MotoGP Sepang Friday: Rossi Relishes Being “Quite Competitive”

GP of Malaysia – Combined Classification after Day 1:

1. F.QUARTARARO Petronas Yamaha SRT 1:58.576 (FP2)
2. F.MORBIDELLI Petronas Yamaha SRT 1:59.110 0.534 / 0.534 (FP1)
3. A.DOVIZIOSO Ducati Team 1:59.206 0.630 / 0.096 (FP2)
4. M.VIÑALES Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 1:59.218 0.642 / 0.012 (FP1)
5. V.ROSSI Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 1:59.284 0.708 / 0.066 (FP2)
6. M.MARQUEZ Repsol Honda Team 1:59.517 0.941 / 0.233 (FP1)
7. A.RINS Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 1:59.546 0.970 / 0.029 (FP1)
8. J.MILLER Pramac Racing 1:59.593 1.017 / 0.047 (FP2)
9. A.ESPARGARO Aprilia Racing Team Gresini 1:59.707 1.131 / 0.114 (FP2)
10. C.CRUTCHLOW LCR Honda CASTROL 1:59.711 1.135 / 0.004 (FP2)
11. F.BAGNAIA Pramac Racing 1:59.774 1.198 / 0.063 (FP2)
12. J.MIR Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 1:59.984 1.408 / 0.210 (FP2)
13. D.PETRUCCI Ducati Team 2:00.057 1.481 / 0.073 (FP2)
14. J.ZARCO LCR Honda IDEMITSU 2:00.268 1.692 / 0.211 (FP2)
15. K.ABRAHAM Reale Avintia Racing 2:00.477 1.901 / 0.209 (FP2)
16. P.ESPARGARO Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 2:00.658 2.082 / 0.181 (FP2)
17. J.LORENZO Repsol Honda Team 2:00.705 2.129 / 0.047 (FP2)
18. A.IANNONE Aprilia Racing Team Gresini 2:01.172 2.596 / 0.467 (FP1)
19. H.SYAHRIN Red Bull KTM Tech 3 2:01.579 3.003 / 0.407 (FP1)
20. M.KALLIO Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 2:01.959 3.383 / 0.380 (FP1)

These just in from Sepang

MotoGP Press

Friday, 01 November 2019

Breaking the lap record seems a good way to start your team’s home Grand Prix, so doing it once in FP1 and again in FP2 makes it an even better Friday for Petronas Yamaha SRT’s Fabio Quartararo at the Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix. The Frenchman was over half a second clear, but it was teammate Franco Morbidelli who was closest to him by the end of play, making it double delight for the team. Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) rounded out the top three.

Day 1 was dry but it’s a mix of FP1 and FP2 times at the top, although Quartararo’s best lap in FP1 would still have been enough to take to the top. In the afternoon he unleashed even more pace to stretch his advantage, however, smashing Dani Pedrosa’s former lap record even further. Morbidelli was nevertheless impressive in second, his lap from FP1, and all Yamahas were at the front as Maverick Viñales (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) and Valentino Rossi locked out the top five – the former from a lap in the morning and the latter, afternoon.

That makes Dovizioso the only non-Iwata marque machine in the mix after the opening day’s action, with reigning Champion Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) the next closest but a couple of tenths off Rossi. He was sixth on Friday, his FP1 time his best, and began that very session with a trademark save on the edge. There was also an interesting extra spotted on his machine: a second lever on the left handlebar. What was it? A rear brake lever, although the number 93 says it’ll go back in the box for now as it isn’t ready to race.

Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) put Suzuki in seventh, his laptime from FP1, ahead of Quartararo’s closest rival for the title of top Independent Team rider in 2019: Jack Miller (Pramac Racing). An impressive showing from Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini) put the Noale factory in ninth, with Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda Castrol) rounding out what could prove a pivotal top ten.

Number 63 Francesco Bagnaia (Pramac Racing) just missed the cut by a seemingly grudge-bearing margin of just 0.063 as he was 11th, just ahead of fellow rookie Joan Mir (Team Suzuki Ecstar). Danilo Petrucci (Ducati Team) had a tougher day in P13, with Johann Zarco (LCR Honda Idemitsu) and Karel Abraham (Reale Avintia Racing) rounding out the fastest fifteen on Friday, with Frenchman despite a slow lowside.

