MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2018 Jerez MotoGP Monday Test Times 4:30pm: Zarco Still Fastest, Times Unchanged As Testing Winds Down

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Times at 4:30pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:37.730    
2 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:37.947 0.217 0.217
3 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:37.980 0.250 0.033
4 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:38.139 0.409 0.159
5 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:38.232 0.502 0.093
6 53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP17 1:38.304 0.574 0.072
7 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:38.444 0.714 0.140
8 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP17 1:38.586 0.856 0.142
9 21 Franco Morbidelli Honda RC213V 1:38.601 0.871 0.015
10 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:38.684 0.954 0.083
11 19 Alvaro Bautista Ducati GP17 1:39.135 1.405 0.451
12 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:39.202 1.472 0.067
13 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:39.221 1.491 0.019
14 36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:39.232 1.502 0.011
15 12 Tom Luthi Honda RC213V 1:39.643 1.913 0.411
16 10 Xavier Simeon Ducati GP16 1:39.720 1.990 0.077
17 18 Xavi Cardelus Ducati GP16 1:45.040 7.310 5.320
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2018 Jerez MotoGP Monday Test Times 3pm: Zarco Still Leading As Times Remain Unchanged

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Times at 3pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:37.730    
2 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:37.947 0.217 0.217
3 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:38.139 0.409 0.192
4 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:38.232 0.502 0.093
5 53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP17 1:38.304 0.574 0.072
6 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:38.444 0.714 0.140
7 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP17 1:38.586 0.856 0.142
8 21 Franco Morbidelli Honda RC213V 1:38.601 0.871 0.015
9 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:38.647 0.917 0.046
10 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:38.684 0.954 0.037
11 19 Alvaro Bautista Ducati GP17 1:39.135 1.405 0.451
12 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:39.202 1.472 0.067
13 36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:39.232 1.502 0.030
14 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:39.437 1.707 0.205
15 12 Tom Luthi Honda RC213V 1:39.643 1.913 0.206
16 10 Xavier Simeon Ducati GP16 1:39.720 1.990 0.077
17 18 Xavi Cardelus Ducati GP16 1:45.040 7.310 5.320
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2018 Jerez MotoGP Monday Test Times 1pm: Zarco Leads Crutchlow

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Times at 1pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:37.937    
2 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:37.975 0.038 0.038
3 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:38.139 0.202 0.164
4 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:38.232 0.295 0.093
5 53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP17 1:38.304 0.367 0.072
6 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:38.582 0.645 0.278
7 21 Franco Morbidelli Honda RC213V 1:38.601 0.664 0.019
8 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:38.684 0.747 0.083
9 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:38.705 0.768 0.021
10 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP17 1:38.975 1.038 0.270
11 19 Alvaro Bautista Ducati GP17 1:39.220 1.283 0.245
12 36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:39.232 1.295 0.012
13 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:39.362 1.425 0.130
14 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:39.437 1.500 0.075
15 12 Tom Luthi Honda RC213V 1:39.643 1.706 0.206
16 10 Xavier Simeon Ducati GP16 1:39.720 1.783 0.077
17 18 Xavi Cardelus Ducati GP16 1:45.337 7.400 5.617
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2018 Jerez MotoGP Race Result: Making An Escape From Trouble

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The Jerez circuit turned up the heat to a toasty 40 degrees as the premier class played their cards for the first trophy back at home. If practice and qualifying and the first couple of laps suggested a classic rumble for the win, it quickly turned into a classic masterclass from Marc Marquez, the reigning world champion battling mostly the elements to score his 37th premier class victory and add to his impressive podium tally at the track. Johann Zarco looked less than comfortable on the medium tire and had a lonely and unexpected journey into second position. Equally surprised would have been Andrea Iannone, who scored back to back podiums for Suzuki after dropping back rapidly at the start.

The poleman did not feature heavily in proceedings, Cal Crutchlow losing ground at the lights as Jorge Lorenzo made a trademark start of old by launching into the lead ahead of Dani Pedrosa and Zarco, with Crutchlow fourth, Marquez fifth and the two Suzukis following. Andrea Dovizioso held station at the start, with the Yamahas gaining one position behind him but Viñales was quickly demoted out of the top ten by Franco Morbidelli.

