Aragon MotoGP Quote Machine Qualifying: Pol Es Out With Broken Wrist


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GP of Aragon – Qualifying Classification:

1. Marc MARQUEZ Repsol Honda Team 1’47.009
2. Fabio QUARTARARO Petronas Yamaha SRT 1’47.336 0.327 / 0.327
3. Maverick VIÑALES Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 1’47.472 0.463 / 0.136
4. Jack MILLER Pramac Racing 1’47.658 0.649 / 0.186
5. Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia Racing Team Gresini 1’47.733 0.724 / 0.075
6. Valentino ROSSI Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 1’48.015 1.006 / 0.282
7. Cal CRUTCHLOW LCR Honda CASTROL 1’48.322 1.313 / 0.307
8. Franco MORBIDELLI Petronas Yamaha SRT 1’48.372 1.363 / 0.050
9. Joan MIR Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 1’48.458 1.449 / 0.086
10. Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati Team 1’48.608 1.599 / 0.150
11. Andrea IANNONE Aprilia Racing Team Gresini 1’49.240 2.231 / 0.632
12. Pol ESPARGARO Red Bull KTM Factory Racing NTS
13. Alex RINS Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 1’48.449 Q1
14. Takaaki NAKAGAMI LCR Honda IDEMITSU 1’48.477 Q1
15. Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati Team 1’48.682 Q1
16. Francesco BAGNAIA Pramac Racing 1’48.748 Q1
17. Miguel OLIVEIRA Red Bull KTM Tech 3 KTM 1’48.827 Q1
18. Tito RABAT Reale Avintia Racing 1’48.916 Q1
19. Mika KALLIO Red Bull KTM Factory Racing. 1’49.085 Q1
20. Jorge LORENZO Repsol Honda Team 1’49.282 Q1
21. Hafizh SYAHRIN Red Bull KTM Tech 3 1’49.315 Q1
22. Karel ABRAHAM Reale Avintia Racing 1’49.517 Q1
23. Bradley SMITH Aprilia Racing Team 1’49.756 Q1

 

MotoGP

Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) showed no signs of letting go of his stranglehold on the Gran Premio Michelin® de Aragon on Saturday afternoon, with the reigning Champion taking his 61st premier class pole position in 122 races – taking him back to an incredible 50% ratio. It’s his fifth pole at MotorLand, although Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT) kept pulses racing until right at the end of the session as he set three red sectors in a row, only losing out in the final part of the lap. He’ll start second, with Maverick Viñales (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) completing the front row.

The promised – or threatened, depending on perspective – rain came down on Saturday morning, but it didn’t stay around too long. It was enough to put paid to anyone’s chance of improving their lap time in FP3 however, with the likes of Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) therefore sure of a trip to Q1. And in Q1 it was a surprise to see the Suzuki man knocked out, with Franco Morbidelli (Petronas Yamaha SRT) taking to the top and joined in Q2 by an impressive Andrea Iannone (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini).

With Q2 underway – featuring two Aprilias for the first time in MotoGP™ – the fastest laptime cycled through a few different names before Marquez’ second lap shot him to the top, deposing Quartararo, who had deposed Viñales.

On their second runs, Viñales struck back against Quartararo but the gap to Marquez remained over four tenths…made even worse as the number 93 crossed the line only just behind Viñales’ Yamaha and improved his time even further. It seemed like all was said and done in the fight for pole after that show of pace, but Quartararo had other ideas.

On his final flying lap, the rookie was over a tenth in the red after the first split. Were we about to witness one of the upsets of the season? After the second split, the 20-year-old’s advantage was hovering around a tenth and at the third, there was nothing to choose between Quartararo and Marquez. With only the final sector to go – one that’s been tougher for the Yamaha – could ‘El Diablo’ keep those few thousandths? In the end, he couldn’t, with Marquez secure on pole – but Quartararo will line up second after taking an awesome eighth front row start of his rookie season, edging ahead of Viñales to make it two Yamahas joining the Repsol Honda on the front row.

Jack Miller (Pramac Racing) took P4 and heads up Row 2 as the highest-placed Ducati rider, with Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini) putting in a blinder to take P5 and Aprilia’s best qualifying since Japan 2017. Nine-time World Champion Valentino Rossi (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) managed to launch himself from the lower echelons on his final run, with the ‘Doctor’ taking P6 as he completes the second row.

Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda Castrol) spearheads Row 3, the British rider leading Q1 pacesetter Morbidelli and Joan Mir (Team Suzuki Ecstar), with the Suzuki-riding rookie out-qualifying teammate Rins for the second time this year despite a crash in FP4.

Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) completes the top ten after a tougher day at the office, with Andrea Iannone battling through the pain barrier after his crash at Misano to take P11.

Pol Espargaro (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing), meanwhile, crashed in FP4 and suffered a fractured left wrist, meaning the number 44 will sadly miss the rest of his home Grand Prix. That will move Rins up to P12, with Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda Castrol) and Danilo Petrucci (Ducati Team) just behind.

Can anyone beat Marquez in Aragon? Some of the men with the best pace start close to the reigning Champion on Sunday. Tune in for the MotoGP™ race at the slightly earlier time of 13:00 (GMT +2) to find out…

Repsol Honda

Nine in 2019 as marvellous Marquez takes home pole

Marc Marquez continued to show he’s the man to beat in Aragon with a dominating display in Qualifying. Jorge Lorenzo plans his comeback from 19th.

Overnight rain and brief shower in the morning made for a tricky morning session with no rider able to improve their times. Jorge Lorenzo was one of several riders to make the most of the conditions, ending the damp Free Practice 3 session in 16th after 13 laps while Marc Marquez opted to only head out for a practice start.

Fortunately, the predicted rain did not return and an ambient temperature of 27°C and a track at 39°C awaited the MotoGP field come Qualifying. Having again shown unrivalled pace throughout Free Practice 4, the World Championship leader was immediately fast in Q2 and set a 1’47.009 as the benchmark for the session. The time was all he needed to secure his ninth pole position of 2019 from 14 races, the 89th pole from 200 GP starts.

After showing progress in the morning, Jorge Lorenzo immediately improved his best lap time in Q1. Despite losing FP3 to weather conditions, Lorenzo and his Repsol Honda Team were able to improve his feeling on the bike. A 1’49.282 saw Lorenzo secure 20th on the grid, promoted to 19th after an unfortunate fall for Pol Espargaro saw him ruled out of the weekend. As in previous races, Lorenzo is aiming to keep a consistent pace and work his way forward.

Sunday’s 23-lap MotoGP race in Aragon will begin at the revised time of 13:00 Local Time as Marc Marquez makes his 200th start in Grand Prix racing – becoming the youngest rider to do so.

Marc Marquez
1st 1’47.009

“I feel really good this weekend, much better than in Misano. Pole position was important but it’s true that the fastest lap of the weekend was in FP1! I expected more from the second run but I made a couple of mistakes. I knew I had to control the risk a little bit as the wind direction had changed today and it was more disturbing than yesterday. In FP4 I had a strong rhythm and this is the most important point. The Yamaha riders aren’t far and we have to keep an eye on the weather, so still there is a lot that could happen.”

Jorge Lorenzo
20th 1’49.282

“Our position isn’t fantastic but our feeling and the gap to first is better than yesterday, this is certainly a positive. Each session I have been able to improve and my pace is quite constant. In Qualifying we were able to go fast with the first tyre but I wasn’t able to go any faster with the soft front. I think the medium will be the choice for the race so we can keep improving.”

Yamaha

MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA TO START ARAGON ATTACK FROM 1ST AND 2ND ROW

Aragon (Spain), 21st September 2019

GRAND PRIX OF ARAGÓN

QUALIFYING

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP’s Maverick Viñales withstood the heat of a sizzling Q2 session in Aragon, securing third place on the front row. Valentino Rossi made a big step on his second run, taking sixth place on the second row for tomorrow’s Gran Premio Michelin de Aragón.

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP’s Maverick Viñales had to go all out in a sunny qualifying session at the MotorLand Aragón to secure himself a second consecutive front-row start. Valentino Rossi was unable to climb up the order on his first Q2 run but turned it all around on his second outing, securing sixth place on the second row of the grid.

Viñales had been consistently strong in all free practice sessions and was keen on putting his speed to the test in Q2. He let most of the riders exit pit lane before he stepped aboard his YZR-M1 to set a flying lap, and posted a 1’48.159s for provisional pole. Knowing the times would drop, the Spaniard kept pushing. He improved his time but found himself in fourth place as he headed back to the pit box for fresh tyres.

