2018 Jerez MotoE Test Combined Times: Smith Fastest As MotoE Makes Its Debut

Times combined from all three days of the first ever MotoE test:

Pos No Rider Team Time Diff Prev
1 38 Bradley Smith One Energy 1:50.265    
2 68 Niki Tuuli Ajo Motorsport 1:50.627 0.362 0.362
3 63 Mike Di Meglio EG 0,0 Marc VDS 1:50.741 0.476 0.114
4 8 Matteo Casadei Ongetta SIC58 1:50.885 0.620 0.144
5 11 Matteo Ferrari Trentino Gresini 1:51.648 1.383 0.763
6 51 Eric Granado Avintia Esponsorama 1:51.842 1.577 0.194
7 78 Kenny Foray Tech3 E-Racing 1:51.853 1.588 0.011
8 14 Randy De Puniet LCR E-Team 1:51.906 1.641 0.053
9 16 Josh Hook Alma Pramac 1:52.281 2.016 0.375
10 7 Niccolo Canepa LCR E-Team 1:52.375 2.110 0.094
11 5 Alex De Angelis Alma Pramac 1:52.403 2.138 0.028
12 2 Jesko Raffin Dynavolt Intact GP 1:52.675 2.410 0.272
13 32 Lorenzo Savadori Trentino Gresini 1:52.689 2.424 0.014
14 15 Sete Gibernau Pons Racing 1:52.817 2.552 0.128
15 84 Julian Miralles Avintia Esponsorama 1:52.945 2.680 0.128
16 4 Marvin Fritz Dynavolt Intact GP 1:53.355 3.090 0.410
17 18 Nico Terol Angel Nieto Team 1:53.834 3.569 0.479
18 6 Maria Herrera Angel Nieto Team 2:00.562 10.297 6.728
19 27 Luca Vitali Ongetta SIC58 2:06.560 16.295 5.998
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its a shame the weather has impacted testing for Moto2 and MotoE.  Would have been nice to get a better idea of where they are al at.

Any idea what happened to Herrera?  She has GP experience, I don't expect her to be 10 seconds off this field [no offense, but most of these riders aren't at the top of their careers at the moment, and there are some which are coming out of retirement].

I read that their weight was 260 Kg. That's a lot of bike to flick left/right, and coming from the Supersport 300 class (150 Kg) she may not be used to such a hefty lump (not being sexist here - just saying it's a chunky monkey of a bike whatever sex you are!).

I thought the same, but I think she didnt get a good run on the bike in the dry, where others did.  There is another rider that was way off the pace too, so it was probably just circumstance. Anyway, you thinking Herrera or Carrasco? 

> she didnt get a good run on the bike in the dry
Ah, good point. I could be making bad assumptions, and I'd love her to do well.

> Anyway, you thinking Herrera or Carrasco?
They were both racing in Supersport 300 last year, but as in war, history only remembers the victor(ia).