Back at the front, Marquez made his first move into last turn and managed to keep Crutchlow behind him, with another move on Zarco at the end of lap two. Meanwhile, Iannone was going backwards, dropping behind Dovizioso and Rossi and back into ninth.

By lap three, Pedrosa briefly got past the leading Ducati as Lorenzo and his softer front tyre were showing some signs of weakness but Lorenzo struck back right away. Marquez then made a brave move on his teammate in turn 11, with Zarco and Crutchlow hanging on the back of the Repsol Hondas. Dovizioso had taken the lead of the second group in an attempt to bring down the half-second’s gap, dragging Alex Rins, Iannone, Rossi and Petrucci with him.

Crutchlow made a move on Zarco on lap five and the Frenchman started having major struggles, dropping behind Rins and Dovizioso, who were also struggling to catch up with the four leaders. The Suzuki man’s challenge faltered on lap six, as he crashed out for the third race in a row. Teammate Iannone was making up for it already as the Italian started to make up the ground he lost at the start and was up to sixth.

Meanwhile, Marquez was stalking Lorenzo with Pedrosa and Crutchlow in tow. The poleman did not get a chance to place his bid for the lead as he slid out in turn one at the start of lap eight. Marquez finally made a move on Lorenzo in his namesake corner as Dovizioso joined the lead group, leaving Zarco over a second down the road.

Dovizioso was up into third after another move on Pedrosa in the final corner as they were starting lap ten and although the top four was in close proximity, gaps of over a second started popping up behind them between Zarco, Iannone and Petrucci. The Pramac man had company though, in the form of Rossi and Jack Miller. Viñales was in much less familiar company in between Alvaro Bautista and Bradley Smith outside of the top ten.

Despite continuing to set red hot sectors at the front at the midway point of the race, Marquez could not get away from the challengers behind, all with the same medium rear tire. The only one theoretically at a disadvantage was Lorenzo on a softer front and it soon seemed to make a difference as Marquez stretched half a second’s advantage. The next rival for the Honda man was some gravel dragged onto the circuit in turn 11 by Tom Luthi’s fresh crash but the world champion pulled another save out of the bag and carried on.

The scare did not seem to have dented his confidence much – as if it ever does – and the world champion was checking out by a second just a lap later. Dovizioso and Pedrosa were still stuck behind Lorenzo and battling each other as they desperately attempted not to lose touch with the leader. Marquez was not lending any helping hands as he extended his lead to two seconds with 10 laps to go. Lorenzo looked like easy prey behind him but the wolves could not get close enough and the story ended one lap later as the trio tangled in an odd incident which, in a shocking twist, did not involve Marc Marquez. Dovizioso overtook Lorenzo, taking both Ducatis wide and then tangling with Pedrosa as they were getting back on line, filling the litter box with three unhappy riders.

With Marquez six seconds ahead of the remaining pursuers, Zarco found himself on the podium and Petrucci, Iannone, Miller and Rossi were all of a sudden battling for the remaining podium position. Behind them, Viñales got a helping hand into eighth position purely through maths.

Iannone made a brave move on Petrucci in turn five with two laps to go as Rossi got ahead of Miller half a second behind them. The Yamaha man brought that gap down aided by the smell of silverware but the faith of third place was sealed by Iannone, half a second clear of Petrucci at the line. Rossi completed his lap around the world in fifth position, ahead of Miller in sixth. Viñales finally made it past Bautista on the final couple of laps and finished seventh, probably better than he could’ve hoped for 40 minutes earlier, when the tarmac was simmering on the grid. Bautista, Morbidelli and wildcard Mika Kallio all got somewhat lucky but overall very impressive top ten positions.

