Photo courtesy Dorna. So he was out for Sunday’s race and his entire 2020 season has likely been trashed. Fabio Di Giannantonio (Termozeta Speed Up) put in an impressive performance riding a little sore following his crash earlier in the weekend as he took P7, with Lorenzo Baldassarri (Flexbox HP 40) and Somkiat Chantra (Idemitsu Honda Team Asia) next up as they took solid results in difficult conditions to score some big points hauls. And in sixth, finally there was an end in sight for Ayumu Sasaki’s (Red Bull KTM Tech 3) run of bad luck. Will Aprilia show any discernible improvements over 2019? So I think that Jorge is a great opportunity for Yamaha because he has a big potential, but if you want to make the test rider he needs to train, to use motorcycles. Marc Marquez nearly crashed early in the race but managed to hang on. Find out in only a week as we go again at MotorLand! Danilo Petrucci holds nerve in French MotoGP thriller, Alex Marquez on podium, Le Mans: French MotoGP World Championship standings, Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE, Cal Crutchlow: 'We had a problem in the warm-up lap', Petrucci: 'Pol hit me from the back', loses three positions, Vinales: Two laps closing my eyes to chase down Mir, Dovizioso struggles, but title hopes 'survive' at Aragon, New MotoGP leader Mir - “I go race-by-race. Championship leader Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT) is a MotoGP™ polesitter for the 10th time. The three had a couple of seconds in hand ahead of Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar), who had sliced his way through on Pol Espargaro to take over in the chase to catch the podium fight, but the Suzuki man was on a chargeÂ as Quartararo slipped backwards, ViÃ±ales continued his charge forwards and Mir remained relegated to outside the points as the latter two tried to recover from their early run off. Venture beyond... Editorial Note: Use the zoom and scrolling tools in... Brookes hits the jackpot to become 2020 Bennetts British... More, from a press release issued by Red Bull:
Alex Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) picked up his second consecutive MotoGP podium to finish 0.2 seconds behind Rins in P2, as the championship takes another twist. He has had some pain killers for the pain." Will KTM show any discernible improvements over 2019? Both, like Marc Marquez, now have just five days to pass a medical if they are to ride in next weekend's second Jerez event. Compatriot Jake Dixon (Petronas Sprinta Racing) suffered some late heartbreak after a crash out the lead, with Remy Gardner (ONXOX TKKR SAG Team) then taking second as he attacked Marco Bezzecchi (Sky Racing Team VR46) on the last lap. Petrucci and Takaa Nakagami closed out the top ten. And in the last three laps I tried toÂ go in front but all the riders – like Tony and Albert, MasiaÂ – braked very hardÂ and for me it was very difficult to overtake them. KTM must be pleased with Espargaro, for now, and rookie Binder who, until leaving the premises briefly on Lap 7, had been running in the top eight. Find out next weekend! But after, he said that he never rode the bike until Portimao. IÂ tried to push and made a gap but IÂ had a big moment at turn 4, IÂ stayed up but then IÂ saw Alex coming very fast, and I said come on pushÂ you can’t lose this race! So I tried to keep about a second and a half and then push towards the end but he was real strong but unfortunately he went down and yeah, I felt good, I felt good all weekend and thatâs three podiums in a row and Iâm really happy to get this win because it has been a long time since I won a race and weâre going into Aragon next week which is where my last win was so it was nice to get it before going back there. All the riders, results, schedules, races and tracks from every Grand Prix. When a post is labeled with the words âpress releaseâ, it means that Roadracingworld.com is not responsible for its content and that Roadracingworld.com makes no guarantee that it is accurate. A delay of 30 minutes was eventually called after conversations with Safety Advisor Loris Capirossi. The gap to Petrucci was coming down, butMarquez was also right on Dovi. The season calendar has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to the cancellation or postponement of many races and an overall delay to the start of the season.On 11 June, the rescheduled calendar was confirmed, with the season beginning on 19 July … Danilo Petrucci (Ducati Team) is a wet weather master, but until now the Italian was always the bridesmaid in the rain. Fernandez takes seventh after losing a little ground late on, with Rodrigo completing the front group in P8. Today’s crash looked bad.
Baganaia, who was looking Lorenzo-like, and Mir, my personal Alien-in-waiting, were the only real surprises from Q2.
In addition to Fabio’s first career MotoGP win, Viñales made it a factory Yamaha 1-2, with Dovi putting his Ducati on the podium late in the game. As Valentino Rossi recovers at home from Covid-19, attention turned to a possible replacement rider. Eight winners in the last eight races. The same cannot be said about the results of the combined FP1-FP3 practices that separate the goats from the lambs re: having to slog through the frying pan of Q1 just to get thrust immediately into the fire of Q2. “I spoke with Razlan (Razali – Petronas SRT Yamaha Boss) and I spoke with Wilco (Zeelenberg – Team Manager). Next week we’ll try this again, likely missing a few premier class riders. Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) was the next man over the line in P12 after a tougher first race in the wet for the South African, with Francesco Bagnaia (Pramac Racing) taking P13. Iannone’s appeal against an 18-month ban given by the FIM was heard by the CAS on Thursday and Aprilia had hoped to know their decision as soon as possible. Pol Espargaro struck to take third from Dovizioso soon after, before the Italian found himself in a battle with Miguel Oliveira as well. They did a good job. View the latest results for MotoGP 2020. Arenas wasn’t allowed to escape. MB Conveyors Speed Up’s Fabio Di Giannantonio cemented Moto2 top spot on Friday at the Gran Premio Michelin de Aragon, the pace was upped in FP2 as the Italian set a 1:52.748 to fend off second fastest Marco Bezzecchi (SKY Racing Team VR46) by 0.045 seconds. Race results from the French MotoGP at Le Mans, round 9 of the revised 2020 season. Road Racing World Championship season.. Race results from the French MotoGP at Le Mans, round 9 of the revised 2020 season. I don’t like to use the word scary but in FP1 I was very close to be scared for first time in my life on a MotoGP. If you gain a tenth because you follow me 3 times. It just didn’t feel the same with the stands empty of fans. Coming off an 8-month layoff, and with riders having little real practice time under their belts, this race was unlikely to be a work of art. Full Qualifying results and grid line-up for the Aragon MotoGP at MotorLand, round 10 of the revised 2020 season.
