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2017 Qatar MotoGP Thursday Round Up: Rain, An Unbeatable Viñales, And Weird Aero

Racing is back. No more messing about trying to extrapolate data points from testing to hypothetical performance on race weekends. This is a race weekend. Now, we have actual data from free practice to extrapolate data points from to hypothetical performance during the actual race. Yes, it sounds identical, yet it is subtly different. There are only three more sessions of free practice, qualifying, and then the warm up before the race. No more engine updates, no time to test new parts. Only time to nail down a decent set up and give it everything you've got, or "my 100%", as non-native English speakers like to say.

The MotoGP field were lucky to get a session of free practice in. The weather in Qatar has been extremely unstable, and storms keep blowing in and out of the peninsula. The possibility of rain has caused a bevy of emergency measures to be taken. Previously, racing in the wet had been regarded as impossible, due to the reflection of the floodlights on the wet surface, but last month, FIM and Dorna safety representatives Franco Uncini and Loris Capirossi did some laps of the track at night.

Capirossi and Uncini decided that the track is safe enough to ride, even in the wet. But the race would only happen if the riders had all had time on a wet track under the floodlights, to judge the situation for themselves. "[Capirossi] has been behind a car," Cal Crutchlow said on Wednesday. "But it's different when there are 23 people on the grid. A lot more can happen."

Can't stand the rain

So an emergency schedule was drawn up for Thursday. If it rained, an extra session of practice would be scheduled for MotoGP, so that all three classes would have two sessions, with at least one in the wet. Michelin had already brought wet tires to the circuit, but the decision to have the Moto2 and Moto3 classes race in the wet had been taken very late. Dunlop flew wets into Qatar, but they were held up in customs. They got to the track in the end, but it was a close run thing.

Rain tires went unused, as it happened. Leaden skies and blustery winds threatened the circuit all day and through the evening. The wind was a real issue, especially for the Moto3 bikes during FP2, but it never managed to halt proceedings. And it didn't rain. What that means for the rest of the weekend is a mystery. Forecasts are all over the place, and as always in unstable weather, highly unreliable. This looks like a situation which will be taken day by day.

The on-track action was more than worth the wait. Philipp Oettl topped the first Moto3 session, while Bo Bendsneyder was quickest in the second. Tom Luthi went quickest in the first session for Moto2, but crashed in the second, letting Pecco Bagnaia take top spot in the second. An impressive showing for Bagnaia, as the Italian is a rookie in the Moto2 class. Just as impressive was Fabio Quartararo, who ended the second session in third. A German, a Dutchman, an Italian, and a Swiss rider: it is safe to say that the days when a single nation dominated all three classes are behind us.

Blowing the rest away

The Spanish domination persists in MotoGP, however, though it was far from monotonous. Maverick Viñales took another step towards eliminating all doubt about his status as a genuine title contender. Viñales was quicker than everyone by a significant margin in race trim, then destroyed the rest when he switched to a soft rear tire.

Despite conditions being worse than during the test, Viñales improved his time from the test, lapped under the race lap record (and Jorge Lorenzo's pole time from last season) and got within four tenths of Lorenzo's pole record from 2008. Lorenzo set that time on special super-soft Michelin qualifying tires. Viñales set his time on a soft race tire, capable of fifteen or twenty laps.

There is a real performance gap at the front. Viñales ended up nearly six tenths faster than Marc Márquez, the man who is to be his main rival for this season. Dani Pedrosa follows in third, three tenths behind his Repsol Honda teammate. Pedrosa, in turn, is nearly four tenths quicker than the fourth place man, the astounding Jonas Folger. The gap from first to third is 0.894 seconds, the gap to fourth is 1.271 seconds.

Spread out, then close together

Behind the top three, the situation is reversed. The difference between Jonas Folger in fourth and Andrea Dovizioso in eleventh is just 0.286 seconds, or less than three tenths. The gap that separates Maverick Viñales and Dani Pedrosa, first to third, is roughly equal to the gap between Jonas Folger in fourth and Alex Rins in eighteenth, just nine tenths of a second.

The gap to eleventh was particularly frustrating for Dovizioso. The Ducati man was the only rider not to fit soft tires, and found himself stranded in eleventh, just one thousandth of a second behind Aleix Espargaro. Should the weather take a turn for the worse on Friday, he will find himself out of the top ten, and forced to go through Q1. "I take full responsibility for the decision," Dovizioso told the Italian media. He had elected to continue working on race pace, conditions being similar to what we might expect on Sunday. The Italian is gambling on the weather holding, knowing he has a lot more pace up his sleeve.

Confidence trick

The real revelation of FP1 is that Maverick Viñales' pace is no illusion. He is blisteringly fast, and in the zone. "When I do my best on this bike I go really fast," he told reporters. "When you feel like this, and you have confidence in the front you can push. Everything was working good." There are still details to work on, especially in electronics, but he is pretty much ready to race as he is.

The danger when riders get so deep into their comfort zone is overconfidence. When everything is clicking so perfectly, riders can often overlook the danger lurking in hidden corners of the track. "I push 100% today. The same tomorrow and the next day. I always want to push," Viñales said. But that can be a risk, as Jorge Lorenzo found out in 2013, when a run of outstanding results and a fantastic feeling with the bike lured him into taking just a little bit too much risk in the wet.

But Viñales has a wise head on young shoulders. "You know, I’m that type of rider that, when the track is not good, I don’t risk. I want to bring back the bike to the box," he said. He knows when to push, it seems, but he is also all too aware of what stepping over the limit is.

Engines and electronics

Can Marc Márquez stop Viñales? The Repsol Honda rider was happy enough at the end of the first day, despite the major deficit to the Movistar Yamaha. "We started the weekend better than we finished the test," he said. "We changed something on the bike and I feel better, more comfortable."

That setup change had helped Márquez cope with the new Honda engine. At the Qatar test, the Honda riders had collectively settled on the latest (Sepang) version of the RC213V big bang engine, and now the riders and teams were learning to deal with it. That meant adapting riding style, but it also meant working on electronics looking for improvement. "On corner entry, I try not to be fast like last year," Márquez explained. "I try to sacrifice the brake point a bit to use more corner speed. There is a little bit more corner speed with this engine, but at the moment, we cannot really use it, because the exit is still not correct."