Besides being the big winner in Jerez, Marquez came out on top in the championship standings as well, 12 points ahead of Zarco. Viñales will be ecstatic to still be in third, 20 points down on his compatriot, as Iannone climbs two positions to fourth. Dovizioso goes from leader to fifth, 24 points down, followed by Rossi and Crutchlow.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 41'39.678
2 5 Johann ZARCO Yamaha +5.241
3 29 Andrea IANNONE Suzuki +8.214
4 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati +8.617
5 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha +8.743
6 43 Jack MILLER Ducati +9.768
7 25 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha +13.543
8 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA Ducati +14.076
9 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Honda +16.822
10 36 Mika KALLIO KTM +19.405
11 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM +21.149
12 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda +21.174
13 38 Bradley SMITH KTM +21.765
14 53 Tito RABAT Ducati +22.103
15 45 Scott REDDING Aprilia +36.755
16 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN Yamaha +41.861
17 10 Xavier SIMEON Ducati +49.241
18 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati 1 Lap
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  99 Jorge LORENZO Ducati 8 Laps
  4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 8 Laps
  26 Dani PEDROSA Honda 8 Laps
  35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 9 Laps
  12 Thomas LUTHI Honda 14 Laps
  42 Alex RINS Suzuki 20 Laps
    Not Finished 1st Lap    
  41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 0 Lap
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2018 Jerez Moto2 Race Result: Masterful From Start To End

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The intermediate class race promised to be a chance to catch our breath after the Moto3 chaos but it wasn’t all that easy for the clear favourite – at least until the halfway point of the race. Despite a cautious start, Lorenzo Baldassarri followed up on his first ever pole position with a masterful victory over Miguel Oliveira and Pecco Bagnaia. The Red Bull KTM rider made quick work of his poor qualifying position outside of the top ten but only briefly had a sniff at Baldassarri before settling for second. Bagnaia could not quite match the rhythm at the front and spent the race fending off Xavi Vierge for the final podium position.

With the title race opening up as the championship leader was slipping back, the big loser was Alex Marquez. The Spaniard had made a great start and slipped ahead in turn one, pushing Baldassarri down to third but the Italian quickly attacked Bagnaia for second, the Sky rider losing another spot to Brad Binder. Behind them, Joan Mir was starting to slightly lose touch with the leaders and Vierge and Oliveira were keen to get past and bridge the small gap.

Baldassarri made a move on Marquez in turn six and was back in the lead by lap three, with the KTMs in attack mode behind him. Binder was nudging Marquez out of the way soon after and Oliveira was rapidly making up ground to chase the Spaniard.

By lap four, a lead group of nine had a second in hand over the pursuers, Baldassarri already beating the circuit record, while the two Red Bull KTMs were over a second down the road, closely followed by Marquez and Bagnaia. Another half a second back were Vierge, Mattia Pasini, Romano Fenati and Mir, the Moto3 champion dropping back rapidly. Binder started to do the same soon after, going from second to fifth as Oliveira, Marquez and Bagnaia got past him in quick succession. As the Italian and South-African were embroiled in battle, the top three made a breakaway by over a second.

With Baldassarri, Oliveira and Marquez keeping steady at the front, Bagnaia had to fend off a sizeable group including Binder, Vierge and Pasini. Fenati and Mir made his job easier as the Italian got nudged out and joined the gravel trap and a still-under-the-weather Mir was losing ground in eight position. By lap ten, it looked like job done for Bagnaia, with gaps of over a second in between himself, Vierge and Pasini.

Back at the front, Marquez looked like he struggled to match of pace of the leaders and the Spaniard crashed in turn two of lap eleven. A bad day for the Marc VDS team continued as Mir was dropping out of the top ten.

Baldassarri looked comfortable in the lead at the halfway mark and the Pons rider stretched a gap of a second on Oliveira, as the Portuguese rider went wide in turn six. The podium already looked settled with Bagnaia another two seconds down the road, although Vierge looked threatening in the final few laps.

Vierge settled for fourth at the flag, followed by Pasini and Binder. Marcel Schrotter put in another heroic ride to go from 20th on the grid to seventh place while still recovering from injury and fending off Sam Lowes. The British rider was followed across the line by teammate Iker Lecuona and Fabio Quartararo completed the top ten, Mir snatching a few points from 11th.

