MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2019 Jerez Moto3 FP2 Result: Antonelli Edges Out Suzuki

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The sun was well and truly burning the asphalt by the time the second batch of sessions of the day got to a start. After a morning session out of the limelight, Romano Fenati came out fighting and set camp at the top of the timesheets early on in FP2. However, his early benchmark was a long way away from the best time of the weekend and it allowed compatriot Niccolo Antonelli to rob him soon after. The two Italians hogged the attention of the cameras but rivals were on the offense for the final time attack. By the time the checkered flag was waved, Antonelli snatched back top position from Tatsuki Suzuki by a tenth of a second.

Raul Fernandez was the first of the local boys in third position and the last man to drop into the 1:36s. The Angel Nieto Team rider was a tenth faster than Aron Canet while Fenati lost some ground to round out the top five. Gabriel Rodrigo and Tony Arbolino finished within three thousandths of a second of each other in sixth and seventh positions, while Celestino Vietti failed to improve on eighth position as he crashed out on his final hot lap. FP1 leader John McPhee ended up ninth the second time around, about seven tenths off the lead and just about getting the best of rookie Sergio Garcia who completed the top ten.

The familiar colours of Vicente Perez, Kaito Toba, Jaume Masia, Ayumu Sasaki and Darryn Binder joined the top 15 as the last men to post a time within a second of the leader. It was a trickier afternoon at the office for the likes of Lorenzo Dalla Porta, Andrea Migno or local favourite Marcos Ramirez, who struggled to join the top 20 positions.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI Honda 1'46.795    
2 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda 1'46.888 0.093 0.093
3 25 Raul FERNANDEZ KTM 1'46.953 0.158 0.065
4 44 Aron CANET KTM 1'47.076 0.281 0.123
5 55 Romano FENATI Honda 1'47.121 0.326 0.045
6 19 Gabriel RODRIGO Honda 1'47.167 0.372 0.046
7 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda 1'47.170 0.375 0.003
8 13 Celestino VIETTI KTM 1'47.439 0.644 0.269
9 17 John MCPHEE Honda 1'47.472 0.677 0.033
10 11 Sergio GARCIA Honda 1'47.477 0.682 0.005
11 77 Vicente PEREZ KTM 1'47.478 0.683 0.001
12 27 Kaito TOBA Honda 1'47.481 0.686 0.003
13 5 Jaume MASIA KTM 1'47.537 0.742 0.056
14 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda 1'47.592 0.797 0.055
15 40 Darryn BINDER KTM 1'47.644 0.849 0.052
16 7 Dennis FOGGIA KTM 1'47.806 1.011 0.162
17 82 Stefano NEPA KTM 1'47.855 1.060 0.049
18 76 Makar YURCHENKO KTM 1'47.909 1.114 0.054
19 21 Alonso LOPEZ Honda 1'47.975 1.180 0.066
20 84 Jakub KORNFEIL KTM 1'47.983 1.188 0.008
21 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Honda 1'47.985 1.190 0.002
22 79 Ai OGURA Honda 1'48.079 1.284 0.094
23 61 Can ONCU KTM 1'48.087 1.292 0.008
24 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM 1'48.120 1.325 0.033
25 42 Marcos RAMIREZ Honda 1'48.142 1.347 0.022
26 75 Albert ARENAS KTM 1'48.364 1.569 0.222
27 12 Filip SALAC KTM 1'48.558 1.763 0.194
28 22 Kazuki MASAKI KTM 1'48.561 1.766 0.003
29 83 Meikon KAWAKAMI KTM 1'48.638 1.843 0.077
30 69 Tom BOOTH-AMOS KTM 1'48.989 2.194 0.351
31 54 Riccardo ROSSI Honda 1'49.516 2.721 0.527
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4
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2019 Jerez Moto2 FP1 Result: Navarro Leads KTM Tag Team

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The intermediate class had a tough act to follow after the speed shown by their Moto3 and MotoGP colleagues in FP1. However, the Triumph engine seemed pretty handy around Jerez and Jorge Navarro put it to good use to top the timesheets with a time under the lap record for Moto2. Brad Binder got close, under two hundredths of a second slower than the leader and  Jorge Martin made it an excellent start for KTM in the top three.

