2011 Brno Moto2 Qualifying Practice Result: Last Lap Dash Secures Pole

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Diff Previous
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ SUTER 2'02.493    
2 65 Stefan BRADL KALEX 2'02.704 0.211 0.211
3 15 Alex DE ANGELIS MOTOBI 2'02.725 0.232 0.021
4 12 Thomas LUTHI SUTER 2'02.848 0.355 0.123
5 29 Andrea IANNONE SUTER 2'02.943 0.450 0.095
6 40 Aleix ESPARGARO KALEX 2'03.461 0.968 0.518
7 3 Simone CORSI FTR 2'03.497 1.004 0.036
8 75 Mattia PASINI FTR 2'03.523 1.030 0.026
9 71 Claudio CORTI SUTER 2'03.545 1.052 0.022
10 4 Randy KRUMMENACHER KALEX 2'03.606 1.113 0.061
11 16 Jules CLUZEL SUTER 2'03.627 1.134 0.021
12 77 Dominique AEGERTER SUTER 2'03.662 1.169 0.035
13 54 Kenan SOFUOGLU SUTER 2'03.702 1.209 0.040
14 44 Pol ESPARGARO FTR 2'03.715 1.222 0.013
15 76 Max NEUKIRCHNER FTR 2'03.749 1.256 0.034
16 38 Bradley SMITH TECH 3 2'03.844 1.351 0.095
17 72 Yuki TAKAHASHI MORIWAKI 2'03.849 1.356 0.005
18 34 Esteve RABAT FTR 2'03.898 1.405 0.049
19 53 Valentin DEBISE FTR 2'04.005 1.512 0.107
20 45 Scott REDDING SUTER 2'04.025 1.532 0.020
21 14 Ratthapark WILAIROT FTR 2'04.082 1.589 0.057
22 51 Michele PIRRO MORIWAKI 2'04.153 1.660 0.071
23 18 Jordi TORRES SUTER 2'04.178 1.685 0.025
24 63 Mike DI MEGLIO TECH 3 2'04.320 1.827 0.142
25 39 Robertino PIETRI SUTER 2'04.351 1.858 0.031
26 88 Ricard CARDUS MORIWAKI 2'04.488 1.995 0.137
27 80 Axel PONS KALEX 2'04.574 2.081 0.086
28 31 Carmelo MORALES SUTER 2'04.586 2.093 0.012
29 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ FTR 2'04.623 2.130 0.037
30 36 Mika KALLIO SUTER 2'04.823 2.330 0.200
31 25 Alex BALDOLINI SUTER 2'04.915 2.422 0.092
32 9 Kenny NOYES FTR 2'04.957 2.464 0.042
33 19 Xavier SIMEON TECH 3 2'05.220 2.727 0.263
34 13 Anthony WEST FTR 2'05.713 3.220 0.493
35 97 Steven ODENDAAL SUTER 2'05.991 3.498 0.278
36 64 Santiago HERNANDEZ FTR 2'06.349 3.856 0.358
37 95 Mashel AL NAIMI MORIWAKI 2'07.505 5.012 1.156
38 24 Tommaso LORENZETTI FTR 2'08.257 5.764 0.752

 

2011
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Comments

So Moto2 bikes are about 1 sec faster than WSS at Brno, despite the weaker engines and that semi-functional clutch.

On the other hand, Marquez's time would have only earned him 6th on the 250 grid in 2009, about 0.8s behind Simoncelli...