MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2020 Estoril World Superbike Race Two Result: Great Emotions

The last race of the year, 21 laps of Estoril, would determine the manufacturer's championship, with Kawasaki leading Ducati by eighteen points, leaving both in with a chance of taking it. 

Toprak Razgatlioglu led Garrett Gerloff, Michael van der Mark and Chaz Davies into turn one, but Davies passed both Gerloff and van der Mark to slot into second place behind the race one winner. At turn nine, Jonathan Rea and Michael van der Mark clashed, with Scott Redding sneaking under both of them as they clashed, but Rea took to the outside of turn thirteen and took fourth place off Redding as Chaz Davies took the lead into turn one. 

As Jonathan Rea set three fastest laps in succession, Garrett Gerloff hit one of only two proper left handers, turn four, with a cold tyre and slid his bike into the gravel. Jonathan Rea caught up the lead two, building a gap of over a second over Scott Redding. Rea set the fastest lap again on lap six and, on lap eight, passed Toprak Razgatlioglu down the straight, but the Yamaha rider was able to outbreak the world champion to retain second place. Chaz Davies broke free from the pair fighting behind him, and Rea saw his chance of a win escaping if he couldn't pass Razgatlioglu. Rea saw his chance and went for a gap that then closed, Rea carrying a little too much speed. Rea's front tyre gave up and Rea went down, gently tapping Razgatlioglu's Yamaha on its way off the track. Razgatlioglu stayed on and only lost three quarters of a second to Redding. Kawasaki now had to hope Alex Lowes, in a comfortable fifth place, or Xavi Fores, fighting in eighth place with Leon Haslam and Michael Ruben Rinaldi either side of him, finished higher than ninth place if they were to take the manufacturers title. Jonathan Rea rejoined in sixteenth place but not at the same pace he had before his off. 

Chaz Davies, halfway through the race, set the fastest lap of 1'36.806 as he bolted off in the distance as Scott Redding started to close the two second gap a few tenths a lap. On lap fourteen, Loris Baz, having caught up with the seventh place battle, started having braking issues and eventually took to the escape road to retire, only to find Jonas Folger blindly followed him. Baz gesticulated to Folger that his bike was broken and Folger returned to the race three places down.

On lap sixteen, Alex Lowes crashed out at turn seven, turning all Kawasaki eyes to Xavi Fores in the hope that he could net them the manufacturer's title. Fores was in the middle of a battle for seventh place, constantly swapping places with Michael Ruben Rinaldi and Leon Haslam.

Five laps from the end, Scott Redding had caught Toprak Razgatlioglu, the pair three seconds behind Chaz Davies, and Redding started to look for a way past. On lap nineteen of twenty one, Scott Redding passed Toprak Razgatlioglu into turn one but he had to fight the Turkish rider's constant attention as Razgatlioglu tried to take second place back and thwart Ducati's chance of a one-two finish. 

As the last lap started, Chaz Davies was almost three seconds clear in the lead with Scott Redding finally breaking free from Toprak Razgatlioglu. Michael van der Mark was a further six seconds behind with Alvaro Bautista five seconds behind him. The fight for sixth place, between Michael Ruben Rinaldi, Leon Haslam, Xavi Fores and Federico Caricasulo was a further six seconds behind Bautista. 

As Chaz Davies won his last race for Ducati, they held out his pinboard reading "Thanks for the great emotions". Scott Redding finished second behind his exiting teammate and said he was happier that Davies won than he would have been if he'd taken the victory himself. Toprak Razgatlioglu took his third podium of the weekend and held on to fourth place in the championship. Xavi Fores finished in eighth place, while Jonathan Rea ended up scoring two points in fourteenth place. Fores and Rea were pulled off track by Kawasaki and given t-shirts commemorating their manufacturer's title and Rea dropped to his knees to thank Fores for saving their title. A very strange end to a very strange year.

In other battles, Alvaro Bautista and Leon Haslam finished on the exact same number of points, leaving the Honda tamales to determine who came out on top by their best result, giving Bautista the honour of ninth place. Chaz Davies, third in the championship and winner of two races this year, has not got a ride for 2021.


Pos No. Rider Bike Gap
1 7 C. DAVIES Ducati Panigale V4 R  
2 45 S. REDDING Ducati Panigale V4 R 1.951
3 54 T. RAZGATLIOGLU Yamaha YZF R1 2.556
4 60 M. VAN DER MARK Yamaha YZF R1 10.423
5 19 A. BAUTISTA Honda CBR1000RR-R 15.473
6 21 M. RINALDI Ducati Panigale V4 R 20.277
7 91 L. HASLAM Honda CBR1000RR-R 21.074
8 12 X. FORES Kawasaki ZX-10RR 21.291
9 64 F. CARICASULO Yamaha YZF R1 22.427
10 66 T. SYKES BMW S1000 RR 25.168
11 94 J. FOLGER Yamaha YZF R1 26.945
12 50 E. LAVERTY BMW S1000 RR 28.511
13 36 L. MERCADO Ducati Panigale V4 R 32.281
14 1 J. REA Kawasaki ZX-10RR 38.800
15 71 M. FERRARI Ducati Panigale V4 R 46.083
17 13 T. TAKAHASHI Honda CBR1000RR-R 47.295
18 32 S. MORAIS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'01.053
19 84 L. CRESSON Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'31.338
RET 22 A. LOWES Kawasaki ZX-10RR 6 Laps
RET 76 L. BAZ Yamaha YZF R1 14
RET 31 G. GERLOFF Yamaha YZF R1 2
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2020 Aragon MotoGP Race Result: A Spectacular Homecoming