With about four minutes remaining, the local hero was back on track. It was not before long that the number-12 rider was setting personal best sectors to take over second place with a 1’47.472s. Unable to get another fast lap in, he ended the session in third place, 0.463s from pole.

Rossi was on the same strategy as his team-mate. With clear space ahead of him on track he got into time-attack mode immediately. He stuck his Yamaha in sixth place on his first try, but the level of the session kept rising. The Italian improved his time on his next lap but was down to tenth place as he ended his first run.

With six minutes left on the clock, the Doctor pulled up to the pit garage for a quick stop before commencing his second run. Pushing 100 per cent, he was flashing all orange sectors on his next attempt, producing a 1’48.015s. It was his last fast lap and it briefly moved him up to fifth. He ultimately finished in sixth place, 1.006s from first.

“Today was not very straightforward, because the weather and track conditions changed a bit since the rain in the early morning. That said, our plan to be inside the top 10 after yesterday‘s FP2 worked in our favour because it gave Maverick and Valentino direct placement into Q2. This allowed us to focus on working on the bike and the new parts during today‘s free practice sessions. We are feeling quite positive about our performances today, considering our priorities. Starting from the first two rows was our goal, and that‘s what we achieved. But there‘s still some room for improvement for tomorrow and we will put a lot of effort into it tonight. We will use the Warm Up to check what we’re able to do and to make a final decision on the tyres.”

MAVERICK VIÑALES

“Honestly, the qualifying has been quite good because I felt good with the bike straight away. We need to keep working and keep this momentum going. This year we have different lap times than last year. Our main rival is faster, the others remain similar, and we are getting closer. This is a track where we struggle a lot – especially in sector 4 with all the long straights – but tomorrow we have a chance to fight at the front, and we will try our best. The action will happen in the first laps, so I will try to be at the front, and then we‘ll see. It‘s going to be difficult. The rear tyre is still a bit of a question mark, we will try to choose the best one.”

VALENTINO ROSSI

“At the end the results are not so bad. When you start from the first two rows it means that you can do a good race, because you’re not so far from the pole position. The guys in front are all strong and also our pace is quite good. We still have to work. Today we tried some different things in FP4. To fight for the podium, I need a bit more speed, a few tenths, but we’ll try because we’re not far from the front. I did a good lap, it wasn’t so bad. I made one or two small mistakes, so I could have done a 1’47s, but it wouldn’t have improved my position so it’s OK.”

KTM

 

Kallio 18th on the Aragon GP grid as Espargaro awaits updates on left wrist injury
MotoGP 2019 – Round 14, MotorLand Aragon (ESP)

Red Bull KTM’s Mika Kallio will resume his career as a MotoGP racer by setting off from 18th position with the KTM RC16 for Sunday’s Gran Premio de Michelin Aragon. Sadly Pol Espargaro will miss round fourteen after a crash in FP4 led to a fractured left wrist and the Spaniard left the MotorLand circuit Saturday afternoon for further consultation in Barcelona.

Red Bull KTM suffered a setback with an unfortunate highside for Pol Espargaro during the sunny Free Practice 4 session. The Catalan had entered Q2 directly after promising pace throughout Free Practice and was consistently inside or near the top five of the MotoGP class. The 28 year old crashed entering Turn 9 and immediately held his left wrist. A fractured radius bone was diagnosed at the circuit and Espargaro elected to travel back to Barcelona for further check-ups and a decision over surgery. The eventual course of action will affect recovery time and his fitness for the next round in Thailand in two weeks.

Mika Kallio rounded the quick and challenging curves of MotorLand to secure 18th spot on the grid. The Finn, who has clocked an eye-catching 3rd best chrono in the damp FP3 morning session, set his time in the dry Q1 and for what was his first taste of MotoGP action since the German Grand Prix at Sachsenring last year.

Red Bull KTM Tech3’s Miguel Oliveira was less than two tenths of a second quicker than his new brandmate and will start 16th for the 23 lap chase at 13.00 tomorrow. Hafizh Syahrin will launch from 20th position.

