MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2008 Estoril FP3 Times Day 3 - Edwards Close To Record Pace

The third free practice session at Estoril's Portuguese Grand Prix started half an hour later than planned, after morning dew had left the track damp and treacherous. Though the spring sunshine soon chased away the damp patches, the air and track temperatures meant that the conditions remained cooler than the riders would have wanted.

Of course, this did not stop them from going fast. The tone was set by Valentino Rossi and Randy de Puniet, who were swiftly running 1'38 laps, around the pace set in yesterday's much warmer afternoon session. Behind Rossi and de Puniet, Colin Edwards, Nicky Hayden and John Hopkins matched the speed of the leading pair.

In the end, it was Colin Edwards who set the fastest lap, getting down to within 1/10th of a second of lap record pace halfway through practice, with a lap of 1'37.598. But it was no fluke, as it was set in the middle of a long run of very fast laps. The Texan, who is rapidly earning back his "Tornado" moniker, continued to run laps at a similar pace for the rest of the session, getting an obvious benefit from the new engine in his Yamaha M1.

Jorge Lorenzo underlined the fact that the Yamahas run well in Portugal, taking 2nd spot with a time just 0.07 off Edwards' fastest lap. But while Edwards was fast all session, Lorenzo found a burst of speed in the second half of practice.

Nicky Hayden was the 3rd fastest man on the track, nearly a quarter of a second behind Edwards. But Hayden was consistently fast, at a track he obviously likes. Behind Hayden, Valentino Rossi set the 4th fastest time, and was the fastest of the Bridgestone riders by a long way. Rossi was the last man inside 1'37, and over half a second faster than the next fastest rider on Bridgestones.

Hayden's Repsol Honda team mate was 5th fastest, and like Lorenzo, was faster during the second half of practice, running a consistent pace in the low 1'38s. The top 5 all look capable of running a decent race pace, with Edwards and Lorenzo especially impressive.

James Toseland made it 4 Yamahas in the top 6, in a very impressive display of learning a track. Toseland, who has never ridden at Estoril before, improved his time from yesterday afternoon by over 1.7 seconds, and looks like he may have some speed in hand. If he continues to learn at this pace, the British World Superbike champion could spring a surprise on Sunday.

Toseland beat fellow rookie Andrea Dovizioso into 7th place, the Italian looking stronger and stronger. In 8th came Randy de Puniet, who could not consolidate on his early pace. John Hopkins was another rider who could not build on the speed he had early in the session. The Kawasaki rider looked like jumping back into the lead on one lap, but lost out in the final section. Hopper still managed to finish ahead of his former Suzuki team mate Chris Vermeulen, another rider who made a huge improvement, taking 1.4 seconds off his time from yesterday afternoon to set the 10th fastest time.

The morning's big losers were Ducati. Marco Melandri's misery continued, finishing 18th and dead last, over 3 seconds off the pace, and barely improving his time from Friday. The Alice Ducatis did better, though still ahead only of Melandri, but both Elias and Guintoli picked up over 2 seconds. Sadly for the Alice team, this still leaves them over 2 seconds off the pace.

But the most worrying development must be Casey Stoner's 11th place. Stoner could not find the second or so he needs to catch the leading group. He managed to improve his times from yesterday by half a second, but the top 5 were all around a second a lap faster than Friday. Stoner's laps followed a persistent pattern: fast in the first section, strong in the second section, but losing out badly in the third and fourth sections of the track, sections which are crucial to going fast at Estoril, containing the chicane, the Esses and the Parabolica, the fast right which leads back onto the straight.

The top speed chart shows that the Ducati's problems aren't in the parabolica. Three Ducatis are in the top 4 fastest speeds, with only Jorge Lorenzo's 3rd fastest speed keeping Melandri out of the top 3. Casey Stoner was complaining of a lack of confidence in the front end on Friday. As this has been the key to Stoner's success in the past, unless Ducati and Bridgestone find a remedy soon, the prospects look bad for Stoner's season.

The Ducati engineers have a couple of hours to find a solution, before qualifying starts this afternoon, and the grid is set for tomorrow's race.