The likes of Petrucci, Mir and Bagnaia will have their eyes to the skies on Saturday as once again the forecast looks set to close in and throw a spanner in the works of improving laptimes in FP3, and then there’s qualifying itself from 15:05 (GMT +8). Can Quartararo keep the momentum on Saturday? Will the likes of Marquez – out solely for speed – strike back? Stay tuned.


Shell Malaysia GP: Andrea Dovizioso lies in third place after day 1 of practice at Sepang, Danilo Petrucci thirteenth in the combined standings

Andrea Dovizioso ended the first day of action at the Sepang circuit in third place following today’s two scheduled free practice sessions. The Ducati Team rider, who was fifth this morning after FP1, was able to improve his feeling in the afternoon session, and with a time of 1’59.206, he wrapped up the day in third place.

Danilo Petrucci, who is still feeling the effects of his crash in the Australian GP last Sunday, was classified in thirteenth position. The Italian set a time of 2’00.057 in FP2 this afternoon, improving on his best time in the morning by almost eight-tenths of a second.

Andrea Dovizioso (#04 Ducati Team) – 1’59.206 (3rd)
“Sepang is a fascinating circuit, but it’s also complicated because of the heat and the tyre drop that you always get on this track. In the afternoon we tried a different set-up that gave interesting results: it’s not easy to manage but it allowed me to be more consistent and quicker so I’m happy with today’s improvements. It’s still not enough to think about fighting for the win on Sunday, because there are some riders who are better placed than us, but I’m pleased with the work we did today and my feeling.”

Danilo Petrucci (#9 Ducati Team) – 2’00.057 (13th)
“Physically I’m still not 100% fit after the crash at Phillip Island, and in addition I wasn’t able to get the best out of the new tyres. Both this morning and this afternoon I struggled a lot and even though my pace is not bad, I still don’t feel quite right. Now we have to try and understand what didn’t work this afternoon to resolve my problems and get back to the front tomorrow.”

Tomorrow, Saturday 2nd November, will see the MotoGP riders back on track at 10.50 local time (03.50 CET) for the third free practice session, while qualifying will be held after FP4 starting from 15.05 local time (08.05 CET).




The tropical temperatures and the high humidity have, as always, put riders and bikes to the test on the first day of practice at Sepang in Malaysia. Despite this, the good track conditions let the riders lap in extremely interesting times.

At the end of the day, Aleix Espargaró confirmed his and the Aprilia RS-GP’s good trend, shaving off more than a tenth between the two sessions and finishing ninth in the combined standings. This is a result that provisionally sends him straight through to Q2.

On the other hand, a few technical problems slowed down the work in Andrea Iannone’s box and he was able to lap less than expected, also due to a crash in FP2. After ruling out any physical consequences, the Italian rider will pick up where he left off tomorrow in preparation for the race, with a positive note: the good pace he demonstrated on a used tyre.

“Overall, I am satisfied with the first day. I feel good on this track. In recent races we have been consistently competitive. The RS-GP is performing well from every point of view. There are a few riders with a vastly better pace than everyone else, but the rest of the rankings are close. We can improve our fast lap. Today I did it with the medium rear and I think I was the only one. It’s a good sign for qualifying and for the race.”

“When I had my crash during FP2 I was lapping well with used tyres. Unfortunately, we lost time in the two sessions due to a few technical problems, so that puts us at a disadvantage in preparing for the race. We can catch up and we’ll give it our all. I hope tomorrow is a less complicated day.”



Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP’s Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi started the penultimate 2019 MotoGP round getting into the mix for top billing. They ultimately finished the day at the Sepang International Circuit in fourth and fifth place respectively in the combined free practice results.

Viñales stayed true to his usual strategy and soon put his Yamaha in first place in FP1. Making the most of the perfectly dry conditions, he worked on tweaking the bike’s setting and then upped his game on a soft-soft combination towards the end of the session with a 1‘59.218s. The lap earned him third place, ending 0.191s from the top.

