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In the warm-up, Vinales is once again the fastest, with Marquez the closest

In the warm-up, Vinales is once again the fastest, with Marquez the closest

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Maverick Vinales, after winning the best starting position for the Grand Prix of the Americas and winning Saturday's MotoGP sprint race, also set the fastest warm-up time before the main race. Once again, compatriot Marc Marquez on Ducati came closest to him, while Raul Fernandez achieved an excellent third time. Jorge Martin was fourth and Alex Marquez fifth, while Pedro Acosta finished the race preparations in sixth place. The seventh and eighth times were set by KTM factory team racers Brad Binder and Jack Miller, and we also saw Franco Morbidelli and Aleix Espargaro in the top ten. Enea Bastianini was behind Vinales' time by 0.999 seconds, while current world champion Pecco Bagnaia was only fifteenth.
Marquez was only slightly injured in a serious fall during the warm-up

Marquez was only slightly injured in a serious fall during the warm-up

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Marc Marquez's Honda nightmare continues. The Spaniard, who already recorded four falls at the German GP this weekend, fell again in the morning warm-ups before the race. Fortunately, the seemingly terrifying fall did not end with serious injuries, so the eight-time world champion will still be able to participate in the race for the German Grand Prix. https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/1670339223411470336 The Honda rider was taken to the medical center after the fall, where the examination showed a broken bone in the index finger of his left hand, and the doctors allowed him to participate in today's race. https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/1670338403462676481
Jorge Martin the fastest in the warm-ups

Jorge Martin the fastest in the warm-ups

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Pramac Ducati rider Jorge Martin was fastest in the morning warm-ups before the Japanese GP. During the warm-up, the racers mainly focused on the choice of tire compound, most of them compared the soft and the front hard rear tire, and some also tried the hard. One of them was Marc Marquez, who tried hard front and rear tires towards the end, but crashed in turn nine on a fast lap. Fabio Quartararo, who starts the race from ninth place, was fastest for a while with a combination of hard front and medium hard rear, but Jack Miller with both hard tires, Jorge Martin with hard-soft, and Francesco Bagnaia with hard-hard were very close. . Martin set the best time in the last attempt, 0.285 seconds ahead of Quartararo, third and fourth were
Peace fastest on warm-ups

Peace fastest on warm-ups

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Joan Mir was the fastest in the morning warm-ups before the last MotoGP race of the 2021 season in Valencia. Pol Espargaro missed the qualifiers after falling in the third practice, although he was not seriously injured and will also miss the race, as he and the Repsol Honda team are focusing on two days of testing in Jerez. https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/1459809526610370568 The Repsol Honda team will not have any racers in today's race and the season is over for them. Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda) put the second warm-up time ahead of Alex Rins and Francesco Bagnaio. Johann Zarco also finished the warm-up in the top five. Valentino Rossi, who is saying goodbye to MotoGP racing after the race, was 1459778124523053056th. https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/XNUMX
JACK MILLER fastest at HEATING before the race

JACK MILLER fastest at HEATING before the race

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Ducati racer Jack Miller was the fastest in the morning warm-ups before the race for the Portuguese GP. Second was Fabio Quartararo, who will start the race from the best starting position, and third was current world champion Joan Mir. https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/1383705362059038728 Marc Marquez spent most of the warm-ups in the garage as he didn’t want to put too much strain on his right arm, in which he felt a loss of strength after Friday’s training sessions and qualifiers.