Nearly nothing separated Tom Luthi, Remy Gardner and Alex Marquez in the battle for positions four to six, the trio only a tenth and a half off the leader. Alex Marquez had laid the benchmark for most of the session, before the final time attack came, which dropped him to sixth. Augusto Fernandez made an excellent comeback after the injury suffered in Argentina, the local boy leading briefly and ending the morning seventh.

Tetsuta Nagashima, Luca Marini and Lorenzo Baldassarri completed the top ten, the championship leader particularly impressive given the kind of day he had. Baldassarri’s morning started with some early technical trouble that he returned to the garage without a timed lap posted. The second attempt was just as successful, the Italian making it as far as turn five before his bike gave up once again, which made it all the more impressive when in the seven laps he did manage to do, Baldassarri climbed to tenth position and under half a second off the leader.

The likes of Marcel Schrotter, Enea Bastianini, Iker Lecuona or Sam Lowes did not get much airtime from outside the top ten but there was not much reason for concern with the top 24 riders covered by one second.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 9 Jorge NAVARRO Speed Up 1'41.819    
2 41 Brad BINDER KTM 1'41.838 0.019 0.019
3 88 Jorge MARTIN KTM 1'41.935 0.116 0.097
4 12 Thomas LUTHI Kalex 1'41.958 0.139 0.023
5 87 Remy GARDNER Kalex 1'41.972 0.153 0.014
6 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex 1'41.974 0.155 0.002
7 40 Augusto FERNANDEZ Kalex 1'42.081 0.262 0.107
8 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex 1'42.184 0.365 0.103
9 10 Luca MARINI Kalex 1'42.215 0.396 0.031
10 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 1'42.297 0.478 0.082
11 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER NTS 1'42.341 0.522 0.044
12 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex 1'42.355 0.536 0.014
13 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Kalex 1'42.380 0.561 0.025
14 33 Enea BASTIANINI Kalex 1'42.414 0.595 0.034
15 11 Nicolo BULEGA Kalex 1'42.416 0.597 0.002
16 27 Iker LECUONA KTM 1'42.451 0.632 0.035
17 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Speed Up 1'42.482 0.663 0.031
18 22 Sam LOWES Kalex 1'42.603 0.784 0.121
19 77 Dominique AEGERTER MV Agusta 1'42.662 0.843 0.059
20 62 Stefano MANZI MV Agusta 1'42.765 0.946 0.103
21 4 Steven ODENDAAL NTS 1'42.802 0.983 0.037
22 24 Simone CORSI Kalex 1'42.823 1.004 0.021
23 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex 1'42.839 1.020 0.016
24 97 Xavi VIERGE Kalex 1'42.859 1.040 0.020
25 72 Marco BEZZECCHI KTM 1'43.234 1.415 0.375
26 3 Lukas TULOVIC KTM 1'43.676 1.857 0.442
27 54 Mattia PASINI KTM 1'43.685 1.866 0.009
28 65 Philipp OETTL KTM 1'43.711 1.892 0.026
29 20 Dimas EKKY PRATAMA Kalex 1'43.746 1.927 0.035
30 16 Joe ROBERTS KTM 1'43.812 1.993 0.066
31 35 Somkiat CHANTRA Kalex 1'44.393 2.574 0.581
32 18 Xavi CARDELUS KTM 1'47.507 5.688 3.114
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4
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2019 Jerez MotoGP FP1 Result: First Pay-Off For The Dream Team

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The fresh grippy asphalt and the familiar layout of the Jerez circuit meant that the first outing on home ground for the premier class was a fast and furious affair. The challenge was to catch up with Marc Marquez once be built one second’s advantage on the competition and teammate Jorge Lorenzo was unsurprisingly up to the challenge. Honda’s new arrival was in his element in Jerez and caught up with his compatriot by the midway point of the session, the infamous Dream Team showing the way for much of FP1.

