MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2017 Brno MotoGP Test Times Final: Rossi Fastest In Post-Race Test

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Final test times at the end of the post-race test in Brno:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:55.162    
2 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:55.180 0.018 0.018
3 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:55.335 0.173 0.155
4 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP17 1:55.542 0.380 0.207
5 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:55.691 0.529 0.149
6 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:55.768 0.606 0.077
7 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:55.795 0.633 0.027
8 94 Jonas Folger Yamaha M1 1:55.830 0.668 0.035
9 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:56.123 0.961 0.293
10 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:56.263 1.101 0.140
11 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP17 1:56.403 1.241 0.140
12 53 Tito Rabat Honda RC213V 1:56.535 1.373 0.132
13 43 Jack Miller Honda RC213V 1:56.634 1.472 0.099
14 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:56.637 1.475 0.003
15 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:56.668 1.506 0.031
16 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:56.976 1.814 0.308
17 22 Sam Lowes Aprilia RS-GP 1:57.851 2.689 0.875
18 12 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.749 4.587 1.898
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2017 Brno MotoGP 5pm Test Times: Marquez Takes Over At The Top

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Times at 5pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:55.180    
2 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:55.335 0.155 0.155
3 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP17 1:55.542 0.362 0.207
4 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:55.691 0.511 0.149
5 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:55.768 0.588 0.077
6 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:55.795 0.615 0.027
7 94 Jonas Folger Yamaha M1 1:55.830 0.650 0.035
8 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:56.257 1.077 0.427
9 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:56.263 1.083 0.006
10 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP17 1:56.403 1.223 0.140
11 53 Tito Rabat Honda RC213V 1:56.535 1.355 0.132
12 43 Jack Miller Honda RC213V 1:56.634 1.454 0.099
13 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:56.637 1.457 0.003
14 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:56.668 1.488 0.031
15 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:56.714 1.534 0.046
16 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:57.073 1.893 0.359
17 22 Sam Lowes Aprilia RS-GP 1:57.851 2.671 0.778
18 12 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.749 4.569 1.898

 

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2017 Brno MotoGP 2:30pm Test Times: Viñales Leads Crutchlow And Folger

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Shortly after the lunch break at Brno, Maverick Viñales leads the test, still just a fraction ahead of Cal Crutchlow. Viñales has tested Yamaha's new aerodynamic package, featuring a nose scoop which resembles that used by the KTM. Sam Lowes has packed up for the day, to allow an infected wound in his foot to be dressed by the Clinica Mobile, and Cal Crutchlow has just about finished his testing program for Monday.

Times at 2:30pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:55.679    
2 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:55.768 0.089 0.089
3 94 Jonas Folger Yamaha M1 1:55.845 0.166 0.077
4 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:55.928 0.249 0.083
5 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:56.117 0.438 0.189
6 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:56.169 0.490 0.052
7 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:56.263 0.584 0.094
8 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP17 1:56.403 0.724 0.140
9 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP17 1:56.458 0.779 0.055
10 43 Jack Miller Honda RC213V 1:56.634 0.955 0.176
11 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:56.712 1.033 0.078
12 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:56.714 1.035 0.002
13 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:56.775 1.096 0.061
14 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:56.977 1.298 0.202
15 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:57.073 1.394 0.096
16 53 Tito Rabat Honda RC213V 1:57.512 1.833 0.439
17 22 Sam Lowes Aprilia RS-GP 1:57.851 2.172 0.339
18 12 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.749 4.070 1.898

 

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2017 Brno MotoGP 12pm Test Times: Viñales Fastest At Lunchtime

The majority of the MotoGP paddock is back in action on Monday morning, with all of the teams bar the satellite Ducatis (Pramac, Avintia, Aspar) taking to the track for the post-race test. They have a lot of things to be testing: Yamaha have a new aerodynamic package, Maverick Viñales has a frame to test, Andrea Dovizioso is trialling the aerodynamic package raced by Jorge Lorenzo, Sam Lowes has a new fairing on the Aprilia, and Michelin has a two front tire constructions and a rear tire they want the riders to test.

