MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2019 Imola World Superbike FP1 Results: Rea Heads Davies And Bautista

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Jonathan Rea opened the weekend on top, ahead of the Ducatis of Chaz Davies and Alvaro Bautista. Unfortunately, at the scene of his great comeback from injury in 2018, Eugene Laverty ended his weekend with red flags and an ambulance trip, breaking both his wrists in a crash he luckily walked away from.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Gap Speed
1 1 J. REA Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'46.636   282,2
2 7 C. DAVIES Ducati Panigale V4 R 1'46.924 0.288 285,9
3 19 A. BAUTISTA Ducati Panigale V4 R 1'47.270 0.634 280,7
4 91 L. HASLAM Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'47.434 0.798 276,4
5 66 T. SYKES BMW S1000 RR 1'47.552 0.916 277,1
6 60 M. VAN DER MARK Yamaha YZF R1 1'47.559 0.923 278,5
7 21 M. RINALDI Ducati Panigale V4 R 1'47.828 1.192 283,7
8 33 M. MELANDRI Yamaha YZF R1 1'47.973 1.337 275,0
9 22 A. LOWES Yamaha YZF R1 1'48.011 1.375 274,3
10 54 T. RAZGATLIOGLU Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'48.319 1.683 278,5
11 28 M. REITERBERGER BMW S1000 RR 1'48.430 1.794 278,5
12 11 S. CORTESE Yamaha YZF R1 1'48.457 1.821 270,9
13 81 J. TORRES Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'48.808 2.172 277,1
14 87 L. ZANETTI Ducati Panigale V4 R 1'48.908 2.272 280,0
15 2 L. CAMIER Honda CBR1000RR 1'49.302 2.666 270,9
16 80 H. BARBERA Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'49.739 3.103 274,3
17 23 R. KIYONARI Honda CBR1000RR 1'50.024 3.388 274,3
18 52 A. DELBIANCO Honda CBR1000RR 1'50.750 4.114 266,8
19 50 E. LAVERTY Ducati Panigale V4 R 1'51.747 5.111 267,5
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5
2019
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Jerez MotoGP Test Times Final: Quartararo Smashes Lap Record

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Fabio Quartararo leaves the Jerez Monday test as fastest, having shattered his own pole record set on Saturday by half a second. Cal Crutchlow took second spot, four tenths behind the Petronas Yamaha rider, and three tenths ahead of Quartararo's teammate Franco Morbidelli.

There were a spate of crashes at the end of the day. Jorge Lorenzo crashed at Turn 6, then again at Turn 9, while Taka Nakagami crashed in Turn 3. Joan Mir also took a tumble at Turn 9. No serious injuries were reported.

Times:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha M1 1:36.379    
2 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:36.797 0.418 0.418
3 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha M1 1:37.093 0.714 0.296
4 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:37.114 0.735 0.021
5 12 Maverick Vinales Yamaha M1 1:37.226 0.847 0.112
6 36 Joan Mir Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.233 0.854 0.007
7 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:37.260 0.881 0.027
8 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.275 0.896 0.015
9 99 Jorge Lorenzo Honda RC213V 1:37.466 1.087 0.191
10 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:37.468 1.089 0.002
11 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP19 1:37.601 1.222 0.133
12 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati GP18 1:37.698 1.319 0.097
13 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP19 1:37.701 1.322 0.003
14 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP19 1:37.720 1.341 0.019
15 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:37.758 1.379 0.038
16 5 Johann Zarco KTM RC16 1:37.895 1.516 0.137
17 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:38.056 1.677 0.161
18 53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP18 1:38.061 1.682 0.005
19 17 Karel Abraham Ducati GP18 1:38.075 1.696 0.014
20 38 Bradley Smith Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.077 1.698 0.002
21 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM RC16 1:38.649 2.270 0.572
22 55 Hafizh Syahrin KTM RC16 1:39.053 2.674 0.404
23 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.637 3.258 0.584
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2019
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Jerez MotoGP Test Times, 4pm: Qartararo Leads, Rins Moves Up To Third