Mika Kallio: “It has been a couple of exciting days and this was actually my first qualification since Barcelona [2018]. I wasn’t completely ready and it wasn’t easy to come up to the level where the other guys are for just a few laps. For sure I still need to improve a lot. My speed over the long run is not that bad and my feeling on the bike is good but we need to get the rear grip a bit better for tomorrow. It’s been a long time but it’s nice to get out there and to be close to the other guys. I hope we can bring the bike into the points and I am quite confident that we can be competitive for the race.”

Mike Leitner, Red Bull KTM Team Manager: “The day started quite well because we were looking to Q2 with Pol and a good position on the grid. FP3 was wet so the riders didn’t have much chance to improve the bike but Mika did really well to make the 3rd best lap. We had to try tyres and our plan was the soft and hard with Pol but he crashed on his out-lap with the hard. It’s bad because it looks like there is a fracture in the left wrist but we’ll know the full plan and the next steps once the results come through from Barcelona. He’s unfit for the race and we can only wish him all the best for the moment. Mika did his first qualification for a long, long time. The lap-time was not bad but the level of the riders at round fourteen is really high for someone just coming in. Anyway, he has good race pace so we’ll see the outcome of the grand prix tomorrow.”

Miguel Oliveira: “It has been a tough Qualifying day. This morning we started in mixed conditions, we did some changes on the bike and I felt good. For some reason we could not make the soft tyre work, to be honest, our race pace looks actually better than the time attack so let’s hope for a strong start tomorrow and then I can do a good race.”

Hafizh Syahrin: “On my second outing in Qualifying I felt much better than on the first one, I went out of the box and I just had good sensations. Unfortunately, I came into traffic when I tried to go faster, so I couldn’t improve more. Anyway, we try to do our best tomorrow. I hope I can have a decent Warm Up tomorrow morning and then we’ll see what we can do in the race.”

Moto2 & Moto3

Red Bull KTM Ajo’s Brad Binder will roll his KTM into 3rd place and the front row (for the third time in 2019) for tomorrow’s Moto2 Grand Prix. Teammate Jorge Martin was 14th fastest. In Moto3 Sterilgarda Max Racing Team’s Aron Canet clinched his second Pole Position of the season and was the first of four KTM riders in the top five. This year’s Red Bull Rookies Cup Champion Carlos Tatay was a surprise 3rd and was followed by Jakub Kornfeil and Celestino Vietti.

Races: September 22nd, 2019 – Moto3 11.20 | MotoGP 13.00 | Moto2 14.30 CET

Results Qualifying MotoGP MotorLand Aragon 2019

1. Marc Marquez (ESP), Honda 1:47.009
2. Fabio Quartararo (FRA), Yamaha +0.327
3. Maverick Viñales (ESP), Yamaha +0.463
4. Jack Miller (ITA), Yamaha +0.649
5. Aleix Espagaro (ESP) Aprilia +0.724
12. Pol Espargaro (ESP), Red Bull KTM (no time set)
17. Miguel Oliveira (POR), Red Bull KTM Tech3 1:48.827 (Q1)
19. Mika Kallio (FIN), Red Bull KTM 1:49.315 (Q1)
21. Hafizh Syahrin (MYS), Red Bull KTM Tech3 1:49.315 (Q1)

LCR

CRUTCHLOW ON THE THIRD ROW IN ARAGON

Cal Crutchlow qualified in seventh position for the Grand Prix of Aragon but admits there is still work to do if he’s to be challenging at the front of the field on Sunday. Sitting seventh overnight, the LCR Honda CASTROL rider maintained his position to ensure a third row start, but is looking to improve ahead of the race at MotorLand Aragon.

With overnight rain ensuring Friday’s lap times would not be bettered, the Briton was already assured of his spot in Q2. His preparations for race pace did not go to plan in FP4 as he ended in 16th, but he was still able to secure a creditable position in Q2 as he looks to sign off in style ahead of the flyaway races.

Cal Crutchlow – 7th
(1’48.322 – lap 7 of 7)

“I thought yesterday I could (get in the battle for second behind Marc Marquez), but today it seemed a little bit more difficult for some reason. We changed the bike which we thought would be for the better, and it felt worse, then when we got to yesterday’s bike it didn’t feel great either. I didn’t have a good FP4 when we used a used tyre, but I still should have been faster than I was, so we need to improve to be in that battle. It seems the other guys around us made a step and we didn’t. We qualified in seventh, but we’re too far behind third and fourth – normally you can say you made a mistake or you know where you need to improve, but I don’t really understand where we can gain that amount of time. But in the race is a different story, we’ll have to try and be patient and have a good race.”