In the world championship battle, Bagnaia went to the top of the table as flatmate and race winner Baldassarri climbs into second, nine points back. Oliveira takes third another point behind the Italian, Pasini dropping to fourth and Marquez losing out in fifth, already 26 points down on the leader.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 39'33.889
2 44 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM +2.851
3 42 Francesco BAGNAIA Kalex +6.250
4 97 Xavi VIERGE Kalex +6.953
5 54 Mattia PASINI Kalex +10.138
6 41 Brad BINDER KTM +11.731
7 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Kalex +18.138
8 22 Sam LOWES KTM +18.677
9 27 Iker LECUONA KTM +20.743
10 20 Fabio QUARTARARO Speed Up +20.787
11 36 Joan MIR Kalex +23.202
12 24 Simone CORSI Kalex +23.419
13 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex +26.132
14 40 Hector BARBERA Kalex +26.951
15 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex +27.121
16 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER Tech 3 +27.377
17 9 Jorge NAVARRO Kalex +33.193
18 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex +33.834
19 32 Isaac VIÑALES Kalex +44.651
20 3 Lukas TULOVIC KTM +49.048
21 21 Federico FULIGNI Kalex +50.333
22 18 Xavi CARDELUS Kalex +53.016
23 14 Hector GARZO Tech 3 +59.489
24 95 Jules DANILO Kalex 1 Lap
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  4 Steven ODENDAAL NTS 2 Laps
  16 Joe ROBERTS NTS 5 Laps
  73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex 13 Laps
  52 Danny KENT Speed Up 13 Laps
  63 Zulfahmi KHAIRUDDIN Kalex 14 Laps
  62 Stefano MANZI Suter 15 Laps
  13 Romano FENATI Kalex 17 Laps
  51 Eric GRANADO Suter 21 Laps
    Not Finished 1st Lap    
  10 Luca MARINI Kalex 0 Lap
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2018 Jerez Moto3 Race Result: More Like The Moto3 Of Old

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A hot afternoon in Jerez led to some hot action to start up the day, not just for the lightweight class and the spectators but also for the stewards. One man who managed to avoid any mishaps was Philipp Oettl, the German rider snatching his first win in the championship after a front row start and a feisty battle at the front.

Marco Bezzecchi was the only other contender who made it through the wipeout episode at the front and despite having to settle for second position, the Italian did inherit the championship lead. In another heart-breaking twist, the final piece of silverware went to Marcos Ramirez, the Spaniard getting his third podium after starting 18th, once Alonso Lopez was demoted from third due to track limits infringements, making it a rare all KTM podium.

Poleman Martin had an excellent start, keeping the lead ahead of teammate Fabio Di Giannantonio and Oettl. The initial lead group also included a fast starting Lopez, with Niccolo Antonelli, Bezzecchi and Enea Bastianini over half a second ahead of a big group led by Tatsuki Suzuki and Aron Canet. Canet had lost some ground at the start, adding to his poor qualifying result but he swiftly picked up places to tenth by the end of lap one. Lopez made it as high as third and set the fastest lap of the race before a close call with Oettl dropped him all the way down to 18th.

As soon as Canet muscled his way into the lead of the second group by lap four, the Spaniard took little time to catch up with the top six. Meanwhile, Martin lost the lead for the first time as Bastianini attacked on lap five, as did Bezzecchi soon after. Compatriot Di Giannantonio had a bit of an over-eager moment and dropped to the back of the group, ending up battling Tony Arbolino, who had stated 21st.

By lap seven, the main pack still bragged with 17 riders in close proximity of each other, Martin recovering the lead as Arbolino was stealing the spotlight with overtakes left right and centre, the Italian finally in the lead by lap ten. At the back of the group, Lopez managed to catch up with the lead pack.

At the halfway point of the race, Oettl claimed his turn at the front, with Arbolino, Bastianini, Martin and Bezzecchi as the main challengers but with a gaggle of riders biding their time right behind them, including Canet, Kaito Toba, Di Giannantonio, Tatsuki Suzuki, Antonelli, Jaume Masia, Jakub Kornfeil, Makar Yurchenko, Ramirez, Gabriel Rodrigo, Ayumu Sasaki, Andrea Migno and Lopez.

With ten laps to go, the main pack finally began to break, the top ten stretching a gap ahead of Kornfeil as status quo was maintained at the front but Lopez was on a roll as he picked up the pace to become the fastest man on track. The Spaniard bridged that gap once again and easily snuck into the top ten.

With six laps to go, Martin and Bastianini started to ruffle Oettl’s feathers, the Leopard rider taking the lead before disaster struck one lap later, Canet misjudging a move on Martin and wiping him out, causing a domino effect with Bastianini and Arbolino.

