MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2017 Imola World Superbike FP1 Results: Rea And Davies And Sykes And Melandri

The Imola weekend opened with the five fastest riders being on a Kawasaki or Ducati as the two marques continue their dominance. Jonathan Rea was a quarter second quicker than Chaz Davies and Tom Sykes, the second- and third-placed riders sharing identical quickest times, ahead of Marco Melandri. Xavi Fores, the third man on a Ducati, was over half a second off fourth place. 

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Gap Speed
1 1 J. REA Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'47.023   278,0
2 7 C. DAVIES Ducati Panigale R 1'47.279 0.256 280,1
3 66 T. SYKES Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'47.279 0.256 284,6
4 33 M. MELANDRI Ducati Panigale R 1'47.360 0.337 281,6
5 12 X. FORÉS Ducati Panigale R 1'47.994 0.971 278,0
6 2 L. CAMIER MV Agusta 1000 F4 1'48.128 1.105 273,7
7 60 M. VAN DER MARK Yamaha YZF R1 1'48.265 1.242 273,7
8 81 J. TORRES BMW S 1000 RR 1'48.334 1.311 273,7
9 50 E. LAVERTY Aprilia RSV4 RF 1'48.355 1.332 273,1
10 69 N. HAYDEN Honda CBR1000RR 1'48.541 1.518 273,1
11 22 A. LOWES Yamaha YZF R1 1'48.564 1.541 276,6
12 36 L. MERCADO Aprilia RSV4 RF 1'48.931 1.908 275,1
13 40 R. RAMOS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'49.359 2.336 271,7
14 6 S. BRADL Honda CBR1000RR 1'49.616 2.593 275,1
15 88 R. KRUMMENACHER Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'49.685 2.662 269,6
16 84 R. RUSSO Yamaha YZF R1 1'49.766 2.743 262,4
17 32 L. SAVADORI Aprilia RSV4 RF 1'50.176 3.153 273,7
18 15 A. DE ANGELIS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'50.264 3.241 271,0
19 35 R. DE ROSA BMW S 1000 RR 1'50.294 3.271 274,4
20 37 O. JEZEK Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'50.617 3.594 269,0
21 86 A. BADOVINI Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'50.628 3.605 263,1

 

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5
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2017 Jerez MotoGP Test Final Times: Viñales Leads Repsol Honda Pairing

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Results:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:38.635    
2 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:38.637 0.002 0.002
3 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:38.716 0.081 0.079
4 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.999 0.364 0.283
5 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP17 1:39.030 0.395 0.031
6 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP17 1:39.124 0.489 0.094
7 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:39.319 0.684 0.195
8 8 Hector Barbera Ducati GP16 1:39.460 0.825 0.141
9 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:39.528 0.893 0.068
10 45 Scott Redding Ducati GP16 1:39.536 0.901 0.008
11 43 Jack Miller Honda RC213V 1:39.548 0.913 0.012
12 53 Tito Rabat Honda RC213V 1:39.576 0.941 0.028
13 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.654 1.019 0.078
14 94 Jonas Folger Yamaha M1 1:39.797 1.162 0.143
15 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP17 1:39.879 1.244 0.082
16 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:39.959 1.324 0.080
17 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:40.111 1.476 0.152
18 12 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:40.163 1.528 0.052
19 76 Loris Baz Ducati GP15 1:40.377 1.742 0.214
20 36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:40.382 1.747 0.005
21 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:40.463 1.828 0.081
22 22 Sam Lowes Aprilia RS-GP 1:40.572 1.937 0.109
23 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 1:41.260 2.625 0.688
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2017 Jerez MotoGP Test Times 4pm: Guintoli Rides, Redding Improves

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Times are pretty much unchanged from this morning. Sylvain Guintoli is lapping on the Suzuki, and Scott Redding has improved by a couple of tenths of a second.

