Jerez WorldSBK & MotoGP Test Friday Final Times: Rea Tops Test, Iannone Second And Fastest MotoGP Rider

Most of the top WorldSBK riders set their fast lap on qualifying tires.

Friday times for all classes combined:

Pos No Name Class Bike Time Diff Gap
1 1 Jonathan Rea SBK Kawasaki ZX-10R 1:37.986    
2 29 Andrea Iannone MGP Suzuki GSX-RR 1:38.030 0.044 0.044
3 44 Pol Espargaro MGP KTM RC16 1:38.230 0.244 0.200
4 42 Alex Rins MGP Suzuki GSX-RR 1:38.307 0.321 0.077
5 66 Tom Sykes SBK Kawasaki ZX-10R 1:38.326 0.340 0.019
6 9 Danilo Petrucci MGP Ducati GP17/18 1:38.607 0.621 0.281
7 22 Alex Lowes SBK Yamaha YZF-R1M 1:38.622 0.636 0.015
8 38 Bradley Smith MGP KTM RC16 1:38.688 0.702 0.066
9 45 Scott Redding MGP Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.778 0.792 0.090
10 43 Jack Miller MGP Ducati GP17 1:38.998 1.012 0.220
11 2 Leon Camier SBK Honda CBR1000RR 1:39.333 1.347 0.335
12 12 Xavi Fores SBK Ducati Panigale 1:39.384 1.398 0.051
13 50 Sylvain Guintoli MGP Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.510 1.524 0.126
14 41 Eugene Laverty MGP Aprilia RS-GP 1:39.537 1.551 0.027
15 33 Marco Melandri SBK Ducati Panigale 1:39.577 1.591 0.040
16 60 Michael van der Mark SBK Yamaha YZF-R1M 1:39.577 1.591 0.000
17 59 Niccolo Canepa SBK Yamaha YZF-R1M 1:39.855 1.869 0.278
18 121 Michael Rinaldi SBK Ducati Panigale 1:40.223 2.237 0.368
19 104 Dan Linfoot BSB Honda CBR1000RR 1:40.790 2.804 0.567
20 122 Jason O'Halloran BSB Honda CBR1000RR 1:40.950 2.964 0.160

Friday times sorted by class:

Pos No Name Class Bike Time Diff Gap
1 29 Andrea Iannone MGP Suzuki GSX-RR 1:38.030    
2 44 Pol Espargaro MGP KTM RC16 1:38.230 0.200 0.200
3 42 Alex Rins MGP Suzuki GSX-RR 1:38.307 0.277 0.077
4 9 Danilo Petrucci MGP Ducati GP17/18 1:38.607 0.577 0.300
5 38 Bradley Smith MGP KTM RC16 1:38.688 0.658 0.081
6 45 Scott Redding MGP Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.778 0.748 0.090
7 43 Jack Miller MGP Ducati GP17 1:38.998 0.968 0.220
8 50 Sylvain Guintoli MGP Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.510 1.480 0.512
9 41 Eugene Laverty MGP Aprilia RS-GP 1:39.537 1.507 0.027
               
1 1 Jonathan Rea SBK Kawasaki ZX-10R 1:37.986    
2 66 Tom Sykes SBK Kawasaki ZX-10R 1:38.326 0.340 0.340
3 22 Alex Lowes SBK Yamaha YZF-R1M 1:38.622 0.636 0.296
4 2 Leon Camier SBK Honda CBR1000RR 1:39.333 1.347 0.711
5 12 Xavi Fores SBK Ducati Panigale 1:39.384 1.398 0.051
6 33 Marco Melandri SBK Ducati Panigale 1:39.577 1.591 0.193
7 60 Michael van der Mark SBK Yamaha YZF-R1M 1:39.577 1.591 0.000
8 59 Niccolo Canepa SBK Yamaha YZF-R1M 1:39.855 1.869 0.278
9 121 Michael Rinaldi SBK Ducati Panigale 1:40.223 2.237 0.368
               
1 104 Dan Linfoot BSB Honda CBR1000RR 1:40.790    
2 122 Jason O'Halloran BSB Honda CBR1000RR 1:40.950 0.160 0.160
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So good to have some quality reading material while I am taking it easy.

Crazy Joe seems to like testing at Jerez. A.I. 29 not as quick as DesmoDovi, Cal & Jorge earlier in the test. I think Iannone likes being the fastest rider at the circuit.

The Kawasaki SBK bikes go allright at Jerez. Alex Lowes going well, but still a significant gap behind the Kwakas.

No MV Agusta at the test??? are they serious or what? The test at Jerez would seem to me to be a great opportunity for the new rider, Jordi Torres to get used to the MV, but what do I know? It would have been great to see those sideburns at that track in Andalusia. Spanish Elvis knows his way around Jerez. Missed their chance didn't they.

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On the MV website they say J.T. was at the test.

http://www.mv-repartocorse.com/newsletters/positive-first-laps-for-jordi...

22 Nov 2017 by 

"Still struggling after the crash at Losail, Jordi Torres closed 4th the second and last testing day at Jerez de La Frontera.

The Spaniard – after only two track session with the MV Agusta Reparto Corse F4 RC – was the first rider to go out on track yesterday morning, closing many laps trying to get familiar as much as he could with the new bike.

Despite precarious health conditions due to the crash in Qatar, Jordi was able to set the 4th time (1’40.468s) on the timesheet, 0,9s far from the session’s leader Tom Sykes."

Jordi Torres – “I am very happy to have been able to take part in these tests. Despite the muscle strain that I suffered crashing at Losail, these two days we have been able to make a solid step forward, managing to increase the feeling with the new bike. Thanks to my new team for the excellent support, I’m looking forward to being back on track with my F4 RC for the upcoming tests in 2018, which I hope to face in good health condition.”

It is positive that Jordi Torres got a ride on the new bike.

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