MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2008 Qatar FP2 Times Day 1 - The Rookies Make A Dent

If the first session of free practice at Losail was a typical case of the Stoner Show, the young world champion stamping his authority on the field right from the get go, and with the most dictatorial jackboot he had to hand, the second session was a slightly different affair, in several interesting ways. Of course, the outcome was still the same, with Stoner topping the timesheets once again, but how he got there was a completely different story. In FP1, Stoner took fastest time just 8 minutes into the session, and held it for the rest of the hour. In FP2, however, whenever Stoner set a fastest lap, there'd be some jumped up rookie coming in and stealing his thunder.

Perhaps the most impressive performance tonight was that of Jorge Lorenzo, who put in a long run at the end of the session in which he was consistently the fastest man on the track round the first three sections, only to lose out in the last part, comprising the final corner and the long drag race to the finish line. The timing was chillingly reminiscent of last year's race, where the Yamaha could best the Ducati round the first half of the track, while the Ducati would claw it all back out of the final turn and down the long straight. This time, though, it's Jorge Lorenzo who's chasing Stoner, not Valentino Rossi.

That the Yamahas are still fast at Qatar, as they were last year, was amply demonstrated by the fact that behind Stoner sit 3 Yamahas. Lorenzo almost has the measure of Stoner, but the Tech 3 team are a little way behind, World Superbike champion James Toseland ahead of his team mate Colin Edwards. Both men go well here, but both men are between 15 and 17 km/h down on Stoner's Ducati at the end of the front straight. But not all of the Yamahas are doing well here, as Valentino Rossi got off to a poorer start than he would have wanted, only managing the 9th fastest time.

That the rookies are making a serious dent on the series is evident from the fact that behind Edwards sit Andrea Dovizioso and Alex de Angelis on the satellite Hondas. Also worthy of mention are the Suzukis, who found a serious improvement from the early session, climbing up to 8th and 10th respectively.

The big surprise is the dismal showing of the old guard. Rossi is the best of them in 9th, but the factory Hondas are way down in 11th and 13th, Dani Pedrosa just ahead of his team mate Nicky Hayden. Both men spent most of the session on the 2007 version of the RC212V, but were still undecided, as the '08 bike got several outings as well. With 20 minutes to go in the session, Pedrosa was involved in bizarre crash with Valentino Rossi, the Spaniard flying into the rear of The Doctor, after approaching at very high speed. Rossi didn't look like he was backing off particularly, so it's hard to apportion blame. But the outcome was that Pedrosa went for another high-speed tumble in Qatar's vicious gravel traps, holding his broken hand precariously in the air. Whether Pedrosa exacerbated his injury or not is as yet unknown.

What did become clear from this evening's second free practice session is the influence of the falling temperatures. Track temperatures fell from around 21 degrees centigrade to well below 17 by the end of the session. But a slightly more disturbing fact was the moisture which James Toseland reported was being formed on the track towards the end of the session. With FP2 being run at the same time that Sunday's race will be run, this means the riders will face a cooling track and the possiblity of damp patches appearing as the evening wears on. That this is not just a theoretical danger was amply demonstrated by Ant West's vicious highside, caused by what appeared to be West just touching the painted kerbstones.

Practice resumes again tomorrow, at 7pm Qatar time.

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'55.442
2 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'55.453 0.011 0.011
3 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'55.812 0.370 0.359
4 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'55.942 0.500 0.130
5 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'55.963 0.521 0.021
6 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'56.120 0.678 0.157
7 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'56.234 0.792 0.114
8 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'56.279 0.837 0.045
9 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'56.395 0.953 0.116
10 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'56.922 1.480 0.527
11 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'56.962 1.520 0.040
12 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'57.011 1.569 0.049
13 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'57.045 1.603 0.034
14 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'57.091 1.649 0.046
15 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'57.311 1.869 0.220
16 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'57.416 1.974 0.105
17 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'57.934 2.492 0.518
18 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'58.500 3.058 0.566
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2008 Qatar FP1 Times Day 1 - Stoner Carries On As Usual

Normal service was resumed, Friday evening, with Casey Stoner taking the top spot on his second lap, and never properly relinquishing it again. The slightly cooler conditions of early evening have added to the speed, as both Stoner and Lorenzo are inside the existing lap record.