With King Marquez’s Aragon crown up for grabs, many gladiators turned up to the battle but the home favourites proved their worth and the crown almost stayed in the family. Alex Rins and Alex Marquez might have started on the fourth row of the grid but the old rivals made fantastic comebacks to dispute victory to the final corner, where Rins became the eighth different winner of the season. The youngest Marquez came within three tenths of a second of victory, with Joan Mir completing a perfect podium for the virtual home crowd, while also becoming favourite in the world championship battle.

The start told a somewhat different story, with Maverick Vinales fastest off the line, ahead of poleman Fabio Quartararo and with Franco Morbidelli joining his teammates at the front. Front row starter Cal Crutchlow dropped like a stone in the first few turns, out of the top ten and in opposing fortunes to Rins, who went from 10th to 4th in only a couple of corners. Having started 13th, Andrea Dovizioso headed straight into the top eight and once again battling rookie Marquez in the early stages.

Vinales avenged every other start he made this year, stretching a gap of seven tenths by the end of lap one, with the Petronas duo pushing to catch up but under assault from Rins by lap three. The Spaniard demoted Morbidelli for third and reeled in Quartararo, while the Italian was dropping into the clutches of Mir, Jack Miller and a fast charging Alex Marquez, who had quickly disposed of Takaaki Nakagami and Dovizioso.

Quartararo struggled to bring the gap to Vinales under half a second and Rins was sniffing around him until the end of lap 5, when the Frenchman left the door wide open at turn 16 and Rins picked up the chase, immediately reeling Vinales in. Quartararo dropped a few tenths back and got caught up by Morbidelli and Mir, the trio soon engaging in battle and Mir sweeping past the Petronas men by the end of lap 7. Alex Marquez took a few laps to get past Miller, dropping a second on the victory battle ahead but the home favourite pushed to remedy that and was soon hounding Quartararo for fifth place.

Back at the front, Rins finally attacked for the lead at the final turn, entering lap nine in charge of proceedings, while Vinales had another Suzuki nightmare coming, with Mir only half a second behind. Another second behind the podium positions, Alex Marquez made quick work of both Petronas men on lap nine while demonstrating the hottest pace amongst the leaders. The Spaniard soon got a one second gap on the duo and kept pushing to join the leading trio. Meanwhile, Quartararo was about to get in trouble with a big group hoping to claim his sixth spot, Nakagami in prime position and getting the move done at the final turn on lap 11. Dovizioso seemed stuck at the bottom of the top ten, with Miller and Crutchlow for company, but the group was quickly catching up with his main championship rival.

At the halfway point, the victory battle looked like becoming a foursome, Vinales, Mir and Marquez quickly closing in on Rins. Mir and Vinales provided some of the entertainment on lap 13 and it ended with Vinales getting pushed off the podium by Mir and Marquez and seemingly losing touch with the leaders. Morbidelli was in a lonely fifth, while Quartararo was getting swallowed by the chasing pack. The Frenchman left the top ten with 10 laps remaining and continued to lose positions at an alarming rate, out of point scoring places just one lap later.

Against all odds but not uncharacteristic for this crazy 2020, the Suzukis entered the remaining eight laps defending a 1-2 from Alex Marquez, with Vinales two seconds back. The leading trio played nice for the next few laps, Rins keeping a safe half second gap on his teammate as the race entered unknown territory in terms of tyre wear. Marquez eventually attacked Mir at turn 16 with six laps remaining and immediately brought the gap to Rins to under half a second, while leaving Mir in his shadow.

The former Moto3 teammates started the final four laps separated by less than two tenths of a second but a major moment at the final turn with three laps left slowed down Marquez’s charge a bit. However, the rookie did not give up the fight and started the final lap right behind Rins, but the Suzuki man kept him at bay until the finish line to secure victory by only two tenths from his old rival. Vinales was closing in on Mir on the final lap but the Suzuki defended to the line and snatched the championship lead. Nakagami crossed the line fifth, ahead of Morbidelli and Dovizioso and with Crutchlow, Miller and Zarco rounding out the top ten.

A bruised and struggling Quartararo finished 18th, relinquishing the world championship lead to Mir by 6 points, with Vinales 12 points down and Dovizioso saved by the bell once more, only 15 points behind the leader.