That is mostly a matter of electronics. "This is our problem with regards to the bike," Cal Crutchlow explained. "We again haven't figured out the electronics to make the best out of the bike with this engine. So when it does happen, hopefully it will be better. But it will be more like last year, it will come stronger in the middle to the end of the year. The problem is we don't have time to wait. But it's competitive, which is not too bad."

Dani Pedrosa chipped in along the same lines. "We still have to learn more about the bike. We’re still in the development period in understanding the new bike. With no race done, you know some tires are different this year. This counts." A new engine needs different engine mappings, and different engine braking settings, and different traction control settings, and each of these has an effect on the tires. With the tires changed from 2016, a point of reference is lost, and though the difference between the tires from last year and this year is only small, it adds an extra complicating factor into calibrating tire wear. Motorcycle racing remains a tangled web of interconnected factors.

Fast Folger

The big surprise of the day was Jonas Folger, who finished in fourth. Or perhaps we shouldn't be so surprised when the Monster Tech 3 rider is fast, as he has demonstrated his speed throughout preseason testing. The German was phlegmatic at the end of the day. "I'm not surprised because we already did that lap time. We went fast already in testing. At the moment I'm happy, but not surprised." The bike needed a little bit more work, but Folger was struggling especially with the wind. It was pushing the bike wide on corner exit, making wheelies much harder to handle.

Rossi's rubber

With Folger in fourth and his teammate Johann Zarco in eighth, that made Valentino Rossi the last Yamaha rider. The Italian finished nearly a second and a half behind his Movistar Yamaha teammate, a huge gap. He had struggled in the first part of the session with the tires, the softer rubber and construction of the Michelin front punishing his style on corner entry. The bike was moving around a lot, robbing him of entry speed, which also cost him mid corner.

Rossi had expressed his displeasure with the tire from the first time he used it. "But it looks like the other riders like it, so these are the tires we have," he said. He is not entirely alone in struggling with the front tire, as both Marc Márquez and Cal Crutchlow have similar problems. Any rider loading the front through heavy braking is in the same boat. Unfortunately for them, they are the exception, rather than the rule.

But Rossi remained optimistic. At the end of the session, they had found a modification which had helped, and worked with the soft tire to improve grip. Rossi's concern remains the medium tire, and whether the setup change will also work with the medium tire, which is almost certain to be the one they use in the race.

Lorenzo's Bologna Challenge

Jorge Lorenzo finished in fifth in his first official session on the Factory Ducati. More importantly, he finished as first Ducati, and well ahead of his former teammate and arch rival Valentino Rossi. But he was still far from satisfied, as the improvement had only really come with the soft tire. The setup he and his crew had found with the bike worked well with the soft tire, but the soft dropped off after only a couple of laps. With the hard tire, he simply did not feel he was competitive.

Lorenzo is still struggling with braking. He is not as fast as the other Ducatis on corner entry, though he is good once he gets to mid corner. The issue is that the way the weight transfers was not allowing him to slow the bike with the rear. "For the moment, the transfer is too aggressive so I don’t use the rear tire to stop the bike," Lorenzo said. "We need to try and have more confidence when braking on the rear, to trust more the bike when braking, and also in the entry of the corner." The less rear grip there is, the worse the problem is.

Lorenzo had tested a thumb brake setup again on Thursday. Though 'thumb brake' is really a misnomer: it is a setup similar to that used by Andrea Dovizioso, a second, smaller brake lever on the left handlebar used to activate the rear brake. That, though, is not used on corner entry, but rather in the middle of the corner, to help get the bike turned. Dovizioso uses it because he moves the ball of his foot onto the footpeg before entering right-hand corners, and cannot move his foot to brake. Lorenzo brakes less mid corner, and so gains much less from it. He said he will not test it again on Friday. "We have bigger things to focus on at this moment."

The mystery of aerodynamics

People were surprised not to see Ducati use their "hammerhead" fairing at Qatar, after all the hype surrounding it at the test. That immediately set the paddock abuzz with gossip. Had they homologated it at all? Had they abandoned the project? What of the packages of Yamaha, Honda, Aprilia? They had also used their standard fairings. Had they missed an opportunity?

Crash.net's Peter McLaren went in search of answers, and found them from Danny Aldridge, MotoGP's Technical Director. The Suzuki had used their aerodynamics package, and so we knew that they had homologated their fairing. But what about the others? Aldridge (rightly) would not reveal whether other factories had homologated fairings, but he did explain the situation.

Firstly, every manufacturer has one fairing from 2016 they are allowed to use, as long as it does not have winglets attached. Next, each manufacturer had to present one fairing for homologation purposes to Aldridge at Qatar, or forfeit the the chance of an upgrade. Each factory is allowed only one upgrade during the year, but if they did not homologate a fairing at Qatar, that would leave them with only the 2016 fairing, until they brought something new.

But just because they have homologated a fairing does not mean they will actually have to use it. Ducati chose not to use the hammerhead fairing because they had found during the test that it was producing too much drag on the main straight, and they were not gaining enough in acceleration to counteract what they were losing on the straight. Other manufacturers must have felt the same way, as everyone except Suzuki had used a standard fairing.

Suzuki were using their aerodynamics package, but Aldridge also revealed that the ducts containing the aerodynamic vanes were in fact removable. What that means is that it is a "two-in-one" fairing: Suzuki can either run it with the ducts fitted, and use it as an aerodynamics package. Or they can remove the ducts, and use it as a standard fairing. Whether they had stolen the idea from Honda is unknown. But it is likely that more factories will go down this path.


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2017 Qatar Moto2 FP2 Result: Bagnaia Leads Second Session

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Pecco Bagnaia has topped the timesheets in only his second ever free practice session in the Moto2 class. The Sky VR46 rider put in a late charge to dislodge Taka Nakagami from the top of the timesheets, who just inched ahead of Fabio Quartararo. With Bagnaia and Quartararo in first and third, that puts two of the Moto2 rookies in the top three.

