Bagnaia is best ahead of Quartararo, Rins back in Q1


Moto2: Is directly qualified for Q2

Jake DixonKalex
Sam LowesKalex
Barry BaltusKalex
Marcel Schrotter (Kalex)
Pedro Acosta (Kalex)
Joe Roberts Kalex
Fermin Aldeguer (Boscoscuro)
Ai Ogura (Kalex)
Gabriel RodrigoKalex
Celestino Vietti (Kalex)
Tony ArbolinoKalex
Augusto Fernandez (Kalex)
Aron Canet (Kalex)
Lorenzo Dalla Porta (Kalex)


Moto2 FT3: Checkered flag

The practice ends and Jake Dixon is ahead with 1: 41,556 minutes. We have a British double lead because Sam Lowes is number two.

Barry Baltus sets the stage with third best time. And Marcel Schrötter is in fourth place in the top field. Pedro Acosta completes the top 5.

The time intervals are extremely tight. Lorenzo Dalla Porta is number 14, just 0.367 seconds behind.


Moto2 FT3: Yellow flag

Veteran Corsi crashes in turn 5 and causes yellow flags. Therefore, Acosta spends a strong turnaround time.

And Alcoba slips into goal and there are the next yellow flags.


Moto2 FT3: Best time Dixon

Jake Dixon sets a new best time of 1: 41,556 minutes. He now leads in front of Lowes, Baltus, Schrötter and Roberts.

Vietti improves to ninth place. 3 minutes left.


Moto2 FT3: Vietti is no longer in the top 14

There are some improvements, including Baltus moving up to fifth place. Vietti is only 15th and would not be in Q2 at the moment.


Moto2 FT3: time hunting is underway

There is a lot of traffic and Roberts improves to sixth place.

Jorge Navarro slips at turn 2. He and his Kalex crash into Airfance, but Navarro is okay.

Schrötter also enters the field in the last five minutes.


Moto2 FT3: All in the pit

Suddenly it’s dead quiet because everyone in the pit is preparing for the last time hunt.

Currently in Q2 are: Lowes, Dixon, Schrötter, Acosta, Ogura, Aldeguer, Arbolino, Fernandez, Canet, Chantra, Vietti, Arenas, Roberts and Bendsneyder.


Moto2 FT3: Vietti vs. From Porta

Vietti feels stopped and hampered by Dalla Porta, as the championship leader shows with clear hand gestures and gestures. He should not exaggerate, because the race organizers do not like when people scold too much.


Moto2 FT3: Orders

The overall location changed quite significantly in the early stages. Lowes leads Dixon, Schrötter, Acosta, Ogura, Aldeguer, Arbolino, Fernandez, Canet and Vietti.


Moto2 FT3: Best time Lowes

On his seventh lap, Sam Lowes sets a new absolute best time of 1: 41,568 minutes.

And Schrötter also does well in training, as the German moves up to third place in the overall result.


Moto2 FT3: Lowers steps on the throttle

We see good lap times right from the start Sam Lowes immediately undercuts his Friday time and moves up to third place in the overall result. Aldeguer, Canet and Schrötter also run their personal best laps on the weekend. Schrötter is now 15.


Moto2 FT3: A rider change

Yesterday, Keminth Kubo had to sit out after the first training session with a rib cartilage infection. The Yamaha team has found a short-term replacement in Stefano Manzi. The Italian ends the weekend.

Yesterday, Jake Dixon was fastest with 1: 41,646 minutes. Marcel Schrötter finished Friday the 16th.


MotoGP: Directly qualified for Q2 are:

Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati)
Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha)
Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda)
Marc Marquez (Honda)
Maverick Vinales (Aprilia)
Enea Bastianini (Gresini Ducati)
Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia)
Joan Mir (Suzuki)
Jorge Martin (Pramac Ducati)
Jack Miller (Ducati)

Link to the full FT3 result MotoGP


MotoGP FT3: Rinse and all KTM in Q1

Many big names have to compete in the first division. In eleventh place, rookie Marco Bezzecchi fails with a hair’s breadth.

Johann Zarco is only 12th and Alex Rins only 13th. The best KTM rider is Brad Binder in 14th place Pol Espargaro is also in Q1 after his crash.


MotoGP FT3: The other Q2 seats

Enea Bastianini is doing well again with the old Ducati in sixth place. Aleix Espargaro moves into Q2 in seventh place. Joan Mir secured a place in the top 10 as number eight. Ducati duo Jorge Martin and Jack Miller did it too.


MotoGP FT3: Checkered flag

The exercise is coming to an end and Francesco Bagnaia is the fastest with a time of 1: 36.782 minutes. Fabio Quartararo must admit defeat by six thousandths of a second. In the end, Quartararo has even better times, but slips in the last sector ruin his best time.

The Honda duo Takaaki Nakagami and Marc Marquez followed in third and fourth place. Maverick Vinales has so far struggled to mark Aprilia’s limit on a fast lap, but is now setting the fifth-best time.

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