Shortly after lunchtime, Maverick Viñales was fastest, a fraction quicker than Cal Crutchlow, and nearly half a second faster than yesterday's race winner, Marc Marquez. With blue skies overhead and good conditions expected, testing is likely to last all day.

Times shortly after 12pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 1:55.679    
2 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda RC213V 1:55.768 0.089 0.089
3 93 Marc Marquez Honda RC213V 1:56.169 0.490 0.401
4 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati GP17 1:56.458 0.779 0.289
5 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda RC213V 1:56.546 0.867 0.088
6 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki GSX-RR 1:56.714 1.035 0.168
7 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:56.921 1.242 0.207
8 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati GP17 1:56.925 1.246 0.004
9 43 Jack Miller Honda RC213V 1:56.968 1.289 0.043
10 94 Jonas Folger Yamaha M1 1:57.031 1.352 0.063
11 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha M1 1:57.095 1.416 0.064
12 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:57.216 1.537 0.121
13 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 1:57.453 1.774 0.237
14 44 Pol Espargaro KTM RC16 1:57.496 1.817 0.043
15 53 Tito Rabat Honda RC213V 1:57.655 1.976 0.159
16 38 Bradley Smith KTM RC16 1:58.013 2.334 0.358
17 22 Sam Lowes Aprilia RS-GP 1:58.627 2.948 0.614
18 12 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:59.749 4.070 1.122

 

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2017 Brno MotoGP Race Result: Fun With Flags

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The sporadic rain that threw chaos into the intermediate class race left the MotoGP boys with plenty of furrowed brows. To add to the confusion, some sunshine seemed to break through before the start with the forecast claiming more rain was on the way.

The bravest soul of the grid was Marc Marquez, the world championship leader gambling on more rain popping down to justify his choice of the frail soft wet rear tyre while everyone else went for the medium. The opposite happened in reality, with more sunshine rapidly drying the track, but the result was the same, the world champion taking yet another stunning flag-to-flag victory.

Teammate Dani Pedrosa joined him on the podium, twelve seconds later and celebrating his 150th Grand Prix podium, with Maverick Viñales saving what looked like an unlikely third place at one point.

Starting from pole, Marquez kept the lead at the start, chaos unfolding behind him as front-row starters Pedrosa and Valentino Rossi were dropping back after the factory Ducatis blasted past. Jorge Lorenzo went all out with a move for the lead on the very first lap, messing up Marquez’s plan of getting away on the softer option and putting almost a second into the reigning world champion.

Rossi was the next to take on the Honda, who appeared to already struggle, soon dropping as low as tenth by lap two. At the rate he was losing places, the only option for Marquez was to pit for slick tyres in the rapidly improving conditions, the Spaniard rejoining twentieth. Jonas Folger, Jack Miller, Pol Espargaro and Bradley Smith also followed him in. What seemed like a tyre choice mistake quickly turned into a stroke of brilliance as the rain kept away and the track was getting drier.

The leaders on medium wets took their time making the switch, Lorenzo leading Rossi, Johann Zarco, Andrea Dovizioso and Viñales. The Ducatis were restricted by their second bikes being on a wet setup but everyone else was playing chicken.

At the end of lap four, the pitlane was once again flooded, only Rossi, Zarco and Dovizioso staying out, with Marquez already seven seconds behind them and lapping ten seconds quicker than the trio.

Rossi and Dovizioso pitted at the end of lap five, arguably a few laps too late, leaving Zarco to be picked up by Marquez soon after, the Frenchman also going through the pits the following lap. After the pit stop shuffle, Pedrosa was fifth, Viñales tenth, Rossi and Dovizioso thirteenth and fourteenth.

Marquez’s lead was up to twenty seconds by lap eight and still setting red sectors, with Aleix Espargaro in pursuit, only half a second ahead of Scott Redding – who started the race last – and Karel Abraham another tenth behind.

Pedrosa had a two-second gap to make up if he wanted to join the podium fight and the Honda rider only needed three laps to catch up with Abraham and get past him. Another sector or so and Pedrosa was past Redding and Espargaro to trail his teammate by twenty-two seconds.