Very little separated the duo on their final laps, Marquez keeping the headlines with the only 1:37 time of the day on used rubber. Lorenzo had to settle for second, a tenth off his teammate, while Maverick Viñales added a Yamaha to the top three mix, robbing Honda from a 1-2-3. However, Takaaki Nakagami made excellent use of last year’s winning bike and finished the morning two tenths off the reigning world champion.

Andrea Dovizioso was a little subdued throughout FP1 but made a late assault on the timesheets to climb into the top five. Fabio Quartararo kept a close eye on proceedings from sixth position, only three tenths off the leader, while Jack Miller was the next man down, half a second off Marquez but seemingly struggling with arm pump issues.

After threatening the Honda domination early on, Danilo Petrucci dropped back to eighth, with Franco Morbidelli and Alex Rins completing the top ten. Cal Crutchlow, Johann Zarco and Joan Mir were the final men within a second of the lead, although the KTM man ended his session in the gravel trap. Valentino Rossi had a sluggish start to his day, spending most of his time towards the bottom of the top 15 and finishing the session 18th but some of the attention was stolen by Yamaha’s version of the swingarm attachment that the Italian paraded for a handful of laps.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 1'37.921    
2 99 Jorge LORENZO Honda 1'38.045 0.124 0.124
3 12 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 1'38.112 0.191 0.067
4 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda 1'38.134 0.213 0.022
5 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 1'38.150 0.229 0.016
6 20 Fabio QUARTARARO Yamaha 1'38.209 0.288 0.059
7 43 Jack MILLER Ducati 1'38.464 0.543 0.255
8 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati 1'38.474 0.553 0.010
9 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Yamaha 1'38.478 0.557 0.004
10 42 Alex RINS Suzuki 1'38.534 0.613 0.056
11 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 1'38.800 0.879 0.266
12 5 Johann ZARCO KTM 1'38.897 0.976 0.097
13 36 Joan MIR Suzuki 1'38.905 0.984 0.008
14 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 1'38.942 1.021 0.037
15 6 Stefan BRADL Honda 1'38.975 1.054 0.033
16 29 Andrea IANNONE Aprilia 1'39.064 1.143 0.089
17 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM 1'39.141 1.220 0.077
18 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 1'39.380 1.459 0.239
19 38 Bradley SMITH Aprilia 1'39.410 1.489 0.030
20 53 Tito RABAT Ducati 1'39.667 1.746 0.257
21 63 Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati 1'39.675 1.754 0.008
22 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati 1'39.949 2.028 0.274
23 88 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 1'40.313 2.392 0.364
24 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN KTM 1'41.093 3.172 0.780
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2019 Jerez Moto3 FP1 Result: McPhee Takes It At the Flag

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The lightweight class got set up for their first performance now that the circus returned home and Jerez welcomed them with warm brand new tarmac. Going by the final timesheets for FP1, the surface got predictably faster and the fastest of them all was John McPhee, who climbed into top position as the checkered flag was waved. The first home rider was a tenth and a half off, Aron Canet narrowly edging out Riccardo Rossi. The Gresini rider briefly led the way but missed out on one final fast lap as he crashed out in the very last minute of the session. Regardless, Rossi finished third and half a tenth faster that teammate Gabriel Rodrigo.

Dennis Foggia was an early leader but eventually settled for fifth position after a late flurry of fast laps, ahead of championship leader Jaume Masia. Kaito Toba, Jakub Kornfeil, Marcos Ramirez and Raul Fernandez completed the top ten but the likes of Lorenzo Dalla Porta and rookies Sergio Garcia and Ai Ogura also finished the session within half a second of the leader.