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'37.598
2 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'37.668 0.070 0.070
3 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'37.833 0.235 0.165
4 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'37.863 0.265 0.030
5 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'38.016 0.418 0.153
6 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'38.308 0.710 0.292
7 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'38.312 0.714 0.004
8 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'38.332 0.734 0.020
9 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'38.508 0.910 0.176
10 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'38.590 0.992 0.082
11 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'38.736 1.138 0.146
12 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'38.868 1.270 0.132
13 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'39.076 1.478 0.208
14 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'39.749 2.151 0.673
15 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'39.834 2.236 0.085
16 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'39.871 2.273 0.037
17 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'40.647 3.049 0.776
18 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'40.711 3.113 0.064

Circuit Records:

Fastest Lap: Lap 13 Colin EDWARDS 1'37.598 154.257 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2007 Nicky HAYDEN 1'37.493 154.423 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Valentino ROSSI 1'36.200 156.498 Km/h
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2008 Estoril FP2 Times Day 1 - Michelins Lead, Only Rossi Can Follow

The weather had improved considerably this afternoon during MotoGP's FP2 session, the session starting sunny and dry. But sunny as it may have been, at the start of the session, the track was still pretty cool, as a coterie of crashers hit the deck on their first laps out of the pits. The fallers included Alex de Angelis, who has managed to fall off in almost every single session of practice so far this year, James Toseland, and the reigning champion Casey Stoner.

Despite his strong start this morning, Casey Stoner had a rather unhappy time this afternoon. His early crash meant that he was unable to use his number 1 bike for the session, and as Stoner is very picky about which of the two Ducatis he rides, despite the machines being supposedly identical, the Australian never really hit his stride.

The session turned into an entertaining back and forth between Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa, Tech 3 Yamaha's Colin Edwards, and Fiat Yamaha's Valentino Rossi. It was obvious that Edwards likes this track, as his name was continually at the top of the timing sheets, until Dani Pedrosa started putting in some very hot laps towards the end of the session. In the end, Pedrosa took the fastest time, ahead of Rossi and Edwards. Like Pedrosa, Rossi set his fastest times in the latter half of the session, while Edwards was quick all day. But the order the top 3 finished in was almost random, as Pedrosa was only 0.04 of a second faster than Rossi, who was only 0.08 of a second faster than Edwards.

Positions 4 and 5 were taken by the team mates of places 1 and 2, with Nicky Hayden leading Jorge Lorenzo. Lorenzo never looked like dominating as he has at earlier races, but still showed strongly in what is still only his third race. Hayden was almost as quick as the front three, and finished within 2/10ths of Pedrosa.

Another rookie finished in 6th Andrea Dovizioso being impressive once again on the satellite Honda, and finishing ahead of the reigning world champion. Stoner was far from pleased with his own progress, and spent a lot of time in the pits in animated discussion with his engineers.

In 8th, Shinya Nakano showed a pleasantly surprising return to form, finally finding his feet on the Bridgestone-shod Gresini Honda. Nakano finished ahead of the LCR Honda of Randy de Puniet, who was fastest earlier in the session, but couldn't match the pace once the big names stepped up a gear. And John Hopkins rounded out the top 10, the Kawasaki starting to find some pace, but still a way off the front.

At the bottom of the grid, the other Ducatis continued to struggle, with the Alice Ducatis finishing dead last, and Marco Melandri only managing to beat Ant West on the other Kawasaki to take 15th. But the award for unluckiest rider on the grid must surely go to Toni Elias, whose Alice Ducati blew up in a big cloud of oily smoke down the front straight. As if having your engine detonate underneath wasn't bad enough, the Ducati then blew a stream of scorching oil into Elias' boot, requiring the Spaniard to visit the local hospital for a further examination.

The final item worthy of note was the marked difference in fortunes of the different tire companies under vastly different weather conditions. In the cold and damp, the Bridgestones dominated, while in the dry, warmer afternoon, it was very much the Michelins who were in charge. With the weather expected to improve from today onwards, the omens are good for the French rubber company.

Practice continues on Saturday, with the official Qualifying session tomorrow afternoon.

