Archive - Race Or Practice Result

July 17th, 2015

2015 Laguna Seca World Superbike FP2 Results: Davies Holds Off Sykes

Chas Davies, third quickest this morning, climbs to the top of the pile with Tom Sykes on the Kawasaki holding off his Ducati teammate Davide Giugliano. Jonathan Rea was fourth quickest while Niccolo Canepa continued to shine in fifth.


2015 Laguna Seca World Superbike FP1 Results: Kawasaki's Rea And Sykes Quickest

In the first session back after a long break, the Kawasakis go quickest with the Ducatis right behind them. Jonathan Rea was quickest ahead of Tom Sykes and Chaz Davies. The Ducati in fourth place was not that of Davide Giugliano, he was fifth quickest, but was Nicollo Canepa on the Althea bike. There was a brief red flag two thirds of the way through, but it wasn't a serious incident and the day's schedule hasn't been impacted.


July 12th

2015 Sachsenring Moto2 Race Result: Short Laps, No Straights

Twenty nine short laps away from the summer break, Moto2 took place in good racing weather.

2015 Sachsenring Moto3 Race Result: Half The Series Raced

After a reorganised grid, with the shenanigans of qualifying sorted out, would the shuffle affect the race result?

2015 Sachsenring Moto2 Warm Up Result: Zarco Leads Again


2015 Sachsenring Moto3 Warm Up Result: Kent Leads, Gap Closes


July 11th

2015 Sachsenring Moto2 Qualifying Practice Result: Tight At The Top

Results Below:

2015 Sachsenring Moto3 Qualifying Practice Result: Incidents Fill Qualifying

Results and summary of Moto3 qualifying:

2015 Sachsenring Moto2 FP3 Result: Morbidelli Smashes Lap Record To Head Zarco And Rabat

Franco Morbidelli put in a late push to lead the final session of free practice for the Moto2 class at the Sachsenring. The Italian smashed the existing lap record by three tenths of a second, to push Johann Zarco into 2nd place, despite the fact that he was quicker than the Jordi Torres' record from 2013 as well. Tito Rabat hung in for 3rd place, finishing ahead of Xavier Simeon and Simone Corsi. Sam Lowes, who had been fastest on Friday morning, suffered a small crash and ended down in 13th, just under eight tenths off the pace of Morbidelli.


2015 Sachsenring MotoGP FP3 Result: Marquez Holds Off The Yamahas

Marc Marquez has topped the final session of free practice for the MotoGP class, dropping the pace as the weather has picked up. The last ten minutes turned frantic, as riders chased times for a slot in Q2, with a few people quick on Friday falling victim on Saturday morning.

Marquez was fast throughout the session, slashing his time in the last few minutes. The Repsol Honda rider finished ahead of the two Movistar Yamahas, Jorge Lorenzo just over a tenth slower than Marquez, Valentino Rossi pushing out a fast lap to be five hundredths behind his teammate. Andrea Dovizioso picked up the pace to grab 4th, but the factory Ducati rider was nearly half a second slower than Marquez.

Bradley Smith finished an impressive 5th, and could have been closer if he hadn't had a moment at the bottom of the waterfall and lost a couple of tenths. Dani Pedrosa was fast on race pace, but less so once the pace hotted up, but still ended 6th ahead of the Suzuki of Aleix Espargaro. Cal Crutchlow took 8th slot, despite a minor crash at the Omega corner in the second half of practice, from which he escaped uninjured. Andrea Iannone was the only rider not to improve his time on Saturday morning, his second Ducati sporting a larger set of winglets. Pol Espargaro was the final man in the top 10, the Tech 3 Yamaha rider securing his place in Q2 early.

2015 Sachsenring Moto3 FP3 Result: Kent Crushes Track Record

Danny Kent continues his demoralizing of the Moto3 opposition, the Englishman once again lapping the 3.671 kilometer circuit over six tenths faster than his rivals. Fabio Quartararo was once again the closest man to Kent, the French youngster taking 2nd ahead of Kent's Leopard Racing teammate Efren Vazquez. Alexis Masbou was 4th by the very slimmest of possible margins, just a thousandth of a second off Vazquez, and ahead of John McPhee, who is having a very positive weekend.