Tom Luthi had led for the early part of the session, at a track where he is traditionally strong, but a crash at Turn 2 - the most common spot for riders to go down - left him off the track for most of the rest of the session. He ended the session in fourth, just ahead of Luca Marini and Alex Marquez.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 42 Francesco Bagnaia Kalex 2'00.793    
2 30 Takaaki Nakagami Kalex 2'00.874 0.081 0.081
3 40 Fabio Quartararo Kalex 2'00.880 0.087 0.006
4 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex 2'00.916 0.123 0.036
5 10 Luca Marini Kalex 2'00.922 0.129 0.006
6 73 Alex Marquez Kalex 2'00.937 0.144 0.015
7 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 2'00.981 0.188 0.044
8 19 Xavier Simeon Kalex 2'01.017 0.224 0.036
9 23 Marcel Schrotter Suter 2'01.078 0.285 0.061
10 44 Miguel Oliveira KTM 2'01.113 0.320 0.035
11 21 Franco Morbidelli Kalex 2'01.113 0.320  
12 9 Jorge Navarro Kalex 2'01.234 0.441 0.121
13 52 Danny Kent Suter 2'01.263 0.470 0.029
14 97 Xavi Vierge Tech 3 2'01.413 0.620 0.150
15 24 Simone Corsi Speed Up 2'01.435 0.642 0.022
16 55 Hafizh Syahrin Kalex 2'01.456 0.663 0.021
17 87 Remy Gardner Tech 3 2'01.456 0.663  
18 11 Sandro Cortese Suter 2'01.513 0.720 0.057
19 49 Axel Pons Kalex 2'01.558 0.765 0.045
20 41 Brad Binder KTM 2'01.615 0.822 0.057
21 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex 2'01.776 0.983 0.161
22 32 Isaac Viñales Kalex 2'01.836 1.043 0.060
23 77 Dominique Aegerter Suter 2'01.859 1.066 0.023
24 2 Jesko Raffin Kalex 2'01.905 1.112 0.046
25 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Kalex 2'01.919 1.126 0.014
26 68 Yonny Hernandez Kalex 2'02.027 1.234 0.108
27 54 Mattia Pasini Kalex 2'02.231 1.438 0.204
28 57 Edgar Pons Kalex 2'02.296 1.503 0.065
29 60 Julian Simon Kalex 2'02.374 1.581 0.078
30 88 Ricard Cardus Speed Up 2'02.484 1.691 0.110
31 62 Stefano Manzi Kalex 2'03.553 2.760 1.069
32 8 Saeed Al Sulaiti Speed Up 2'03.564 2.771 0.011
33 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 2'03.638 2.845 0.074
34 96 Nasser Al Malki Speed Up 2'06.235 5.442 2.597

 

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2017 Qatar Moto3 FP2 Result: Bendsneyder Leads Bulega

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Bo Bendsneyder has topped the timesheets in the second session of practice for the Moto3 class. The lanky Dutchman put in a fast lap towards the end of the session that would not be challenged at the end, in conditions which were significantly more difficult than FP1, the wind having picked up significantlly.

Nicolo Bulega took second place, despite getting limited track time after crashing at the start of the session. He was quickly up to speed once he got back out on track, and closed FP2 three tenths behind Bendsneyder. Sky VR46 teammate Andrea Migno finished in third, just six thousandths of a second  behind Bulega, and two tenths ahead of Bendsneyder's Red Bull KTM Ajo teammate Niccolo Antonelli. Antonelli was also a crasher, though he fell at the end of the session, rather than the beginning. Jorge Martin was fifth quickest, and the first Honda rider.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 64 Bo Bendsneyder KTM 2'07.955    
2 8 Nicolo Bulega KTM 2'08.262 0.307 0.307
3 16 Andrea Migno KTM 2'08.268 0.313 0.006
4 23 Niccolò Antonelli KTM 2'08.476 0.521 0.208
5 88 Jorge Martin Honda 2'08.495 0.540 0.019
6 5 Romano Fenati Honda 2'08.522 0.567 0.027
7 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Honda 2'08.660 0.705 0.138
8 36 Joan Mir Honda 2'08.669 0.714 0.009
9 44 Aron Canet Honda 2'08.736 0.781 0.067
10 17 John Mcphee Honda 2'08.760 0.805 0.024
11 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 2'08.763 0.808 0.003
12 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 2'08.849 0.894 0.086
13 58 Juanfran Guevara KTM 2'08.853 0.898 0.004
14 7 Adam Norrodin Honda 2'08.860 0.905 0.007
15 75 Albert Arenas Mahindra 2'09.009 1.054 0.149
16 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Mahindra 2'09.081 1.126 0.072
17 84 Jakub Kornfeil Peugeot 2'09.129 1.174 0.048
18 71 Ayumu Sasaki Honda 2'09.167 1.212 0.038
19 40 Darryn Binder KTM 2'09.266 1.311 0.099
20 33 Enea Bastianini Honda 2'09.301 1.346 0.035
21 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 2'09.431 1.476 0.130
22 95 Jules Danilo Honda 2'09.529 1.574 0.098
23 42 Marcos Ramirez KTM 2'09.574 1.619 0.045
24 27 Kaito Toba Honda 2'10.099 2.144 0.525
25 6 Maria Herrera KTM 2'10.184 2.229 0.085
26 12 Marco Bezzecchi Mahindra 2'10.207 2.252 0.023
27 11 Livio Loi Honda 2'10.269 2.314 0.062
28 96 Manuel Pagliani Mahindra 2'10.326 2.371 0.057
29 41 Nakarin Atiratphuvapat Honda 2'11.066 3.111 0.740
30 4 Patrik Pulkkinen Peugeot 2'13.058 5.103 1.992
  19 Gabriel Rodrigo KTM      

 

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2017 Qatar MotoGP FP1 Result: Viñales Destroys The Field

Maverick Viñales has not just picked up where he left off during testing, but picked it up a notch as well. The Movistar Yamaha rider led for most of the session, only relinquishing top spot for a few minutes towards the end of the session as the other riders started chasing a fast lap. But as the final minutes ticked away, Viñales laid down a couple of punishing laps, to seize control of the session. His fastest lap wa sa 1'54.319, a hundredth of a second faster than his best lap at the test in Qatar two weeks ago.