With the top 22 covered by just one second, many familiar names missed out on top positions, including Toni Arbolino in 14th or Darryn Binder in 16th. Romano Fenati was missing from the spotlight until he took a late off track excursion and could only grab 19th position, while Andrea Migno, who had led for most of the session, found the limit in turn three in the final ten minutes and failed to improve, dropping all the way down to 24th.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 17 John MCPHEE Honda 1'47.052    
2 44 Aron CANET KTM 1'47.199 0.147 0.147
3 54 Riccardo ROSSI Honda 1'47.217 0.165 0.018
4 19 Gabriel RODRIGO Honda 1'47.272 0.220 0.055
5 7 Dennis FOGGIA KTM 1'47.321 0.269 0.049
6 5 Jaume MASIA KTM 1'47.339 0.287 0.018
7 27 Kaito TOBA Honda 1'47.436 0.384 0.097
8 84 Jakub KORNFEIL KTM 1'47.453 0.401 0.017
9 42 Marcos RAMIREZ Honda 1'47.463 0.411 0.010
10 25 Raul FERNANDEZ KTM 1'47.472 0.420 0.009
11 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Honda 1'47.479 0.427 0.007
12 11 Sergio GARCIA Honda 1'47.493 0.441 0.014
13 79 Ai OGURA Honda 1'47.514 0.462 0.021
14 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda 1'47.586 0.534 0.072
15 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda 1'47.631 0.579 0.045
16 40 Darryn BINDER KTM 1'47.640 0.588 0.009
17 75 Albert ARENAS KTM 1'47.661 0.609 0.021
18 61 Can ONCU KTM 1'47.843 0.791 0.182
19 55 Romano FENATI Honda 1'47.908 0.856 0.065
20 12 Filip SALAC KTM 1'47.952 0.900 0.044
21 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI Honda 1'47.969 0.917 0.017
22 22 Kazuki MASAKI KTM 1'48.042 0.990 0.073
23 76 Makar YURCHENKO KTM 1'48.089 1.037 0.047
24 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM 1'48.158 1.106 0.069
25 82 Stefano NEPA KTM 1'48.208 1.156 0.050
26 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda 1'48.291 1.239 0.083
27 21 Alonso LOPEZ Honda 1'48.577 1.525 0.286
28 13 Celestino VIETTI KTM 1'48.904 1.852 0.327
29 77 Vicente PEREZ KTM 1'49.031 1.979 0.127
30 69 Tom BOOTH-AMOS KTM 1'49.850 2.798 0.819
31 83 Meikon KAWAKAMI KTM 1'50.380 3.328 0.530
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2019 Austin MotoGP Result: The Party And The Crasher

Alex Rins won his first-ever MotoGP contest Sunday in Austin, Texas after a dramatic late-race battle with Valentino Rossi who finished second to the young Spaniard. Ducati's Jack Miller crossed the line in a lonely third at the Circuit of the Americas which crowned a new champion for the first time in seven years. 

Marc Marquez, who has not only won the COTA MotoGP race every year it's been held but also has never lost a single race in the United States in any class, crashed entering Turn 12 with 12 laps to go, ending his day and longstanding dominance at the 5.5 km track. Marquez's crash and Andrea Dovizioso's surprising fourth-place finish rearranged the 2019 championship with the Factory Ducati rider now leading the pack (54 points) followed by Rossi (51), Rins (49) and Marquez (45).

In all, nine points now separate four riders from four different motorcycle manufacturers in the top class with 16 races to go. One of those manufacturers, however, had a weekend to (mostly) forget. Along with Marquez, Honda factory rider Cal Cruthlow crashed out of the race while in third and Repsol's Jorge Lorenzo endured a mechanical failure that sidelined him late in the contest.

Satellite Yamaha rider Franco Morbidelli grabbed fifth, a clear three seconds in front of Danilo Petrucci (6th). Fabio Quartararo took seventh while Pol Espargaro continued a strong weekend with a eighth-place finish after qualifying fifth, a best-ever for KTM's MotoGP project. Francesco Bagnaia seized ninth in front of the top-placed Honda of Takaaki Nakagami (10th). 