The total or partial reproduction of text, photographs or illustrations is not permitted in any form. Browse through 2020 MotoGP results, statistics, rankings and championship standings. The Italian currently runs a ‘A’ spec M1, a step down from the full factory bikes as Maverick Viñales, Valentino Rossi and Fabio Quartararo. MotoGP in 2020 delivered once again as Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) took Gran Premio Michelin de Aragon honors in a stunningly tense premier class encounter. I told them my wish for Christmas already. Back at the front though, it was Petrucci who’d taken over in the lead, the Italian looking comfortable ahead of compatriot and teammate Dovizioso as they got through on early leader Miller. And then came the three who begun the race on top in the title fight…, Fabio Quartararo won the tight, tight tussle for ninth as the Frenchman managed to fend off 2021 teammate ViÃ±ales late on, but it was a three-way scrap to the absolute last as ViÃ±ales then also managed to beat Mir to the line by almost nothing. And the number 9 in the leading was holding firm, perfectly poised on the way to a second Grand Prix win…. Oliveira ended up with his hands full in the fight for fifth, and some late race pace from home hero Johann Zarco (Esponsorama Racing) saw the Frenchman mug the Portuguese rider to end the race as top Independent Team rider in fifth.
F1 video: The latest on the 2021 driver market - Who will land the final seats? “In Le Mans we struggle a lot, a lot, a lot, in the warm up in the morning to make the tires work and we had 53 degrees. Masia striking quickly to take over in the lead on Lap 2, and so began the classic freight train fun.
Unlike Rossi, the Moto3 title challenger tested negative for Covid-19 three times but is currently self-isolating. The laps were running out, but the rookie was on an almighty charge. MotoGP in 2020 delivered once again as Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) took Gran Premio Michelin de Aragon honors in a stunningly tense premier class encounter. The Spanish rules are for ten days (of isolation).”.
It’s very difficult because even when you’re a negative you stay at home. Finally, how many of these questions are you comfortable answering after what is effectively Round One. Ultimately, the Italian wouldn’t be caught as he crossed the line for Ducati’s first win at Le Mans, his second premier class win and a huge boost of confidence after a difficult season. Not all press releases are posted and Roadracingworld.com may reject press releases if the content is too heavy on commercial promotion with little or no news value or if the press release contains obvious errors. All the riders, results, schedules, races and tracks from every Grand Prix. A press release is not an article written by Roadracingworld.com staffers. Saying that, my aim is to control what I can and put down on track best performances I can to make the team think very well about the machine that they want to supply to me next year.”. According to the announcers, the heat was worse than Sepang, worse than Buriram. Luca Marini, who has MotoGP written all over him, fended off a brave challenge from journeyman (and series leader) Tetsuga Nagashima, while Moto2 sophomore Jorge Martin scored his third career Moto2 podium, holding Sam Lowes at bay for the last few laps. There followed a remarkable display of riding, as Marquez sliced through the field all the way back to third place, with Viñales clearly in his sights and, in a perfect world, time to catch Quartararo. “He’s negative from three tests. Romano Fenati (Sterilgarda Max Racing Team) and Championship leader Albert Arenas (Solunion Aspar Team) also managed to record rapid times to complete the Top 3 on the combined timesheets before FP3, however, neither could get close to Fernandez’s 1:58.144. Drivers, constructors and team results for the top racing series from around the world at the click of your finger Viñales topped both FP1 and set a 1:47.771 in FP2 to be the only rider into the 1:47s. So where were the top two in the title? The MotoGP grid gathered to honor those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and healthcare professionals and other frontline workers fighting the disease. Still plenty of racing left to go. He’s in the hotel doing quarantine. “I can say to you guys it was very difficult. I don’t care about championship", Alex Marquez stamps his mark on MotoGP with back-to-back podiums, “It is not so simple” - Wolff on his F1 future and Hamilton contract latest, F1 VIDEO: Lewis Hamilton equals Michael Schumacher's wins record. Morbidelli has also been lagging behind in terms of top speed, even compared to his factory stablemates. Because he did a good job and he was strong with the M1. Dovi was shuffled back, contact ricocheted through the group and it was Petrucci who managed to emerge ahead, Rins second and Miller slotting back into third after running off and holding up his hand to give the advantage back. Masia was forced to settle for fourth despite his exemplary race, that late wobble costing the Spaniard, with the top five completed by an impressive charge from Andrea Migno (Sky Racing Team VR46). The ban stemmed from the one-time MotoGP race winner testing positive for a prohibited substance last November. When the smoke cleared, Alex Rins’ Suzuki and Pol Espargaro’s KTM had made it into Q2 after an unusually strong performance by KTM rookie Brad Binder, a worker bee who bears watching. Race results from the Spanish MotoGP at Jerez, round 1 of the revised 2020 season.