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Times at 4pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha M1 1:37.101    
2 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:37.260 0.159 0.159
3 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.275 0.174 0.015
4 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha M1 1:37.293 0.192 0.018
5 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:37.327 0.226 0.034
6 99 Jorge Lorenzo Honda RC213V 1:37.466 0.365 0.139
7 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:37.468 0.367 0.002
8 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP19 1:37.601 0.500 0.133
9 12 Maverick Vinales Yamaha M1 1:37.680 0.579 0.079
10 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati GP18 1:37.698 0.597 0.018
11 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:37.758 0.657 0.060
12 36 Joan Mir Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.760 0.659 0.002
13 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP19 1:37.773 0.672 0.013
14 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:37.849 0.748 0.076
15 17 Karel Abraham Ducati GP18 1:38.075 0.974 0.226
16 38 Bradley Smith Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.077 0.976 0.002
17 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP19 1:38.146 1.045 0.069
18 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:38.261 1.160 0.115
19 5 Johann Zarco KTM RC16 1:38.481 1.380 0.220
20 53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP18 1:38.526 1.425 0.045
21 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM RC16 1:38.759 1.658 0.233
22 55 Hafizh Syahrin KTM RC16 1:39.202 2.101 0.443
23 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.637 2.536 0.435
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0
2019
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Jerez MotoGP Test Times, 2pm: Quartararo Leads Marquez

Testing continues at Jerez, with the riders putting in a lot of laps before lunch. Fabio Quartararo is still currently fastest, though Marc Marquez has closed the gap a little to take second. Franco Morbidelli is third, just ahead of Cal Crutchlow, Jorge Lorenzo, and Takaaki Nakagami.

Suzuki have debuted their rear swingarm spoiler, a large item shown below. They were the last of the factories to try one out, after KTM tested one at Austin.

Times at 2pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha M1 1:37.101    
2 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:37.260 0.159 0.159
3 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha M1 1:37.293 0.192 0.033
4 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:37.327 0.226 0.034
5 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:37.468 0.367 0.141
6 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.650 0.549 0.182
7 99 Jorge Lorenzo Honda RC213V 1:37.672 0.571 0.022
8 12 Maverick Vinales Yamaha M1 1:37.680 0.579 0.008
9 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati GP18 1:37.698 0.597 0.018
10 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:37.758 0.657 0.060
11 36 Joan Mir Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.760 0.659 0.002
12 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:37.849 0.748 0.089
13 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP19 1:37.855 0.754 0.006
14 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP19 1:37.960 0.859 0.105
15 38 Bradley Smith Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.077 0.976 0.117
16 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP19 1:38.146 1.045 0.069
17 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:38.261 1.160 0.115
18 5 Johann Zarco KTM RC16 1:38.481 1.380 0.220
19 53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP18 1:38.526 1.425 0.045
20 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM RC16 1:38.759 1.658 0.233
21 17 Karel Abraham Ducati GP18 1:38.862 1.761 0.103
22 55 Hafizh Syahrin KTM RC16 1:39.213 2.112 0.351
23 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.651 2.550 0.438
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2019
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Jerez MotoGP Test Times, 12:30 - Quartararo Leads Morbidelli

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A day after the race at Jerez, the MotoGP riders are all back on track and testing. It's a busy day already with a lot of riders on track. Marc Marquez has already been out on the development bike Stefan Bradl has been using, with the carbon fiber covers on the frame. Andrea Iannone was declared fit, and tried to ride, but the pain in his ankle proved too much.

Fabio Quartararo was fastest at 12:30, two tenths ahead of his Petronas Yamaha teammate Franco Morbidelli, while Marc Marquez led a flotilla of Hondas, with Marquez third, Cal Crutchlow fourth, and Jorge Lorenzo fifth. Alex Rins was sixth quickest on the Suzuki.