The Race 

As expected, Marquez grabbed the holeshot from pole position -- the poleshot, maybe? -- closely followed by Rossi, Crutchlow, Miller and Rins. Dovizioso's aggressive start jumped him from 13th to eighth by the second corner. Rossi and Marquez opened a slight gap on the field by the end of the first lap.

Marquez's early pace began to prove too much for the Yamaha rider in second. Into lap two, Maquez began opening a gap. First seven-tenths. Then more than a second. Behind him, Rossi had bigger concerns. Crutchlow had arrived and was looking to pass. Rossi, now riding a defensive line, saw Marquez pull farther away at the front. 

With 17 laps to go, Race Direction declared both Maverick Vinales and Joan Mir jumped the start. Both were ordered to take a ride-through penalties. Vinales, who was in sixth place, mistakenly took a long-lap penalty and then realized the error and pulled into pit lane for the ride through. He re-entered the race with 15 laps to go and in 19th place. Eventually, he'd finish 11th. Mir would finish out of the points.

That hardly ended the midrace drama at COTA, however. Crutchlow, who by now was hounding Rossi at every corner, crashed directly behind him in Turn 11 with 15 laps to go. This left Marquez out front by two seconds followed by Rossi, Miller and Rins. Now, it was Miller's turn to press Rossi. Within three laps, Marquez expanded his gap to 3.5 seconds. 

But waiting for the current world champion was COTA's now infamous back straight and Turn 12. The longest straight in MotoGP calendar also had become its bumpiest. Those undulations were most severe in the braking zone where riders are trying to slow from 330 kph (205 mph). Video from the previous day's practice saw Marquez endure at least one violent tank-slapper in the section.

Whatever the reason, Marquez overcooked the slow corner at the end of the fast straight, lost the front and crashed. His day was done. 

And Rossi was now at the front. Behind him, Rins had passed Miller. He began to carve away at Rossi's lead.  With nine laps left, the gap between the pair had dropped to half a second. Well back in the pack, Lorenzo retired from the race, an unexplained mechanical problem ending his race. Three factory Hondas now had retired. Dovizioso slid past Morbidelli to take fifth.

With eight laps, Rins had closed the gap to Rossi and the pair had opened a gap to Miller. For the next, five laps Rins stalked Rossi, losing time at Turn 11 and into the long, back straight but gathering it all back by Turn 19. 

With four laps to go, Rins struck at Turn 7 smoothly slicing inside Rossi for the lead. Rossi returned the favor at Turn 12 but ran wide, allowing Rins back to the front. Behind them, Dovizioso had grabbed fourth. Rossi and Rins stayed close to the end with Rossi not quite close enough to make a pass on the last lap.

Rins' victory makes him the only rider to win at COTA in all three classes. 

Result:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 42 Alex RINS Suzuki 41'45.499
2 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha +0.462
3 43 Jack MILLER Ducati +8.454
4 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati +9.420
5 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Yamaha +18.021
6 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati +21.476
7 20 Fabio QUARTARARO Yamaha +26.111
8 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM +29.743
9 63 Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati +30.608
10 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda +31.011
11 12 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha +34.077
12 29 Andrea IANNONE Aprilia +34.779
13 5 Johann ZARCO KTM +42.458
14 88 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM +44.272
15 53 Tito RABAT Ducati +44.623
16 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati +44.740
17 36 Joan MIR Suzuki +48.063
18 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN KTM +1'07.683
    Not Classified    
  99 Jorge LORENZO Honda 10 Laps
  93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 12 Laps
  35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 15 Laps
  41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 15 Laps
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3
2019
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2019 Austin Moto2 Race Result: A Return To Familiar Territory

Thomas Luthi, who last year endured a miserable season in MotoGP, returned to his Moto2 winning ways Sunday at the Circuit of the Americas track near Austin, Texas. Luthi's dominant win put him third in the championship, just two points behind Dynavolt teammate Marcel Schrotter who finished the race in second.