 

Petronas Yamaha

PETRONAS Yamaha Sepang Racing Team rider Fabio Quartararo has secured yet another front-row starting position in his rookie season, qualifying second for tomorrow’s Gran Premio de Aragon. Team-mate Franco Morbidelli also had a strong day at the MotorLand Aragon circuit, ending up eighth after progressing from Q1, with both riders now targeting top-five finishes in tomorrow’s race.

Quartararo added to his tally of front-row qualifying positions to take his total up to eight at the end of the session, setting a lap in the final seconds of Q2 to jump up the grid for tomorrow’s 23-lap race. Securing a strong position in the starting order means Quartararo is confident that he can add to his tally of four podium finishes tomorrow.

Morbidelli also had a strong qualifying at Aragon despite having to progress through Q1. The #21 rider was able to top the first session to secure his passage through to Q2 and go on to set the eighth-fastest time. Still hoping to find a little more from the Yamaha YZR-M1 in tomorrow morning’s warm-up, Morbidelli is confident that he can get stuck into the battle for the top five again.

The action at MotorLand Aragon concludes tomorrow, with Sunday’s 23-lap race at the Gran Premio de Aragon getting underway at 1300 local time (1900 Malaysian time).

Morbidelli: I’m quite satisfied because it’s always nice to reach the top ten and it wasn’t easy to go through Q1. There were many top riders in the session, but I managed to jump up to Q2. We didn’t have incredible speed in the second qualifying session, but we were good enough for the third row. We have to focus on ourselves tomorrow and ride our own race whilst trying to squeeze every bit of potential out of the bike. There are some other areas to work on and improve, so we’ll do that in the morning in warm-up and then hopefully fight for the top five in the race.”

Quarta: “Honestly I didn’t expect such a good lap time, but I was on the limit at the end of qualifying! I set a good time on my first run, but I knew it was important to be on the front row for the race. We knew that it would be really difficult to take pole position from Marc [Marquez], so second was the target and the team and I did a really good job together to make it happen. Marc’s on another level here compared to everyone else, but we’ll go into the race with an open mind and try to do our best.”

 

Ducati

MotoGP | Saturday 21 September 2019

Fourth and fifth row starts for the Ducati Team riders after qualifying for the Gran Premio Michelin de Aragón: Andrea Dovizioso tenth and Danilo Petrucci fifteenth at the MotorLand circuit

Andrea Dovizioso is set to start the GP Michelin de Aragón from row 4 after recording the tenth fastest time of 1’48.608 in Q2, while his team-mate Danilo Petrucci, who was unable to get through from Q1 – in which he was fifth with a time of 1’48.682 – will start tomorrow’s race from row 5 together with Rins and Nakagami.

This morning the FP3 session was held on a damp track surface, which partially dried out towards the end, but no rider succeeded in improving on his times from FP2 yesterday afternoon, which as a result was the session that decided the top 10 riders to go through directly into Q2.

Andrea Dovizioso (#04 Ducati Team) – 1’48.608 (10th)
“It’s really a pity because I made a mistake on my good lap: I went wide at Turn 12 and off the track. I think I could have set a time that would have put me on the second row, and that would have helped matters a lot because we have the pace to fight for the podium. Starting from behind complicates the situation a bit more, but I’m confident: tomorrow morning we’ll continue to work during the warm-up and then it will be a good start that could make all the difference.”

Danilo Petrucci (#9 Ducati Team) – 1’48.682 (15th)
“I’m still not able to ride my bike the way I want. I’m also trying to modify my riding style but I’m some way behind and am simply not fast enough: in particular I’m not able to get the best out of the new tyres, but I’m more confident about the race pace, even though starting so far behind certainly doesn’t help and I haven’t got the speed to stay at the front. In any case tomorrow I feel sure we can do a good race and, even though we can’t fight for the podium, we’ll try and bring home as many points as possible.”

 

Suzuki

DEMANDING DAY 2 SEES MIR AND RINS ON 3RD AND 4TH ROWS

Team Suzuki Press Office – September 21.