Results:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:38.635    
2 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:38.637 0.002 0.002
3 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.999 0.364 0.362
4 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:39.018 0.383 0.019
5 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP17 1:39.030 0.395 0.012
6 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP17 1:39.124 0.489 0.094
7 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:39.319 0.684 0.195
8 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:39.528 0.893 0.209
9 45 Scott Redding Ducati GP16 1:39.536 0.901 0.008
10 43 Jack Miller Honda RC213V 1:39.548 0.913 0.012
11 53 Tito Rabat Honda RC213V 1:39.576 0.941 0.028
12 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.774 1.139 0.198
13 94 Jonas Folger Yamaha M1 1:39.797 1.162 0.023
14 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP17 1:39.879 1.244 0.082
15 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:39.959 1.324 0.080
16 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:40.111 1.476 0.152
17 8 Hector Barbera Ducati GP16 1:40.122 1.487 0.011
18 36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:40.382 1.747 0.260
19 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:40.463 1.828 0.081
20 22 Sam Lowes Aprilia RS-GP 1:40.784 2.149 0.321
21 12 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:40.798 2.163 0.014
22 76 Loris Baz Ducati GP15 1:40.862 2.227 0.064
23 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 1:42.369 3.734 1.507

 

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2017 Jerez MotoGP Test Times 3pm: Viñales Remains Fastest As Times Unchanged

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Testing continues for the MotoGP teams at Jerez, but during the hottest part of the day, the focus has switched to the hard work of testing rather than chasing quick times. Nobody has improved their times since the start of the day, and some have already finished.

Andrea Dovizioso has completed his program, staying only to test the new Michelin front. He and Danilo Petrucci, who also tested both the new and old tires, said there was virtually no difference between the two. Neither would express a difference, saying that the big problem for Ducati was the rear tire, rather than the front.

Results:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:38.635    
2 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:38.637 0.002 0.002
3 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.999 0.364 0.362
4 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:39.018 0.383 0.019
5 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP17 1:39.030 0.395 0.012
6 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP17 1:39.124 0.489 0.094
7 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:39.319 0.684 0.195
8 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:39.528 0.893 0.209
9 43 Jack Miller Honda RC213V 1:39.548 0.913 0.020
10 53 Tito Rabat Honda RC213V 1:39.576 0.941 0.028
11 45 Scott Redding Ducati GP16 1:39.721 1.086 0.145
12 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.774 1.139 0.053
13 94 Jonas Folger Yamaha M1 1:39.797 1.162 0.023
14 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP17 1:39.879 1.244 0.082
15 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:39.959 1.324 0.080
16 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:40.111 1.476 0.152
17 8 Hector Barbera Ducati GP16 1:40.122 1.487 0.011
18 36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:40.382 1.747 0.260
19 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:40.463 1.828 0.081
20 22 Sam Lowes Aprilia RS-GP 1:40.784 2.149 0.321
21 12 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:40.798 2.163 0.014
22 76 Loris Baz Ducati GP15 1:40.862 2.227 0.064
23 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR      

 

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2017 Jerez MotoGP Test Times 1pm: Viñales Quickest In Early Times

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The riders made an early start to the test at Jerez, taking advantage of the cooler track temperatures at the start of the day. With a blisteringly hot day expected, the track is likely to get extremely slippery as the day progresses. Maverick Viñales is the fastest rider so far, getting down into the 1'38s early on, and over a second and a half quicker than the best lap of the race on Sunday. Marc Marquez is second, while Aleix Espargaro holds third spot on the Aprilia, and the last rider to lap in the 1'38s.

The main objective of today is to test Michelin's alternative front tire. That front tire is the same profile and construction the riders used at Valencia last year, but then rejected after winter testing at Sepang and Phillip Island. Each rider has four of the new spec tire, two medium fronts and two hard fronts. Michelin will evaluate rider feedback, and if there is a majority which favors switching, they will supply the new tire from Mugello onwards. However, if the riders can't make up their minds, then the tire will be tested again at the Barcelona post-race test.

Though the list of new parts is relatively limited for most of the factories, the Movistar Yamaha riders have a new frame to test, according to Italian website GPOne.com. Both Valentino Rossi and Maverick Viñales will have one frame each to test. 

