Free Practice 2 Results MotoGP America 2018

Free Practice 2 Results MotoGP America 2018
Andrea Iannone, Free Practice 2 Results MotoGP America 2018 © Twitter/MotoGP.

Austin, EN runganSport — Rider Suzuki Ecstar, Andrea Iannone appeared as the fastest in the second Free Practice session of the American MotoGP, Friday (20/4) local time.

The Italian rider scored a best time of 2 minutes 04,599 seconds.

The second position is occupied by Repsol Honda star, Marc Marquez, who had a lead in FP1.

In third position still survive rider Movistar Yamaha, Maverick Vinales.

Free Practice 2 Results MotoGP America 2018
1. Andrea Iannone, Suzuki Ecstar 2m 04.599s
2. Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda
3. Maverick Vinales, Movistar Yamaha
4. Valentino Rossi, Movistar Yamaha
5. Cal Crutchlow, LCR Honda
6. Alex Rins, Suzuki Ecstar
7. Jorge Lorenzo, Ducati Team
8. Andrea Dovizioso, Ducati Team
9. Aleix Espargaro, Factory Aprilia Gresini
10. Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda
11. Danilo Petrucci, Pramac Ducati
12. Tito Rabat, Reale Avintia
13. Johann Zarco, Monster Yamaha Tech3
14. Jack Miller, Pramac Ducati
15. Scott Redding, Factory Aprilia Gresini
16. Hafizh Syahrin, Monster Yamaha Tech3
17. Takaaki Nakagami, LCR Honda
18. Karel Abraham, Angel Nieto Team
19. Thomas Luthi, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
20. Franco Morbidelli, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
21. Alvaro Bautista, Angel Nieto Team
22. Bradley Smith, Red Bull KTM Factory
23. Pol Espargaro, Red Bull KTM Factory
24. Xavier Simeon, Reale Avintia (DN/vU)

NEXT: Free Practice 2 Results Moto3 America 2018

Free Practice 2 Results Moto3 America 2018

Free Practice 2 Results Moto3 America 2018
Jorge Martin, Free Practice 2 Results Moto3 America 2018 © Twitter/CrashMotoGP.

Austin, EN runganSport — Rider of Spain, Jorge Martin back to being the fastest in the second Free Practice Moto3 American, Friday (20/4).

The second position is filled by another Spanish rider, Aron Canet.

While the current three position belongs to Del Conca Gresini Moto3 rider, Fabio Di Giannantonio.

Free Practice 2 Results Moto3 America 2018
1. Jorge Martin, Del Conca Gresini Moto3 2m 17.423s
2. Aron Canet, Estrella Galicia 0,0
3. Fabio Di Giannantonio, Del Conca Gresini Moto3
4. Marco Bezzecchi, Redox PruestelGP
5. Lorenzo Dalla Porta, Leopard Racing
6. Enea Bastianini, Leopard Racing
7. Philipp Oettl, Sudmetal Schedl GP Racing
8. Niccolò Antonelli, SIC58 Squadra Corse
9. Livio Loi, Reale Avintia Academy
10. Ayumu Sasaki, Petronas Sprinta Racing
11. Tatsuki Suzuki, SIC58 Squadra Corse
12. Darryn Binder, Red Bull KTM Ajo
13. Gabriel Rodrigo, RBA BOE Skull Rider
14. Marcos Ramirez, Bester Capital Dubai
15. Jaume Masia, Bester Capital Dubai
16. Jakub Kornfeil, Redox PruestelGP
17. Andrea Migno, Angel Nieto Team Moto3
18. Tony Arbolino, Marinelli Snipers Team
19. John McPhee, CIP – Green Power
20. Adam Norrodin, Petronas Sprinta Racing
21. Albert Arenas, Angel Nieto Team Moto3
22. Kaito Toba, Honda Team Asia
23. Nicolo Bulega, SKY Racing Team VR46
24. Dennis Foggia, SKY Racing Team VR46
25. Makar Yurchenko, CIP – Green Power
26. Kazuki Masaki, RBA BOE Skull Rider
27. Nakarin Atiratphuvapat, Honda Team Asia
28. Alonso Lopez, Estrella Galicia 0,0 (DN/vU)

NEXT: Free Practice 1 Results Moto3 America 2018

Free Practice 1 Results Moto2 America 2018

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Miguel Oliveira, Free Practice 1 Results Moto2 America 2018 © Twitter/MotoGP.

Austin, EN runganSport — Portuguese rider, Miguel Oliveira became the fastest in the first US Moto2 Free Training session on Friday (20/4).

The second position belongs to the hero of Spanish origin, Alex Marquez.

While in third place comes the name Iker Lecuona.