With the main title contenders in the gravel trap, Oettl and Bezzecchi were left to settle the win amongst themselves as the rest of the group had dropped over two seconds back. Oettl was in the driving seat, Bezzechi biding his time until the last lap but never getting a sniff at the win. Behind them, the last podium spot was being disputed between Lopez and nine other riders. The Spaniard had it over the line but was then penalised with one position for track limits infringements and gifted a podium to fellow countryman Ramirez.

With Lopez fourth, Masia grabbed fifth after starting 25th. Suzuki scored sixth place, Di Giannantonio turning a front row start into only seventh place. The top ten was completed by Kornfeil, Toba and Rodrigo and the remaining point scoring positions went to Antonelli, Sasaki, Migno, Yurchenko and impressive wildcard Ai Ogura.

Besides the earful that Canet is probably going to get, the incident cost both him and Martin the lead of the championship, Bezzechi now leading by 8 points ahead of Martin. Canet is third, 15 points down and Di Giannantonio keeps fourth position. Oettl climbs nine places into fifth, ahead of Bastinini in sixth.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 65 Philipp OETTL KTM 39'39.799
2 12 Marco BEZZECCHI KTM +0.059
3 42 Marcos RAMIREZ KTM +3.733
4 72 Alonso LOPEZ Honda +3.515
5 5 Jaume MASIA KTM +3.958
6 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda +4.000
7 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Honda +4.033
8 84 Jakub KORNFEIL KTM +4.161
9 27 Kaito TOBA Honda +4.171
10 19 Gabriel RODRIGO KTM +4.216
11 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI Honda +4.176
12 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda +4.264
13 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM +8.166
14 76 Makar YURCHENKO KTM +8.382
15 32 Ai OGURA Honda +27.297
16 7 Adam NORRODIN Honda +27.346
17 8 Nicolo BULEGA KTM +27.574
18 11 Livio LOI KTM +27.599
19 41 Nakarin ATIRATPHUVAPAT Honda +27.795
20 22 Kazuki MASAKI KTM +37.042
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  33 Enea BASTIANINI Honda 4 Laps
  14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda 4 Laps
  88 Jorge MARTIN Honda 4 Laps
  44 Aron CANET Honda 4 Laps
  75 Albert ARENAS KTM 9 Laps
    Not Finished 1st Lap    
  48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Honda 0 Lap
  10 Dennis FOGGIA KTM 0 Lap
  17 John MCPHEE KTM 0 Lap
  52 Jeremy ALCOBA Honda 0 Lap
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2018 Jerez MotoGP Warm Up Result: Marquez Tops And Tumbles

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 1'38.687    
2 29 Andrea IANNONE Suzuki 1'38.888 0.201 0.201
3 26 Dani PEDROSA Honda 1'38.939 0.252 0.051
4 43 Jack MILLER Ducati 1'38.964 0.277 0.025
5 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati 1'39.041 0.354 0.077
6 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 1'39.147 0.460 0.106
7 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 1'39.198 0.511 0.051
8 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Honda 1'39.236 0.549 0.038
9 5 Johann ZARCO Yamaha 1'39.258 0.571 0.022
10 99 Jorge LORENZO Ducati 1'39.280 0.593 0.022
11 42 Alex RINS Suzuki 1'39.284 0.597 0.004
12 25 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 1'39.291 0.604 0.007
13 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 1'39.337 0.650 0.046
14 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 1'39.430 0.743 0.093
15 36 Mika KALLIO KTM 1'39.434 0.747 0.004
16 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA Ducati 1'39.435 0.748 0.001
17 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati 1'39.475 0.788 0.040
18 45 Scott REDDING Aprilia 1'39.707 1.020 0.232
19 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM 1'39.727 1.040 0.020
20 53 Tito RABAT Ducati 1'39.775 1.088 0.048
21 38 Bradley SMITH KTM 1'39.807 1.120 0.032
22 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda 1'39.839 1.152 0.032
23 10 Xavier SIMEON Ducati 1'40.354 1.667 0.515
24 12 Thomas LUTHI Honda 1'40.645 1.958 0.291
25 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN Yamaha 1'40.722 2.035 0.077
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2018 Jerez Moto2 Warm Up Result: Baldassarri Best Again