Confident in his morning lap time, the Spaniard fully focused on making progress with his bike’s dry set-up during FP2. He tried various settings and tyre options in case of a dry race on Sunday. He was one of the few riders not to put in soft tyres at the end of the afternoon session but still clocked an under the 2m-mark lap, a 1’59.845s, taking ninth in the FP2 results, 1.269s from first. His fastest morning lap put him in fourth place in the combined FP timesheets.

Rossi had been strong in Sepang last year and it was clear from the get-go that he meant business again in Malaysia this weekend. He set a solid pace, spending most of the session in fourth and sixth place, but really put his game face on in the final minutes. He upped the ante on a double soft-tyre combination, setting a 1‘59.893s for provisional first. However, as the pace quickened at the end of FP1, he was moved to eighth, 0.866s from first.

It remained dry for the afternoon session, allowing the Doctor to make further strides. He was in fourth place again when a mini time attack started with a little less than 10 minutes to go. The Italian was ready for the challenge and responded by setting a 1‘59.284s. His time was fast enough to put him in third place in the FP2 and in fifth position in the combined free practice results, 0.708s from the top.


“It was a productive first day for us in Sepang. Two key elements to this round are the track‘s two long straights and the extremely hot weather conditions. Usually, neither of these things work to our benefit, but so far we seem to be managing well, and it shows in the results with all Yamahas being fast. It’s only early days, of course, but the signs are positive for our team. Maverick and Vale feel comfortable with the bike and are able to set competitive times, also on used tyres, so we‘re heading in the right direction. We’ve also been able to compare different tyre compound specifications. That gave us quite enough information about which tyres we will most likely choose for the race. Instead of focusing on putting in a hot lap, Maverick used the second session to compare the tyres when the conditions were the most similar to what we expect for Sunday afternoon. Valentino, on the other hand, did a time attack at the end that improved his standing from FP1, so he’s in a good position too, should it rain tomorrow morning.”


“I’m really happy, because I felt pretty good with the bike straight away. We found a really good rhythm. Especially in FP2 I tried to understand what’s what for the race: what the race situation would be like, the track, slippery conditions. I felt good, that’s the most important, and tomorrow we have a good chance to meet our objective of being on the first row, that’s our target. I feel very strong, we can do a good job. We’re going to keep it like that. I’m going to try to better myself through the track, where I think I can still improve, and we will see where we are. But I think we have a good opportunity on Sunday.”


“The first day wasn’t so bad, because in FP2 I had a good pace with the race tyres. Also at the end I was able to do a good lap with the softs and I’m in the top 5. I’m quite consistent, but we’re worried about the rear tyre, because the race is very long, it’s 20 laps. Anyway, today we had two good practices and I was quite competitive.”

Repsol Honda

Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix
MotoGP 2019 Round 18
Marquez and Lorenzo battle through the Sepang heat on Friday

Scorching hot conditions in Sepang were no issue for Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo as they took sixth and 17th respectively as the weekend’s action began.

A productive first day at the Sepang International Circuit allowed the Repsol Honda Team to collectively complete 60 laps between Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo, the pair taking advantage of the dry track time to experiment with the settings of their Honda RC213V machines.

Friday morning in Sepang proved to be an eventful day for Marc Marquez who started with another trademark save at Turn 2. Ending Free Practice 1 in fourth with a 1’59.517, Marquez booked himself a provisional spot in Q2. Working on his race pace in FP2, the eight-time World Champion and his Repsol Honda Team were pleased with what they achieved on Friday. Alongside this, Marquez was also able to begin to experiment with options for the 2020 season.

Jorge Lorenzo returned to closing the gap to leaders, ending the day in 17th overall after improving his lap time by eight tenths in the afternoon. Free Practice 2 saw Lorenzo post more competitive times, one of several riders to improve despite the oppressively hot track in the afternoon. Lorenzo still believes there is more to come this weekend, confident he has time left to find.

Practice resumes at 10:50 Local Time ahead of Qualifying for the Malaysian GP at 15:05 Local Time.