Jorge Navarro worked his way through the pack to take the final podium spot. But to take that third, Navarro had to hold off Moto2's biggest surprise of the weekend: Mattia Pasini. The veteran rider, who retired this year when a ride was not forthcoming, had expected to attend the race only as a commentator for Italian television.

But he jumped at the chance to be a fill-in replacement in Texas for the injured Agusto Fernandez. Pasini had not raced this year and had never ridden the new, Triumph-powered Moto2 bikes.  It didn't seem to matter much. He qualified the unfamilar bike in seventh and managed some of the field's fastest race laps to take fourth.   

Alex Marquez, who led the race early on, faded to fifth. Behind him Luca Marini took sixth in front of Sam Lowes (7th). Simone Corsi spent much of the race in eighth and finished there. Enea Bastianini (9th) and Andrea Locatelli rounded out the top 10. Lorenzo Baldassarri crashed early in the contest but remains in the championship lead by three points after winning the season's first two races. 

The Race

Schrotter led into uphill Turn 1 but ran wide. Both Marquez and Luthi slipped through. The top three remained at the front for the early part of the race and with 14 laps to go, Lowes, Navarro, Marini, Corsi and Pasini chased in the following pack. Marquez managed to gap the field by half a second as the riders began to string out in COTA fashion. 

Luthi upped his pace and locked onto Marquez's tail with 12 laps left. One lap later, Luthi showed his hand and passed Marquez at Turn 1. Marquez retaliated at Turn 4 to retake the lead. But at Turn 12 following the long backstraight, Luthi made the pass stick for good and began to open a gap.  Schrotter began to close on Marquez. 

Back in the pack, Pasini began moving through, turning lap times faster than the race leaders. With nine laps to go, Luthi opened a one-second gap to Marquez who was locked in a battle with Schrotter. Schrotter passed Marquez at 12 then Marquez passed him back immediately bumping the German rider in the process. But by the line, Schrotter seized second for good.

Two laps later, Luthi cleared off the front with nearly a three-second gap. With four laps remaining, Navarro passsed Marquez at Turn 11. Marini briefly took third from Navarro but lost it back to the eventual third-place finisher. 

Result:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 12 Thomas LUTHI Kalex 39'11.508
2 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Kalex +2.532
3 9 Jorge NAVARRO Speed Up +3.836
4 54 Mattia PASINI Kalex +4.757
5 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex +7.741
6 10 Luca MARINI Kalex +8.031
7 22 Sam LOWES Kalex +8.282
8 24 Simone CORSI Kalex +8.953
9 33 Enea BASTIANINI Kalex +10.706
10 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex +16.868
11 87 Remy GARDNER Kalex +25.633
12 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex +25.948
13 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER NTS +26.997
14 77 Dominique AEGERTER MV Agusta +27.462
15 88 Jorge MARTIN KTM +27.482
16 2 Jesko RAFFIN NTS +39.435
17 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex +49.582
18 65 Philipp OETTL KTM +51.247
19 3 Lukas TULOVIC KTM +51.380
20 35 Somkiat CHANTRA Kalex +53.778
21 6 Gabriele RUIU MV Agusta +1'19.156
22 20 Dimas EKKY PRATAMA Kalex +1'19.286
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  27 Iker LECUONA KTM 5 Laps
  72 Marco BEZZECCHI KTM 6 Laps
  18 Xavi CARDELUS KTM 12 Laps
  41 Brad BINDER KTM 16 Laps
    Not Finished 1st Lap    
  21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Speed Up 0 Lap
  7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 0 Lap
  97 Xavi VIERGE Kalex 0 Lap
  16 Joe ROBERTS KTM 0 Lap
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3
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2019 Austin Moto3 Race Result: It's About Time

Aron Canet saved his best for Sunday by moving to the front late in the race taking his first grand prix win of the 2019 season at the Circuit of the Americas near Austin, Texas. Jaume Masia (2nd) just missed out on his second win of the season but held on for number two. Andrea Migno took the final podium spot, just in front of Gabriel Rodrigo (4th).

