2011 125cc Qatar FP1 Result: Terol Sets The Tone For 2011

Nico Terol picked up in the first session of free practice at Qatar where he left off during testing, ending the session with an advantage of nearly a second over the rest of the field. Jonas Folger took 2nd place, just ahead of Sandro Cortese and Luis Salom.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Diff Previous
1 18 Nicolas TEROL APRILIA 2'09.122
2 94 Jonas FOLGER APRILIA 2'10.116 0.994 0.994
3 11 Sandro CORTESE APRILIA 2'10.431 1.309 0.315
4 39 Luis SALOM APRILIA 2'10.493 1.371 0.062
5 7 Efren VAZQUEZ DERBI 2'10.648 1.526 0.155
6 5 Johann ZARCO DERBI 2'10.779 1.657 0.131
7 55 Hector FAUBEL APRILIA 2'10.956 1.834 0.177
8 33 Sergio GADEA APRILIA 2'10.991 1.869 0.035
9 44 Miguel OLIVEIRA APRILIA 2'11.605 2.483 0.614
10 23 Alberto MONCAYO APRILIA 2'11.676 2.554 0.071
11 26 Adrian MARTIN APRILIA 2'11.677 2.555 0.001
12 52 Danny KENT APRILIA 2'11.903 2.781 0.226
13 96 Louis ROSSI APRILIA 2'12.337 3.215 0.434
14 25 Maverick VIÑALES APRILIA 2'12.575 3.453 0.238
15 3 Luigi MORCIANO APRILIA 2'12.985 3.863 0.410
16 99 Danny WEBB MAHINDRA 2'13.023 3.901 0.038
17 63 Zulfahmi KHAIRUDDIN DERBI 2'13.471 4.349 0.448
18 15 Simone GROTZKYJ APRILIA 2'13.555 4.433 0.084
19 76 Hiroki ONO KTM 2'13.603 4.481 0.048
20 31 Niklas AJO APRILIA 2'13.788 4.666 0.185
21 53 Jasper IWEMA APRILIA 2'14.549 5.427 0.761
22 77 Marcel SCHROTTER MAHINDRA 2'15.391 6.269 0.842
23 19 Alessandro TONUCCI APRILIA 2'15.495 6.373 0.104
24 21 Harry STAFFORD APRILIA 2'15.702 6.580 0.207
25 84 Jakub KORNFEIL APRILIA 2'16.355 7.233 0.653
26 17 Taylor MACKENZIE APRILIA 2'16.872 7.750 0.517
27 30 Giulian PEDONE APRILIA 2'17.227 8.105 0.355
Not qualified (Out 107%) 2'18.160
36 Joan PERELLO APRILIA 2'18.388 9.266 1.161
12 Daniel KARTHEININGER KTM 2'19.390 10.268 1.002
43 Francesco MAURIELLO APRILIA 2'21.240 12.118 1.850
69 Sarath KUMAR APRILIA 2'28.860 19.738 7.620
2011
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Comments

Mahindra are last year's Lambretta team, backed by an Indian manufacturer. But the bike is basically the Lambretta, as built by Engines Engineering, an Italian firm.