Times are fast because the track is fantastic condition with lots of rubber being laid down, and warm and dry conditions.

Times at 12:30

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha M1 1:37.101    
2 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha M1 1:37.293 0.192 0.192
3 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:37.318 0.217 0.025
4 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:37.327 0.226 0.009
5 99 Jorge Lorenzo Honda RC213V 1:37.672 0.571 0.345
6 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.750 0.649 0.078
7 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:37.758 0.657 0.008
8 36 Joan Mir Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.760 0.659 0.002
9 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:37.849 0.748 0.089
10 12 Maverick Vinales Yamaha M1 1:37.849 0.748 0.000
11 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP19 1:37.960 0.859 0.111
12 38 Bradley Smith Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.077 0.976 0.117
13 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.112 1.011 0.035
14 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP19 1:38.273 1.172 0.161
15 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati GP19 1:38.475 1.374 0.202
16 5 Johann Zarco KTM RC16 1:38.481 1.380 0.006
17 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati GP18 1:38.529 1.428 0.048
18 53 Tito Rabat Ducati GP18 1:38.748 1.647 0.219
19 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:38.846 1.745 0.098
20 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM RC16 1:38.960 1.859 0.114
21 17 Karel Abraham Ducati GP18 1:39.089 1.988 0.129
22 55 Hafizh Syahrin KTM RC16 1:39.556 2.455 0.467
23 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.852 2.751 0.296
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2019
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2019 Jerez MotoGP Race Result: Like A Scalded Cat

Expectations were high for the 300th MotoGP race for the history books, particularly looking at the small gaps separating the top men throughout the weekend. However, after some early exchanges, Marc Marquez made an escape and saved his homeland’s day by winning the 400th grand prix held in Spain. Once the world champion performed his disappearing act, Alex Rins brought home another fantastic second place from ninth on the grid, with Maverick Viñales kicking Ducati off the podium by snatching third.

Holeshot device or not, Andrea Dovizioso got the best start off the line but got sent wide in turn one by a late braking Marquez, which allowed the Petronas boys to sneak back past the Ducati and regroup the front row lineup. With Marquez in the lead by the exit of turn one, Franco Morbidelli got past poleman and teammate Fabio Quartararo, while Viñales overtook Dovizioso for fourth, aided by an unusually excellent start.

By lap three, the lead trio escaped slightly, the Petronas boys having no trouble keeping up with the world champion and posting nearly identical times. Viñales was just a touch back, half a second behind and the same gap kept him ahead of Dovizioso and fast charging Rins – the three chasers the fastest men on track while attempting to merge with the leaders. By lap six, Viñales had just about joined the lead group but Rins had to contend with one second’s gap once he finally got past Dovizioso. Having started 13th, Valentino Rossi climbed to 10th position in the first few laps but progress got tougher once he encountered the Ducati rocketship of Jack Miller.

Marquez finally managed to shake off the satellite Yamahas on lap ten, when the gap went over the one second mark for the first time and in the blink of an eye it turned to two seconds. The Petronas boys avoided any shenanigans early on but once the ant got away, Quartararo profited from a mistake from Morbidelli and had a decent go at chasing Marquez. To make things even more difficult for the Italian, Rins and Viñales were on his tail straight away. Meanwhile, Dovizioso’s pace did not look as promising as 24 hours ago and he was almost stranded in sixth, with teammate Danilo Petrucci having his back.

Quartararo threw some red and orange sectors at it but the gap to Marquez was not really budging. However, the young Frenchman was gapping his teammate when disaster struck at the midpoint of the race as his Yamaha’s quickshifter decided to break. The poleman’s heart-breaking retirement left Rins with the task of reeling in the runaway Honda, although the gap was edging ever closer to four seconds. The Suzuki man gave it his best with a couple of fastest laps but it was no match for Marquez’s frightening consistency.