Marc Marquez
6th 1’59.517

“Today was a busy day, just in the first or second lap of the day I had a very big save. It was probably one of the best of the season, but we also had a warning from the bike’s dashboard later. I decided it was better to be safe and switch off the bike and come back to the box. The team resolved it and, in the end, it wasn’t a big issue and afterwards we were able to work normally. This afternoon we worked on our race pace and it wasn’t too bad. I think we’re second or third right now in terms of pace. The team is focused on the end of the season, but we also have an eye on 2020 and tried some ideas today.”

Jorge Lorenzo
17th 2’00.705

“From Phillip Island to here, it’s a big change – they’re almost the opposite. Here, there is a lot of grip and it’s quite flat with good weather, all of this has given me a better feeling. In terms of our pace we were 1.1 to 1.5 seconds behind. We tried something different with the setting to improve our rear grip, but we weren’t able to take full profit of it when pushing for a single fast lap so I think I could have done a 2’00.3 or a 2’00.2 and been closer to the front. For tomorrow the objective is to keep improving and do a 1’59.”

Petronas Yamaha

Sensational Sepang one-two for PETRONAS Yamaha SRT
PETRONAS Yamaha SRT duo Fabio Quartararo and Franco Morbidelli ends opening day at team’s home race P1 and P2
Malaysian GP – 1 November 2019
The PETRONAS Yamaha Sepang Racing Team duo of Fabio Quartararo and Franco Morbidelli have had a sensational opening day of action at the Sepang International Circuit, ending their first day of 2019 Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix track time at the team’s home race in first and second.

Quartararo opened the scorecard well in this morning’s FP1 session to lead a PETRONAS Yamaha SRT one-two, taking the top spot from his team-mate by a mere 0.083 secs with a new lap record time of 1min 59.027secs. However, that time wasn’t to stand for long, with Quartararo blitzing his opposition in the final minutes of FP2 to end the day with a new record of 1min 58.576secs and a gap of over half a second back to overall second place and 0.630 ahead of second in the session.

Morbidelli was able to get his weekend off in perfect form in FP1 by showing his speed around the 5.5km circuit on time attack, setting a lap time of 1min 59.110secs. Concentrating on race pace and setting development in the afternoon’s FP2 session after showing his time attack potential, his time from FP1 was good enough to ensure that he ended the day in second, 0.534secs behind his team-mate and 0.096secs clear of third.

Track action at the 2019 Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix continues tomorrow with practice at 1050 local time, ahead of qualifying at 1505 and Sunday’s 20-lap race at the Sepang International Circuit.

“It’s a perfect way for our team to start the weekend finishing one-two today. This morning was excellent, and this afternoon we were able to try some things on the bike to improve our settings. It didn’t go the way we wanted it to, but it has helped us to understand some things, and the important thing is that I’m much faster than I was in Australia. We need to find something here and there on the bike, but if we keep on going the way we’re working then there’s a good chance of a double front row start for Sunday.” Franco M

“The lap was really incredible – and my second time attack would have even better but I caught some traffic. The most important thing is that we’re really safe in progressing directly to Q2 for tomorrow. That means that in the morning we can concentrate on working on which tyres to choose for the race, although already our pace and our rhythm are strong. My ankle has been quite painful after the crash last weekend in Australia, but when you’re P1 and you’ve got good pace on the bike you’re able to forget about it a little bit! The news that I’ll have a 2020 A-spec bike next year is a big surprise and I need to say thanks to Yamaha, PETRONAS and the team for making it happen – but we still need to focus on the last two races of 2019 for now.” –FQ




PRESS RELEASE: 01 November 2019 | Sepang GP Pratcice

Johann Zarco was pleased with his progress after finishing 14th on the opening day of free practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix. The Frenchman is making his second GP appearance in LCR IDEMITSU colours as he stands in for the injured Takaaki Nakagami and showed encouraging pace on a testing day for the Hondas at the Sepang International Circuit.

