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Race Day Schedule For Valencia Changed: Warm Up 30 Minutes Later, MotoE Race After MotoGP

The cold conditions at Valencia have forced Dorna to change the schedule for Sunday. The Moto3, Moto2, and MotoGP race times are all untouched, but warm up has been moved half an hour later, to avoid the unusually cold conditions in the morning.

Warm up sessions will start from 8:50am, with MotoGP running from 9:50 to 10:10. That has also forced the MotoE race to be pushed back after the MotoGP race. The MotoE race will now start at 15:30.

New schedule:

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2019 Valencia MotoGP FP4 Result: Vinales Leads After Marquez Falls

With track temperature finally reaching numbers over the legal drinking age in most countries, the premier class got an opportunity to sample some hard rubber, no one more eagerly than the world champion. Marc Marquez set his flag at the top of the timesheets early on and after losing a wing in a tussle with Karel Abraham, the Spaniard soldiered on semi-wingless and went even faster.

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2019 Valencia Moto2 FP3 Result: Binder Unrivalled

With the surface warming up nicely for the final Moto2 practice session, times were quicker to tumble than for the other FP3 sessions. Or maybe it was just Brad Binder being a man on a mission and repeatedly breaking his own lap record from Friday. The KTM rider dominated proceedings on Saturday morning once again and the closest anyone got was two tenths of a second’s gap for rookie of the year contender Fabio di Giannantonio. Augusto Fernandez was back in the limelight in third position, ahead of familiar rival Tom Luthi.

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2019 Valencia MotoGP FP3 Result: The Quartararo Show - Part 3

Valencia wasn’t feeling very generous with degrees Celsius on Saturday morning but the premier class still had just enough to duel for top ten positions. Marc Marquez was the first to improve on his Friday time and it put him at the top of the timesheets by half a second but the real fight was reserved for the final five minutes of FP3. With the combined top ten covered by merely half a second and the timing screens covered in red, no one was safe from the threat of Q1.

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2019 Valencia Moto3 FP3 Result: Ramirez Leads Leopard Assault

Another cold morning in Valencia meant that the lightweight class struggled to find time to improve on their Friday benchmarks. That did not stop riders from engaging in the usual final three minutes' shenanigans in the search for a top 14 position. Up until that point, there were few improvements on the timesheets from the likes of Tony Arbolino or Tatsuki Suzuki, who had pretty tame Fridays, but the final combined standings were a mixed bag of FP2 and FP3 times.

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