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 1'42.370    
2 9 Jorge NAVARRO Kalex 1'42.472 0.102 0.102
3 44 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 1'42.548 0.178 0.076
4 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex 1'42.573 0.203 0.025
5 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Kalex 1'42.745 0.375 0.172
6 54 Mattia PASINI Kalex 1'42.807 0.437 0.062
7 22 Sam LOWES KTM 1'42.810 0.440 0.003
8 20 Fabio QUARTARARO Speed Up 1'42.859 0.489 0.049
9 97 Xavi VIERGE Kalex 1'42.996 0.626 0.137
10 10 Luca MARINI Kalex 1'43.014 0.644 0.018
11 40 Hector BARBERA Kalex 1'43.023 0.653 0.009
12 36 Joan MIR Kalex 1'43.030 0.660 0.007
13 42 Francesco BAGNAIA Kalex 1'43.054 0.684 0.024
14 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex 1'43.102 0.732 0.048
15 52 Danny KENT Speed Up 1'43.103 0.733 0.001
16 13 Romano FENATI Kalex 1'43.136 0.766 0.033
17 41 Brad BINDER KTM 1'43.184 0.814 0.048
18 32 Isaac VIÑALES Kalex 1'43.230 0.860 0.046
19 27 Iker LECUONA KTM 1'43.261 0.891 0.031
20 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex 1'43.266 0.896 0.005
21 24 Simone CORSI Kalex 1'43.373 1.003 0.107
22 16 Joe ROBERTS NTS 1'43.496 1.126 0.123
23 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER Tech 3 1'43.555 1.185 0.059
24 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex 1'43.595 1.225 0.040
25 51 Eric GRANADO Suter 1'43.752 1.382 0.157
26 4 Steven ODENDAAL NTS 1'43.985 1.615 0.233
27 21 Federico FULIGNI Kalex 1'43.996 1.626 0.011
28 62 Stefano MANZI Suter 1'44.325 1.955 0.329
29 95 Jules DANILO Kalex 1'44.354 1.984 0.029
30 3 Lukas TULOVIC KTM 1'44.421 2.051 0.067
31 14 Hector GARZO Tech 3 1'45.158 2.788 0.737
32 18 Xavi CARDELUS Kalex 1'45.182 2.812 0.024
33 63 Zulfahmi KHAIRUDDIN Kalex 1'45.649 3.279 0.467
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2018 Jerez Moto3 Warm Up Result: Martin Edges Out Bezzecchi

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 88 Jorge MARTIN Honda 1'47.198    
2 12 Marco BEZZECCHI KTM 1'47.204 0.006 0.006
3 17 John MCPHEE KTM 1'47.207 0.009 0.003
4 44 Aron CANET Honda 1'47.274 0.076 0.067
5 5 Jaume MASIA KTM 1'47.341 0.143 0.067
6 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda 1'47.691 0.493 0.350
7 33 Enea BASTIANINI Honda 1'47.768 0.570 0.077
8 19 Gabriel RODRIGO KTM 1'47.792 0.594 0.024
9 75 Albert ARENAS KTM 1'47.827 0.629 0.035
10 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda 1'47.858 0.660 0.031
11 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Honda 1'47.859 0.661 0.001
12 42 Marcos RAMIREZ KTM 1'47.873 0.675 0.014
13 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI Honda 1'47.888 0.690 0.015
14 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM 1'47.910 0.712 0.022
15 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda 1'47.916 0.718 0.006
16 27 Kaito TOBA Honda 1'47.961 0.763 0.045
17 65 Philipp OETTL KTM 1'47.997 0.799 0.036
18 72 Alonso LOPEZ Honda 1'48.006 0.808 0.009
19 7 Adam NORRODIN Honda 1'48.106 0.908 0.100
20 84 Jakub KORNFEIL KTM 1'48.109 0.911 0.003
21 41 Nakarin ATIRATPHUVAPAT Honda 1'48.122 0.924 0.013
22 76 Makar YURCHENKO KTM 1'48.131 0.933 0.009
23 8 Nicolo BULEGA KTM 1'48.256 1.058 0.125
24 32 Ai OGURA Honda 1'48.280 1.082 0.024
25 11 Livio LOI KTM 1'48.318 1.120 0.038
26 52 Jeremy ALCOBA Honda 1'48.495 1.297 0.177
27 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Honda 1'48.556 1.358 0.061
28 10 Dennis FOGGIA KTM 1'48.672 1.474 0.116
29 22 Kazuki MASAKI KTM 1'49.077 1.879 0.405
  40 Darryn BINDER KTM      
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4
2018
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2018 Jerez Moto2 Qualifying Result: It’s Been A Long Time Coming