Canet's win in the third race of the season leaves him tied with Masia -- winner in Argentina -- for the lead in the championship. 

Niccolo Antonelli, who qualified in pole position, grabbed fifth just in front of Tony Arbolino (6th). Raul Fernandez, who qualified second and grabbed the holeshot at Turn 1, was pushed into seventh by the race's end. Alonso Lopez had his best finish of the season in eighth. Celestino Vietti (9th) and Dennis Foggia completed the top 10.

Result:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Gap
1 44 Aron CANET KTM 39'06.761
2 5 Jaume MASIA KTM +0.909
3 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM +1.077
4 19 Gabriel RODRIGO Honda +1.104
5 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI Honda +1.187
6 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda +1.322
7 25 Raul FERNANDEZ KTM +1.418
8 21 Alonso LOPEZ Honda +1.596
9 13 Celestino VIETTI KTM +1.735
10 7 Dennis FOGGIA KTM +7.876
11 79 Ai OGURA Honda +8.020
12 42 Marcos RAMIREZ Honda +8.644
13 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Honda +8.779
14 17 John MCPHEE Honda +8.780
15 40 Darryn BINDER KTM +9.369
16 22 Kazuki MASAKI KTM +25.290
17 77 Vicente PEREZ KTM +33.964
18 76 Makar YURCHENKO KTM +34.165
19 11 Sergio GARCIA Honda +34.462
20 12 Filip SALAC KTM +34.590
21 54 Riccardo ROSSI Honda +50.739
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  71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda 2 Laps
  81 Aleix VIU KTM 4 Laps
  24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda 5 Laps
  69 Tom BOOTH-AMOS KTM 7 Laps
  55 Romano FENATI Honda 8 Laps
  84 Jakub KORNFEIL KTM 8 Laps
  27 Kaito TOBA Honda 8 Laps
  61 Can ONCU KTM 15 Laps
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3
2019
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2019 Austin MotoGP WUP Result: Marquez Top, Dovi Rising

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 2'04.573    
2 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 2'04.766 0.193 0.193
3 43 Jack MILLER Ducati 2'04.932 0.359 0.166
4 12 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 2'04.973 0.400 0.041
5 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 2'05.143 0.570 0.170
6 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 2'05.428 0.855 0.285
7 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Yamaha 2'05.667 1.094 0.239
8 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati 2'05.752 1.179 0.085
9 42 Alex RINS Suzuki 2'05.853 1.280 0.101
10 36 Joan MIR Suzuki 2'06.012 1.439 0.159
11 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda 2'06.063 1.490 0.051
12 20 Fabio QUARTARARO Yamaha 2'06.068 1.495 0.005
13 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 2'06.209 1.636 0.141
14 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM 2'06.348 1.775 0.139
15 99 Jorge LORENZO Honda 2'06.629 2.056 0.281
16 63 Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati 2'07.080 2.507 0.451
17 53 Tito RABAT Ducati 2'07.487 2.914 0.407
18 29 Andrea IANNONE Aprilia 2'07.512 2.939 0.025
19 5 Johann ZARCO KTM 2'07.598 3.025 0.086
20 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati 2'07.608 3.035 0.010
21 88 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 2'07.624 3.051 0.016
22 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN KTM 2'07.871 3.298 0.247

 

Round Number: 
3
2019
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2019 Austin Moto2 WUP Result: Marquez, Weather In The Clear

