2022 MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix: Full Friday apply outcomes - Motor Informed

2022 MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix: Full Friday apply outcomes

Only a week after the earlier spherical in Portugal, received by Quartararo, MotoGP rolled into Jerez on Friday for the opening day of the sixth spherical of the 2022 marketing campaign.

In a single day rain left damp patches on observe for FP1, however the session was nonetheless run on slicks, with Suzuki’s Joan Mir leading his team-mate Alex Rins.

Reigning world champion Quartararo crashed on the closing nook and had an embarrassing moment when he injured his groin whereas leaping again on his bike.

However it hindered him little, because the Frenchman romped to the top of the leaderboard in FP2 to finish Friday quickest of all with a 1m37.071s.

He headed former championship chief Enea Bastianini on the Gresini Ducati, with manufacturing unit crew Ducati rider Francesco Bagnaia finishing the highest three.

Jorge Martin was fourth on the Pramac Ducati, with LCR’s Takaaki Nakagami the highest Honda runner in fifth forward of KTM’s Brad Binder and the manufacturing unit crew Honda of Pol Espargaro.

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Rins was eighth on the mixed order, with Maverick Vinales on the Aprilia and Ducati’s Jack Miller rounding out the highest 10.

Alex Rins, Team Suzuki MotoGP

Alex Rins, Group Suzuki MotoGP

Picture by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

Mir slid to 12th on the mixed order after FP2, however mentioned later that he made a mistake at Flip 2 on his closing run and couldn’t enhance his time.

Six-time world champion Marc Marquez was solely 19th after Friday’s operating having crashed twice in FP2.

The 2022 MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix continues on Saturday with closing apply and qualifying, with observe motion starting at 9:55am native time (eight:55am BST).

2022 MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix: Friday apply outcomes



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