Pos No. Rider Bike Time/Diff
1 42 Alex Rins Suzuki 41'54.391
2 73 Alex Marquez Honda +0.263
3 36 Joan Mir Suzuki +2.644
4 12 Maverick Viñales Yamaha +2.880
5 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda +4.570
6 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha +4.756
7 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati +8.639
8 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda +8.913
9 43 Jack Miller Ducati +9.390
10 5 Johann Zarco Ducati +9.617
11 33 Brad Binder KTM +13.200
12 44 Pol Espargaro KTM +13.689
13 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia +14.598
14 27 Iker Lecuona KTM +15.291
15 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati +15.941
16 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM +18.284
17 6 Stefan Bradl Honda +20.136
18 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha +21.498
19 38 Bradley Smith Aprilia +25.300
20 53 Tito Rabat Ducati +25.558
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  63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 21 Laps
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2020 Estoril World Supersport Race Two Result: Third Place Up For Grabs

The last race of the year would also be one of the best of the year, with eighteen laps of the shortest track of the year being the setting for the battle for third between Jules Cluzel and Philipp Oettl as Andrea Locatelli and Lucas Mahias, Superbike-bound for 2021, have locked down the top two places.

Lucas Mahias led his teammate Philipp Oettl with Raffaele de Rosa, Andrea Locatelli and Jules Cluzel behind them. On lap two, Mahias tried to break free at the front, but Oettl held on to him. Raffaele de Rosa set the fastest lap with a 1'40.772 in the middle of the leading back of five, with Cluzel at the back of the pack almost a second clear of Steven Odendaal and Isaac Viñales.

Philipp Oettl closed up to Mahias, setting the fastest lap with a 1'40.707 as the leading five stayed in a group covered by under a second. At the start of lap five, Oettl took the lead into turn one, with De Rosa, Locatelli and Cluzel being joined by Isaac Viñales who set the fastest lap with a 1'40.171 to make the leading group six riders deep.

At the start of lap six, Lucas Mahias briefly held the lead down the straight, but he entered turn one on the outside and had to conduce the lead to his Kawasaki teammate. At turn nine, Mahias surprised Oettl with a sharp pass. The Kawasakis jostled for position down the straight, creating a bubble of clean air for Raffaele De Rosa to charge past both of them, forcing Oettl to hand over the lead. Oettl took it back a few turns later. 

Seven laps down, the top seven were covered bu a second as Steven Odendaal joined the fray, making his way past Jules Cluzel and Isaac Viñales as De Rosa took back the lead. Lucas Mahias took the lead at turn nine but De Rosa took it back down the straight. 

A lap later, halfway through the race, Mahias took the lead back down the straight. In the fight for fourth place, Steven Odendaal and Andrea Locatelli swapped places back and forth ahead of Jules Cluzel. 

Thirteen laps into the eighteen lap race, the leading nine riders were all within striking distance of each other as the pack met back markers and Raffaele De Rosa took over at the lead. At the start of lap fifteen, a gap finally appeared in the lead group, as Hannes Soomer and Jules Cluzel dropped off the back of the front six riders. Mahias took the lead into turn one again, the lead swapping almost every lap, and De Rosa took it back a lap later, followed by Philipp Oettl taking second place off Lucas Mahias. Andrea Locatelli finally made it into the top three, jumping Mahias into turn three, but Mahias took advantage of Locatelli's wide line into turn six to take third place back from him.

With two laps to go, Philipp Oettl took the lead from Raffaele De Rosa and Mahias followed him through as De Rosa was wide into turn one. Places didn't change on the remainder of the lap and the last lap started with Mahias sliding the rear into turn one. De Rosa and Locatelli passed Oettl to start the lap and Locatelli tried a few passes but couldn't get past. De Rosa led out of the last corner, but Locatelli out-dragged him to the line and took second place by under a hundredth of a second.

Lucas Mahias won his second race of the year, the only rider aside from Andy Verdoïa to beat Andrea Locatelli this year, and ended his World Supersport career with a win as he heads off to World Superbike for 2021 to race second-placed, and current World Supersport champion, Andrea Locatelli. Raffaele De Rosa was third in the closest race of the year, but he is still hunting that elusive first victory.

Philipp Oettl finished in fifth place, behind Steven Odendaal, and beat Jules Cluzel to third place in the championship by just two points, the Marseilesse played out for the third time this year.