The big surprise is Jorge Lorenzo, who is already very fast on his Fiat Yamaha. Lorenzo's arch nemesis Andrea Dovizioso is in third, ahead of Lorenzo's team mate Valentino Rossi. The first of the factory Hondas is Dani Pedrosa in 5th.

The other Ducatis are struggling, with Melandri the best of the bunch in 11th, while the Alice Ducatis of Elias and Guintoli are propping up the bottom of the table, with only Ant West between them. Their only consolation is that the Suzukis don't seem to be faring much better, Capirossi in 12th leading from his team mate Vermeulen in 15th.

The second practice session starts at 11pm local time.

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'55.870
2 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'55.924 0.054 0.054
3 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'56.221 0.351 0.297
4 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'56.269 0.399 0.048
5 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'56.478 0.608 0.209
6 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'56.525 0.655 0.047
7 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'56.574 0.704 0.049
8 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'56.950 1.080 0.376
9 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'57.069 1.199 0.119
10 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'57.085 1.215 0.016
11 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'57.137 1.267 0.052
12 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'57.287 1.417 0.150
13 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'57.561 1.691 0.274
14 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'57.588 1.718 0.027
15 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'57.639 1.769 0.051
16 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'58.130 2.260 0.491
17 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'58.912 3.042 0.782
18 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'59.006 3.136 0.094
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2008 Qatar Night Test Day 2 - Final Times

On the second and final day, or rather, night of testing at Qatar, two rookies ended up at the top of the heap. After James Toseland had held the top spot for much of the session, it was Jorge Lorenzo who finished with the fastest time, nearly half a second faster than the current pole record, held by Valentino Rossi.

What was surprising was that Yamaha dominated the top of the timesheet, with Colin Edwards in 4th making it 3 out of 4, and only Randy de Puniet on the LCR Honda between the Texan and the Brit. Yesterday's leader, Casey Stoner, could only manage a 5th fastest time, although Stoner was the fastest man on race tires.

The men expected to be Stoner's rivals for the 2008 crown did not fare particularly well. Valentino Rossi only managed the 10th fastest time, nearly 3/4 of a second slower than Stoner, while Dani Pedrosa was down in 13th, well over a second slower.

As ever, Stoner is the only Ducati to get his Italian steed to fly: the remainder of his colleagues, including his poor team mate Marco Melandri, are to be found at the very bottom of the table, with only Kawasaki's Ant West behind them.

In general, the riders are fairly positive about the lighting, with the exception of Dani Pedrosa, who was complaining that he found it quite tiring on his eyes, but the test did raise an entirely different problem. Riding at night means that the air temperature is fairly cool, around some 15 degrees centigrade. During a day race, that would not necessarily be that much of a problem, as a bit of sun would soon warm the tarmac, but the night race means there is no sun. And so the track temperature is around the same as the air temperature, and a little too cool to go racing on. Grip looks likely to be a problem at next Sunday's race.

Pos. Rider Bike Time Fast Lap Total Laps
1 Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 1'54.552 29 58
2 James Toseland Yamaha 1'54.592 34 47
3 Randy De Puniet Honda 1'54.973 69 72
4 Colin Edwards Yamaha 1'55.464 36 48
5 Casey Stoner Ducati 1'55.485 28 28
6 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 1'55.550 20 53
7 Nicky Hayden Honda 1'55.674 41 77
8 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 1'56.119 59 59
9 Alex De Angelis Honda 1'56.249 45 47
10 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'56.256 26 68
11 Loris Capirossi Suzuki 1'56.450 30 48
12 John Hopkins Kawasaki 1'56.612 27 38
13 Dani Pedrosa Honda 1'56.704 38 58
14 Shinya Nakano Honda 1'56.792 50 64
15 Marco Melandri Ducati 1'56.902 35 55
16 Toni Elias Ducati 1'56.986 42 50
17 Sylvain Guintoli Ducati 1'57.055 24 45
18 Anthony West Kawasaki 1'57.459 30 44
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2008 Qatar Night Test Day 1 - Final Times