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'38.507
2 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'38.547 0.040 0.040
3 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'38.632 0.125 0.085
4 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'38.688 0.181 0.056
5 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'38.868 0.361 0.180
6 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'39.171 0.664 0.303
7 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'39.202 0.695 0.031
8 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'39.309 0.802 0.107
9 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'39.332 0.825 0.023
10 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'39.474 0.967 0.142
11 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'39.591 1.084 0.117
12 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'39.946 1.439 0.355
13 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'40.055 1.548 0.109
14 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'41.033 2.526 0.978
15 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'41.112 2.605 0.079
16 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'41.572 3.065 0.460
17 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'41.875 3.368 0.303
18 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'43.262 4.755 1.387

Circuit Records:

Fastest Lap: Lap 24 Dani PEDROSA 1'38.507 152.833 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2007 Nicky HAYDEN 1'37.493 154.423 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Valentino ROSSI 1'36.200 156.498 Km/h
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2008 Estoril FP1 Times Day 1 - A Damp Start, The Usual Leader

The morning started wet, with rain during the 125 practice session, but though the MotoGP riders went out on a damp track, at least the rain had stopped. The rain was good for some, though, as Ant West finally found himself running nearer the front, rather than at the back. West was joined early on by Chris Vermeulen, the other wet weather wizard, but Vermeulen's time didn't improve as fast as the conditions.

But it was the names you would expect who were fastest. Casey Stoner ran only a few laps, but they were good enough for the fastest time, and Stoner was fast almost from the moment he hit the track. Valentino Rossi made good use of the weather to gain valuable experience on wet-weather Bridgestones, and Shinya Nakano showed that he still has what it takes, taking a surprising 3rd fastest time.

Nakano and West weren't the only riders to benefit from the conditions. West was usually to be found at the rear of the pack, down with the Alice Ducatis, but the conditions meant that Guintoli and Elias managed much more respectable performances.

The Tech 3 team finally got their pneumatic valve engined Yamahas, which meant they should be much faster, but Toseland and Edwards spent most of the time at the bottom of the timesheets, with the slowest top speeds, presumably down to getting the electronics dialed in to deal with the power coming out of the Parabolica.

Alex de Angelis made only a brief appearance at the end of the session, as the San Marinese rider is struggling with a severe bout of 'flu and tonsilitis.

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'47.900
2 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'48.599 0.699 0.699
3 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'48.754 0.854 0.155
4 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'48.873 0.973 0.119
5 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'49.530 1.630 0.657
6 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'49.787 1.887 0.257
7 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'49.903 2.003 0.116
8 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'50.123 2.223 0.220
9 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'50.278 2.378 0.155
10 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'50.422 2.522 0.144
11 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'50.447 2.547 0.025
12 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'50.588 2.688 0.141
13 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'50.761 2.861 0.173
14 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'51.195 3.295 0.434
15 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'51.392 3.492 0.197
16 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'52.045 4.145 0.653
17 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'53.196 5.296 1.151
18 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'53.907 6.007 0.711

Circuit Records:

Fastest Lap: Lap 12 Casey STONER 1'47.900 139.529 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2007 Nicky HAYDEN 1'37.493 154.423 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Valentino ROSSI 1'36.200 156.498 Km/h
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2008 Post Jerez Round Test Times, Day 2

Times from the last day of testing at Jerez courtesy of GPOne.com:

1 Nicky HAYDEN Honda 1'38.940
2 Dani PEDROSA Honda 1'40.099
3 Chris VERMEULEN Suzuki 1'40.184
4 Loris CAPIROSSI Suzuki 1'40.776
5 Olivier JACQUES Kawasaki 1'41.852
6 William COSTES Yamaha 1'42.581
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2008 Post Jerez Round Test Times, Day 1

