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2018 Jerez February Test Monday Moto2 Times: Bagnaia Leads Marquez

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Pecco Bagnaia has underlined why there is so much interest in him from MotoGP teams by topping the first day of the Moto2 test in Jerez. The Sky Racing VR46 Team rider topped both dry sessions, the lunchtime session seeing very little action on a wet track. 

Alex Marquez, back on track for the first time like Bagnaia, ended the day in second nn the Marc VDS Kalex, under two tenths slower than the Italian, but ahead of Mattia Pasini on the Italtrans bike. Miguel Oliveira was the fastest KTM, the Red Bull rider a quarter of a second slower than Bagnaia. Lorenzo Baldassarri, who had impressed at the Valencia test, finished Monday in fifth, ahead of his former teammate Luca Marini.

Moto2 times from Monday:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 42 Pecco Bagnaia Kalex 1:42.330    
2 73 Alex Márquez Kalex 1:42.496 0.166 0.166
3 54 Mattia Pasini Kalex 1:42.560 0.230 0.064
4 44 Miguel Oliveira KTM 1:42.594 0.264 0.034
5 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 1:42.687 0.357 0.093
6 10 Luca Marini Kalex 1:42.732 0.402 0.045
7 24 Simone Corsi Kalex 1:42.780 0.450 0.048
8 97 Xavi Vierge Kalex 1:42.851 0.521 0.071
9 32 Isaac Vinales Kalex 1:42.860 0.530 0.009
10 40 Hector Barbera Kalex 1:42.939 0.609 0.079
11 41 Brad Binder KTM 1:42.983 0.653 0.044
12 13 Romano Fenati Kalex 1:43.072 0.742 0.089
13 52 Danny Kent Speed Up 1:43.161 0.831 0.089
14 22 Sam Lowes KTM 1:43.193 0.863 0.032
15 36 Joan Mir Kalex 1:43.317 0.987 0.124
16 20 Fabio Quartararo Speed Up 1:43.328 0.998 0.011
17 9 Jorge Navarro Kalex 1:43.411 1.081 0.083
18 23 Marcel Schrotter Kalex 1:43.454 1.124 0.043
19 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex 1:43.598 1.268 0.144
20 51 Eric Granado Suter 1:43.702 1.372 0.104
21 16 Joe Roberts NTS 1:43.721 1.391 0.019
22 87 Remy Gardner Tech 3 1:43.767 1.437 0.046
23 4 Steven Odendaal NTS 1:43.790 1.460 0.023
24 64 Bo Bendsneyder Tech 3 1:43.869 1.539 0.079
25 27 Iker Lecuona KTM 1:43.999 1.669 0.130
26 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Kalex 1:44.114 1.784 0.115
27 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 1:44.144 1.814 0.030
28 77 Dominique Aegerter KTM 1:44.570 2.240 0.426
29 21 Federico Fuligni Kalex 1:44.622 2.292 0.052
30 95 Jules Danilo Kalex 1:44.724 2.394 0.102
31 62 Stefano Manzi Suter 1:44.946 2.616 0.222

 

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2018 Jerez February Test Monday Moto3 Times: Martin Leads Arbolino

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Jorge Martin has topped the timesheets on the first day of the Moto3 test at Jerez. The Gresini Honda rider got off to a strong start topping both dry sessions in the morning and in the afternoon, the lunchtime session having been hit by rain and a wet track.

Martin ended the day just under seven hundredths faster than Tony Arbolino the Italian youngster who has taken over the Snipers Team seat in Moto3 from Romano Fenati. Niccolo Antonelli ended the day in third, a tenth slower than Martin and seemingly much happier since having switched from the KTM to the Honda. Albert Arenas was the first KTM, the Angel Nieto Team rider finishing the day in fourth place.