Pos. Rider Bike Time Fast Lap Total Laps
1 Casey Stoner Ducati 1'55.330 41 61
2 Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 1'56.019 76 77
3 Randy De Puniet Honda 1'56.062 85 88
4 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 1'56.121 63 81
5 James Toseland Yamaha 1'56.251 49 90
6 Alex De Angelis Honda 1'56.571 56 69
7 John Hopkins Kawasaki 1'56.614 71 71
8 Dani Pedrosa Honda 1'56.621 72 72
9 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'56.749 70 82
10 Colin Edwards Yamaha 1'56.762 61 82
11 Toni Elias Ducati 1'57.007 82 85
12 Nicky Hayden Honda 1'57.010 89 91
13 Shinya Nakano Honda 1'57.223 78 79
14 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 1'57.522 76 80
15 Loris Capirossi Suzuki 1'57.551 42 66
16 Marco Melandri Ducati 1'57.593 46 70
17 Sylvain Guintoli Ducati 1'57.644 44 66
18 Anthony West Kawasaki 1'57.787 34 51
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2008 Qatar Night Test Day 1 - Times at 10pm - UPDATED

The first times are starting to appear from the first night time test at Qatar, in the warmup for next week's first ever night time Grand Prix. So far, it's Casey Stoner who is fastest, as usual. Because the session got underway late, the test is due to carry on until 1am local time, which is 10pm GMT.

Times from GPOne.com:

Times at 10pm local time:

1 Casey Stoner Ducati 1'55.330 41 42
2 James Toseland Yamaha 1'56.251 49 51
3 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 1'56.442 33 45
4 Randy De Puniet Honda 1'56.591 52 53
5 Colin Edwards Yamaha 1'56.860 41 43
6 Valentino Rossi Fiat 1'57.038 44 62
7 Jorge Lorenzo Fiat 1'57.100 32 43
8 Alex De Angelis Honda 1'57.210 34 42
9 John Hopkins Kawasaki 1'57.220 31 32
10 Loris Capirossi Suzuki 1'57.551 42 48
11 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 1'57.630 43 43
12 Sylvain Guintoli Ducati 1'57.644 44 44
13 Anthony West Kawasaki 1'57.787 34 34
14 Shinya Nakano Honda 1'57.835 46 46
15 Marco Melandri Ducati 1'58.089 41 45
16 Nicky Hayden Honda 1'58.208 38 39
17 Dani Pedrosa Honda 1'58.256 39 40
18 Toni Elias Ducati 1'58.591 43 43

Times at 9pm local time:

1 Casey Stoner Ducati 1'55.368 14 40
2 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 1'56.442 33 33
3 Randy De Puniet Honda 1'56.649 35 46
4 Colin Edwards Yamaha 1'56.870 41 43
5 James Toseland Yamaha 1'57.691 18 27
6 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'57.038 44 47
7 Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 1'57.100 32 36
8 Alex De Angelis Honda 1'57.210 34 38
9 Shinya Nakano Honda 1'57.837 40 40
10 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 1'57.872 31 37
11 John Hopkins Kawasaki 1'57.900 18 23
12 Nicky Hayden Honda 1'58.208 38 39
13 Anthony West Kawasaki 1'58.226 18 31
14 Loris Capirossi Suzuki 1'58.318 36 36
15 Marco Melandri Ducati 1'58.530 31 33
16 Dani Pedrosa Honda 1'58.570 32 32
17 Toni Elias Ducati 1'58.629 34 40
18 Sylvain Guintoli Ducati 1'58.847 38 39
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2008 Irta Test Jerez Day 3 Times FP4 Final - Hayden Finds A Flier

The final day of testing at Jerez started blustery but dry, the wind thankfully drying the track out quickly whenever showers passed over. Once the sun came out early in the afternoon, the track soon dried out completely, and the many riders who had stayed inside all morning were quick to come out and get some laps in.

The enforced inaction was not good for everyone. James Toseland, for one, took a nasty tumble on just his 2nd lap out of the pits, badly twisting his ankle. Despite his injury, Toseland rejoined the session after a visit to the Clinica Mobile, eventually finishing the day with the 6th fastest time.

The Michelins dominated the timesheet at the end of the day, with Nicky Hayden setting an incredibly fast time, 0.2 seconds faster than the existing pole record, and equaling the time he set here during testing in November, which was itself 0.3 seconds slower than the time Dani Pedrosa set at the same session.