Times taken from GPOne.com

1 Jorge LORENZO Yamaha 1'38.679
2 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 1'39.117
3 Casey STONER Ducati 1'39.218
4 Randy DE PUNIET Honda 1'39.484
5 John HOPKINS Kawasaki 1'39.569
6 Loris CAPIROSSI Suzuki 1'39.747
7 Shinya NAKANO Honda 1'40.034
8 Dani PEDROSA Honda 1'40.116
9 Nicky HAYDEN Honda 1'40.389
10 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Honda 1'40.394
11 Chris VERMEULEN Suzuki 1'40.534
12 Alex DE ANGELIS Honda 1'41.308
13 Marco MELANDRI Ducati 1'41.396
14 Ant WEST Kawasaki 1'42.132
15 Toni ELIAS Ducati 1'42.240
16 Olivier JACQUE Kawasaki 1'42.562
17 Sylvain GUINTOLI Ducati 1'42.624
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2008 Jerez MotoGP Race Results

1 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 45'35.121
2 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 45'38.004 2.883
3 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 45'39.460 4.339
4 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 45'45.263 10.142
5 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 46'02.645 27.524
6 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 46'02.929 27.808
7 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 46'03.417 28.296
8 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 46'03.570 28.449
9 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 46'07.690 32.569
10 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 46'10.212 35.091
11 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 46'17.344 42.223
12 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 46'19.619 44.498
13 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 46'20.928 45.807
14 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 46'20.992 45.871
15 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 46'44.679 1'09.558
16 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 46'49.563 1'14.442
Not Classified
5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 9'10.348 22 laps
14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 3'31.127 25 laps

Championship standings after the Jerez MotoGP race.

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2008 Jerez Qualifying Practice Times Day 2 - Lap Record Shattered

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'38.189
2 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'38.789 0.600 0.600
3 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'38.954 0.765 0.165
4 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'39.061 0.872 0.107
5 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'39.064 0.875 0.003
6 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'39.122 0.933 0.058
7 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'39.286 1.097 0.164
8 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'39.334 1.145 0.048
9 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'39.439 1.250 0.105
10 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'39.484 1.295 0.045
11 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'39.559 1.370 0.075
12 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'39.704 1.515 0.145
13 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'39.767 1.578 0.063
14 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'40.037 1.848 0.270
15 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'40.088 1.899 0.051
16 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'40.286 2.097 0.198
17 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'40.939 2.750 0.653
18 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'41.027 2.838 0.088

Circuit Records

Fastest Lap Lap 6 Jorge LORENZO 1'38.189 162.164 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap 2005 Valentino ROSSI 1'40.596 158.284 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap 2008 Jorge LORENZO 1'38.189 162.164 Km/h
Previous Best Lap 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 1'39.064 160.732 Km/h

Jorge Lorenzo shattered the Pole record by 0.875 seconds. Loris Capirossi had set the previous lap record on a 990 cc Ducati.

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2008 Jerez FP3 Times Day 2 - Pedrosa Leads The Way

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'40.337
2 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'40.402 0.065 0.065
3 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'40.415 0.078 0.013
4 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'40.423 0.086 0.008
5 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'40.488 0.151 0.065
6 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'40.617 0.280 0.129
7 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'40.692 0.355 0.075
8 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'40.731 0.394 0.039
9 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'40.775 0.438 0.044
10 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'40.837 0.500 0.062
11 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'40.944 0.607 0.107
12 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'41.042 0.705 0.098
13 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'41.135 0.798 0.093
14 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'41.188 0.851 0.053
15 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'41.559 1.222 0.371
16 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'41.975 1.638 0.416
17 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'42.422 2.085 0.447
18 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'42.613 2.276 0.191

Circuit Records

Fastest Lap Lap 6 Dani PEDROSA 1'40.337 158.693 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap 2005 Valentino ROSSI 1'40.596 158.284 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 1'39.064 160.732 Km/h
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2008 Jerez FP2 Times Day 1 - Lorenzo Dominates The Afternoon

The first day of practice at Jerez was full of surprises. Despite Jerez not being a track which is particularly kind to Ducati, the fear of many was that we would see the old, familiar pattern once again: Casey Stoner coming out and being quick right from the very start.

The first session had been a little like that, but Stoner had been a long way from dominating. In the end, it was Colin Edwards who had set the fastest time, in a long string of laps in the mid-1'40s. Although Stoner was 2nd fastest, with Valentino Rossi not far behind, it was Edwards on the Tech 3 Yamaha who was most impressive.