Marc Marquez was forced to settle for second, his best lap nearly six tenths slower than Viñales, though his pace was much closer to the Yamaha rider's. Marquez finished three tenths ahead of his Repsol Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa, the Spanish veteran clearly invigorated over the off season.

Jonas Folger has been the revelation of the off season, and he has carried that speed into the first session of practice. Folger finished the session in fourth, four tenths behind Pedrosa, and a fraction of a second ahead of Jorge Lorenzo on the Ducati. Loris Baz pushed for a quick lap at the very end, jumping up to sixth place, just ahead of Cal Crutchlow on the LCR Honda. Crutchlow had a difficult start to the season, forced to pull over at the start after oil appeared on his boot, then appearing to suffer something similar towards the end.

Johann Zarco took eighth in the session, joining his Tech 3 teammate in the top ten, and ending just seven thousandths ahead of Valentino Rossi in ninth. Rossi had a tough start, struggling to find some pace and only getting into the top ten at the very end. Aleix Espargaro rounds out the top ten on the Aprilia.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 25 Maverick Viñales Yamaha 1'54.316    
2 93 Marc Marquez Honda 1'54.912 0.596 0.596
3 26 Dani Pedrosa Honda 1'55.210 0.894 0.298
4 94 Jonas Folger Yamaha 1'55.587 1.271 0.377
5 99 Jorge Lorenzo Ducati 1'55.607 1.291 0.020
6 76 Loris Baz Ducati 1'55.624 1.308 0.017
7 35 Cal Crutchlow Honda 1'55.639 1.323 0.015
8 5 Johann Zarco Yamaha 1'55.792 1.476 0.153
9 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'55.799 1.483 0.007
10 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 1'55.872 1.556 0.073
11 4 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati 1'55.873 1.557 0.001
12 45 Scott Redding Ducati 1'56.000 1.684 0.127
13 29 Andrea Iannone Suzuki 1'56.027 1.711 0.027
14 19 Alvaro Bautista Ducati 1'56.128 1.812 0.101
15 17 Karel Abraham Ducati 1'56.399 2.083 0.271
16 9 Danilo Petrucci Ducati 1'56.419 2.103 0.020
17 43 Jack Miller Honda 1'56.453 2.137 0.034
18 42 Alex Rins Suzuki 1'56.502 2.186 0.049
19 53 Tito Rabat Honda 1'56.725 2.409 0.223
20 8 Hector Barbera Ducati 1'56.725 2.409  
21 44 Pol Espargaro KTM 1'57.630 3.314 0.905
22 22 Sam Lowes Aprilia 1'57.887 3.571 0.257
23 38 Bradley Smith KTM 1'58.114 3.798 0.227

 

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2017 Qatar Moto2 FP1 Result: Luthi Edges Nakagami

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Tom Luthi has made good on his status as Moto2 championship favorite, ending the first session of free practice for the intermediate class at Qatar. Luthi led a very close field, Taka Nakagami ending second, just eight hundredths of a second behind Luthi, and less than six hundredths ahead of Miguel Oliveira on the KTM. 

The Marc VDS riders finished the session in fourth and fifth, Franco Morbidelli ahead of Alex Marquez, while Mattia Pasini took sixth spot. Danny Kent was the first Suter home, setting the eighth fastest time, after missing most of the first session with technical problems, and riding without a front mudguard to attempt to combat engine overheating.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Diff Previous
1 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex 2'00.422    
2 30 Takaaki Nakagami Kalex 2'00.502 0.080 0.080
3 44 Miguel Oliveira KTM 2'00.555 0.133 0.053
4 21 Franco Morbidelli Kalex 2'00.602 0.180 0.047
5 73 Alex Marquez Kalex 2'00.648 0.226 0.046
6 54 Mattia Pasini Kalex 2'00.866 0.444 0.218
7 49 Axel Pons Kalex 2'00.907 0.485 0.041
8 52 Danny Kent Suter 2'01.016 0.594 0.109
9 40 Fabio Quartararo Kalex 2'01.056 0.634 0.040
10 10 Luca Marini Kalex 2'01.120 0.698 0.064
11 11 Sandro Cortese Suter 2'01.226 0.804 0.106
12 42 Francesco Bagnaia Kalex 2'01.237 0.815 0.011
13 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 2'01.261 0.839 0.024
14 23 Marcel Schrotter Suter 2'01.282 0.860 0.021
15 9 Jorge Navarro Kalex 2'01.303 0.881 0.021
16 55 Hafizh Syahrin Kalex 2'01.351 0.929 0.048
17 77 Dominique Aegerter Suter 2'01.381 0.959 0.030
18 41 Brad Binder KTM 2'01.455 1.033 0.074
19 87 Remy Gardner Tech 3 2'01.467 1.045 0.012
20 2 Jesko Raffin Kalex 2'01.533 1.111 0.066
21 97 Xavi Vierge Tech 3 2'01.681 1.259 0.148
22 32 Isaac Viñales Kalex 2'01.769 1.347 0.088
23 19 Xavier Simeon Kalex 2'01.886 1.464 0.117
24 60 Julian Simon Kalex 2'01.903 1.481 0.017
25 68 Yonny Hernandez Kalex 2'01.951 1.529 0.048
26 57 Edgar Pons Kalex 2'02.106 1.684 0.155
27 24 Simone Corsi Speed Up 2'02.231 1.809 0.125
28 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Kalex 2'02.425 2.003 0.194
29 88 Ricard Cardus Speed Up 2'02.453 2.031 0.028
30 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 2'02.635 2.213 0.182
31 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex 2'03.028 2.606 0.393
32 62 Stefano Manzi Kalex 2'03.949 3.527 0.921
33 8 Saeed Al Sulaiti Speed Up 2'04.012 3.590 0.063
34 96 Nasser Al Malki Speed Up 2'05.506 5.084 1.494

 

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2017 Qatar Moto3 FP1 Result: Oettl Takes First Blood

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Despite the threat of poor weather, the 2017 season has got underway at Qatar on a dry track and with no threat of rain, as yet. The Moto3 riders were the first to take to the track, with KTM rider Bo Bendsneyder leading for most of the session. The Dutchman was only bounced from the top of the standings at the very end, when first Joan Mir, and then Phillip Oettl took over at the top.