That left Espargaro to fend off Redding and Abraham for the final podium position, with Petrucci and Crutchlow catching up fast. Behind them, Viñales was the final rider to tag onto the peloton chasing the Repsol riders.

Meanwhile, Rossi and Dovizioso were setting fast laps but struggled to break into the top ten. The Yamaha man finally achieved it halfway through the race, the two Italians overtaking almost in tandem.

By lap eleven, Petrucci and Espargaro ended up enlivening the proceedings in a battle for third, Crutchlow in tow, waiting to pick up the pieces. The first Yamaha on the road was Viñales in sixth, the Spaniard steadily catching up on the podium battle. With his teammate less than two seconds behind, it looked like the fight was about to turn even hotter.

With seven laps to go, it was clear that the Yamaha was relishing the conditions, Viñales getting the best of Petrucci to steal third place. Crutchlow moved into fourth soon after, relegating the Italian to fifth and into the clutches of Rossi, who was almost a second faster than his compatriot. Despite the speed differential, the Yamaha rider needed a couple of laps to make it past the stubborn Ducati, generously endowed with straight line speed.

Rossi was up into fifth with four laps to go and setting off with Crutchlow in his sights. Tried as he did, with a personal best in the final two laps and some mistakes from the British rider, the Yamaha veteran had to wait until the very last lap to get past the LCR Honda. Rossi finished fourth, two seconds behind the podium, with Crutchlow fifth, half a second back.

Dovizioso also picked up Petrucci on the penultimate lap to place sixth and keep in touch with his title rivals. Aleix Espargaro’s podium challenge was faltering with eight laps remaining, the Spaniard down to seventh when he was notified of having to drop three places for an unsafe release in pitlane, which caused a collision with Andrea Iannone. The Aprilia man still finished eighth, right in front of his brother, Pol Espargaro scoring KTM ninth place. The final top ten spot went to Jonas Folger, the Monster Yamahas quite anonymous throughout the race.

Despite his early stint in the lead, Lorenzo dropped back to fifteenth after pitting before his second bike was fully set up and losing significant time.

The world championship leader extended his advantage to fourteen points ahead of Viñales, Dovizioso now 21 points behind. Rossi stays fourth with a 22 points deficit while Pedrosa caught up with the Italian but trails his teammate by 31 points.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 44'15.974
2 26 Dani PEDROSA Honda +12.438
3 25 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha +18.135
4 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha +20.466
5 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda +20.892
6 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati +23.259
7 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati +24.079
8 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia +30.559
9 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM +30.754
10 94 Jonas FOLGER Yamaha +33.236
11 42 Alex RINS Suzuki +33.290
12 5 Johann ZARCO Yamaha +34.595
13 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati +34.697
14 43 Jack MILLER Honda +38.062
15 99 Jorge LORENZO Ducati +40.100
16 45 Scott REDDING Ducati +44.376
17 53 Tito RABAT Honda +45.454
18 22 Sam LOWES Aprilia +53.976
19 29 Andrea IANNONE Suzuki +1'23.346
20 8 Hector BARBERA Ducati 1 Lap
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  38 Bradley SMITH KTM 2 Laps
  76 Loris BAZ Ducati 7 Laps
  19 Alvaro BAUTISTA Ducati 10 Laps

 

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2017 Brno Moto2 Race Result: A Tale Of Two Races

After sampling a wet track on Friday and a hot dry track on Saturday, Sunday couldn’t make up its mind for the intermediate class, a damp track throwing another unknown into the mix. And that wasn’t even the start of it, rain causing a red flag after only seven laps completed and turning one race into two sprints to the flag.

The first race saw Oliveira get a great start to go into the lead in turn one but Pasini was not one to give it up so easily, the poleman back into top position by the end of lap one and gapping Oliveira by nearly half a second. Bagnaia and Morbidelli followed him through on the Portuguese rider one lap later, the order settling for the following laps, while most of the top ten was challenging for fastest laps.

Marquez and Binder also had a pair of good starts which saw them joining the lead group while second row starter Jorge Navarro was dropping back slightly. Marquez tagged along to the back of Oliveira’s KTM while Binder yoyo-ed back and forth between the leaders and the five-man chasing pack led by Xavi Vierge.