With ten laps left, Morbidelli conceded the final podium spot to Viñales and then almost immediately surrendered to the two Ducatis led by Dovizioso. Once the initial excitement wore off, Morbidelli faded even further to the bottom of the top ten. Rossi’s charge got kick-started once he finally disposed of a fading Miller and then quickly got the best of Morbidelli and Crutchlow to trail the Ducatis. The Italian was almost matching Marquez on pace in the final handful of laps but was betrayed once again by his qualifying position.

The final laps were a tamer affair, Marquez revelling in his 3.5 seconds gap with Rins in a relatively safe second position. On the final lap, all eyes were on the battle for the final podium spot, Dovizioso looking to attack Viñales but never getting a chance at a last corner lunge and settling for fourth.

Danilo Petrucci had an uneventful ride to fifth place, followed by Rossi and Morbidelli. The third best Honda was Takaaki Nakagami in ninth, with wildcard Stefan Bradl completing the top ten – a result Jorge Lorenzo would not have been thrilled with. The Spaniard never really got going and spent his afternoon fending off the KTM of Pol Espargaro for 12th place, also aided by a couple of crashes.

The victor took back the championship lead, although Marquez is just one point ahead of Rins heading into Le Mans. Two more points keep Dovizioso back in third, with Rossi still in contention in fourth.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 41'08.685
2 42 Alex RINS Suzuki +1.654
3 12 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha +2.443
4 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati +2.804
5 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati +4.748
6 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha +7.547
7 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Yamaha +8.228
8 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda +10.052
9 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda +10.274
10 6 Stefan BRADL Honda +13.402
11 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia +15.431
12 99 Jorge LORENZO Honda +18.473
13 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM +20.156
14 5 Johann ZARCO KTM +26.706
15 53 Tito RABAT Ducati +28.513
16 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati +36.858
17 38 Bradley SMITH Aprilia +41.390
18 88 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM +41.570
19 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN KTM +50.568
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  43 Jack MILLER Ducati 3 Laps
  36 Joan MIR Suzuki 5 Laps
  20 Fabio QUARTARARO Yamaha 12 Laps
  63 Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati 19 Laps
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4
2019
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2019 Jerez Moto2 Race Result: Teamwork Makes The Dream Work

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If it’s usually the lightweight class that gives you a heart attack from start to finish, this time Moto2 picked up the baton and got the shindig red flagged after just two turns. After a few riders slid out at turn one, an unlucky Remy Gardner fell from third position around turn two and the domino effect took out a couple of other riders, including a pretty hefty fall for Alex Marquez. All riders were lucky not to get hit by the oncoming convoy but Gardner missed the restart as he was taken to the medical centre, conscious but quite battered, while the damage to Marquez’s machine got repaired in record time to allow him a pitlane restart.

The original grid lined up for a shortened 15 lap race and Augusto Fernandez nailed the start for a second time, the Spaniard showing the way to teammate Lorenzo Baldassarri, the Flexbox duo taking off at the front. Tom Luthi was the lead pursuer ahead of an impressive Xavi Vierge who staretd in 12th and immediately climbed into fourth. Poleman Navarro was down to fifth after a pretty tame launch off the line, with teammate Di Giannantonio keeping him company.

By lap four, the top three men stretched one second’s advantage while the Flexbox boys were exchanging fastest laps on the timesheets. With Luthi still chasing them at a respectable distance, the second group down the road included Navarro, Vierge, Brad Binder, Di Giannantonio and Sam Lowes. That was soon reduced to just three as Di Giannantonio lost some ground and Lowes hit the ground by lap seven.

If Baldassarri was soon putting pressure on his teammate and taking the lead in the final turn, Luthi was going backwards and allowed Navarro to make a comeback and join the provisional podium with eight laps left. However, the 1.6s gap to the two leaders seemed like a long way to go even for the rapid poleman, while Luthi kept close but struggled to fight back.