Oettl ended the session fastest, though still a second and a half off the circuit record time. Mir finished in second, a quarter of a second behind the German, while Gabriel Rodrigo put his KTM into third spot. Juanfran Guevara ended the session in fourth place, ahead of the returning Romano Fenati, who also had a strong first session. Bendsneyder eventually ended up with the seventh fastest time, within half a second of Oettl.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Diff Previous
1 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 2'06.981    
2 36 Joan Mir Honda 2'07.239 0.258 0.258
3 19 Gabriel Rodrigo KTM 2'07.380 0.399 0.141
4 58 Juanfran Guevara KTM 2'07.388 0.407 0.008
5 5 Romano Fenati Honda 2'07.414 0.433 0.026
6 42 Marcos Ramirez KTM 2'07.426 0.445 0.012
7 64 Bo Bendsneyder KTM 2'07.432 0.451 0.006
8 71 Ayumu Sasaki Honda 2'07.810 0.829 0.378
9 23 Niccolò Antonelli KTM 2'07.816 0.835 0.006
10 7 Adam Norrodin Honda 2'07.856 0.875 0.040
11 8 Nicolo Bulega KTM 2'07.898 0.917 0.042
12 44 Aron Canet Honda 2'07.910 0.929 0.012
13 11 Livio Loi Honda 2'08.126 1.145 0.216
14 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Honda 2'08.150 1.169 0.024
15 12 Marco Bezzecchi Mahindra 2'08.202 1.221 0.052
16 88 Jorge Martin Honda 2'08.223 1.242 0.021
17 84 Jakub Kornfeil Peugeot 2'08.279 1.298 0.056
18 16 Andrea Migno KTM 2'08.388 1.407 0.109
19 95 Jules Danilo Honda 2'08.405 1.424 0.017
20 17 John Mcphee Honda 2'08.407 1.426 0.002
21 75 Albert Arenas Mahindra 2'08.525 1.544 0.118
22 6 Maria Herrera KTM 2'08.527 1.546 0.002
23 40 Darryn Binder KTM 2'08.740 1.759 0.213
24 27 Kaito Toba Honda 2'08.750 1.769 0.010
25 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Mahindra 2'08.870 1.889 0.120
26 33 Enea Bastianini Honda 2'08.952 1.971 0.082
27 96 Manuel Pagliani Mahindra 2'09.061 2.080 0.109
28 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 2'09.106 2.125 0.045
29 41 Nakarin Atiratphuvapat Honda 2'09.318 2.337 0.212
30 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 2'10.454 3.473 1.136
31 4 Patrik Pulkkinen Peugeot 2'11.242 4.261 0.788

 

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2017 Qatar Moto2 Test Final Times: Morbidelli Fastest On Sunday, Nakagami Quickest Overall

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Franco Morbidelli and Taka Nakagami cemented their status as Moto2 front runners at the Qatar Moto2 test, Morbidelli ending the final day of testing as fastest, Nakagami leaving Qatar as fastest rider overall.

Though the Moto2 class didn't suffer as much with the wind as the Moto3 machines, the intermediate class had the worst of the weather on Sunday. Rain started falling at the end of the final Moto3 session, causing the final Moto2 session to be canceled. That left Morbidelli as fastest on the Marc VDS Kalex, ahead of Miguel Oliveira on the KTM, and Tom Luthi on the Interwetten Kalex. Nobody improved their time on the final day of the test, Saturday having had the best of the weather.

Taka Nakagami was quickest over all three days, though his advantage over Morbidelli was small. Morbidelli's teammate Alex Marquez ended as third quickest overall, ahead of Hafizh Syahrin and Miguel Oliveira.

With testing over, the teams head back to their hotels for a few days of rest before the season starts in earnest. On Thursday, at 6pm local time, the Moto3 riders take to the track for the first session of free practice, and the 2017 MotoGP season will be underway at last.

Combined times from the entire test
Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 30 Takaaki Nakagami Kalex 2:00.187    
2 21 Franco Morbidelli Kalex 2:00.240 0.053 0.053
3 73 Alex Márquez Kalex 2:00.427 0.240 0.187
4 55 Hafizh Syahrin Kalex 2:00.771 0.584 0.344
5 44 Miguel Oliveira KTM 2:00.861 0.674 0.090
6 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex 2:00.901 0.714 0.040
7 40 Fabio Quartararo Kalex 2:01.071 0.884 0.170
8 97 Xavi Vierge Tech 3 2:01.126 0.939 0.055
9 52 Danny Kent Suter 2:01.236 1.049 0.110
10 49 Axel Pons Kalex 2:01.252 1.065 0.016
11 23 Marcel Schrotter Suter 2:01.268 1.081 0.016
12 9 Jorge Navarro Kalex 2:01.296 1.109 0.028
13 11 Sandro Cortese Suter 2:01.311 1.124 0.015
14 60 Julian Simon Kalex 2:01.375 1.188 0.064
15 10 Luca Marini Kalex 2:01.436 1.249 0.061
16 2 Jesko Raffin Kalex 2:01.444 1.257 0.008
17 19 Xavier Simeon Kalex 2:01.510 1.323 0.066
18 32 Isaac Viñales Kalex 2:01.510 1.323 0.000
19 42 Francesco Bagnaia Kalex 2:01.513 1.326 0.003
20 54 Mattia Pasini Kalex 2:01.643 1.456 0.130
21 41 Brad Binder KTM 2:01.814 1.627 0.171
22 24 Simone Corsi Speed Up 2:01.883 1.696 0.069
23 77 Dominique Aegerter Suter 2:01.938 1.751 0.055
24 68 Yonny Hernandez Kalex 2:01.967 1.780 0.029
25 87 Remy Gardner Tech 3 2:01.967 1.780 0.000
26 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 2:02.035 1.848 0.068
27 45 Tetsuata Nagashima Kalex 2:02.184 1.997 0.149
28 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Kalex 2:02.255 2.068 0.071
29 95 Mashel Al Naimi Speed Up 2:02.525 2.338 0.270
30 57 Edgar Pons Kalex 2:02.736 2.549 0.211
31 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 2:02.870 2.683 0.134
32 62 Stefano Manzi Kalex 2:03.891 3.704 1.021
33 91 Saeed Al Sulaiti Speed Up 2:04.662 4.475 0.771
 