Times at 1pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:38.635    
2 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:38.637 0.002 0.002
3 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.999 0.364 0.362
4 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:39.018 0.383 0.019
5 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP17 1:39.030 0.395 0.012
6 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP17 1:39.124 0.489 0.094
7 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:39.319 0.684 0.195
8 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:39.528 0.893 0.209
9 43 Jack Miller Honda RC213V 1:39.548 0.913 0.020
10 53 Tito Rabat Honda RC213V 1:39.576 0.941 0.028
11 45 Scott Redding Ducati GP16 1:39.721 1.086 0.145
12 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.774 1.139 0.053
13 94 Jonas Folger Yamaha M1 1:39.797 1.162 0.023
14 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP17 1:39.879 1.244 0.082
15 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:39.959 1.324 0.080
16 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:40.111 1.476 0.152
17 8 Hector Barbera Ducati GP16 1:40.122 1.487 0.011
18 36 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:40.382 1.747 0.260
19 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:40.463 1.828 0.081
20 22 Sam Lowes Aprilia RS-GP 1:40.784 2.149 0.321
21 12 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:40.798 2.163 0.014
22 76 Loris Baz Ducati GP15 1:40.862 2.227 0.064
23 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR      

 

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2017 Jerez MotoGP Race Result: 3000 Races And A Veteran Victor

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Two brand new winners in the first two races of the day - it was always going to be tricky for MotoGP to beat those headlines. That didn’t stop them from putting on a show for the world championship’s 3000th grand prix, a historic statistic that will have Dani Pedrosa’s name forever mentioned with it. The Honda veteran dominated the race like he dominated practice and continued the recent trend of the poleman taking the win in Jerez.

He was chased at a safe distance by his teammate, Marc Marquez, the world champion making it a Honda one-two. Jorge Lorenzo came good on the promise he showed in practice to grab third place and gain his first podium with Ducati in his fourth race for the Italian team. 

The factory Honda duo had the perfect start, keeping the qualifying order, with Pedrosa on top and Marquez cautious on the harder tyre behind him. Marquez kept a one and a half seconds gap until the final third of the race, when his teammate’s medium rear tyre started to fade slightly, the gap breaking the one second barrier every now and then. The younger Spaniard couldn’t bring it any lower, Pedrosa continuing to set a steady pace at the front.

Johann Zarco and Valentino Rossi picked it up where they left it in Austin, a few strong moves exchanged on the first lap, before the Tech 3 man was having a go at Maverick Viñales, Cal Crutchlow and Andrea Iannone all within a lap. The Frenchman had even higher aspirations and challenged Marquez soon after - a dream too many, Zarco holding second place only for a few moments.

Behind them, Crutchlow crashed out of fourth position on the fifth lap, the place going to Lorenzo, who after a brilliant first few laps got stuck a second behind the podium spots and a second ahead of Rossi. With both him and Zarco going one softer on tyres than Marquez ahead, the two started losing ground on the leaders and fought off third position between themselves. Lorenzo solved that in his favour midway through the race, finishing eight seconds behind Marquez and two seconds in hand on Zarco.

Behind the podium battle, Rossi found himself in a group with Viñales and Dovizioso, the trio already nine seconds behind Pedrosa and four behind Lorenzo halfway through the race. The hot conditions proved challenging for the factory Yamahas, Viñales ending up fighting Dovizioso for fifth place and Rossi battling Petrucci for seventh.

Dovizioso won that first battle, relegating Viñales to sixth place, while Rossi started dropping back drastically in the final laps, the championship leader overtaken not only by Petrucci but also by Jonas Folger and Aleix Espargaro.

Despite finishing tenth, Rossi only just keeps the title lead by two points in front of his teammate, Marquez another two points behind, with Pedrosa catching up to trail Rossi by ten points. Game on.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 26 Dani PEDROSA Honda 45'26.827
2 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda +6.136
3 99 Jorge LORENZO Ducati +14.767
4 5 Johann ZARCO Yamaha +17.601
5 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati +22.913
6 25 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha +24.556
7 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati +24.959
8 94 Jonas FOLGER Yamaha +27.721
9 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia +31.233
10 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha +38.682
11 45 Scott REDDING Ducati +40.979
12 8 Hector BARBERA Ducati +43.199
13 76 Loris BAZ Ducati +43.211
14 38 Bradley SMITH KTM +47.964
15 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati +51.279
16 22 Sam LOWES Aprilia +1'08.885
17 12 Takuya TSUDA Suzuki +1'27.450
    Not Classified    
  29 Andrea IANNONE Suzuki 18 Laps
  53 Tito RABAT Honda 18 Laps
  35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 22 Laps
  43 Jack MILLER Honda 22 Laps
  19 Alvaro BAUTISTA Ducati 22 Laps
  44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM 22 Laps