In hot, humid conditions, Zarco was 16th fastest in FP1 as he worked hard on the set-up of his RC213V. It paid dividends in FP2 as he improved by almost a second to move up a couple of places on the timesheets. Despite a minor fall on his final lap, he only finished around half a second behind LCR team-mate Cal Crutchlow and is hopeful of further gains on Saturday.
Johann Zarco – 14th
(2’00.268 – lap 14 of 15)

“It was a good first day. I wanted to begin the Friday with better pace than I did in Australia. I was sure that I could do it – and I did it, it was better. In the morning we kept the used tyre so the work was interesting and then I could feel the work we did immediately in the afternoon. I was going quite fast in the afternoon, I was with the good guys. But in the end, when I put on a soft tyre to get the lap time, my first lap was a little bit better and I expected to go faster on my final lap, but I had a little crash in turn one as I went too wide and closed the front. It was a normal crash, no pain anywhere. So I will just focus on improving tomorrow and I know I can be in the 59s.”



PRESS RELEASE: 01 November 2019 | Sepang GP Practice

Cal Crutchlow was tenth fastest overall after a tough opening day for the Hondas at the Malaysian Grand Prix. Fresh from his superb second place in Australia last time out, the LCR Honda CASTROL rider put in a consistent shift during both free practice sessions, but admits he needs to find more pace if he is to challenge going into the weekend.

In predictably humid conditions at the Sepang International Circuit, Crutchlow was ninth fastest in FP1 as he broke into the 1’59s. He improved by over two tenths in FP2 to finish as the leading Honda in seventh position. Despite that result he was in tenth in the combined times and is now looking to make a step forward in qualifying tomorrow.
Cal Crutchlow – 10th
(1’59.711 – lap 16 of 16)

“I don’t feel as good as I did during the test here. I’m not really sure why, I just don’t have a good feeling with the bike and the problem is that the turning of the bike here is not great. The track condition is also worse than in the test, so that also masked some of the problems at the test. We need to improve, I was consistent, but I was consistently not fast enough, but I hope we can make a step tomorrow and make some inroads on the guys at the front.”

Tech 3

Syahrin starts home round highly motivated – Oliveira forced to retire from Malaysia GP

Red Bull KTM Tech3 rider Hafizh Syahrin initiated his home Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit with steady progress in this mornings’ FP1 to finish 1.583 seconds off the top 10. In the second session this afternoon, the Malaysian home hero struggled to find a decent feeling aboard his KTM RC16, but eagerly awaits FP3 tomorrow at 10.50 local time (3.50 CET) to improve further.

Meanwhile, Miguel Oliveira was back on track after his heavy crash in Australia and aimed to test his physical condition. Unfortunately, after just four flying laps in FP1 this morning, the MotoGP rookie had to come back to the garage and took the sensible decision to not further participate the 18th round of this season, after both of his wrists left him in a lot of pain. The Red Bull KTM Tech3 rider is set to fly back to Europe in order to recuperate from his injuries.

Hafizh Syahrin

Position: 19th

Time: 2:01.579

Laps: 28

“I feel a bit disappointed now. This morning was good, but in the afternoon, it was impossible for me to ride decently. I had a lot of spinning and don’t really understand what happened to my bike. I already pushed more than 100%, but I just didn’t find enough grip and it was not possible to keep the speed in the corners. I think this is due to the heat as well. Pol seems to be the only one of us KTM riders, who managed to put in a fast lap time and we need to try to find out why. I’m not happy about this first day, I thought I can have a good feeling, but at the moment we are truly struggling.”

Miguel Oliveira

Position: 21st

Time: 2:05.412

Laps: 4

“Today was a day, that I went out to try my physical condition. I expected not to be at 100 %, but at least that I could ride, but obviously it was not possible due to the pain in both wrists. It’s nothing serious, but it needs more rest and that’s what I need to do now. For sure, we want to be competitive and not be here just to cruise around. I want to take the opportunity to thank our entire team and KTM, because everyone was really understandable about the whole situation and the support was there right from the beginning. It’s way easier to make decisions like this, when you have everyone on your side. I think the team deserves me at 100 % and not at 80, so this is what I’m going to take care of now.”



Team Suzuki Press Office – November 1.

