Jerez Moto2 Test Live Timing - Rain Keeps Riders In Pits

The weather gods, having given the Moto2 class its first break at Valencia, have struck back with a vengeance at Jerez. The first morning of the three-day test has so far been rained off, with only Toni Elias and Sergio Gadea having braved the conditions, and lapping well over the 2 minute mark, over 20 seconds off the pace. With the wet weather expected to continue for the remainder of Saturday at least, not much is likely to happen today, and the teams will have to hope for better conditions tomorrow.

When the riders are out on track, you can follow the action via live timing, which is available online, and shown embedded below:

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Moto2 have had rain trouble all year..
With the money they spend to hire the track in Spain for a day they could have flown all the teams out to Australia and had a week of testing in sunshine.. at Eastern Creek or Phillip Island or Queensland race way.

haha - I can't imagine MotoGP at Queensland Raceway... but if it was - I would be there in a flash! mind you, a fair bit of Qld is flooded at the moment. heh.

Moto2 have had rain trouble all year..
With the money they spend to hire the track in Spain for a day they could have flown all the teams out to Australia and had a week of testing in sunshine.. at Eastern Creek or Phillip Island or Queensland race way.