Fernandez was a team player for the final five laps, not showing any intention of attacking his championship leading teammate but keeping glued to his tail. Meanwhile, Navarro was flying and digging into that gap, the Spaniard finally catching up with his compatriot on the penultimate lap. At the start of the final lap, Baldassarri had seven tenths of defend and he did a good job with about three of those so Navarro would have needed another couple of turns to get a shot at victory.

Baldassarri eventually denied a home victory to Navarro and got a sweet advantage in the championship order. However, Spain did get two riders on the podium as Fernandez celebrated a return from injury with a third place. Luthi faded toward the end of the race but played it safe and took home some good points in fourth. Binder eventually won his race-long battle with Vierge, while Tetsuta Nagashima overcame some early technical trouble to finish seventh. Luca Marini, Nicolo Bulega and Iker Lecuona had impressive performances to complete the top ten, despite little of that being on camera.

Another win for Baldassarri secures his championship lead ahead of Luthi by 17 points. A pretty anonymous Schrotter is now third, another tenth points back, followed by Navarro. Gardner is demoted to fifth while Marquez ran a solitary race outside the point and dropped to sixth in the standings.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 25'33.841
2 9 Jorge NAVARRO Speed Up +0.359
3 40 Augusto FERNANDEZ Kalex +1.091
4 12 Thomas LUTHI Kalex +2.428
5 41 Brad BINDER KTM +3.767
6 97 Xavi VIERGE Kalex +4.955
7 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex +7.842
8 10 Luca MARINI Kalex +8.026
9 11 Nicolo BULEGA Kalex +8.571
10 27 Iker LECUONA KTM +10.235
11 33 Enea BASTIANINI Kalex +10.445
12 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Speed Up +12.708
13 77 Dominique AEGERTER MV Agusta +14.179
14 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex +15.470
15 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Kalex +16.188
16 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER NTS +18.335
17 35 Somkiat CHANTRA Kalex +20.944
18 4 Steven ODENDAAL NTS +22.591
19 3 Lukas TULOVIC KTM +25.896
20 16 Joe ROBERTS KTM +27.150
21 62 Stefano MANZI MV Agusta +27.887
22 72 Marco BEZZECCHI KTM +28.312
23 65 Philipp OETTL KTM +29.063
24 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex +32.311
25 18 Xavi CARDELUS KTM +1'01.987
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  88 Jorge MARTIN KTM 8 Laps
  22 Sam LOWES Kalex 8 Laps
  54 Mattia PASINI KTM 10 Laps
  24 Simone CORSI Kalex 12 Laps
    Not Starting    
  87 Remy GARDNER Kalex 0 Lap
  20 Dimas EKKY PRATAMA Kalex 0 Lap
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4
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2019 Jerez Moto3 Race Result: Keep Calm And Wait For The Last Lap

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Race day in Jerez started with the lightweight class causing chaos under patchy cloud cover and glimpses of sun. The end result was a long awaited victory for Niccolo Antonelli, the Italian climbing on the top step of the podium for the first time since Qatar 2016 after a clever race where he avoided the drama and made a move when it mattered: on the final lap. It was an extra sweet day for the SIC58 team as teammate Tatsuki Suzuki turned a front row start into a second place. Celestino Vietti grabbed the final podium position after leading on several occasions throughout the race.

Suzuki had led the way after an excellent start from the front row of the grid and immediately showed good pace to put half a second into the sizeable pack led by teammate Antonelli. Poleman Lorenzo Dalla Porta had dropped to fifth at the start but he did not take long to regroup and challenge for leadership, the Italian lining it up into Pedrosa Corner to attack Suzuki by lap three. About a dozen positions behind, Jaume Masia lost any chance to keep his championship lead after going down at turn two while running outside the top 15. By lap five, the top 12 riders were starting to stretch a one second gap to the rest and the likes of Tony Arbolino, Andrea Migno and Albert Arenas seemed to have missed the boat on the podium battle but that was hardly the end of that story.