 

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2017 Jerez Moto2 Race Result: Fast And Steady Wins The Race

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Twenty-six degrees and quite a Moto3 race to live up to was the challenge awaiting the intermediate class and, while eventful in various ways, the proceedings did not live up fully to the billing. However, for Alex Marquez they did, the former Moto3 champion taking his long-awaited first win in Moto2, the eighth different winner in the past eight races at the circuit.

A welcome but unlikely second was Pecco Bagnaia, the rookie stepping onto the podium in only his fourth race in the class through a combination of speed and luck, followed by a slow-starting but fast later on Miguel Oliveira.

For the first half of the race, it looked like a more familiar story. Franco Morbidelli appeared to steal the lead into turn one after a decent start for both EG 0,0 Marc VDS teammates but Marquez made it right back and already started to build a bit of a gap, four tenths by the end of the first lap. The two were the only ones to post times into the 1:42s from the very start, stretching a gap of over three seconds after a handful of laps.

Morbidelli first hit the front with eighteen laps to go after Marquez went wide in turn five and gifted his teammate quite a precious present. The gift wasn’t to be enjoyed for long as the championship leader crashed only two laps later in tricky turn nine. The Spaniard already had over four seconds in hand over Bagnaia, keeping it steady as the podium battle heated up behind him.

Bagnaia and Mattia Pasini enjoyed a great first few laps to go past Dominique Aegerter and Oliveira, who appeared to struggle on a full tank. The veteran Italian hunted down his rookie compatriot to challenge him for second place midway through the race, adding a sweet save to his crash-filled portfolio. The scare calmed him down but brought Oliveira back into podium contention, the Portuguese rider making his way past Pasini quite aggressively with five laps to go.

Luca Marini climbed into a deserved fifth, ahead of Marcel Schrotter and front-row-starter Aegerter. Tom Luthi had a cautious start, not really gaining much on track throughout the race either, besides benefiting from crashes in front of him to lift himself into eighth position.

With Morbidelli crashing out and Nakagami wiped out by Corsi earlier in the race, Luthi came out good in the title chase, now eleven points down on the Marc VDS Italian. Oliveira keeps third but gets as close as five points to Luthi, with Marquez climbing into fourth spot following his win.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex 43'24.350
2 42 Francesco BAGNAIA Kalex +3.442
3 44 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM +4.958
4 54 Mattia PASINI Kalex +6.824
5 10 Luca MARINI Kalex +6.917
6 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Suter +9.561
7 77 Dominique AEGERTER Suter +10.266
8 12 Thomas LUTHI Kalex +11.594
9 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ Kalex +19.212
10 49 Axel PONS Kalex +19.293
11 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex +19.672
12 9 Jorge NAVARRO Kalex +24.487
13 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN Kalex +25.522
14 88 Ricard CARDUS KTM +26.049
15 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex +26.089
16 40 Fabio QUARTARARO Kalex +29.877
17 57 Edgar PONS Kalex +33.799
18 32 Isaac VIÑALES Kalex +35.196
19 19 Xavier SIMEON Kalex +40.950
20 2 Jesko RAFFIN Kalex +43.165
21 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Kalex +43.282
22 87 Remy GARDNER Tech 3 +47.675
23 47 Axel BASSANI Speed Up +48.478
24 22 Federico FULIGNI Suter +1'11.416
25 62 Stefano MANZI Kalex +1'15.738
26 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex 1 Lap
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  11 Sandro CORTESE Suter 9 Laps
  97 Xavi VIERGE Tech 3 9 Laps
  89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex 12 Laps
  27 Iker LECUONA Kalex 14 Laps
  21 Franco MORBIDELLI Kalex 17 Laps
  24 Simone CORSI Speed Up 23 Laps

 

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4
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2017 Jerez Moto3 Race Result: It Always Comes Down To Turn 13

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A beautiful Sunday morning previewed the habitual Moto 3 chaos that was about to unfold. Some unusual names mixed it up with the regulars to put on an incredible opening act in Jerez. While poleman Jorge Martin didn’t feature in the race as much as expected, Aron Canet avenged his COTA misfortunes by taking a stunning first ever win into the infamous turn thirteen, with a great move on Romano Fenati and championship leader Joan Mir.

