Marco Bezzecchi set the fastest time (1:45.354) in the rainy morning warm-up before the main race in Argentina. Teammate Luca Marini managed to get the closest to him with second place. Third was Jack Miller ahead of Fabio Di Giannantoni, Franco Morbidelli and Takaaki Nakagami. https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/1642512457200541699 Overall leader Francesco Bagnaia set the seventh time ahead of Augusto Fernandez. Fabio Quartararo and Raul Fernandez completed the top ten. Alex Rins finished right behind him in eleventh place, Pramac team racers took twelfth and thirteenth place. Jorge Martin was faster than Johann Zarco. The Aprilia racers were also more careful on the wet asphalt. Aleix Espargaro finished in fourth place
Alex Marquez set the fastest time of the morning warm-up in Portimao (1:38.719). Fabio Quartararo finished in second place. The day did not start well for the French racer, as he stopped the warm-up lap due to technical problems at the track. https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/1639914971965300737 Marc Marquez set the third time ahead of Jorge Martin, Jack Miller and Miguel Oliveira. The winner of yesterday's sprint race, Francesco Bagnaia, set the seventh time. The top ten was completed by Brad Binder, Marco Bezzecchi and Aleix Espargaro. https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/1639911952372695042 https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/1639912328207400961
Enea Bastianini set the fastest morning warm-up time (1: 54.519). With second place, Johann Zarco managed to get closer to him. Aleix Espargaro placed third ahead of Miguel Oliveiro and last season's best players Fabio Quartararo and Francesco Bagnaio. The fastest from yesterday’s qualifiers Jorge Martin set the seventh time. Franco Morbidelli also finished in the top ten, alongside Suzuki, Rins in front of Mir. Marc Marquez felt the hardness of the Qatari asphalt for the first time this weekend in the tenth turn. Nevertheless, he was able to continue and set the eleventh time. Takaaki Nakagami and Alex Marquez finished just behind him. We saw two more falls - Raul Fernandez and Fabio Di Giannantonio. The Spaniard in the fourth and the Italian in the first turn. As many as 20 racers j
Takaaki Nakagami set the fastest morning warm-up time in this time sunny Misano. Nevertheless, the track is still wet in some parts in the morning. Second place this time was taken by Francesco Bagnaia ahead of Jack Miller and Franco Morbidelli. The fifth time put Iker Lecuon ahead of Alex Marquez and Paul Espargaro. Johann Zarco finished eighth and Marc Marquez and Joan Mir finished ten. World Championship leader Fabio Quartararo set the eleventh time.
Honda LCR racer Takaaki Nakagami was the fastest in the morning warm-ups before the MotoGP class race for the San Marino GP in Misano. Second was 0.071 seconds behind Franco Morbidelli, who will also start the race from second place. Suzuki racers Joan Mir and Alex Rins finished third and fourth, ahead of Francesco Bagnaio and world championship leader Fabio Quartararo. Seventh was in a very even warm-up, where twenty racers, Johann Zarco, were placed within a second, ahead of Andrea Dovizios and Alex Marquez. Miguel Oliveira was the highest-ranked rider on a KTM motorcycle in tenth place, trailing by 0.328 seconds.
Fabio Quartararo set the fastest morning warm-up time before today’s race. The newcomer in the MotoGP class was best approached by the current world champion Marc Marquez, who was 0,142 seconds behind him. Quartararo and teammate Morbidelli led most of the warm-up before Pol Espargaro took the lead for a short time seven minutes before the end. The French racer set the fastest time right at the end just like his Marc Marquez. Pol Espargaro thus fell to third place and finished ahead of Cal Crutchlow and Maverick Vinales, who otherwise finished training with a fall in the third turn. Andrea Dovizioso was more than half a second behind in sixth place. Franco Morbidelli slipped to eighth place by the end. Jack Miller also finished in the top ten
Danilo Petrucci finished at the top of the warm-up with a time of 1: 54.807 before today's first race of the season. At the end, Marc Marquez was the closest to him, 0,057 seconds behind him. Alex Rins was the last to fall below the 1:54.943 mark with a time of 1: 55 in third place. The best from yesterday's qualifiers, Maverick Vinales, was just three tenths of a second behind the leader in fourth place. Just behind him, Yamaha semi-factory racer Franco Morbidelli finished. Takaaki Nakagami finished sixth ahead of two Ducati racers, Andrea Dovizios and Jack Miller, and the Espargaro brothers finished ten, Aleix ahead of Polo. Valentino Rossi, who disappointed yesterday in qualifying, was eleventh with a lag of 0,751 seconds. Jorge Lorenzo, who fell twice yesterday j
Marc Marquez set the fastest morning warm-up time before the race in Misano and finished just in front of both Ducati factory racers. The Spaniard set the fastest time of 1: 32.536 three minutes before the end of the twenty-minute warm-up, thus overtaking Andrea Doviziso by 0,028 seconds, and Jorge Lorenzo set the third time. Cal Crutchlow was fourth in fourth place to drop below the 1: 33.0 mark. The fifth time was set by second from yesterday’s qualifiers Jac Miller, who finished ahead of Dani Pedrosa and Maverick Vinales. Home trump Valentino Rossi finished 0,978th, 1 seconds behind Marco Marquez. Pos. # Racer Motorcycle Time Lag 93 1 Marc Marquez Honda 32.536'2 4 1 Andrea Dovizioso Ducati 32.564'0.028 3 99 XNUMX Jorg
Marc Marquez was the fastest on the rainy morning warm-up before the San Marino GP. The Honda racer was almost a second faster than his rivals on the wet track, and in the last fast lap he fell again. Fortunately, he was not injured this time either. The Spaniard was followed by three racers in Ducati. Danilo Petrucci, Loris Baz and Jorge Lorenzo, who was 1.110 seconds behind Marquez. Fifth was Cal Crutchlow ahead of Andrea Iannone and Maverick Vinales, who will start the race from first place. Andrea Dovizioso, Sam Lowes and Scott Redding were also in the top ten.