Times on Monday for the Moto3 class:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 88 Jorge Martin Honda 1:46.857    
2 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 1:46.923 0.066 0.066
3 23 Niccolo Antonelli Honda 1:46.963 0.106 0.040
4 75 Albert Arenas KTM 1:46.976 0.119 0.013
5 44 Aron Canet Honda 1:47.011 0.154 0.035
6 12 Marco Bezzecchi KTM 1:47.035 0.178 0.024
7 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Honda 1:47.172 0.315 0.137
8 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Honda 1:47.210 0.353 0.038
9 33 Enea Bastianini Honda 1:47.290 0.433 0.080
10 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 1:47.336 0.479 0.046
11 72 Alonso Lopez Honda 1:47.341 0.484 0.005
12 16 Andrea Migno KTM 1:47.470 0.613 0.129
13 19 Gabriel Rodrigo KTM 1:47.496 0.639 0.026
14 17 John McPhee KTM 1:47.543 0.686 0.047
15 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 1:47.597 0.740 0.054
16 76 Makar Yurchenko KTM 1:47.664 0.807 0.067
17 10 Dennis Foggia KTM 1:47.860 1.003 0.196
18 40 Darryn Binder KTM 1:47.887 1.030 0.027
19 11 Livio Loi KTM 1:48.068 1.211 0.181
20 27 Kaito Toba Honda 1:48.082 1.225 0.014
21 42 Marcos Ramirez KTM 1:48.117 1.260 0.035
22 84 Jakub Kornfeil KTM 1:48.122 1.265 0.005
23 22 Kazuki Masaki KTM 1:48.236 1.379 0.114
24 41 Nakarin Atiratphuvapat Honda 1:48.354 1.497 0.118
25 8 Nicolo Bulega KTM 1:48.398 1.541 0.044
26 5 Jaume Masia KTM 1:48.414 1.557 0.016

 

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2018 Valencia February Moto2 Test Thursday Times: Pasini Bests Baldassarri

Mattia Pasini has finished the final day of the Moto2 test at Valencia on top of the pack, the Italian heading the second session of the day to take top spot. Pasini ended just ahead of Lorenzo Baldassarri, who had been fastest on Wednesday and topped two of Thursday's three sessions. Simone Corsi finished as third quickest, making it an all-Italian, all-Kalex clean sweep. 

Miguel Oliveira was the first non-Kalex, the Portuguese rider ending the day in fourth just over a third of a second behind Pasini. KTM teammate Brad Binder ended way down in tenth, just behind Romano Fenati, who is getting his Moto2 career off to a solid start. Fabio Quartararo was the quickest of the Speed Up bikes, in eleventh behind Binder, while Bo Bendsneyder made a good start to his Moto2 rookie season ending just behind Quartararo on the Tech 3 bike. American Joe Roberts put Moto2 newcomer NTS into thirteenth, 1.1 seconds slower than Pasini.

Times:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 54 Mattia Pasini Kalex 1:35.779    
2 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 1:35.795 0.016 0.016
3 24 Simone Corsi Kalex 1:35.915 0.136 0.120
4 44 Miguel Oliveira KTM 1:36.146 0.367 0.231
5 32 Isaac Vinales Kalex 1:36.212 0.433 0.066
6 40 Hector Barbera Kalex 1:36.249 0.470 0.037
7 23 Marcel Schrotter Kalex 1:36.383 0.604 0.134
8 97 Xavi Vierge Kalex 1:36.417 0.638 0.034
9 13 Romano Fenati Kalex 1:36.697 0.918 0.280
10 41 Brad Binder KTM 1:36.729 0.950 0.032
11 20 Fabio Quartararo Speed Up 1:36.832 1.053 0.103
12 64 Bo Bendsneyder Tech 3 1:36.843 1.064 0.011
13 16 Joe Roberts NTS 1:36.879 1.100 0.036
14 9 Jorge Navarro Kalex 1:36.977 1.198 0.098
15 87 Remy Gardner Tech 3 1:37.033 1.254 0.056
16 4 Steven Odendaal NTS 1:37.065 1.286 0.032
17 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex 1:37.287 1.508 0.222
18 52 Danny Kent Speed Up 1:37.307 1.528 0.020
19 62 Stefano Manzi Suter 1:37.308 1.529 0.001
20 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 1:37.399 1.620 0.091
21 51 Eric Granado Suter 1:37.414 1.635 0.015
22 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Kalex 1:37.428 1.649 0.014
23 77 Dominique Aegerter KTM 1:37.445 1.666 0.017
24 21 Federico Fuligni Kalex 1:37.926 2.147 0.481
25 95 Jules Danilo Kalex 1:38.248 2.469 0.322
26 63 Zulfahmi Khairuddin Kalex 1:38.593 2.814 0.345