Vierge might have struggled in qualifying but was up from seventeenth into seventh by lap three, having to deal with a one second gap to the top six. The Spaniard couldn’t make much of an impression on the gap and the mission was taken over by Tom Luthi. Luthi took the steady route from his twelfth qualifying position, the Swiss rider tenth by lap four and overtaking Vierge for seventh soon after.

All changed on lap seven, when some spits of rain turned into a spooky affair and several hands went up in the lead group signalling the poor conditions. The red flag came out on lap eight and a new six-lap sprint/race was reconvened on a wet track after the rain stopped.

With the order from the last completed lap taken as grid configuration, Pasini was again on “pole”, followed by Morbidelli and Oliveira. Bagnaia, Marquez and Binder made the second row, with Luthi, Vierge and Marini on the third.

Luthi and Marquez were the big winners at the restart, looking more like a plane taking off than a bike in the wet. The Swiss rider blasted into the lead, with Marquez close behind, both riders on used wet tyres. Opposite luck for poleman Pasini, who crashed out on the very first lap while running third.

While Luthi was building a gap of over a second on Marquez, another second separated the Spaniard from the pursuers by the end of lap one. Oliveira and Bagnaia were left in charge of the chase as Morbidelli was dropping back towards the end of the top ten and giving away precious points to his main title rival who was running away at the front. Running eight and with over two seconds keeping him away from the top seven, the world championship leader had three eager Moto2 rookies to keep at bay.

Luthi continued to post red sectors, his gap up to four seconds on lap four, Marquez in no man’s land in second position. Oliveira looked like the main contender for the final podium spot, significant gaps building all throughout the top ten. Meanwhile, Marini, Vierge and Corsi made it past Bagnaia, some more spots of rain toning down the pace with two laps left.

Luthi managed his lead well, despite Marquez posting a personal best on the penultimate lap, the Swiss rider making the most of this unlikely opportunity and winning the Czech GP to get right back into the title hunt.

Marquez took second spot on the podium, Oliveira repayed with third place for his efforts in both races. Luca Marini grabbed an excellent career-best fourth spot, ahead of an equally deserving Vierge, who almost missed the second race after his bike failed to start in pitlane.

Corsi will have been happy with sixth after his grid penalty, with Bagnaia perhaps disappointing in seventh place after being a contender in the initial race. The world championship leader crossed the line eighth, although Remy Gardner gave it a good go at deposing him. The Tech 3 rider joined his teammate in the top nine, with new boy Joe Roberts showing yet again good speed in the wet to grab tenth place.

Morbidelli keeps his lead in the championship but Luthi cuts it down to only 17 points. Marquez equals Oliveira’s tally, both riders 49 points down on the leader.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 12 Thomas LUTHI Kalex 13'39.036
2 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex +4.991
3 44 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM +6.983
4 10 Luca MARINI Kalex +9.190
5 97 Xavi VIERGE Tech 3 +11.064
6 24 Simone CORSI Speed Up +15.779
7 42 Francesco BAGNAIA Kalex +18.431
8 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Kalex +19.743
9 87 Remy GARDNER Tech 3 +19.843
10 20 Joe ROBERTS Kalex +20.168
11 9 Jorge NAVARRO Kalex +20.372
12 41 Brad BINDER KTM +20.547
13 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex +21.657
14 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex +22.940
15 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN Kalex +24.056
16 49 Axel PONS Kalex +24.192
17 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex +24.441
18 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex +25.607
19 27 Iker LECUONA Kalex +26.483
20 40 Fabio QUARTARARO Kalex +26.769
21 62 Stefano MANZI Kalex +28.069
22 98 Karel HANIKA Kalex +28.167
23 19 Xavier SIMEON Kalex +28.304
24 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Kalex +29.463
25 32 Isaac VIÑALES Kalex +29.795
26 6 Tarran MACKENZIE Suter +30.353
27 37 Augusto FERNANDEZ Speed Up +30.555
28 57 Edgar PONS Kalex +30.815
29 2 Jesko RAFFIN Kalex +38.907
    Not Finished 1st Lap    
  54 Mattia PASINI Kalex 0 Lap
  11 Sandro CORTESE Suter 0 Lap
  77 Dominique AEGERTER Suter 0 Lap
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2017 Brno Moto3 Race Result: A Steady And Determined Pursuit

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The rain forecasted for Sunday came even earlier than predicted, the track truly soaked by the time the lightweight class lined up at the lights. With the drizzle having stopped, the drying track made for a tricky ride for the Moto3 bunch, who ended up riding more sensibly than you would expect.