Martin had a good start but it was Fenati who came through to take the lead of the race by the end of the first lap. However, as aggressive as we all know him to be, it wasn’t the Italian who earned the bravery award this Sunday, Darryn Binder and Marcos Ramirez putting large smiles on the faces of the Platinum Bay Real Estate team members. The duo got the party started when the two of them showed up to dispute the top three with Fenati, eventually taking charge at the front.

Mir, Canet and Fabio Di Giannantonio kept close behind while rubbing fairings, with Bulega and Martin dropping towards the back of the lead pack and no longer featuring heavily in the proceedings.

With sixteen laps to go, the Platinum Bay teammates were enjoying a lot of airtime, with Ramirez and Binder exchanging top position. The race went all WWE in the following laps, the lead KTMs not shying away from some extreme moves, although Fenati is hardly one to avoid some rough and tumble. Unfortunately and perhaps predictably, with thirteen laps to go, Binder crashed out after being overtaken for second position by the Italian.

In the final ten laps, the lead pack comprised ten riders but despite the still sizeable group, the main actors were Ramirez, Fenati, Canet and Mir, the rest not really allowed into the top four for too long. After letting Ramirez and Canet play around at the front for a few laps, Fenati came back with three laps to go, taking the lead once again and bringing Mir with him. Mir slipstreamed his way to the top but the Italian appeared to keep it together until Canet came through on both of them in the final turn of the race.

Despite leading much of the race, Ramirez was bumped off the podium, while Di Giannantonio and Andrea Migno ended up a rather anonymous fifth and sixth. Bulega, Bastianini, Martin and Guevara played catch-up all race and completed the top ten.

The major absentee in this story is John McPhee, who had a massive recovery job to pull off from twenty-sixth on the grid. He got as high as thirteenth with twenty laps to go and with almost two seconds to recover on the lead group. It already looked like mission impossible when the Scotsman crashed in turn one with nine laps to go, a costly result for his championship aspirations.

That leaves Joan Mir at the top of the standings, Fenati climbing into second and nine points down on the Spaniard. Martin and McPhee both lose a spot to place third and fourth, the British Talent Team rider now 25 points behind Mir.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 44 Aron CANET Honda 41'25.706
2 5 Romano FENATI Honda +0.031
3 36 Joan MIR Honda +0.155
4 42 Marcos RAMIREZ KTM +0.358
5 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Honda +0.946
6 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM +1.162
7 8 Nicolo BULEGA KTM +1.417
8 33 Enea BASTIANINI Honda +1.456
9 88 Jorge MARTIN Honda +1.961
10 58 Juanfran GUEVARA KTM +2.000
11 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER KTM +7.431
12 95 Jules DANILO Honda +9.958
13 19 Gabriel RODRIGO KTM +10.028
14 75 Albert ARENAS Mahindra +10.665
15 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda +14.062
16 11 Livio LOI Honda +20.451
17 27 Kaito TOBA Honda +20.699
18 84 Jakub KORNFEIL Peugeot +20.836
19 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Mahindra +21.624
20 40 Darryn BINDER KTM +34.081
21 41 Nakarin ATIRATPHUVAPAT Honda +37.754
22 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI KTM +37.799
23 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda +37.915
24 6 Maria HERRERA KTM +38.014
25 31 Raul FERNANDEZ Mahindra +57.408
26 4 Patrik PULKKINEN Peugeot +57.494
27 96 Manuel PAGLIANI Mahindra +1'00.920
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  17 John MCPHEE Honda 9 Laps
  12 Marco BEZZECCHI Mahindra 10 Laps
  7 Adam NORRODIN Honda 11 Laps
  24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda 20 Laps
  63 Vicente PEREZ KTM 22 Laps