 

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2018 Valencia February Moto3 Test Thursday Times: Martin Beats Bastianini

The final day of the combined Moto2 and Moto3 test at Valencia was another sunny but cold one, restricting the usefulness of the morning sessions for the riders. Jorge Martin ended the day as the fastest of the Moto3 riders, just edging out the Italian Enea Bastianini. Marco Bezzecchi was the first of the KTM riders, finishing fractionally behind Bastianini and ahead of Aron Canet. Niccolo Antonelli ended the day in fifth, apparently benefting from a switch from KTM to Honda over the winter.

Thursday times:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 88 Jorge Martin Honda 1:39.615    
2 33 Enea Bastianini Honda 1:39.710 0.095 0.095
3 12 Marco Bezzecchi KTM 1:39.717 0.102 0.007
4 44 Aron Canet Honda 1:39.734 0.119 0.017
5 23 Niccolo Antonelli Honda 1:39.751 0.136 0.017
6 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 1:39.899 0.284 0.148
7 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 1:39.948 0.333 0.049
8 75 Albert Arenas KTM 1:40.083 0.468 0.135
9 72 Alonso Lopez Honda 1:40.176 0.561 0.093
10 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Honda 1:40.331 0.716 0.155
11 71 Ayumu Sasaki Honda 1:40.484 0.869 0.153
12 22 Kazuki Masaki KTM 1:40.515 0.900 0.031
13 16 Andrea Migno KTM 1:40.516 0.901 0.001
14 19 Gabriel Rodrigo KTM 1:40.546 0.931 0.030
15 11 Livio Loi KTM 1:40.575 0.960 0.029
16 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Honda 1:40.583 0.968 0.008
17 17 John McPhee KTM 1:40.723 1.108 0.140
18 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 1:40.823 1.208 0.100
19 76 Makar Yurchenko KTM 1:41.083 1.468 0.260
20 40 Darryn Binder KTM 1:41.259 1.644 0.176
21 41 Nakarin Atiratphuvapat Honda 1:41.862 2.247 0.603
22 84 Jakub Kornfeil KTM 1:41.886 2.271 0.024
23 27 Kaito Toba Honda 1:42.321 2.706 0.435
24 7 Adam Norrodin Honda 1:42.399 2.784 0.078

 

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2018 Valencia February Moto2 Test Wednesday Times: Baldassarri Takes Over As Oliveira Falls

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Lorenzo Baldassarri has topped the second day of testing for the Moto2 class at Valencia. The Pons HP40 rider took over top spot after a crash by Miguel Oliveira meant the Portuguese KTM rider was unable to finish the final session of the day, though Oliveira was unhurt in the crash.

Mattia Pasini set the third fastest time at Valencia, the Italian a third of a second behind Baldassarri, but two tenths faster than Marcel Schrotter on the Dynavolt Intact Kalex. Fabio Quartararo ended the day as sixth quickest on the Speed Up, two thirds of a second behind Baldassarri.

Oliveira was not the only rider to fall on the cold but dry track. A grand total of seven riders fell, though all without serious consequences. The track is expected to be dry and cold again on Thursday, for the final day of the test.