Combined times from Sunday
Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 21 Franco Morbidelli Kalex 2:00.971    
2 44 Miguel Oliveira KTM 2:01.255 0.284 0.284
3 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex 2:01.304 0.333 0.049
4 19 Xavier Simeon Kalex 2:01.544 0.573 0.240
5 42 Francesco Bagnaia Kalex 2:01.618 0.647 0.074
6 55 Hafizh Syahrin Kalex 2:01.629 0.658 0.011
7 40 Fabio Quartararo Kalex 2:01.808 0.837 0.179
8 97 Xavi Vierge Tech 3 2:01.862 0.891 0.054
9 49 Axel Pons Kalex 2:01.879 0.908 0.017
10 73 Alex Márquez Kalex 2:01.882 0.911 0.003
11 9 Jorge Navarro Kalex 2:01.914 0.943 0.032
12 52 Danny Kent Suter 2:01.943 0.972 0.029
13 87 Remy Gardner Tech 3 2:01.967 0.996 0.024
14 10 Luca Marini Kalex 2:02.054 1.083 0.087
15 2 Jesko Raffin Kalex 2:02.114 1.143 0.060
16 45 Tetsuata Nagashima Kalex 2:02.232 1.261 0.118
17 24 Simone Corsi Speed Up 2:02.251 1.280 0.019
18 23 Marcel Schrotter Suter 2:02.305 1.334 0.054
19 11 Sandro Cortese Suter 2:02.317 1.346 0.012
20 60 Julian Simon Kalex 2:02.452 1.481 0.135
21 41 Brad Binder KTM 2:02.592 1.621 0.140
22 30 Takaaki Nakagami Kalex 2:02.642 1.671 0.050
23 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 2:02.697 1.726 0.055
24 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Kalex 2:02.768 1.797 0.071
25 77 Dominique Aegerter Suter 2:02.960 1.989 0.192
26 54 Mattia Pasini Kalex 2:02.966 1.995 0.006
27 68 Yonny Hernandez Kalex 2:02.989 2.018 0.023
28 57 Edgar Pons Kalex 2:03.243 2.272 0.254
29 32 Isaac Viñales Kalex 2:03.251 2.280 0.008
30 95 Mashel Al Naimi Speed Up 2:03.741 2.770 0.490
31 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 2:04.185 3.214 0.444
32 91 Saeed Al Sulaiti Speed Up 2:04.731 3.760 0.546
33 62 Stefano Manzi Kalex 2:06.055 5.084 1.324

 

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2017 Qatar Moto3 Test Final Times: Fenati Leaves As Fastest

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Romano Fenati leaves the Moto3 test in Qatar as fastest rider overall. The Rivacold Snipers Team rider barely circulated on the final day of the test, but his time from Saturday was good enough to top the overall timesheets, and lead a Honda clean sweep going into the first race.

Fenati wasn't the only rider not to put in too many laps on Sunday. The weather, and especially the strong winds, made riding difficult for the Moto3 riders, the bikes being tossed around by strong gusts. That meant that none of the Moto3 riders improved their times on Sunday, the overall times a reflection of the times from Saturday. Fenati leads a trio of Hondas, Jorge Martin in second and Aron Canet in third, with less than six hundredths of a second separating them.

Though the times were much slower on Sunday, Juanfran Guevara ended the day as fastest overall, the RBA KTM rider nearly two tenths quicker than Japanese rider Ayumu Sasaki on the SIC Racing Team Honda. Gabriel Rodrigo was third quickest, while Bo Bendsneyder ended Sunday in fourth.

Combined times after all three days of the test
Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 5 Romano Fenati Honda 2:06.690    
2 88 Jorge Martin Honda 2:06.729 0.039 0.039
3 44 Aron Canet Honda 2:06.749 0.059 0.020
4 19 Gabriel Rodrigo KTM 2:06.957 0.267 0.208
5 11 Livio Loi Honda 2:07.068 0.378 0.111
6 8 Nicolo Bulega KTM 2:07.086 0.396 0.018
7 71 Ayumu Sasaki Honda 2:07.140 0.450 0.054
8 23 Niccolo Antonelli KTM 2:07.150 0.460 0.010
9 58 Juanfran Guevara KTM 2:07.162 0.472 0.012
10 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 2:07.176 0.486 0.014
11 84 Jakub Kornfeil Peugeot 2:07.192 0.502 0.016
12 17 John McPhee Honda 2:07.327 0.637 0.135
13 64 Bo Bendsneyder KTM 2:07.339 0.649 0.012
14 36 Joan Mir Honda 2:07.418 0.728 0.079
15 42 Marcos Ramirez KTM 2:07.558 0.868 0.140
16 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 2:07.628 0.938 0.070
17 16 Andrea Migno KTM 2:07.634 0.944 0.006
18 27 Kaito Toba Honda 2:07.717 1.027 0.083
19 95 Jules Danilo Honda 2:07.808 1.118 0.091
20 6 Maria Herrera KTM 2:07.856 1.166 0.048
21 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Mahindra 2:07.883 1.193 0.027
22 7 Adam Norrodin Honda 2:07.894 1.204 0.011
23 40 Darryn Binder KTM 2:07.905 1.215 0.011
24 41 Nakarin Atiraphuvapat Honda 2:08.036 1.346 0.131
25 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 2:08.037 1.347 0.001
26 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Honda 2:08.074 1.384 0.037
27 75 Albert Arenas Mahindra 2:08.234 1.544 0.160
28 96 Manuel Pagliani Mahindra 2:08.260 1.570 0.026
29 12 Marco Bezzecchi Mahindra 2:08.499 1.809 0.239
30 33 Enea Bastianini Honda 2:08.713 2.023 0.214
31 4 Patrik Pulkkinen Peugeot 2:10.508 3.818 1.795
 