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The intermediate class took to the track in the hottest temperatures of the day and it was a familiar sight at the top of the timesheets with Lorenzo Baldassarri staring off fastest and finishing fastest. Pecco Bagnaia was edging ever closer throughout the first half of the session with the second half bringing us the fight between Baldassarri and Alex Marquez. The duo managed to dip into the 1:41s but in the end it was the Pons rider who finally scored his first ever pole position by posting the fastest Moto2 lap around the Spanish circuit.

Marquez had to settle for second, only seven hundredths of a second behind, with Bagnaia another six hundredths slower. The front row cast seems the most likely to settle victory amongst themselves, although Marc VDS and Sky Racing will have to find something special to keep up with Baldassarri’s fierce pace.

Jorge Navarro is not unfamiliar to gravel traps and this session was no exception but the end result still scored him a spot on the second row of the grid, alongside Brad Binder as the lead KTM and Joan Mir, the Spaniard not in the greatest of health but coming through to a sixth position.

Xavi Vierge got back into the top seven, opening the third row of the grid ahead of Sam Lowes, whose progress was hindered early on by a crash. Rookie Romano Fenati qualified ninth but only half a second off pole, with Mattia Pasini taking two tumbles on his way to the final top ten position. Miguel Oliveira was not in the best of shapes either as the KTM rider’s late crash saw him drop all the way down to 14th grid spot.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 1'41.925    
2 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex 1'41.996 0.071 0.071
3 42 Francesco BAGNAIA Kalex 1'42.064 0.139 0.068
4 9 Jorge NAVARRO Kalex 1'42.324 0.399 0.260
5 41 Brad BINDER KTM 1'42.362 0.437 0.038
6 36 Joan MIR Kalex 1'42.367 0.442 0.005
7 97 Xavi VIERGE Kalex 1'42.404 0.479 0.037
8 22 Sam LOWES KTM 1'42.408 0.483 0.004
9 13 Romano FENATI Kalex 1'42.437 0.512 0.029
10 54 Mattia PASINI Kalex 1'42.439 0.514 0.002
11 52 Danny KENT Speed Up 1'42.480 0.555 0.041
12 10 Luca MARINI Kalex 1'42.513 0.588 0.033
13 24 Simone CORSI Kalex 1'42.567 0.642 0.054
14 44 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 1'42.573 0.648 0.006
15 40 Hector BARBERA Kalex 1'42.590 0.665 0.017
16 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex 1'42.660 0.735 0.070
17 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Kalex 1'42.772 0.847 0.112
18 20 Fabio QUARTARARO Speed Up 1'42.797 0.872 0.025
19 27 Iker LECUONA KTM 1'42.798 0.873 0.001
20 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex 1'42.896 0.971 0.098
21 32 Isaac VIÑALES Kalex 1'43.029 1.104 0.133
22 62 Stefano MANZI Suter 1'43.064 1.139 0.035
23 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER Tech 3 1'43.085 1.160 0.021
24 3 Lukas TULOVIC KTM 1'43.256 1.331 0.171
25 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex 1'43.334 1.409 0.078
26 4 Steven ODENDAAL NTS 1'43.600 1.675 0.266
27 16 Joe ROBERTS NTS 1'43.613 1.688 0.013
28 51 Eric GRANADO Suter 1'43.943 2.018 0.330
29 95 Jules DANILO Kalex 1'44.179 2.254 0.236
30 14 Hector GARZO Tech 3 1'44.327 2.402 0.148
31 18 Xavi CARDELUS Kalex 1'44.382 2.457 0.055
32 21 Federico FULIGNI Kalex 1'44.626 2.701 0.244
33 63 Zulfahmi KHAIRUDDIN Kalex 1'44.855 2.930 0.229
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