Moto2 times from Wednesday:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 7 Lorenzo Baldassari Kalex 1:36.149    
2 44 Miguel Oliveira KTM 1:36.334 0.185 0.185
3 54 Mattia Pasini Kalex 1:36.493 0.344 0.159
4 24 Simone Corsi Kalex 1:36.522 0.373 0.029
5 23 Marcel Schrotter Kalex 1:36.751 0.602 0.229
6 20 Fabio Quartararo Speed Up 1:36.801 0.652 0.050
7 97 Xavi Vierge Kalex 1:36.812 0.663 0.011
8 40 Hector Barbera Kalex 1:36.865 0.716 0.053
9 41 Brad Binder KTM 1:36.903 0.754 0.038
10 32 Isaac Vinales Kalex 1:37.084 0.935 0.181
11 13 Romano Fenati Kalex 1:37.315 1.166 0.231
12 16 Joe Roberts NTS 1:37.405 1.256 0.090
13 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex 1:37.428 1.279 0.023
14 87 Remy Gardner Tech 3 1:37.513 1.364 0.085
15 52 Danny Kent Speed Up 1:37.592 1.443 0.079
16 64 Bo Bendsneyder Tech 3 1:37.594 1.445 0.002
17 4 Steven Odendaal NTS 1:37.601 1.452 0.007
18 77 Dominique Aegerter KTM 1:37.670 1.521 0.069
19 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 1:37.697 1.548 0.027
20 62 Stefano Manzi Suter 1:37.717 1.568 0.020
21 51 Eric Granado Suter 1:37.891 1.742 0.174
22 9 Jorge Navarro Kalex 1:37.908 1.759 0.017
23 21 Federico Fuligni Kalex 1:38.084 1.935 0.176
24 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Kalex 1:38.656 2.507 0.572
25 95 Jules Danilo Kalex 1:39.736 3.587 1.080
26 63 Zulfahmi Khairuddin Kalex 1:40.752 4.603 1.016

 

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2018 Valencia February Moto3 Test Wednesday Times: Rodrigo Fractionall

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Gabriel Rodrigo was the fastest of the Moto3 riders at a dry but chilly Valencia circuit. The Argentinian rider just pipped Jorge Martin for the top spot, while Marco Bezzecchi set an impressive third-fastest time. 

A dry track, in contrast to yesterday, the first day of the three day test, meant a lot more track action for the Moto3 riders assembled at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit. But the cold weather saw a spate of falls: six riders took a tumble, including Tatsuki Suzuki twice, though all walked away unhurt.

The test ends on Thursday, with another dry but cold day expected.

Times after the second day of the Valencia test:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 19 Gabriel Rodrigo KTM 1:40.324    
2 88 Jorge Martin Honda 1:40.333 0.009 0.009
3 12 Marco Bezzecchi KTM 1:40.432 0.108 0.099
4 23 Niccolo Antonelli Honda 1:40.492 0.168 0.060
5 33 Enea Bastianini Honda 1:40.557 0.233 0.065
6 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 1:40.716 0.392 0.159
7 75 Albert Arenas KTM 1:40.936 0.612 0.220
8 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 1:41.001 0.677 0.065
9 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 1:41.266 0.942 0.265
10 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Honda 1:41.336 1.012 0.070
11 71 Ayumu Sasaki Honda 1:41.350 1.026 0.014
12 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Honda 1:41.589 1.265 0.239
13 44 Aron Canet Honda 1:41.593 1.269 0.004
14 11 Livio Loi KTM 1:41.597 1.273 0.004
15 84 Jakub Kornfeil KTM 1:41.672 1.348 0.075
16 22 Kazuki Masaki KTM 1:41.785 1.461 0.113
17 17 John McPhee KTM 1:41.879 1.555 0.094
18 40 Darryn Binder KTM 1:41.997 1.673 0.118
19 16 Andrea Migno KTM 1:42.094 1.770 0.097
20 72 Alonso Lopez Honda 1:42.263 1.939 0.169
21 27 Kaito Toba Honda 1:42.677 2.353 0.414
22 41 Nakarin Atiratphuvapat Honda 1:42.873 2.549 0.196
23 76 Makar Yurchenko KTM 1:44.436 4.112 1.563
24 7 Adam Norrodin Honda 1:45.069 4.745 0.633

 

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First Day Of Valencia Moto2 & Moto3 Test A Washout

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The first day of the three-day test for the Moto2 and Moto3 classes at Valencia was a washout. Cold and wet weather meant there was next to no action on track. Only four riders put in any laps at all, the rest preferring to stay in their garages, or wander through the paddock.

In the Moto2 class, only Dominique Aegerter took to the track, racking up 26 laps on a soaking track. Aegerter, riding for the Kiefer team, celebrated saving his ride through a crowdfunding initiative with a best lap of 1'51.344, some 16 seconds slower than the Valencia Moto2 lap record. But Aegerter's main objective of the day was to shake down the new KTM Moto2 machine, and set it up ready for better weather.