Pos No. Rider Bike Gap
1 44 L. MAHIAS Kawasaki ZX-6R  
2 55 A. LOCATELLI Yamaha YZF R6 0.886
3 3 R. DE ROSA MV Agusta F3 675 0.888
4 4 S. ODENDAAL Yamaha YZF R6 1.018
5 5 P. OETTL Kawasaki ZX-6R 0.447
6 32 I. VINALES Yamaha YZF R6 1.670
7 81 M. GONZALEZ Kawasaki ZX-6R 1.896
8 38 H. SOOMER Yamaha YZF R6 3.576
9 16 J. CLUZEL Yamaha YZF R6 4.518
10 99 D. WEBB Yamaha YZF R6 11.695
11 98 K. HANIKA Yamaha YZF R6 12.553
12 47 A. BASSANI Yamaha YZF R6 12.849
13 94 C. PEROLARI Yamaha YZF R6 15.531
14 61 C. ONCU Kawasaki ZX-6R 15.592
15 25 A. VERDOIA Yamaha YZF R6 27.569
16 12 A. RUIZ CARRANZA Yamaha YZF R6 27.593
17 22 F. FULIGNI MV Agusta F3 675 30.338
18 34 K. MANFREDI Yamaha YZF R6 30.756
19 30 G. VAN STRAALEN Yamaha YZF R6 38.461
20 52 P. HOBELSBERGER Honda CBR600RR 47.804
21 21 V. FALCONE Yamaha YZF R6 1'16.817
RET 56 P. SEBESTYEN Yamaha YZF R6 11 Laps
RET 78 H. OKUBO Honda CBR600RR  
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2020 Aragon Moto2 Race Result: A Spoonful Of Drama

A sunny Motorland Aragon set the scene for the intermediate class battle, which went on until the final few turns of a tense and occasionally dramatic race. For the second week in a row, Sam Lowes was rewarded for his persistence with victory, following a dismal afternoon for the SKY Racing team. Having started 12th, Enea Bastianini turned his weekend around and then turned the championship battle around, regaining the lead with a fine second place in Aragon. Jorge Martin was a redoubtable adversary for the Italian but had to settle for the final podium position.

At the start of the 21 laps, it was Marco Bezzecchi who got the holeshot from poleman Lowes, while Jake Dixon got past front row starter Fabio Di Giannantonio but the Italian quickly recovered and was soon attacking Lowes for second. Keen not to allow Bezzecchi to run away, as the Italian had stretched an eight tents advantage on lap one, Lowes picked up the chase on lap two from Di Giannantonio, with Martin, Dixon, Luca Marini, Bastianini, Remy Gardner and Marcos Ramirez close behind. A one second gap separated the lead group from a second one including Augusto Fernandez, Joe Roberts, Tom Luthi and Xavi Vierge.

While Lowes was pushing to reduce the gap to the runaway leader, the drama started behind them, Marini abandoning the lead group as he crashed out at turn 14 and had to watch from the sidelines how his championship lead seemed to be going the way of his teammate. The incident left a slight gap between the leaders and Bastianini, who was pushing to rejoin the podium battle, having disposed of Gardner & Co.

Lowes had caught up with Bezzecchi by lap six and brought Di Giannantonio with him, leaving Martin, Dixon and Bastianini almost a second behind. As close as he got, Lowes did not have it easy finding a way past the rapid Italian and the British rider’s small mistake on lap eight got punished by Di Giannantonio, who swiftly picked up the chase. The leading trio kept in close proximity but Martin was drawing ever closer to the group, while gently dropping Bastianini and Dixon.

Bezzecchi continued to run an impeccable race at the front as the race reached lap 10 but Di Giannantonio saw an opportunity at turn 14, which the Speed Up rider fully embraced but the lead did not seem to suit him well as he became the next victim of turn 2. Bezzecchi inherited the lead once more, but under pressure from Lowes once again, and with Martin and Bastianini eyeing the victory battle as well, seven tenths behind the leading duo but yo-yoing in and out of contention for the next few laps. Bastianini was a man on a mission, taking third away from Martin at turn 13 with 7 laps to go but the Spaniard hit back at turn 1 and the Italian had to do it all over again on the next lap.

While that battle was unfolding, Bezzecchi and Lowes had gained an advantage of nearly three seconds at the front but Lowes seemed to struggle to keep up with Bezzecchi too, consistently six tenths behind. Bastianini had to give up any aspirations at the victory battle given the gap with five laps remaining, but Martin did not make it easy to keep the podium spot either, glued to his tail for those final laps.

It all seemed pretty settled as the race entered the final 2 laps but the turn 2 curse struck once again, catching out Bezzecchi and gifting Lowes the lead. Meanwhile, Martin attacked Bastianini in what became the battle for second, the Spaniard starting the final lap ahead but the Italian set up a fine move at turn 13 to grab second, as well as the championship lead. Martin settled for third, with Dixon in a solid but lonely ride to fourth. Gardner joined the top five ahead of Ramirez and Hector Garzo, while Roberts, Tetsuta Nagashima and Simone Corsi rounded out the top ten positions.

Bastianini’s late move secured him the lead in the world championship, 2 points ahead of Lowes and 5 ahead of Marini, with Bezzecchi 25 points back.


