUMMENACHER Suter 2'04.211 3.597 / 0.626
31 10 Thitipong WAROKORN Kalex 2'04.353 3.739 / 0.142
32 70 Robin MULHAUSER Suter 2'05.283 4.669 / 0.930
33 98 Mashel AL NAIMI Speed Up 2'05.547 4.933 / 0.264
34 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA TSR 2'05.656 5.042 / 0.109
  11 Sandro CORTESE Kalex    

 

Race Details
Round Number: 
1
2014

Comments

Nakagamai,

Nakagamai, Nakagami,Nakagami... if anything this kid has the will and speed of being the champion this year. Ontop of that I believe if he does become champion it would send a powerful message that japan is still a forced to be reckoned with in motogp. overall here's cheering on the rising sun.

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