Combined times from Sunday
Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 58 Juanfran Guevara KTM 2:07.649    
2 71 Ayumu Sasaki Honda 2:07.825 0.176 0.176
3 19 Gabriel Rodrigo KTM 2:08.103 0.454 0.278
4 64 Bo Bendsneyder KTM 2:08.269 0.620 0.166
5 5 Romano Fenati Honda 2:08.296 0.647 0.027
6 11 Livio Loi Honda 2:08.379 0.730 0.083
7 36 Joan Mir Honda 2:08.393 0.744 0.014
8 8 Nicolo Bulega KTM 2:08.542 0.893 0.149
9 42 Marcos Ramirez KTM 2:08.592 0.943 0.050
10 40 Darryn Binder KTM 2:08.599 0.950 0.007
11 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 2:08.728 1.079 0.129
12 23 Niccolo Antonelli KTM 2:08.733 1.084 0.005
13 17 John McPhee Honda 2:08.877 1.228 0.144
14 16 Andrea Migno KTM 2:09.464 1.815 0.587
15 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 2:09.590 1.941 0.126
16 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 2:09.600 1.951 0.010
17 75 Albert Arenas Mahindra 2:09.609 1.960 0.009
18 12 Marco Bezzecchi Mahindra 2:09.664 2.015 0.055
19 84 Jakub Kornfeil Peugeot 2:09.726 2.077 0.062
20 7 Adam Norrodin Honda 2:09.820 2.171 0.094
21 95 Jules Danilo Honda 2:09.924 2.275 0.104
22 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Honda 2:09.983 2.334 0.059
23 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Mahindra 2:10.231 2.582 0.248
24 41 Nakarin Atiraphuvapat Honda 2:10.662 3.013 0.431
25 27 Kaito Toba Honda 2:11.846 4.197 1.184
26 6 Maria Herrera KTM 2:12.667 5.018 0.821
27 4 Patrik Pulkkinen Peugeot 2:12.707 5.058 0.040
28 96 Manuel Pagliani Mahindra 2:14.726 7.077 2.019
 
Session 9
Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 58 Juanfran Guevara KTM 2:07.649    
2 71 Ayumu Sasaki Honda 2:07.825 0.176 0.176
3 64 Bo Bendsneyder KTM 2:08.269 0.620 0.444
4 19 Gabriel Rodrigo KTM 2:08.320 0.671 0.051
5 11 Livio Loi Honda 2:08.379 0.730 0.059
6 42 Marcos Ramirez KTM 2:08.592 0.943 0.213
7 40 Darryn Binder KTM 2:08.599 0.950 0.007
8 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 2:08.728 1.079 0.129
9 23 Niccolo Antonelli KTM 2:09.298 1.649 0.570
10 16 Andrea Migno KTM 2:09.464 1.815 0.166
11 17 John McPhee Honda 2:09.512 1.863 0.048
12 75 Albert Arenas Mahindra 2:09.609 1.960 0.097
13 12 Marco Bezzecchi Mahindra 2:09.664 2.015 0.055
14 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 2:09.941 2.292 0.277
15 95 Jules Danilo Honda 2:09.944 2.295 0.003
16 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Honda 2:09.991 2.342 0.047
17 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Mahindra 2:10.507 2.858 0.516
18 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 2:11.032 3.383 0.525
19 6 Maria Herrera KTM 2:12.667 5.018 1.635
20 4 Patrik Pulkkinen Peugeot 2:12.823 5.174 0.156

 

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2017 Qatar Moto2 Test Sunday FP7 & FP8 Times: Morbidelli Leads Again

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While the high winds which have battered the Losail International Circuit on Sunday have badly hampered the Moto3 class, the larger, heavier Moto2 bikes have had less trouble with the wind. After the first two sessions of the last day of the test, Franco Morbidelli is once again the fastest man in the Moto2 class. The Marc VDS rider was quickest in the second session, nearly three tenths quicker than Miguel Oliveira had been on the KTM in the first session of the day.

Tom Luthi is third quickest overall so far, ahead of Xavier Simeon on the Tasca Racing Kalex. Pecco Bagnaia set the fifth quickest time, ahead of Hafizh Syahrin, who was faster in the first session.

With rain now falling at the track, any further action looks unlikely. The teams will have to go back to their hotels and see what can be learned ahead of the opening of the 2017 MotoGP season on Thursday.

Times from the first two sessions for Moto2:

Session 8
Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 21 Franco Morbidelli Kalex 2:00.971    
2 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex 2:01.304 0.333 0.333
3 19 Xavier Simeon Kalex 2:01.544 0.573 0.240
4 42 Francesco Bagnaia Kalex 2:01.618 0.647 0.074
5 40 Fabio Quartararo Kalex 2:01.808 0.837 0.190
6 97 Xavi Vierge Tech 3 2:01.862 0.891 0.054
7 9 Jorge Navarro Kalex 2:01.914 0.943 0.052
8 87 Remy Gardner Tech 3 2:01.967 0.996 0.053
9 55 Hafizh Syahrin Kalex 2:02.033 1.062 0.066
10 44 Miguel Oliveira KTM 2:02.047 1.076 0.014
11 73 Alex Márquez Kalex 2:02.096 1.125 0.049
12 2 Jesko Raffin Kalex 2:02.114 1.143 0.018
13 45 Tetsuata Nagashima Kalex 2:02.232 1.261 0.118
14 24 Simone Corsi Speed Up 2:02.251 1.280 0.019
15 49 Axel Pons Kalex 2:02.255 1.284 0.004
16 10 Luca Marini Kalex 2:02.278 1.307 0.023
17 11 Sandro Cortese Suter 2:02.362 1.391 0.084
18 60 Julian Simon Kalex 2:02.452 1.481 0.090
19 41 Brad Binder KTM 2:02.592 1.621 0.140
20 30 Takaaki Nakagami Kalex 2:02.642 1.671 0.050
21 52 Danny Kent Suter 2:02.795 1.824 0.153
22 23 Marcel Schrotter Suter 2:02.824 1.853 0.029
23 68 Yonny Hernandez Kalex 2:03.228 2.257 0.404
24 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Kalex 2:03.378 2.407 0.150
25 57 Edgar Pons Kalex 2:03.393 2.422 0.015
26 77 Dominique Aegerter Suter 2:03.606 2.635 0.213
27 32 Isaac Viñales Kalex 2:03.625 2.654 0.019
28 95 Mashel Al Naimi Speed Up 2:03.741 2.770 0.116
29 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 2:04.477 3.506 0.736
30 91 Saeed Al Sulaiti Speed Up 2:04.731 3.760 0.254
31 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 2:04.782 3.811 0.051
 