Pos No. Rider Bike Time/Diff
1 22 Sam Lowes Kalex 39'33.202
2 33 Enea Bastianini Kalex +4.195
3 88 Jorge Martin Kalex +4.340
4 96 Jake Dixon Kalex +9.298
5 87 Remy Gardner Kalex +14.765
6 42 Marcos Ramirez Kalex +15.130
7 40 Hector Garzo Kalex +15.192
8 16 Joe Roberts Kalex +17.024
9 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex +19.000
10 24 Simone Corsi MV Agusta +20.206
11 37 Augusto Fernandez Kalex +22.661
12 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex +22.692
13 57 Edgar Pons Kalex +22.995
14 62 Stefano Manzi MV Agusta +23.301
15 23 Marcel Schrotter Kalex +23.989
16 97 Xavi Vierge Kalex +26.747
17 19 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Kalex +26.862
18 11 Nicolò Bulega Kalex +27.686
19 55 Hafizh Syahrin Speed Up +27.761
20 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex +27.892
21 64 Bo Bendsneyder NTS +36.250
22 27 Andi Farid Izdihar Kalex +44.779
23 35 Somkiat Chantra Kalex +45.687
24 18 Xavi Cardelus Speed Up +47.231
25 99 Kasma Daniel Kalex +58.178
26 74 Piotr Biesiekirski NTS +1'05.154
27 9 Jorge Navarro Speed Up 3 Laps
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  72 Marco Bezzecchi Kalex 2 Laps
  21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Speed Up 11 Laps
  10 Luca Marini Kalex 19 Laps
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2020 Aragon Moto3 Race Result: Another Day Another Comeback

Lightweight class riders lined up on the grid as the clock hit noon in Aragon and went on to provide an entertaining show for the attending wildlife. Once the checkered flag waved, Jaume Masia became the 100th rider to win a GP for Honda in his first victory of the season. The Spaniard expertly managed the final lap of a close race to finish ahead of Darryn Binder and poleman Raul Fernandez. The Red Bull KTM man had led the way for most of the race but was happy to at least get a maiden podium out it.

Championship leader Albert Arenas had made the best start off the line, ahead of fellow front row starters Fernandez and Celestino Vietti, but Fernandez was quick to recover the lead by the end of lap 1, bringing Tatsuki Suzuki with him. Binder was quick to join the top six, while John McPhee and Ai Ogura were still towards the bottom of the top ten. McPhee then served his long lap penalty for irresponsible riding in Q1 on lap 3, dropping him to 17th position but only four seconds off the lead.

Fernandez, Suzuki and Arenas were biding their time at the front but Vietti was steadily dropping out of the top ten in the early stages. However, the leaders didn’t have much time to relax as Binder was on a charge was attacked for third on lap five and went on to snatch second on lap six. Fernandez had been defending admirably and bringing the lead pack including Binder, Arenas, Suzuki and Romano Fenati over two seconds ahead of the chasers lead by Masia, who had made solid progress after starting 17th on the grid.

Binder lined up a move on Fernandez on the back straight and the Spaniard eventually had to give up the lead at turn 16. Fernandez struck back at turn 12 the next time around but the shenanigans allowed Masia to reduce the gap to under a second by lap nine and the chasing group merged with the leaders just one lap later. That group also included a fast recovering McPhee, who was back in the victory battle at the halfway point of the race. However, Vietti and Ogura were not making much noise, outside of the top ten and slowly losing touch with the lead group.

Fernandez started the final half of the race still in charge of proceedings ahead of Arenas and Binder, with Fenati battling off McPhee while closely followed by Masia, Jeremy Alcoba and Suzuki. Carlos Tatay was leading the chasing group one second down the road. The world championship leader kept the cameras busy for the next few laps as he was coming under attack from all sides but no one was really showing a wheel to Fernandez until the final corner with six laps to go, when Binder regained top spot. The poleman got pushed back to fifth but was quick to fight back and was retaking the lead at turn 1 next time around.

Masia finally took his turn at the front in the final three laps but Fernandez proved to be the last on the brakes into turn one once again. Masia repeated the same move at the final turn as the race entered the final lap but again Fernandez immediately resumed the lead at turn one. Masia did the same routine at turn 16 on the last lap and this time it paid off as the Spaniard kept the lead to the checkered flag. The decisive move also saw Binder breeze past Fernandez at turn 16 to claim second position and demote the Spaniard to third. Fenati missed out on the podium for a tenth of a second, ahead of McPhee and Alcoba. Arenas went wide on last lap and dropped to seventh after some more paint rubbing late in that lap. A second and a half town the road, Suzuki, Vietti and Foggia rounded out the top ten.

The best Ogura could do was 14th, although Arenas losing positions late on means that the Spaniard only extended his lead to 13 points over the Japanese rider. Vietti is 18 points back, with Arbolino dropping to 29 points while out of action. McPhee is fifth in the championship, 35 points down.


