Archive - Race Or Practice Result
August 31st, 2015
Press releases from the Moto2 and Moto3 teams after Sunday's races at Silverstone:
Result and summary of the Moto3 race at Silverstone:
Results and summary of a fascinating MotoGP race at Silverstone:
Results and summary of the Moto2 race at Silverstone:
The track was damp, and both Sam Lowes and Alex Marquez crashed unharmed.
Results of qualifying for Moto2:
Results and summary of qualifying for MotoGP:
Results and summary of qualifying for Moto3:
Alex Rins topped the final session of free practice for the Moto2 class at Silverstone, just holding off a challenge from his former teammate Alex Marquez at the end. The two Alexes were a good deal quicker than the rest of the field, heading up Tito Rabat by over three tenths of a second. Championship leader Johann Zarco finished the session in 4th, while Sam Lowes took 5th spot, just ahead of Tom Luthi.
Jorge Lorenzo has stamped his authority on the MotoGP class in the final session of FP3, putting in a blistering lap right at the end to put nearly half a second between hiimself and Marc Marquez. Both Lorenzo and Marquez were fast all session, taking the top two slots with ease, though the final moments of the session, as riders pushed for a fast lap to ensure safe passage into Q2. Andrea Dovizioso took 3rd, just ahead of Dani Pedrosa, while Scott Redding had an impressive session to secure 5th spot and go straight through to Q2.
Bradley Smith finished in 6th, just a few thousandths behind Redding, but ahead of Valentino Rossi, who had spent the session working on his race pace. After a slow Friday, Cal Crutchlow pushed for a quick lap to grab 8th place, finishing ahead of Pol Espargaro and Andrea Iannone.
Jorge Martin put the Mahindra at the top of the timesheets in the Moto3 FP3 session, the Spanish rookie putting in a fast lap at the end of the session. Karel Hanika followed the Spaniard round to grab 2nd, demoting Jorge Navarro to 3rd on the timesheets. Navarro had led early on, with a challenge coming from championship leader Danny Kent.