Back at the front, the front row starters were exchanging provisional podium positions with Aron Canet and Antonelli in hot pursuit. Jakub Kornfeil, Romano Fenati, Dennis Foggia, John McPhee, Marcos Ramirez, Raul Fernandez and Ayumu Sasaki completed the cast of the lead group. However, the chasers took advantage of the battles between the men ahead and were starting to reel them in.

For the next couple of laps, it was Dalla Porta and Suzuki who were most eager to show the way, while the lead beehive grew to 18 riders. That also meant that the usual Moto3 chaos multiplied and riders could lose a handful of places in the blink of an eye. With eight laps left, local favourite Ramirez made it a Leopard Racing one-two but the teammates were not giving each other an easy time at the front. Despite the still sizeable group, it was the same names attacking for the lead, the Leopards challenged by Canet, Antonelli, Suzuki and Vietti.

Drama properly started in the final four laps, when Ramirez had a scary crash out of turn 5 after contact with Antonelli. It was mostly luck that everyone avoided the stranded bike in the middle of the track but focus soon turned to Sergio Garcia and Fernandez at turn six, their unpleasant tumble ruining an excellent performance for the Estrella Galicia rookie who had made his way into the top ten after starting 23rd.

In the final couple of laps, the pack had whittled down to ten names and they all wanted a piece of the pie. The poleman was suddenly towards the end of the pack and Antonelli, having kept quiet for most of the race, picked up the lead and rode a perfect last lap to take his first victory in what feels like forever. Suzuki followed his teammate across the finish line to complete a memorable day for the SIC58 squad while Vietti completed the podium for SKY. Canet looked like he was just biding his time before a final attack – that never came, the Spaniard settling for best of the rest in fourth. Arenas, Kaito Toba and Kornfeil followed next, while Dalla Porta continued the pole jinx at Jerez. Ai Ogura and Andrea Migno completed the top ten with some fine performances having lingered towards the bottom of the top 20 early in the race. Meanwhile, Dennis Foggia was the sole victim of the long lap penalty, which dropped him out of podium contention in the final laps and into 16th place, to which he added yet another post race penalty for exceeding track limits.

Following Masia’s misfortune, Canet becomes sole championship leader but only one point ahead of winner Antonelli. Masia drops to third, 13 points down, followed by Toba, Dalla Porta and Vietti.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI Honda 39'30.327
2 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda +0.242
3 13 Celestino VIETTI KTM +0.305
4 44 Aron CANET KTM +0.472
5 75 Albert ARENAS KTM +0.563
6 27 Kaito TOBA Honda +1.133
7 84 Jakub KORNFEIL KTM +1.187
8 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Honda +1.291
9 79 Ai OGURA Honda +1.430
10 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM +1.441
11 40 Darryn BINDER KTM +6.836
12 17 John MCPHEE Honda +6.851
13 22 Kazuki MASAKI KTM +7.104
14 21 Alonso LOPEZ Honda +7.113
15 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda +7.119
16 7 Dennis FOGGIA KTM +8.968
17 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda +10.252
18 61 Can ONCU KTM +15.474
19 82 Stefano NEPA KTM +30.984
20 77 Vicente PEREZ KTM +31.035
21 54 Riccardo ROSSI Honda +38.862
22 83 Meikon KAWAKAMI KTM +47.894
23 42 Marcos RAMIREZ Honda +1'14.849
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  76 Makar YURCHENKO KTM 1 Lap
  11 Sergio GARCIA Honda 4 Laps
  25 Raul FERNANDEZ KTM 4 Laps
  55 Romano FENATI Honda 4 Laps
  69 Tom BOOTH-AMOS KTM 4 Laps
  19 Gabriel RODRIGO Honda 8 Laps
  12 Filip SALAC KTM 12 Laps
  5 Jaume MASIA KTM 20 Laps
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4
2019
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2019 Jerez MotoGP Warm Up Result: Fast Marquez, Moody Honda