Pos No. Rider Bike Time/Diff
1 5 Jaume Masia Honda 37'45.009
2 40 Darryn Binder KTM +0.091
3 25 Raul Fernandez KTM +0.196
4 55 Romano Fenati Husqvarna +0.327
5 17 John McPhee Honda +0.368
6 52 Jeremy Alcoba Honda +0.385
7 75 Albert Arenas KTM +0.396
8 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda +1.933
9 13 Celestino Vietti KTM +2.389
10 7 Dennis Foggia Honda +2.461
11 27 Kaito Toba KTM +2.966
12 99 Carlos Tatay KTM +3.020
13 71 Ayumu Sasaki KTM +4.872
14 79 Ai Ogura Honda +10.949
15 53 Deniz Öncü KTM +10.979
16 12 Filip Salac Honda +11.172
17 21 Alonso Lopez Husqvarna +13.861
18 23 Niccolò Antonelli Honda +19.761
19 11 Sergio Garcia Honda +21.284
20 92 Yuki Kunii Honda +21.339
21 54 Riccardo Rossi KTM +21.379
22 50 Jason Dupasquier KTM +21.440
23 82 Stefano Nepa KTM +21.520
24 6 Ryusei Yamanaka Honda +36.570
25 70 Barry Baltus KTM +36.628
26 9 Davide Pizzoli KTM +36.676
27 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Honda +36.739
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  73 Maximilian Kofler KTM 2 Laps
  16 Andrea Migno KTM 11 Laps
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  2 Gabriel Rodrigo Honda 0 Lap
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2020 Estoril World Superbike Superpole Race Result: Short Track, Fast Sprint

The ten lap sprint race that would determine the grid for race two this afternoon was cold enough for everyone to opt not to use the SCX superpole race tyre. 

Toprak Razgatlioglu hit turn one from pole position again, ahead of Garrett Gerloff, Leon Haslam and Michael van der Mark as Jonathan Rea and Scott Redding carved their way through their respective packs. At the end of lap one, Alex Lowes tucked the front at turn thirteen and ended his race, walking away from his crash.

At the start of the second lap, Leon Haslam fell back to fifth place as the continued duel between Chaz Davies and Michael van der Mark passed him at the start of the lap. Jonathan Rea climbed up to seventh place as Scott Redding made his way to eleventh. Toprak Razgatlioglu set the fastest lap as he increased his lead over Garrett Gerloff. 

Over the next few laps, Toprak Razgatlioglu stretched out his lead to a second and a half over Garret Gerloff who had a similar lead over the Chaz Davies versus Michael van der Mark battle over the last podium place. Jonathan Rea, after overtaking Leon Haslam into turn one of lap four, was a second behind them. Scott Redding, three places back after passing Michael Ruben Rinaldi sat behind the Hondas of Alvaro Bautista and Leon Haslam and lined them up for a passes, taking seventh place off Haslam on lap six of ten. Toprak Razgatlioglu set a new lap record of 1'36.594 at the halfway mark.

As Chaz Davies and Michael van der Mark continued to fight, Scott Redding eventually passed Alvaro Bautista for sixth place, just over a second behind Jonathan Rea. Chaz Davies went a little wide at turn three, his grip starting to fade, and van der Mark tried to stuff it up the inside, but had to back off after Davies closed his line and the pair touched. They continued close riding, van der Mark needing to pass before his grip dropped to the same level as Davies, and at the end of lap eight, he took his opportuinty at turn thirteen and led briefly down the straight where the power of the Ducati, coupled with his braking prowess, put Davies in front into turn one. At turn four, however, Davies once again went a little wide and van der Mark still had the tyre to get underneath and pass Davies. Davies had no answer and van der Mark bolted off. 

Toprak Razgatlioglu won decisively again, with a pole position, lap record and two wins so far this weekend, ahead of Garrett Gerloff and Michael van der Mark, Yamaha's first all-blue podium in the history of World Superbike, and a lockout of the front row for race two. Chaz Davies was a second off the podium in fourth place. Scott Redding couldn't close the gap on Jonathan Rea, but the pair finished together on the time sheet and will round out the second row for this afternoon's race, alongside Chaz Davies. Michael Ruben Rinaldi's ninth place, behind the Hondas, assured him of the independent rider's championship, thirty four points clear of Loris Baz.


Pos No. Rider Bike Gap
1 54 T. RAZGATLIOGLU Yamaha YZF R1  
2 31 G. GERLOFF Yamaha YZF R1 1.928
3 60 M. VAN DER MARK Yamaha YZF R1 2.940
4 7 C. DAVIES Ducati Panigale V4 R 1.134
5 1 J. REA Kawasaki ZX-10RR 4.745
6 45 S. REDDING Ducati Panigale V4 R 1.170
7 19 A. BAUTISTA Honda CBR1000RR-R 7.969
8 91 L. HASLAM Honda CBR1000RR-R 11.835
9 21 M. RINALDI Ducati Panigale V4 R 12.293
10 12 X. FORES Kawasaki ZX-10RR 12.342
11 66 T. SYKES BMW S1000 RR 12.643
12 64 F. CARICASULO Yamaha YZF R1 12.714
13 94 J. FOLGER Yamaha YZF R1 14.984
14 36 L. MERCADO Ducati Panigale V4 R 22.177
15 71 M. FERRARI Ducati Panigale V4 R 22.349
16 50 E. LAVERTY BMW S1000 RR 22.581
17 13 T. TAKAHASHI Honda CBR1000RR-R 27.889
19 32 S. MORAIS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 30.067
20 84 L. CRESSON Kawasaki ZX-10RR 50.259
RET 76 L. BAZ Yamaha YZF R1 2
RET 22 A. LOWES Kawasaki ZX-10RR  
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2020 Aragon MotoGP Warm Up Result: Nakagami Takes Over


Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda 1'48.651    
2 12 Maverick Viñales Yamaha 1'48.870 0.219 0.219
3 42 Alex Rins Suzuki 1'48.983 0.332 0.113
4 73 Alex Marquez Honda 1'49.010 0.359 0.027
5 36 Joan Mir Suzuki 1'49.049 0.398 0.039
6 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 1'49.053 0.402 0.004
7 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 1'49.109 0.458 0.056
8 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati 1'49.173 0.522 0.064
9 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati 1'49.301 0.650 0.128
10 44 Pol Espargaro KTM 1'49.460 0.809 0.159
11 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM 1'49.475 0.824 0.015
12 6 Stefan Bradl Honda 1'49.475 0.824  
13 38 Bradley Smith Aprilia 1'49.524 0.873 0.049
14 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 1'49.557 0.906 0.033
15 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda 1'49.566 0.915 0.009
16 27 Iker Lecuona KTM 1'49.668 1.017 0.102
17 53 Tito Rabat Ducati 1'49.792 1.141 0.124
18 5 Johann Zarco Ducati 1'49.831 1.180 0.039
19 33 Brad Binder KTM 1'49.984 1.333 0.153
20 43 Jack Miller Ducati 1'50.078 1.427 0.094
21 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 1'50.138 1.487 0.060
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2020 Aragon Moto2 Warm Up Result: Lowes Leads Navarro


Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 22 Sam Lowes Kalex 1'52.687    
2 9 Jorge Navarro Speed Up 1'52.734 0.047 0.047
3 96 Jake Dixon Kalex 1'52.846 0.159 0.112
4 72 Marco Bezzecchi Kalex 1'53.013 0.326 0.167
5 40 Hector Garzo Kalex 1'53.080 0.393 0.067
6 10 Luca Marini Kalex 1'53.288 0.601 0.208
7 24 Simone Corsi MV Agusta 1'53.292 0.605 0.004
8 88 Jorge Martin Kalex 1'53.298 0.611 0.006
9 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Speed Up 1'53.323 0.636 0.025
10 62 Stefano Manzi MV Agusta 1'53.441 0.754 0.118
11 87 Remy Gardner Kalex 1'53.476 0.789 0.035
12 37 Augusto Fernandez Kalex 1'53.532 0.845 0.056
13 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex 1'53.618 0.931 0.086
14 16 Joe Roberts Kalex 1'53.622 0.935 0.004
15 33 Enea Bastianini Kalex 1'53.623 0.936 0.001
16 42 Marcos Ramirez Kalex 1'53.748 1.061 0.125
17 35 Somkiat Chantra Kalex 1'53.759 1.072 0.011
18 57 Edgar Pons Kalex 1'53.783 1.096 0.024
19 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex 1'53.805 1.118 0.022
20 19 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Kalex 1'53.904 1.217 0.099
21 23 Marcel Schrotter Kalex 1'53.904 1.217  
22 11 Nicolò Bulega Kalex 1'53.932 1.245 0.028
23 97 Xavi Vierge Kalex 1'53.977 1.290 0.045
24 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 1'54.026 1.339 0.049
25 64 Bo Bendsneyder NTS 1'54.107 1.420 0.081
26 55 Hafizh Syahrin Speed Up 1'54.575 1.888 0.468
27 27 Andi Farid Izdihar Kalex 1'55.132 2.445 0.557
28 18 Xavi Cardelus Speed Up 1'55.885 3.198 0.753
29 99 Kasma Daniel Kalex 1'56.080 3.393 0.195
30 74 Piotr Biesiekirski NTS 1'56.118 3.431 0.038
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2020 Aragon Moto3 Warm Up Result: Fernandez Stays In The Limelight


Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 25 Raul Fernandez KTM 1'59.160    
2 53 Deniz Öncü KTM 1'59.167 0.007 0.007
3 75 Albert Arenas KTM 1'59.370 0.210 0.203
4 40 Darryn Binder KTM 1'59.381 0.221 0.011
5 2 Gabriel Rodrigo Honda 1'59.650 0.490 0.269
6 55 Romano Fenati Husqvarna 1'59.661 0.501 0.011
7 5 Jaume Masia Honda 1'59.775 0.615 0.114
8 79 Ai Ogura Honda 1'59.834 0.674 0.059
9 16 Andrea Migno KTM 2'00.035 0.875 0.201
10 12 Filip Salac Honda 2'00.042 0.882 0.007
11 99 Carlos Tatay KTM 2'00.048 0.888 0.006
12 7 Dennis Foggia Honda 2'00.055 0.895 0.007
13 27 Kaito Toba KTM 2'00.175 1.015 0.120
14 92 Yuki Kunii Honda 2'00.181 1.021 0.006
15 21 Alonso Lopez Husqvarna 2'00.238 1.078 0.057
16 71 Ayumu Sasaki KTM 2'00.267 1.107 0.029
17 13 Celestino Vietti KTM 2'00.296 1.136 0.029
18 70 Barry Baltus KTM 2'00.299 1.139 0.003
19 82 Stefano Nepa KTM 2'00.416 1.256 0.117
20 11 Sergio Garcia Honda 2'00.421 1.261 0.005
21 54 Riccardo Rossi KTM 2'00.437 1.277 0.016
22 52 Jeremy Alcoba Honda 2'00.447 1.287 0.010
23 9 Davide Pizzoli KTM 2'00.502 1.342 0.055
24 50 Jason Dupasquier KTM 2'00.602 1.442 0.100
25 6 Ryusei Yamanaka Honda 2'00.654 1.494 0.052
26 23 Niccolò Antonelli Honda 2'00.784 1.624 0.130
27 17 John McPhee Honda 2'00.868 1.708 0.084
28 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Honda 2'00.962 1.802 0.094
29 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 2'01.140 1.980 0.178
30 73 Maximilian Kofler KTM 2'01.209 2.049 0.069
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2020 Estoril World Supersport Race One Result: Red Flag Gives Us A Sprint Race

World Supersport would be split by a red flag turning the race into a twelve lap sprint race.

Lucas Mahias fluffed turn one and Andrea Locatelli took the lead, and after a few laps, Locatelli led Raffaele De Rosa and Lucas Mahias until the red flags came out for track conditions were deemed unsafe after a crash from Peter Sebestyen threw gravel back onto the track. 

After a twelve lap restart, Andrea Locatelli led into turn one, ahead of Lucas Mahias and Raffaele De Rosa, and into turn two, De Rosa slipped underneath Mahias only to lose grip and take the pair of them out. 

After that, the race proceeded as expected with Locatelli leading, setting the fastest lap four laps into the restart with a 1'40.213 as a second behind Hannes Soomer and Philipp Oettl battled it out for second place, with Oettl taking second place with eight laps remaining. 

On lap six, Can Oncu took fourth place from Steven Odendaal, two seconds behind Oettl and Soomer, but Odendaal took it back towards the end of the lap. Isaac Viñales set the fastest lap of 1'40.053 as he closed up to Miguel Gonzales on the back of the fight for fourth and started carving his way through the pack, starting lap eight fighting Odendaal for fourth place. 

Jules Cluzel was in tenth place in his first race back from injury, with three seconds behind him, and he took ninth place on lap nine, as the fight for fourth entered the first turn three bikes wide while the podium looked set, the fight between Philipp Oettl and Hannes Soomer the only thing remaining to be determined, over a second behind Locatelli.

Isaac Viñales broke free from the fight between Can Oncu, Steven Odendaal and Manuel Gonzales, settling into forth place a second ahead of the fight but three seconds off a podium place.

Reigning world champion Andrea Locatelli won, completing his unbroken run of a win at each track with Philipp Oettl and Hannes Soomer rounding out the podium. Isaac Viñales took fourth place a second and a half ahead of Steven Odendaal.


Pos No. Rider Bike Gap
1 55 A. LOCATELLI Yamaha YZF R6  
2 5 P. OETTL Kawasaki ZX-6R 1.591
3 38 H. SOOMER Yamaha YZF R6 1.968
4 32 I. VINALES Yamaha YZF R6 4.634
5 4 S. ODENDAAL Yamaha YZF R6 6.211
6 61 C. ONCU Kawasaki ZX-6R 6.776
7 81 M. GONZALEZ Kawasaki ZX-6R 6.783
8 47 A. BASSANI Yamaha YZF R6 10.724
9 16 J. CLUZEL Yamaha YZF R6 11.386
10 94 C. PEROLARI Yamaha YZF R6 14.494
11 99 D. WEBB Yamaha YZF R6 15.215
12 78 H. OKUBO Honda CBR600RR 15.259
13 22 F. FULIGNI MV Agusta F3 675 23.869
14 34 K. MANFREDI Yamaha YZF R6 23.963
15 25 A. VERDOIA Yamaha YZF R6 24.194
16 9 G. HENDRA PRATAMA Yamaha YZF R6 25.649
17 30 G. VAN STRAALEN Yamaha YZF R6 31.099
18 52 P. HOBELSBERGER Honda CBR600RR 35.996
19 21 V. FALCONE Yamaha YZF R6 1'04.021
RET 44 L. MAHIAS Kawasaki ZX-6R  
RET 3 R. DE ROSA MV Agusta F3 675  
RET 98 K. HANIKA Yamaha YZF R6  
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