Hayden's time was indicative of the quality of the Michelin qualifiers: the top 4 times were all set on French rubber, with Valentino Rossi the first rider on Bridgestones in 5th place. Rossi finished over 3/10ths of a second time on his Michelin-shod team mate, the rookie Jorge Lorenzo.

Casey Stoner, winner of the BMW Z4 on Sunday, only finished with the 7th fastest time, but still managed some impressive laps in the 1'40 bracket on race rubber. Stoner is sitting very pretty indeed for the start of the new season, the Australian consistently either the fastest or one of the fastest riders of each session.

The same cannot be said of the other Ducati riders. Stoner's team mate Melandri could only manage the 14th fastest time, sandwiched between the two satellite Ducatis of Sylvain Guintoli and Toni Elias. Both Melandri and Elias have been very disappointing, struggling during just about every session of testing so far.

Over in sick bay, both John Hopkins and Dani Pedrosa rode today, after missing most, or in Pedrosa's case, all, of Sunday's practice sessions. But both riders took it easy, with Pedrosa only running 36 laps, while Hopper could manage just 21 full laps, the Spaniard finishing down in 16th, while the American finished a lowly 18th.

With one last test to go, at Qatar, to train under the floodlights, the season is very nearly upon us. Just a few short weeks to go.

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'38.848
2 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'39.252 0.404 0.404
3 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'39.313 0.465 0.061
4 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'39.351 0.503 0.038
5 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'39.568 0.720 0.217
6 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'39.727 0.879 0.159
7 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'39.845 0.997 0.118
8 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'39.932 1.084 0.087
9 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'40.333 1.485 0.401
10 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'40.442 1.594 0.109
11 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'40.576 1.728 0.134
12 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'41.026 2.178 0.450
13 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'41.177 2.329 0.151
14 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'41.292 2.444 0.115
15 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'41.311 2.463 0.019
16 2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'41.699 2.851 0.388
17 59 Niccolo CANEPA DUCATI 1'42.160 3.312 0.461
18 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'42.970 4.122 0.810
19 19 Olivier JACQUE KAWASAKI 1'43.496 4.648 0.526
20 22 Vittoriano GUARESCHI DUCATI 1'45.597 6.749 2.101
Did not start
5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA

Lap records:

Pole Position 2007 Dani PEDROSA 1'39.402 160.185 Km/h
Fastest Lap 2007 Valentino ROSSI 1'40.905 157.799 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 Irta Test Jerez Day 3 Times - 1:30 pm Preliminary

Pos. Rider Fast Lap Diff Lap Total laps
1 Casey Stoner 1'41.685 4 9
2 Valentino Rossi 1'42.467 0.782 8 8
3 Nicky Hayden 1'42.667 0.982 12 12
4 Loris Capirossi 1'42.963 1.278 7 9
5 John Hopkins 1'42.970 1.285 17 18
6 Shinya Nakano 1'42.983 1.298 3 5
7 Toni Elias 1'43.331 1.646 34 35
8 Ant West 1'43.761 2.076 8 14
9 Dani Pedrosa 1'44.088 2.403 11 16
10 Sylvain Guintoli 1'44.355 2.670 5 5
11 Alex de Angelis 1'44.808 3.123 3 3
12 Olivier Jacque 1'45.064 3.379 6 7
13 Chris Vermeulen 1'45.148 3.463 9 9
14 Vittoriano Guareschi 1'45.597 3.912 28 29
15 Andrea Dovizioso 1'46.229 4.544 3 3
16 Marco Melandri 1'46.766 5.081 13 13
17 Niccolo Canepa 1'48.572 6.887
18 James Toseland No time 1 1
- Colin Edwards 0
- Randy de Puniet 0
- Jorge Lorenzo 0
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2008 Irta Test Jerez Day 2, QP Times - Business As Usual

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'49.263
2 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'50.580 1.317 1.317
3 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'50.785 1.522 0.205
4 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'50.799 1.536 0.014
5 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'51.312 2.049 0.513
6 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'51.594 2.331 0.282
7 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'51.894 2.631 0.300
8 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'51.979 2.716 0.085
9 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'52.058 2.795 0.079
10 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'52.238 2.975 0.180
11 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'52.463 3.200 0.225
12 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'52.755 3.492 0.292
13 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'52.779 3.516 0.024
14 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'52.826 3.563 0.047
15 19 Olivier JACQUE KAWASAKI 1'53.283 4.020 0.457
16 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'53.292 4.029 0.009
17 22 Vittoriano GUARESCHI DUCATI 1'54.694 5.431 1.402
18 59 Niccolo CANEPA DUCATI 1'57.453 8.190 2.759
19 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'57.698 8.435 0.245
Did not start:
2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA
21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI
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2008 Irta Test Jerez Day 2, FP2 Times, 1pm - Rain Shakes The Field Up