Session 7
Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 44 Miguel Oliveira KTM 2:01.255    
2 21 Franco Morbidelli Kalex 2:01.609 0.354 0.354
3 55 Hafizh Syahrin Kalex 2:01.629 0.374 0.020
4 19 Xavier Simeon Kalex 2:01.788 0.533 0.159
5 49 Axel Pons Kalex 2:01.879 0.624 0.091
6 73 Alex Márquez Kalex 2:01.882 0.627 0.003
7 52 Danny Kent Suter 2:01.943 0.688 0.061
8 9 Jorge Navarro Kalex 2:02.038 0.783 0.095
9 10 Luca Marini Kalex 2:02.054 0.799 0.016
10 40 Fabio Quartararo Kalex 2:02.059 0.804 0.005
11 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex 2:02.094 0.839 0.035
12 23 Marcel Schrotter Suter 2:02.305 1.050 0.211
13 11 Sandro Cortese Suter 2:02.317 1.062 0.012
14 2 Jesko Raffin Kalex 2:02.545 1.290 0.228
15 41 Brad Binder KTM 2:02.601 1.346 0.056
16 97 Xavi Vierge Tech 3 2:02.688 1.433 0.087
17 45 Tetsuata Nagashima Kalex 2:02.691 1.436 0.003
18 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri Kalex 2:02.697 1.442 0.006
19 89 Khairul Idham Pawi Kalex 2:02.768 1.513 0.071
20 87 Remy Gardner Tech 3 2:02.843 1.588 0.075
21 24 Simone Corsi Speed Up 2:02.887 1.632 0.044
22 77 Dominique Aegerter Suter 2:02.960 1.705 0.073
23 54 Mattia Pasini Kalex 2:02.966 1.711 0.006
24 68 Yonny Hernandez Kalex 2:02.989 1.734 0.023
25 42 Francesco Bagnaia Kalex 2:03.163 1.908 0.174
26 57 Edgar Pons Kalex 2:03.243 1.988 0.080
27 32 Isaac Viñales Kalex 2:03.251 1.996 0.008
28 30 Takaaki Nakagami Kalex 2:03.314 2.059 0.063
29 60 Julian Simon Kalex 2:04.004 2.749 0.690
30 95 Mashel Al Naimi Speed Up 2:04.013 2.758 0.009
31 5 Andrea Locatelli Kalex 2:04.185 2.930 0.172
32 91 Saeed Al Sulaiti Speed Up 2:05.088 3.833 0.903
33 62 Stefano Manzi Kalex 2:06.055 4.800 0.967

 

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2017 Qatar Moto3 Test Sunday FP7 & FP8 Times: Rodrigo Fastest In Limited Action

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High winds are plaguing the Losail International Circuit on the last day of the Qatar Moto2 and Moto3 test, wreaking special havoc on the Moto3 bikes, making it hard for them to set a time. The first session saw little action, especially as there were also drops of rain about. More bikes took to the track in the second session, in which Gabriel Rodrigo set the quickest time of the day so far. But Rodrigo's time is a second and a half off the times of yesterday, meaning the test has been less than productive.

Lightning has been spotted over the circuit, meaning that there is a very good chance the final session will have to be abandoned.

Times after the first two sessions for the Moto3 class:

Session 8
Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 19 Gabriel Rodrigo KTM 2:08.103    
2 5 Romano Fenati Honda 2:08.296 0.193 0.193
3 36 Joan Mir Honda 2:08.393 0.290 0.097
4 8 Nicolo Bulega KTM 2:08.542 0.439 0.149
5 23 Niccolo Antonelli KTM 2:08.733 0.630 0.191
6 65 Philipp Oettl KTM 2:08.771 0.668 0.038
7 17 John McPhee Honda 2:08.877 0.774 0.106
8 64 Bo Bendsneyder KTM 2:08.984 0.881 0.107
9 58 Juanfran Guevara KTM 2:09.068 0.965 0.084
10 40 Darryn Binder KTM 2:09.493 1.390 0.425
11 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 2:09.590 1.487 0.097
12 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 2:09.600 1.497 0.010
13 84 Jakub Kornfeil Peugeot 2:09.726 1.623 0.126
14 11 Livio Loi Honda 2:09.757 1.654 0.031
15 7 Adam Norrodin Honda 2:09.820 1.717 0.063
16 71 Ayumu Sasaki Honda 2:09.876 1.773 0.056
17 75 Albert Arenas Mahindra 2:09.889 1.786 0.013
18 95 Jules Danilo Honda 2:09.924 1.821 0.035
19 16 Andrea Migno KTM 2:09.955 1.852 0.031
20 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Honda 2:09.983 1.880 0.028
21 42 Marcos Ramirez KTM 2:10.023 1.920 0.040
22 48 Lorenzo Dalla Porta Mahindra 2:10.231 2.128 0.208
23 41 Nakarin Atiraphuvapat Honda 2:10.662 2.559 0.431
24 12 Marco Bezzecchi Mahindra 2:11.356 3.253 0.694
25 27 Kaito Toba Honda 2:11.846 3.743 0.490
26 4 Patrik Pulkkinen Peugeot 2:12.707 4.604 0.861
27 96 Manuel Pagliani Mahindra 2:14.726 6.623 2.019
 
Session 7
Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 36 Joan Mir Honda 2:11.871    
2 95 Jules Danilo Honda 2:12.730 0.859 0.859
3 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 2:13.033 1.162 0.303
4 11 Livio Loi Honda 2:13.826 1.955 0.793
5 42 Marcos Ramirez KTM 2:13.959 2.088 0.133
6 27 Kaito Toba Honda 2:15.049 3.178 1.090
7 84 Jakub Kornfeil Peugeot 2:15.612 3.741 0.563
8 14 Tony Arbolino Honda 2:16.568 4.697 0.956
9 41 Nakarin Atiraphuvapat Honda 2:17.374 5.503 0.806

 

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