Alex Rins: 7th – 1:59.546 (+ 0.970)
Joan Mir: 12th – 1:59.984 (+ 1.408)

• Alex Rins shows speed and consistency on first day.
• Joan Mir focused on making his way up the leaderboard.
• Team look ahead to qualifying.

Sepang International Circuit is this weekend playing host to the penultimate round of the 2019 season. The Malaysian track welcomed the riders for a hot and humid opening practice day.

In FP1 the riders took the opportunity to get to grips with areas of the track which have been resurfaced, as well as assessing the overall feel following overnight rain. They then aimed for longer, consistent runs. Alex Rins completed FP1 in 6th place, while Joan Mir was 11th.

FP2 saw Rins topping the session early on. The Spaniard kept up this quick pace for the vast majority of the afternoon, holding 1st or 2nd place. Similarly, Mir was chipping away and improving his pace lap by lap, featuring as high as 5th in the very competitive session. At the chequered flag, Rins was 10th and Mir 11th. On combined times they are 7th and 12th respectively.

Davide Brivio – Team Manager:

“We feel positive today. I’m happy to see that Alex has very good pace and he was consistent in both sessions, and within the Top 10. Joan also did well and showed promising pace, he was just outside the Top 10, but he did useful work and we found some good settings. We’re looking forward to seeing what we can do tomorrow.”

Alex Rins:

“Today was quite good, I was able to put in some strong lap times and demonstrate good race pace. I tried the medium and the soft tyres and I feel quite comfortable. The aerodynamic package we have is helping compared with last year, especially on the straights. I really hope to be on the front row tomorrow, but if not then I need to be on the 2nd row. I’m looking forward to the race already.”

Joan Mir:

“Well, I didn’t improve much between the used tyre and the new one, where the other riders improved a lot. I know I need to make a step tomorrow to ensure that I can have a good qualifying, I want to be on the front couple of rows. The conditions are hard, I feel so hot on the bike, it takes some getting used to. But overall I feel good, and ready for tomorrow.”

GP of Malaysia – Combined Classification after Day 1:

1. F.QUARTARARO Petronas Yamaha SRT 1:58.576 (FP2)
2. F.MORBIDELLI Petronas Yamaha SRT 1:59.110 0.534 / 0.534 (FP1)
3. A.DOVIZIOSO Ducati Team 1:59.206 0.630 / 0.096 (FP2)
4. M.VIÑALES Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 1:59.218 0.642 / 0.012 (FP1)
5. V.ROSSI Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 1:59.284 0.708 / 0.066 (FP2)
6. M.MARQUEZ Repsol Honda Team 1:59.517 0.941 / 0.233 (FP1)
7. A.RINS Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 1:59.546 0.970 / 0.029 (FP1)
8. J.MILLER Pramac Racing 1:59.593 1.017 / 0.047 (FP2)
9. A.ESPARGARO Aprilia Racing Team Gresini 1:59.707 1.131 / 0.114 (FP2)
10. C.CRUTCHLOW LCR Honda CASTROL 1:59.711 1.135 / 0.004 (FP2)
11. F.BAGNAIA Pramac Racing 1:59.774 1.198 / 0.063 (FP2)
12. J.MIR Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 1:59.984 1.408 / 0.210 (FP2)
13. D.PETRUCCI Ducati Team 2:00.057 1.481 / 0.073 (FP2)
14. J.ZARCO LCR Honda IDEMITSU 2:00.268 1.692 / 0.211 (FP2)
15. K.ABRAHAM Reale Avintia Racing 2:00.477 1.901 / 0.209 (FP2)
16. P.ESPARGARO Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 2:00.658 2.082 / 0.181 (FP2)
17. J.LORENZO Repsol Honda Team 2:00.705 2.129 / 0.047 (FP2)
18. A.IANNONE Aprilia Racing Team Gresini 2:01.172 2.596 / 0.467 (FP1)
19. H.SYAHRIN Red Bull KTM Tech 3 2:01.579 3.003 / 0.407 (FP1)
20. M.KALLIO Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 2:01.959 3.383 / 0.380 (FP1)

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