The afternoon practice was even more interesting. This time, Yamaha turned in a clean sweep, taking the top 3 times in the session with apparent ease, with Fiat Yamaha team mates Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi, by just hundredths apart, beating Colin Edwards into 3rd.

Lorenzo's performance was truly impressive, putting in a long sequence of laps in the 1'40s, showing a consistency that could make him unbeatable in the race. The rest of top 6 all managed a few laps in the 1'40 bracket, but Lorenzo seemed capable of banging them out almost at will. But he didn't have it all his own way, as both Nicky Hayden and Valentino Rossi held the fastest lap for a good part of the session. Rossi, though, took much of the session to find his feet, only really moving up the order in the second half of the session.

Nicky Hayden, now happily ensconced on the 2008 version of the Honda RC212V, comfortably held off his team mate Dani Pedrosa to set the 4th fastest time. Pedrosa, though, seemed to still be in some pain at the end of the session. Although there is no question of Pedrosa not racing, it's obvious that his hand isn't back to full strength just yet.

Reigning champion, and the winner of the last race Casey Stoner had a very mediocre day. Stoner crashed halfway through the session, losing the front into one of the left-handers, but escaped relatively unscathed. Stoner had been looking more and more as if he was right on the edge throughout practice, his Ducati GP8 shaking its head every more violently getting in and out of corners. Stoner's crash left him saddled with his number 2 bike for the remainder of the session, something Mr Perfect is not particularly comfortable with. Stoner has an uphill task ahead of him here, if today's events are anything to go by.

Stoner wasn't the only faller of the day. Earlier in the session, both James Toseland and Sylvain Guintoli had harmless excursions into the gravel, joined in the dying minutes by Shinya Nakano.

Despite his crash, Toseland still managed a respectable 8th place finish, behind the other rookie revelation Andrea Dovizioso. Behind Toseland, Loris Capirossi set the 9th fastest time, the Suzuki finally showing some improvement. The last of the rookies, Alex de Angelis, rounded out the top 10.

Practice continues tomorrow, with Qualifying, crucial at the narrow Spanish track, taking place in the afternoon.

1 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'40.321
2 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'40.364 0.043 0.043
3 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'40.584 0.263 0.220
4 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'40.673 0.352 0.089
5 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'40.815 0.494 0.142
6 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'40.877 0.556 0.062
7 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'40.909 0.588 0.032
8 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'41.028 0.707 0.119
9 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'41.157 0.836 0.129
10 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'41.189 0.868 0.032
11 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'41.268 0.947 0.079
12 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'41.303 0.982 0.035
13 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'41.393 1.072 0.090
14 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'41.519 1.198 0.126
15 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'41.825 1.504 0.306
16 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'42.115 1.794 0.290
17 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'42.181 1.860 0.066
18 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'42.183 1.862 0.002

Circuit Records

Fastest Lap Lap 24 Jorge LORENZO 1'40.321 158.718 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap 2005 Valentino ROSSI 1'40.596 158.284 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 1'39.064 160.732 Km/h
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2008 Jerez FP1 Times Day 1 - Yamahas Still Fast At Jerez

1 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'40.714
2 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'40.828 0.114 0.114
3 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'40.918 0.204 0.090
4 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'41.182 0.468 0.264
5 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'41.371 0.657 0.189
6 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'41.378 0.664 0.007
7 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'41.419 0.705 0.041
8 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'41.443 0.729 0.024
9 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'41.579 0.865 0.136
10 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'41.599 0.885 0.020
11 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'41.607 0.893 0.008
12 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'41.746 1.032 0.139
13 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'41.944 1.230 0.198
14 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'41.980 1.266 0.036
15 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'42.300 1.586 0.320
16 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'42.454 1.740 0.154
17 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'42.868 2.154 0.414
18 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'43.206 2.492 0.338

Circuit Records

Fastest Lap Lap 19 Colin EDWARDS 1'40.714 158.099 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap 2005 Valentino ROSSI 1'40.596 158.284 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 1'39.064 160.732 Km/h
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