Aragon MotoGP: Miller leads Espargaro in FP2, Marquez crashes - Motor Informed
MotoGP

Aragon MotoGP: Miller leads Espargaro in FP2, Marquez crashes

A late flurry of time assault laps on contemporary comfortable rubber on the finish of the 45-minute session led to a complete shake-up of the order, with Miller prevailing by zero.273 seconds as simply 1.273s lined the highest 21 of 22 riders.

KTM’s Miguel Oliveira set the early benchmark tempo with a 1m50.039s, which he quickly improved to a 1m48.623s simply over 5 minutes into the session.

Marquez did briefly maintain prime spot with a 1m48.951s, however had this lap scrubbed for exceeding observe limits.

Simply moments later, the Honda rider’s session got here to an abrupt pause when he crashed on the penultimate nook when he was compelled to run barely vast to keep away from colliding together with his brother Alex Marquez.

The elder Marquez brother wrecked his RC213V and was visibly livid with the crash, however would quickly be again out on circuit on his second Honda.

Whereas this was taking place Francesco Bagnaia had guided his manufacturing facility group Ducati to a 1m48.616s, however he too would crash quickly after over on the tight Flip 5 left-hander.

Whereas Bagnaia was choosing his bike up off the deck, LCR’s Takaaki Nakagami and poleman from final yr’s Teruel GP at Aragon shot to the highest of the order with a 1m48.574s.

With slightly below 4 minutes remaining, the highest of the timesheets got here below assault as quickest splits began showing for numerous riders.

Tech three’s Iker Lecuona edged forward of Nakagami’s time with a 1m48.536s, earlier than Miller set the very best lap of the day with a 1m47.613s.

The Ducati rider would go unchallenged on the prime of the order, with Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro his nearest challenger in second with a 1m47.886s.

 

Yamaha stand-in Cal Crutchlow was a powerful third and prime M1 runner with a 1m47.897s – a lap the Briton celebrated emphatically.

Johann Zarco leaped as much as fourth late on forward of Pramac Ducati teammate Jorge Martin, whereas Bagnaia was sixth after his earlier tumble.

Fabio Quartararo was seventh on the second manufacturing facility Yamaha having appeared to have obtained an insect sting beneath his crash helmet.

The highest 10 was accomplished by Nakagami, Enea Bastianini on the Avintia Ducati and Silverstone poleman Pol Espargaro on the manufacturing facility Honda.

Aleix Rins was the highest Suzuki rider in 11th, although at present neither of the GSX-RRs characteristic within the provisional Q2 locations on the finish of Friday after teammate Mir was stranded down in 21st.

He trailed Marc Marquez, whose FP1 pacesetting lap retains him eighth total, with Maverick Vinales simply 1.1s off the tempo in 19th as he continues to adapt to the Aprilia.

He shadowed Petronas SRT’s Valentino Rossi, with teammate Jake Dixon 2.3s off the tempo in final on the two-year-old Yamaha.

Lecuona discovered himself shuffled again to 16th ultimately forward of Oliveira, with Luca Marini on the Avintia Ducati slotting in forward in 15th behind Danilo Petrucci (Tech three), Alex Marquez and Brad Binder (KTM).

FP2 outcomes:

shares

feedback

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Hunter-Reay to exit Andretti Autosport IndyCar workforce after 11 years
Quartararo able to “give 100%” regardless of the circumstances
PITLANE PREVIEW | British GT – Oulton Park
Aragon MotoGP: Bagnaia claims maiden win after heading off Marquez in thriller
Aleix Espargaro offers a sign of his future – GP Inside

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *