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Certified and postponed in Q1 (provisional) – GP Inside


The primary day of the Grand Prix of the Americas is over. Enhancements might happen in FP3, Saturday, if the driving situations permit it. Within the meantime, listed below are the outcomes of the day, with the drivers provisionally certified in Q2 and failed in Q1.

Austin – MotoGP J1 Mixed (provisionally top-10 in Q2):

It goes with out drawback for the chief of the championship, Fabio Quartararo (third), and his runner-up, Francesco Bagnaia (sixth). The 2 males, nevertheless, could have lots to do to defeat Marc Marquez (1st) and Jack Miller (2nd), who dominated the primary two periods. The Spaniard and the Australian appear to have a bit of one thing further right here.

The reigning world champion, Joan Mir (13th), will cross his fingers to have an FP3 within the dry, or he should undergo the repechage. The identical goes for the official KTM riders, Brad Binder (11th) and Miguel Oliveira (18th), the latter having fallen. Aleix Espargaro (19th) must also be one of many provisional non-qualifiers to comply with after his crash late within the session.

Austin – Mixed J1 Moto2 (provisionally top-14 in Q2):

Austin – Moto3 J1 Mixed (provisionally top-14 in Q2):

No alert for championship chief Pedro Acosta (seventh), who did greater than cowl the necessities for his first kilometers in Austin. He’s 4 tenths behind his runner-up, Dennis Foggia (third), and a second forward of the third within the basic classification, Sergio Garcia (14th), who has extra issue after a heavy fall in FP1. Frenchman Lorenzo Fellon (17th) is simply three tenths behind the Spaniard, who occupies the final direct qualifying place for Q2.

In Austin, Aprilia drives for Viñales

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