The Moto3 sessions were busier, but only barely. Three riders bothered lapping on a wet track, with Gresini's Fabio Di Giannantonio putting in the most time on track. Di Giannantonio put in 31 laps, and was the only rider to go out for the final session of Moto3. He was joined by Philipp Oettl and Tatsuki Suzuki in the second session, though once again, times were 10 seconds or more off of normal pace.

Fortunately for those who did not ride (and those who did), the weather is set to improve, though conditions will remain cold. Rain should stop falling tonight, with the next two days expected to be sunny and dry, though temperatures will not reach double digits Centigrade.

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2018 Sepang MotoGP Test Combined Times: Lorenzo Fastest Overall, Luthi Most Improved

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Jorge Lorenzo finished the Sepang test as fastest overall, setting a new unofficial fastest lap in the process. That is meaningful in itself - it means that Lorenzo is a lot further along in his process of mastering the Desmosedici, and that he is likely to be competitive from the start of the season - but a more interesting perspective on the data is provided by the improvements made by the riders over the three days. Any improvement, or lack thereof, is an indication of how the factories are faring.

Unsurprisingly, the rider who improved the most over the three days was the rider with the least experience. Sepang was Tom Luthi's first outing on a MotoGP bike, and he had a lot to learn. But learn he did, quickly dispensing with the idea that old riders can't adapt. The 31-year-old has spent the last eleven seasons in the intermediate class, first in 250s, then in Moto2. But Luthi cut 2.606 seconds off his lap time between Sunday and Tuesday, adapting fast to the demands of riding the Marc VDS Honda RC213V. Luthi still finished as last of the officially contracted riders, but got to within six tenths of his teammate Franco Morbidelli, who has already had four days on the bike at both Valencia and Jerez.

Xavier Simeon also made good progress on the Avintia Ducati GP16, improving his best time by over two seconds. More importantly, he cut the gap to the leaders: at Valencia, a track with a short 1'30 lap, Simeon's deficit to fastest rider Marc Marquez was 2.6 seconds. At Sepang, a much longer track with a 1'59 lap, The Belgian was under two seconds off the time of Lorenzo.

For most riders, the average improvement over all three days was between eight tenths and 1.5 seconds, with the average around 1.1 seconds. At the upper end of the scale, Alvaro Bautista and Karel Abraham on the Aspar Ducatis, and Cal Crutchlow on the LCR Honda all took around 1.5 seconds off their best time. At the lower end of the scale, Jack Miller on the Pramac Ducati and Valentino Rossi on the Movistar Yamaha bettered their times by a little over 0.8 seconds. 

The case of the Movistar Yamahas is something of a puzzle. Overall, Maverick Viñales improved his fastest time by 1.359 seconds, Rossi by 0.843. But what is strange is that their improvement came between the first and second days. Both Yamaha riders were unable to improve from the second to the third day of testing, both men struggling to post a fast lap on the final day. The race pace was good, according to Valentino Rossi, the problem was pushing for a single quick time. It was a problem which only arose on the final day, however, as the two Yamahas had topped the second day of testing on Monday.

The bottom of the improvement standings highlight another interesting case. The four riders who improved least over the three days of the test are all on factory machinery, and include two Ducati GP18s and two KTMs. Both Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci started the test off fast, but only improved their times by six tenths of a second. In the case of Dovizioso, that could be because he was forced to switch back to the GP17 at the end of the day, because of a problem that arose on his bike, an issue which had Petrucci had also had. Petrucci was also on a GP17 at the end of the day, but he set his fastest time on the bike. 

Dani Pedrosa's name should probably also be added to the list. The Repsol Honda rider went slower on Monday than he had on Sunday, so his improvement from Sunday to Tuesday was only four tenths of a second. That is in part because he set a very fast lap on Sunday, topping the timesheets by over a third of a second. But that can also be read as an indication of just how much improvement the Honda has really made over the three days. Pedrosa was chasing a quick time on both Sunday and Tuesday, and was fast on both days - fastest on Sunday, second fastest on Tuesday - and so the difference is in large part attributable to the improvement of the bike, and perhaps the improvement of the track.

What may be cause for concern is the fact that the KTM riders are last in the improvement standings. Pol Espargaro couldn't ride the final day because of a crash on the second day, in which he badly banged up his ankle. But Bradley Smith only improved by 0.579 over the course of three days. KTM have a lot of development work still to do, but they find themselves in the hardest part of it now. The first couple of seconds are easy. The last second is incredibly tough. With Espargaro seventeenth, 1.4 behind Lorenzo, and Smith nineteenth, 1.6 behind Lorenzo, KTM has a lot of ground to make up.