Joan Mir: 9th – 1:48.458
Alex Rins: 13th – 1:48.449

• Joan Mir takes 9th spot on the grid at favoured circuit.
• Alex Rins narrowly misses out on Q2 spot.
• Team ready to fight for best possible positions.

Saturday morning in Aragon saw damp conditions to start, meaning lap times were far from those of yesterday’s dry FP2.
Team SUZUKI ECSTAR’s riders used this session to get a feel for the mixed conditions, whilst also being cautious of the tricky track conditions. Both Joan Mir and Alex Rins held the top spot at points in FP3, but despite Rins finishing the session on top, it wasn’t enough to graduate him into Q2.

In FP4 Mir suffered a quick crash but escaped uninjured and still showed consistency and pace. Rins used his time to prepare for the forthcoming Q1 session and gauge his race pace.

The predicted rain failed to materialise and qualifying remained dry. Rins headed straight for the top of Q1 on his first run, before opting for the medium-hard tyre combination for his final run. Despite improving his lap time with each pass over the line, he narrowly missed out on making it into Q2, qualifying in 13th place.

For the final Q2 session, Mir continued his impressive form and went into the Top 5 on his first fast laps. The rookie loves the Aragon circuit and has great rhythm around the track, he was pleased to finish qualifying on the 3rd row in 9th place.

Davide Brivio – Team Manager:

“We’re happy with Joan’s progress today, he was able to go to Q2 and then qualify on the 3rd row. He could even have had an even better lap time because his pace was very strong. Things didn’t go so well for Alex, he missed Q2 by a tiny amount, so he’ll start further back on the grid. It’s a pity because Alex has great race pace, enough to stay with the front riders, we hope he can gain as many positions as possible.”

Joan Mir:

“Today went well. In FP3 I felt strong, even in those mixed and damp conditions. In FP4 I tried the hard front tyre, but I had a crash, so I lost a bit of confidence. It hasn’t been an easy day but I’m happy with my set-up, I feel good with my bike. I’ll try to get into the front group tomorrow, Marquez has a really fast pace but the rest of us are closer together. I’m ready for the fight.”

Alex Rins:

“I felt strong with hard tyre, I wanted to use for qualifying and I thought it was the right thing to do, but in the end I didn’t improve the lap time enough and I ended up just missing out on Q2. In FP3 and FP4 I felt really good, so I was quite disappointed not to go into final qualifying. But I still feel positive about the race because I feel our bike works well here and I hope to have a good race.”

GP of Aragon – Qualifying Classification:

1. Marc MARQUEZ Repsol Honda Team 1’47.009
2. Fabio QUARTARARO Petronas Yamaha SRT 1’47.336 0.327 / 0.327
3. Maverick VIÑALES Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 1’47.472 0.463 / 0.136
4. Jack MILLER Pramac Racing 1’47.658 0.649 / 0.186
5. Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia Racing Team Gresini 1’47.733 0.724 / 0.075
6. Valentino ROSSI Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 1’48.015 1.006 / 0.282
7. Cal CRUTCHLOW LCR Honda CASTROL 1’48.322 1.313 / 0.307
8. Franco MORBIDELLI Petronas Yamaha SRT 1’48.372 1.363 / 0.050
9. Joan MIR Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 1’48.458 1.449 / 0.086
10. Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati Team 1’48.608 1.599 / 0.150
11. Andrea IANNONE Aprilia Racing Team Gresini 1’49.240 2.231 / 0.632
12. Pol ESPARGARO Red Bull KTM Factory Racing NTS
13. Alex RINS Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 1’48.449 Q1
14. Takaaki NAKAGAMI LCR Honda IDEMITSU 1’48.477 Q1
15. Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati Team 1’48.682 Q1
16. Francesco BAGNAIA Pramac Racing 1’48.748 Q1
17. Miguel OLIVEIRA Red Bull KTM Tech 3 KTM 1’48.827 Q1
18. Tito RABAT Reale Avintia Racing 1’48.916 Q1
19. Mika KALLIO Red Bull KTM Factory Racing. 1’49.085 Q1
20. Jorge LORENZO Repsol Honda Team 1’49.282 Q1
21. Hafizh SYAHRIN Red Bull KTM Tech 3 1’49.315 Q1
22. Karel ABRAHAM Reale Avintia Racing 1’49.517 Q1
23. Bradley SMITH Aprilia Racing Team 1’49.756 Q1

 


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