Joan Mir might have looked like he was protecting his lead in the championship but his eyes were on victory all along. And the plan was timed to perfection, the Spaniard snatching his sixth victory of the season, ahead of a mighty challenge from Romano Fenati and a brilliant comeback from Aron Canet.

That didn’t look like the likely podium configuration for much of the race though. It was a good start for the RBA Racing duo, poleman Gabriel Rodrigo and Juanfran Guevara exchanging the lead on the first lap. On a wet track, Guevara managed to keep the lead and even build a bit of a gap over the pack led by Bendsneyder. The Dutch rider caught up with him and went for it on lap three, the Red Bull rider taking over the lead and holding it for three laps before the Spaniard took his turn at the front again. Despite not being your usual race leaders, the two rode sensibly on a drying track.

Behind them, Mir kept within reach of the two leaders while Nakarin Atiratphuvapat took on the job of leading the pursuers. The one and a half second gap turned into three tenths by lap four, Marcos Ramirez the only rider able to keep up with him. The Thai rider caught the championship leader one lap later and went in pursuit of a podium position, Bendsneyder and Guevara a second ahead at the time.

With the mission appearing to stall, Mir got back in charge as Fenati, Ramirez and Rodrigo caught up with them. The top candidates for the final podium spot looked like championship rivals Mir and Fenati, although the group had six other protagonists halfway through the race. A handful of laps later, Mir and Fenati ditched their chasing colleagues and joined Guevara and Bendsneyder at the front.

Fenati finally took the lead at the end of lap 13, leaving Mir as the only protagonist not to give it a go for glory. The Spaniard bided his time at the tail end of the group until taking over the reins with four laps to go.

In only half a lap, the championship leader put half a second into the chasing trio and Fenati’s alarm bells started ringing. The Italian got the best of his two remaining rivals and chased down Mir soon after, the two leaders trading fastest laps with two laps to go. With mere hundredths of a second separating Mir and Fenati, both firing in red hot sector times, the Italian never even got a chance to attack, crossing the line close behind the world championship leader.

If Guevara and Bendsneyder thought the final podium spot was rightfully theirs, Aron Canet had a different plan. Canet struggled to kick-start his comeback, lingering in twentieth place after he got caught up in an incident with Jules Danilo and Maria Herrera on the first lap. The Spaniard was one of the fastest people on track soon after but the gaps ahead of him made it a nearly impossible mission to get any higher than twelfth. But the Spaniard gave his best to steadily reduce a four-second gap to one and a half seconds by lap ten, knocking on the gates of the top ten.  By lap fourteen, the Estrella Galicia 0,0 rider got in the lead of the chasing pack, with a three-second gap to the four leaders. Hardly intimidated by that, the young rider hunted down Bendsneyder and Guevara and snatched their third position on the final lap, dropping them over a second behind.

Bendsneyder had to settle for fourth place, with Guevara fifth. John McPhee’s journey from nineteenth on the grid to sixth in the race might have been even more impressive had it not been for Canet’s adventures, the British rider leading Ramirez over the line.

The remaining top ten positions went to some wet weather enthusiasts, Tatsuki Suzuki eighth, Adam Norrodin ninth and Nakarin Atiratphuvapat tenth.

Another talking point was the impressive wildcard Tim Georgi, who started 28th, made up ten places on the first two laps, was tenth by lap three and right on the tail of the chasing group by lap eight. But the drying surface was a bit much for the German rider to cope with, his early charge fading and the wildcard rider dropping back to eighteenth place.

Nicolo Bulega might have looked just fine in wet practice but the Italian had a nightmare in the race, dropping back significantly at the start, as low as sixteenth by the end of lap one and ending the race twenty-third. Poleman Rodrigo looked set for a top ten but crashed on the very last lap.