Improvement over three days:

No Rider Bike Fastest Improvement Overall position
12 Tom Luthi Honda RC213V 2:01.126 2.606 25
10 Xavier Simeon Ducati GP16 2:00.784 2.162 22
19 Alvaro Bautista Ducati GP17 2:00.205 1.523 16
17 Karel Abraham Ducati GP16 2:00.574 1.514 21
35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:59.052 1.470 3
29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.615 1.412 13
53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP17 1:59.547 1.365 12
25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:59.355 1.359 7
42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.348 1.279 6
45 Scott Redding Aprilia RS-GP 2:00.812 1.150 23
26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:59.009 0.990 2
99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP18 1:58.830 0.972 1
41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:59.925 0.941 14
5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:59.511 0.910 10
93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:59.382 0.908 8
32 Katsuyuki Nakasuga Yamaha M1 2:01.679 0.894 28
30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 2:00.071 0.881 15
46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:59.390 0.843 9
43 Jack Miller Ducati GP17 1:59.346 0.832 5
68 Yonny Hernandez Yamaha M1 2:01.223 0.830 26
50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 2:01.120 0.744 24
33 Kohta Nozane Yamaha M1 2:01.385 0.659 27
21 Franco Morbidelli Honda RC213V 2:00.526 0.635 20
4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP18 1:59.169 0.601 4
9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP18 1:59.528 0.595 11
38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 2:00.520 0.579 19
44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 2:00.262 0.306 17

Combined times for three days:

No Rider Bike Sunday Monday Tuesday Improved Fastest Diff
99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP18 1:59.802 1:59.498 1:58.830 0.972 1:58.830  
26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:59.427 1:59.999 1:59.009 0.990 1:59.009 0.179
35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 2:00.522 1:59.443 1:59.052 1.470 1:59.052 0.222
4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP18 1:59.770 1:59.732 1:59.169 0.601 1:59.169 0.339
43 Jack Miller Ducati GP17 2:00.178 1:59.509 1:59.346 0.832 1:59.346 0.516
42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 2:00.627 2:00.042 1:59.348 1.279 1:59.348 0.518
25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 2:00.714 1:59.355 2:00.547 1.359 1:59.355 0.525
93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 2:00.290 1:59.730 1:59.382 0.908 1:59.382 0.552
46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 2:00.233 1:59.390 1:59.449 0.843 1:59.390 0.560
5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 2:00.421 1:59.702 1:59.511 0.910 1:59.511 0.681
9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP18 2:00.123 1:59.747 1:59.528 0.595 1:59.528 0.698
53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP17 2:00.912 2:00.506 1:59.547 1.365 1:59.547 0.717
29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 2:01.027 1:59.917 1:59.615 1.412 1:59.615 0.785
41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 2:00.866 1:59.925 1:59.962 0.941 1:59.925 1.095
30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 2:00.664 2:00.952 2:00.071 0.881 2:00.071 1.241
19 Alvaro Bautista Ducati GP17 2:01.728 2:00.728 2:00.205 1.523 2:00.205 1.375
44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 2:00.568 2:00.262   0.306 2:00.262 1.432
36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 2:05.932 2:00.701 2:00.464 5.468 2:00.464 1.634
38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 2:01.099 2:00.520 2:00.969 0.579 2:00.520 1.690
21 Franco Morbidelli Honda RC213V 2:01.161 2:00.662 2:00.526 0.635 2:00.526 1.696
17 Karel Abraham Ducati GP16 2:02.088 2:00.914 2:00.574 1.514 2:00.574 1.744
10 Xavier Simeon Ducati GP16 2:02.946 2:01.689 2:00.784 2.162 2:00.784 1.954
45 Scott Redding Aprilia RS-GP 2:01.962 2:01.456 2:00.812 1.150 2:00.812 1.982
50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 2:01.864 2:01.392 2:01.120 0.744 2:01.120 2.290
12 Tom Luthi Honda RC213V 2:03.732 2:01.810 2:01.126 2.606 2:01.126 2.296
68 Yonny Hernandez Yamaha M1 2:02.053 2:01.554 2:01.223 0.830 2:01.223 2.393
33 Kohta Nozane Yamaha M1 2:02.044 2:01.480 2:01.385 0.659 2:01.385 2.555
32 Katsuyuki Nakasuga Yamaha M1 2:02.527 2:02.573 2:01.679 0.894 2:01.679 2.849

 

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2018 Sepang MotoGP Test Tuesday Final Times: Lorenzo Leads Pedrosa And Crutchlow

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Final times from Tuesday:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP18 1:58.830    
2 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:59.009 0.179 0.179
3 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:59.052 0.222 0.043
4 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP18 1:59.169 0.339 0.117
5 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP17 1:59.346 0.516 0.177
6 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.348 0.518 0.002
7 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:59.382 0.552 0.034
8 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:59.449 0.619 0.067
9 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:59.511 0.681 0.062
10 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP18 1:59.528 0.698 0.017
11 53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP17 1:59.547 0.717 0.019
12 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.615 0.785 0.068
13 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:59.962 1.132 0.347
14 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 2:00.071 1.241 0.109
15 19 Alvaro Bautista Ducati GP17 2:00.205 1.375 0.134
16 36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 2:00.464 1.634 0.259
17 21 Franco Morbidelli Honda RC213V 2:00.526 1.696 0.062
18 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 2:00.547 1.717 0.021
19 17 Karel Abraham Ducati GP16 2:00.574 1.744 0.027
20 10 Xavier Simeon Ducati GP16 2:00.784 1.954 0.210
21 45 Scott Redding Aprilia RS-GP 2:00.812 1.982 0.028
22 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 2:00.969 2.139 0.157
23 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 2:01.120 2.290 0.151
24 12 Tom Luthi Honda RC213V 2:01.126 2.296 0.006
25 68 Yonny Hernandez Yamaha M1 2:01.223 2.393 0.097
26 33 Kohta Nozane Yamaha M1 2:01.385 2.555 0.162
27 32 Katsuyuki Nakasuga Yamaha M1 2:01.679 2.849 0.294
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2018 Sepang MotoGP Test Tuesday 2:30pm Times: Lorenzo Still Leading As Riders Focus On Race Simulations

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Only one rider has improved his time since noon, as the riders have switched their focus to race simulations. Andrea Dovizioso has moved up from eleventh to fourth, putting both factory Ducatis into the top four. Riders who have completed their test programs are starting to pack up, Jack Miller being one of the first, while others are still on track, Marc Marquez foremost among them.

Times at 2:30pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP18 1:58.830    
2 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:59.009 0.179 0.179
3 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:59.052 0.222 0.043
4 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP18 1:59.169 0.339 0.117
5 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP17 1:59.346 0.516 0.177
6 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.348 0.518 0.002
7 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:59.382 0.552 0.034
8 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:59.511 0.681 0.129
9 53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP17 1:59.547 0.717 0.036
10 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.615 0.785 0.068
11 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP18 1:59.819 0.989 0.204
12 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 2:00.018 1.188 0.199
13 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 2:00.071 1.241 0.053
14 19 Alvaro Bautista Ducati GP17 2:00.205 1.375 0.134
15 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 2:00.234 1.404 0.029
16 21 Franco Morbidelli Honda RC213V 2:00.526 1.696 0.292
17 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 2:00.555 1.725 0.029
18 17 Karel Abraham Ducati GP16 2:00.574 1.744 0.019
19 36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 2:00.719 1.889 0.145
20 10 Xavier Simeon Ducati GP16 2:00.784 1.954 0.065
21 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 2:01.120 2.290 0.336
22 12 Tom Luthi Honda RC213V 2:01.126 2.296 0.006
23 45 Scott Redding Aprilia RS-GP 2:01.158 2.328 0.032
24 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 2:01.214 2.384 0.056
25 68 Yonny Hernandez Yamaha M1 2:01.223 2.393 0.009
26 33 Kohta Nozane Yamaha M1 2:01.385 2.555 0.162
27 32 Katsuyuki Nakasuga Yamaha M1 2:02.077 3.247 0.692

 

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