The rain in Spain has been falling mainly on the track at Jerez today, turning up a few of the usual wet weather suspects. Suzuki's Chris Vermeulen shone as always in the rain, with Casey Stoner also putting in a strong performance. Dani Pedrosa decided to sit this morning's session out, not wishing to risk further injuring his recovering hand.

With the rain still falling, the list of candidates for the BMW Z4 has been shuffled around. Vermeulen and his compatriot Ant West have to be taken into consideration, as both Australians are fantastic in the wet. But Casey Stoner isn't too shabby either, as his display at Donington proved, and Colin Edwards is another man to watch, as the Texan won himself a BMW sports car the last time the IRTA qualifying session was run in the rain, at Catalunya in 2006.

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Fast Lap Diff Diff Previous
1 1 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'51.427
2 7 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'51.621 0.194 0.194
3 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO HONDA 1'52.037 0.610 0.416
4 69 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'52.667 1.240 0.630
5 52 James TOSELAND YAMAHA 1'52.939 1.512 0.272
6 14 Randy DE PUNIET HONDA 1'53.187 1.760 0.248
7 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'53.418 1.991 0.231
8 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'53.666 2.239 0.248
9 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI DUCATI 1'53.681 2.254 0.015
10 21 John HOPKINS KAWASAKI 1'53.708 2.281 0.027
11 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'53.816 2.389 0.108
12 65 Loris CAPIROSSI SUZUKI 1'54.100 2.673 0.284
13 48 Jorge LORENZO YAMAHA 1'54.267 2.840 0.167
14 22 Vittoriano GUARESCHI DUCATI 1'54.465 3.038 0.198
15 15 Alex DE ANGELIS HONDA 1'54.585 3.158 0.120
16 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'54.744 3.317 0.159
17 19 Olivier JACQUE KAWASAKI 1'54.824 3.397 0.080
18 33 Marco MELANDRI DUCATI 1'54.887 3.460 0.063
19 59 Niccolo CANEPA DUCATI 1'57.384 5.957 2.497
20 24 Toni ELIAS DUCATI 1'58.138 6.711 0.754
Did not start:
2 Dani PEDROSA HONDA
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2008 Irta Test Jerez Day 1 Times - Final

Pos. Rider Bike Fastest Lap Diff. Total Laps
1 Nicky Hayden Honda 1'39.200 107
2 Randy de Puniet Honda 1'39.444 0.244 82
3 Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 1'39.528 0.328 94
4 Colin Edwards Yamaha 1'39.629 0.429 78
5 James Toseland Yamaha 1'39.678 0.478 91
6 Alex de Angelis Honda 1'40.165 0.965 75
7 Shinya Nakano Honda 1'40.192 0.992 82
8 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'40.641 1.441 92
9 Casey Stoner Ducati 1'40.651 1.451 66
10 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 1'40.767 1.567 58
11 Loris Capirossi Suzuki 1'40.843 1.643 64
12 Daniel Pedrosa Honda 1'41.352 2.152 37
13 Marco Melandri Ducati 1'41.392 2.192 83
14 Toni Elias Ducati 1'41.703 2.503 91
15 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 1'41.763 2.563 79
16 Anthony West Kawasaki 1'41.821 2.621 83
17 John Hopkins Kawasaki 1'41.901 2.701 26
18 Olivier Jacque Kawasaki 1'42.557 3.357 67
19 Niccolo Canepa Ducati 1'42.652 3.452 61
20 Sylvain Guintoli Ducati 1'42.698 3.498 68
21 Vittoriano Guareschi Ducati 1'43.435 4.235 66

Record times and times from the 2007 MotoGP race at Jerez.

Pole Position 2007 Dani PEDROSA 1'39.402 160.185 Km/h
Fastest Lap 2007 Valentino ROSSI 1'40.905 157.799 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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