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Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex 2'11.016    
2 9 Jorge NAVARRO Speed Up 2'11.021 0.005 0.005
3 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Kalex 2'11.177 0.161 0.156
4 10 Luca MARINI Kalex 2'11.180 0.164 0.003
5 12 Thomas LUTHI Kalex 2'11.281 0.265 0.101
6 41 Brad BINDER KTM 2'11.315 0.299 0.034
7 22 Sam LOWES Kalex 2'11.377 0.361 0.062
8 54 Mattia PASINI Kalex 2'11.469 0.453 0.092
9 97 Xavi VIERGE Kalex 2'11.598 0.582 0.129
10 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 2'11.655 0.639 0.057
11 24 Simone CORSI Kalex 2'11.862 0.846 0.207
12 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER NTS 2'12.066 1.050 0.204
13 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Speed Up 2'12.085 1.069 0.019
14 2 Jesko RAFFIN NTS 2'12.180 1.164 0.095
15 72 Marco BEZZECCHI KTM 2'12.376 1.360 0.196
16 33 Enea BASTIANINI Kalex 2'12.389 1.373 0.013
17 88 Jorge MARTIN KTM 2'12.450 1.434 0.061
18 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex 2'12.480 1.464 0.030
19 27 Iker LECUONA KTM 2'12.502 1.486 0.022
20 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex 2'12.553 1.537 0.051
21 87 Remy GARDNER Kalex 2'12.606 1.590 0.053
22 16 Joe ROBERTS KTM 2'12.909 1.893 0.303
23 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex 2'12.910 1.894 0.001
24 77 Dominique AEGERTER MV Agusta 2'13.100 2.084 0.190
25 35 Somkiat CHANTRA Kalex 2'13.529 2.513 0.429
26 65 Philipp OETTL KTM 2'14.196 3.180 0.667
27 3 Lukas TULOVIC KTM 2'14.549 3.533 0.353
28 6 Gabriele RUIU MV Agusta 2'14.789 3.773 0.240
29 20 Dimas EKKY PRATAMA Kalex 2'16.470 5.454 1.681
30 18 Xavi CARDELUS KTM 2'18.632 7.616 2.162
  96 Jake DIXON KTM      
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2019
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2019 Austin Moto3 WUP Result: Fenati Finds The Front

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Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 55 Romano FENATI Honda 2'18.262    
2 44 Aron CANET KTM 2'18.564 0.302 0.302
3 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda 2'18.648 0.386 0.084
4 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda 2'18.805 0.543 0.157
5 17 John MCPHEE Honda 2'19.012 0.750 0.207
6 19 Gabriel RODRIGO Honda 2'19.049 0.787 0.037
7 21 Alonso LOPEZ Honda 2'19.087 0.825 0.038
8 42 Marcos RAMIREZ Honda 2'19.136 0.874 0.049
9 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI Honda 2'19.137 0.875 0.001
10 79 Ai OGURA Honda 2'19.146 0.884 0.009
11 84 Jakub KORNFEIL KTM 2'19.151 0.889 0.005
12 13 Celestino VIETTI KTM 2'19.154 0.892 0.003
13 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Honda 2'19.194 0.932 0.040
14 22 Kazuki MASAKI KTM 2'19.212 0.950 0.018
15 7 Dennis FOGGIA KTM 2'19.220 0.958 0.008
16 5 Jaume MASIA KTM 2'19.437 1.175 0.217
17 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda 2'19.444 1.182 0.007
18 40 Darryn BINDER KTM 2'19.899 1.637 0.455
19 25 Raul FERNANDEZ KTM 2'19.914 1.652 0.015
20 27 Kaito TOBA Honda 2'20.256 1.994 0.342
21 11 Sergio GARCIA Honda 2'20.357 2.095 0.101
22 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM 2'20.388 2.126 0.031
23 12 Filip SALAC KTM 2'20.886 2.624 0.498
24 61 Can ONCU KTM 2'21.278 3.016 0.392
25 54 Riccardo ROSSI Honda 2'21.579 3.317 0.301
26 81 Aleix VIU KTM 2'21.705 3.443 0.126
27 76 Makar YURCHENKO KTM 2'21.937 3.675 0.232
28 77 Vicente PEREZ KTM 2'22.388 4.126 0.451
29 69 Tom BOOTH-AMOS KTM 2'23.709 5.447 1.321
Round Number: 
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2019
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