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Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 1'37.595    
2 12 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 1'37.936 0.341 0.341
3 36 Joan MIR Suzuki 1'38.056 0.461 0.120
4 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Yamaha 1'38.065 0.470 0.009
5 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda 1'38.119 0.524 0.054
6 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 1'38.127 0.532 0.008
7 20 Fabio QUARTARARO Yamaha 1'38.148 0.553 0.021
8 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati 1'38.172 0.577 0.024
9 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 1'38.232 0.637 0.060
10 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 1'38.260 0.665 0.028
11 99 Jorge LORENZO Honda 1'38.262 0.667 0.002
12 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM 1'38.336 0.741 0.074
13 6 Stefan BRADL Honda 1'38.484 0.889 0.148
14 53 Tito RABAT Ducati 1'38.561 0.966 0.077
15 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 1'38.565 0.970 0.004
16 42 Alex RINS Suzuki 1'38.630 1.035 0.065
17 38 Bradley SMITH Aprilia 1'38.840 1.245 0.210
18 43 Jack MILLER Ducati 1'38.842 1.247 0.002
19 5 Johann ZARCO KTM 1'39.134 1.539 0.292
20 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati 1'39.480 1.885 0.346
21 88 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 1'39.488 1.893 0.008
22 63 Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati 1'39.665 2.070 0.177
23 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN KTM 1'41.092 3.497 1.427
Round Number: 
4
2019
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Total votes: 12

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2019 Jerez Moto2 Warm Up Result: Marquez Edges Luthi

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Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 73 Alex Marquez Kalex 1'41.582    
2 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex 1'41.596 0.014 0.014
3 87 Remy Gardner Kalex 1'41.800 0.218 0.204
4 41 Brad Binder KTM 1'41.859 0.277 0.059
5 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Speed Up 1'41.889 0.307 0.030
6 9 Jorge Navarro Speed Up 1'41.891 0.309 0.002
7 10 Luca Marini Kalex 1'41.972 0.390 0.081
8 27 Iker Lecuona KTM 1'42.044 0.462 0.072
9 33 Enea Bastianini Kalex 1'42.095 0.513 0.051
10 23 Marcel Schrotter Kalex 1'42.103 0.521 0.008
11 40 Augusto Fernandez Kalex 1'42.127 0.545 0.024
12 77 Dominique Aegerter MV Agusta 1'42.159 0.577 0.032
13 97 Xavi Vierge Kalex 1'42.187 0.605 0.028
14 11 Nicolo Bulega Kalex 1'42.187 0.605  
15 62 Stefano Manzi MV Agusta 1'42.373 0.791 0.186
16 88 Jorge Martin KTM 1'42.374 0.792 0.001
17 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex 1'42.392 0.810 0.018
18 64 Bo Bendsneyder NTS 1'42.407 0.825 0.015
19 35 Somkiat Chantra Kalex 1'42.436 0.854 0.029
20 22 Sam Lowes Kalex 1'42.458 0.876 0.022
21 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 1'42.477 0.895 0.019
22 24 Simone Corsi Kalex 1'42.567 0.985 0.090
23 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 1'42.658 1.076 0.091
24 72 Marco Bezzecchi KTM 1'42.817 1.235 0.159
25 54 Mattia Pasini KTM 1'42.843 1.261 0.026
26 4 Steven Odendaal NTS 1'42.870 1.288 0.027
27 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 1'42.922 1.340 0.052
28 16 Joe Roberts KTM 1'43.230 1.648 0.308
29 20 Dimas Ekky Pratama Kalex 1'43.457 1.875 0.227
30 3 Lukas Tulovic KTM 1'43.504 1.922 0.047
31 18 Xavi Cardelus KTM 1'45.792 4.210 2.288
Round Number: 
4
2019
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Total votes: 7

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