 

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2017 Jerez MotoGP Warm Up Result: Viñales and Lorenzo On Identical Times

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 25 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 1'39.433    
2 99 Jorge LORENZO Ducati 1'39.433    
3 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 1'39.573 0.140 0.140
4 43 Jack MILLER Honda 1'39.581 0.148 0.008
5 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 1'39.733 0.300 0.152
6 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA Ducati 1'39.741 0.308 0.008
7 26 Dani PEDROSA Honda 1'39.837 0.404 0.096
8 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 1'39.852 0.419 0.015
9 45 Scott REDDING Ducati 1'39.867 0.434 0.015
10 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 1'39.935 0.502 0.068
11 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 1'40.118 0.685 0.183
12 94 Jonas FOLGER Yamaha 1'40.179 0.746 0.061
13 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati 1'40.207 0.774 0.028
14 53 Tito RABAT Honda 1'40.209 0.776 0.002
15 29 Andrea IANNONE Suzuki 1'40.257 0.824 0.048
16 5 Johann ZARCO Yamaha 1'40.283 0.850 0.026
17 38 Bradley SMITH KTM 1'40.335 0.902 0.052
18 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati 1'40.414 0.981 0.079
19 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM 1'40.541 1.108 0.127
20 76 Loris BAZ Ducati 1'40.872 1.439 0.331
21 8 Hector BARBERA Ducati 1'40.985 1.552 0.113
22 22 Sam LOWES Aprilia 1'41.054 1.621 0.069
23 12 Takuya TSUDA Suzuki 1'42.009 2.576 0.955
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2017 Jerez Moto2 Warm Up Result: Morbidelli Gets One Back

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Kalex 1'42.527    
2 44 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 1'42.602 0.075 0.075
3 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Kalex 1'42.846 0.319 0.244
4 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex 1'42.976 0.449 0.130
5 24 Simone CORSI Speed Up 1'43.014 0.487 0.038
6 54 Mattia PASINI Kalex 1'43.038 0.511 0.024
7 77 Dominique AEGERTER Suter 1'43.171 0.644 0.133
8 12 Thomas LUTHI Kalex 1'43.203 0.676 0.032
9 49 Axel PONS Kalex 1'43.248 0.721 0.045
10 42 Francesco BAGNAIA Kalex 1'43.293 0.766 0.045
11 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 1'43.307 0.780 0.014
12 19 Xavier SIMEON Kalex 1'43.397 0.870 0.090
13 10 Luca MARINI Kalex 1'43.482 0.955 0.085
14 9 Jorge NAVARRO Kalex 1'43.507 0.980 0.025
15 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Suter 1'43.516 0.989 0.009
16 11 Sandro CORTESE Suter 1'43.538 1.011 0.022
17 97 Xavi VIERGE Tech 3 1'43.564 1.037 0.026
18 57 Edgar PONS Kalex 1'43.671 1.144 0.107
19 40 Fabio QUARTARARO Kalex 1'43.674 1.147 0.003
20 88 Ricard CARDUS KTM 1'43.736 1.209 0.062
21 2 Jesko RAFFIN Kalex 1'43.869 1.342 0.133
22 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN Kalex 1'43.889 1.362 0.020
23 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex 1'44.199 1.672 0.310
24 32 Isaac VIÑALES Kalex 1'44.231 1.704 0.032
25 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex 1'44.266 1.739 0.035
26 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ Kalex 1'44.273 1.746 0.007
27 27 Iker LECUONA Kalex 1'44.495 1.968 0.222
28 87 Remy GARDNER Tech 3 1'44.516 1.989 0.021
29 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex 1'44.526 1.999 0.010
30 62 Stefano MANZI Kalex 1'44.812 2.285 0.286
31 47 Axel BASSANI Speed Up 1'44.816 2.289 0.004
32 22 Federico FULIGNI Suter 1'45.850 3.323 1.034
Round Number: 
4
2017
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Total votes: 7

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