Mir’s victory extended his already significant lead in the world championship, the Spaniard now 42 points ahead of Fenati. Canet keeps third place in the standings, 64 points behind the leader. With Jorge Martin sitting out the race due to injury, McPhee makes the jump into fourth, a substantial 97 points away from Mir.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 36 Joan MIR Honda 44'41.314
2 5 Romano FENATI Honda +0.350
3 44 Aron CANET Honda +3.078
4 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER KTM +4.598
5 58 Juanfran GUEVARA KTM +4.882
6 17 John MCPHEE Honda +8.343
7 42 Marcos RAMIREZ KTM +9.597
8 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda +10.234
9 7 Adam NORRODIN Honda +10.395
10 41 Nakarin ATIRATPHUVAPAT Honda +10.913
11 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM +11.148
12 75 Albert ARENAS Mahindra +12.085
13 65 Philipp OETTL KTM +14.266
14 10 Dennis FOGGIA KTM +14.271
15 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda +14.311
16 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda +14.404
17 33 Enea BASTIANINI Honda +14.449
18 77 Tim GEORGI KTM +15.144
19 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Mahindra +20.312
20 84 Jakub KORNFEIL Peugeot +23.680
21 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Honda +23.935
22 12 Marco BEZZECCHI Mahindra +24.772
23 8 Nicolo BULEGA KTM +24.831
24 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI KTM +25.143
25 96 Manuel PAGLIANI Mahindra +38.836
26 19 Gabriel RODRIGO KTM +42.433
27 11 Livio LOI Honda +42.497
28 18 Gabriel MARTINEZ-ABREGO KTM +47.923
29 27 Kaito TOBA Honda +48.013
30 4 Patrik PULKKINEN Peugeot +48.407
    Not Finished 1st Lap    
  95 Jules DANILO Honda 0 Lap
  6 Maria HERRERA KTM 0 Lap

 

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2017 Brno MotoGP Warm Up Result: Runaway Marquez On Damp Track

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 2'07.120    
2 45 Scott REDDING Ducati 2'08.160 1.040 1.040
3 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 2'08.448 1.328 0.288
4 22 Sam LOWES Aprilia 2'08.470 1.350 0.022
5 99 Jorge LORENZO Ducati 2'08.489 1.369 0.019
6 26 Dani PEDROSA Honda 2'08.561 1.441 0.072
7 94 Jonas FOLGER Yamaha 2'08.591 1.471 0.030
8 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 2'08.618 1.498 0.027
9 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 2'08.772 1.652 0.154
10 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 2'08.776 1.656 0.004
11 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM 2'08.846 1.726 0.070
12 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati 2'08.940 1.820 0.094
13 25 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 2'09.398 2.278 0.458
14 38 Bradley SMITH KTM 2'09.499 2.379 0.101
15 5 Johann ZARCO Yamaha 2'09.879 2.759 0.380
16 8 Hector BARBERA Ducati 2'10.408 3.288 0.529
17 29 Andrea IANNONE Suzuki 2'10.496 3.376 0.088
18 76 Loris BAZ Ducati 2'10.579 3.459 0.083
19 42 Alex RINS Suzuki 2'10.750 3.630 0.171
20 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA Ducati 2'11.018 3.898 0.268
21 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati 2'11.639 4.519 0.621
22 43 Jack MILLER Honda 2'11.829 4.709 0.190
23 53 Tito RABAT Honda 2'12.057 4.937 0.228
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2017 Brno Moto2 Warm Up Result: Light Rain, Rapid Navarro

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 9 Jorge NAVARRO Kalex 2'05.839    
2 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex 2'05.909 0.070 0.070
3 10 Luca MARINI Kalex 2'06.046 0.207 0.137
4 11 Sandro CORTESE Suter 2'06.405 0.566 0.359
5 32 Isaac VIÑALES Kalex 2'06.956 1.117 0.551
6 49 Axel PONS Kalex 2'07.220 1.381 0.264
7 12 Thomas LUTHI Kalex 2'07.330 1.491 0.110
8 62 Stefano MANZI Kalex 2'07.440 1.601 0.110
9 87 Remy GARDNER Tech 3 2'07.626 1.787 0.186
10 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex 2'07.715 1.876 0.089
11 77 Dominique AEGERTER Suter 2'07.745 1.906 0.030
12 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex 2'07.924 2.085 0.179
13 20 Joe ROBERTS Kalex 2'08.132 2.293 0.208
14 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Kalex 2'08.306 2.467 0.174
15 97 Xavi VIERGE Tech 3 2'08.415 2.576 0.109
16 98 Karel HANIKA Kalex 2'08.754 2.915 0.339
17 2 Jesko RAFFIN Kalex 2'08.754 2.915  
18 27 Iker LECUONA Kalex 2'09.798 3.959 1.044
19 6 Tarran MACKENZIE Suter 2'09.925 4.086 0.127
20 24 Simone CORSI Speed Up 2'10.244 4.405 0.319
21 57 Edgar PONS Kalex 2'13.135 7.296 2.891
22 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex 2'18.871 13.032 5.736
23 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Kalex 2'19.666 13.827 0.795
24 19 Xavier SIMEON Kalex 2'19.717 13.878 0.051
25 40 Fabio QUARTARARO Kalex 2'20.406 14.567 0.689
26 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 2'21.161 15.322 0.755
27 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN Kalex 2'21.420 15.581 0.259
  37 Augusto FERNANDEZ Speed Up      
  41 Brad BINDER KTM      
  42 Francesco BAGNAIA Kalex      
  44 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM      
  54 Mattia PASINI Kalex      

 

Round Number: 
10
2017
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Total votes: 6

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2017 Brno Moto3 Warm Up Result: McPhee Shines In Overcast Morning

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 17 John MCPHEE Honda 2'09.080    
2 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Honda 2'09.309 0.229 0.229
3 19 Gabriel RODRIGO KTM 2'09.611 0.531 0.302
4 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER KTM 2'09.706 0.626 0.095
5 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI KTM 2'09.718 0.638 0.012
6 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM 2'09.747 0.667 0.029
7 42 Marcos RAMIREZ KTM 2'09.775 0.695 0.028
8 6 Maria HERRERA KTM 2'09.831 0.751 0.056
9 65 Philipp OETTL KTM 2'09.846 0.766 0.015
10 95 Jules DANILO Honda 2'09.887 0.807 0.041
11 5 Romano FENATI Honda 2'09.923 0.843 0.036
12 8 Nicolo BULEGA KTM 2'09.963 0.883 0.040
13 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Mahindra 2'10.006 0.926 0.043
14 33 Enea BASTIANINI Honda 2'10.074 0.994 0.068
15 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda 2'10.123 1.043 0.049
16 96 Manuel PAGLIANI Mahindra 2'10.185 1.105 0.062
17 11 Livio LOI Honda 2'10.233 1.153 0.048
18 41 Nakarin ATIRATPHUVAPAT Honda 2'10.250 1.170 0.017
19 36 Joan MIR Honda 2'10.364 1.284 0.114
20 27 Kaito TOBA Honda 2'10.373 1.293 0.009
21 12 Marco BEZZECCHI Mahindra 2'10.415 1.335 0.042
22 75 Albert ARENAS Mahindra 2'10.435 1.355 0.020
23 10 Dennis FOGGIA KTM 2'10.612 1.532 0.177
24 84 Jakub KORNFEIL Peugeot 2'10.660 1.580 0.048
25 7 Adam NORRODIN Honda 2'10.723 1.643 0.063
26 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda 2'10.808 1.728 0.085
27 58 Juanfran GUEVARA KTM 2'10.813 1.733 0.005
28 44 Aron CANET Honda 2'10.824 1.744 0.011
29 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda 2'10.982 1.902 0.158
30 4 Patrik PULKKINEN Peugeot 2'12.079 2.999 1.097
31 77 Tim GEORGI KTM 2'13.113 4.033 1.034
32 18 Gabriel MARTINEZ-ABREGO KTM 2'14.134 5.054 1.021
Round Number: 
10
2017
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Total votes: 4

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