Free Practice 1 Results Moto3 America 2018
1. Miguel Oliveira, Red Bull KTM Ajo 2m 12.104s
2. Alex Marquez, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
3. Iker Lecuona, Swiss Innovative Investors
4. Sam Lowes, Swiss Innovative Investors
5. Francesco Bagnaia, SKY Racing Team VR46
6. Isaac Viñales, SAG Team
7. Brad Binder, Red Bull KTM Ajo
8. Joan Mir, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
9. Xavi Vierge, Dynavolt Intact GP
10. Dominique Aegerter, Kiefer Racing
11. Simone Corsi, Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2
12. Marcel Schrotter, Dynavolt Intact GP
13. Danny Kent, MB Conveyors – Speed Up Racing
14. Tetsuta Nagashima, IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia
15. Hector Barbera, Pons HP40
16. Jorge Navarro, Federal Oil Gresini Moto2
17. Luca Marini, SKY Racing Team VR46
18. Andrea Locatelli, Italtrans Racing Team
19. Remy Gardner, Tech 3 Racing
20. Romano Fenati, Marinelli Snipers Team
21. Lorenzo Baldassarri, Pons HP40
22. Fabio Quartararo, MB Conveyors – Speed Up Racing
23. Stefano Manzi, Forward Racing Team
24. Joe Roberts, NTS RW Racing GP
25. Bo Bendsneyder, Tech 3 Racing
26. Eric Granado, Forward Racing Team
27. Mattia Pasini, Italtrans Racing Team
28. Steven Odendaal, NTS RW Racing GP
29. Khairul Idham Pawi, IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia
30. Jules Danilo, Nashi Argan SAG Team
31. Zulfahmi Khairuddin, SIC Racing Team
32. Federico Fuligni, Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2 (DN/vU)

NEXT: Marquez WhatsApp to Rossi, this is it

Marquez WhatsApp to Rossi, this is it

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Valentino Rossi, MotoGP Austin, Amerika Serikat 2018 © MotorSport.

Austin, runganSport — After the Argentine MotoGP race last week took place, Repsol Honda rider Marc Marquez went directly to paddcok champion Movistar Yamaha, Valentino Rossi with the aim of apologizing.

But Marquez’s good effort came to a dead end when Rossi’s right-hand man Alessio ‘Uccio’ Salucci balked at Marquez’s arrival and apology.

Apparently not only get there, in order to get a forgiveness from Rossi, Marquez is known to send messages via WhatsApp.

“Marquez had sent a message asking Rossi to make peace after the clash in the Argentine Grand Prix, for the sake of a good name MotoGP,” said a source from the environment in Yamaha as published Spanish media, Diario Gol.

It is not known whether Rossi rode his rival message or not.

But look at the attitude of Rossi until now unchanged and still feel aggrieved by the desperate action of Marquez, it seems Rossi has not forgiven the Catalan child. (DN/vU)

NEXT: Zarco Targets Prime Victory in Final Valencia

Zarco Targets Prime Victory in Final Valencia

Johann Zarco, Monster Yamaha Tech3 2017 © Crash.
Johann Zarco, Monster Yamaha Tech3 2017 © Crash.

Paris, EN runganSport Rookie Monster Yamaha Tech3, Johann Zarco wants to close his stunning first MotoGP season with a chance of victory at Valencia this weekend.

The Frenchman, who has been confirmed as Rookie of the Year this year hopes to win in the final race in Valencia later.

“This year became my best racing season with a very fast development,” Zarco told Crash.

“I am very happy to be able to go to Valencia with a level of confidence and positive feelings after the last few races.

I will see what I can do on Friday and Saturday, if I can compete and stay with the top three riders, then I hope to reach the podium in this final race, ” please Zarco.

“Actually, why not try and win first? Let’s see, but surely I really want to enjoy the race in Valencia later.

While his team-mate Jonas Folger was still sick and again replaced by Dutch rider Michael van der Mark. (DN/vU)

Potential of Rossi vs Morbidelli clash in MotoGP

Franco Morbidelli, EG 0'0 Marc VDS © MotoGP.
Franco Morbidelli, EG 0’0 Marc VDS © MotoGP.

Tavullia, EN runganSport Franco Morbidelli’s name bounced back after the Italian rider performed superbly throughout the year, especially when he successfully locked the Moto2 world title in the Malaysian series last week.

Morbidelli was Valentino Rossi’s first protege at the VR46 Riders Academy, also the first student of Rossi to win the world title.

In addition, Morbidelli also turns out the first Italian racer who could become world champion in the Grand Prix since the last time Rossi won MotoGP in the 2009 season ago.

“I’m very happy and very proud of Franky. He deserves a world title because this year he is performing at a much higher level than the others.

He has won eight wins, it shows that he dominated Moto2 this year, ” said Rossi to GPOne with a very happy tone.

Next year, Morbidelli’s name becomes one of the Moto2 alumni who will debut in the premier class, the 22-year-old will be Marc VDS Honda’s squad, which means that Morbidelli will share the track as a competitor to the teacher along with a different manufacturer.

Rossi who defended Yamaha and Morbidelli under the umbrella of Honda, whether these conditions will affect their relationship later?

Rossi himself very much hoped nothing happened between him and the disciple.

“When I look bad, then I will look for him and scolded him!” Continued Rossi laughing.

“I feel that he will be very competitive in MotoGP, and indeed we will be enemies on the track, but obviously our relationship will not change, there will be no problem later.” (DN /vU)

Dall’Igna: Hard to Fight Marquez in Valencia

Bologna, EN runganSport – General Manager of Ducati Corse, Gigi Dall’Igna knows that Ducati’s chances of securing his first MotoGP title since 2006 at the end of the season at Valencia are so low.

But nothing is impossible, at Sepang, the Ducati Tema driver, Jorge Lorenzo almost scored his first win with Ducati if his motorcycle tires did not slip and he almost fell.

After Ducati finished one and two at the Malaysian GP last week, the Italian man was very confident with both drivers.

“Our drivers are smart enough to understand what matters to the team, Lorenzo is a great driver, he understands all this and makes the right decisions,” Dall’Igna told Speedweek.

“Victory is the most important thing in the end. We have a great race at Sepang, although the conditions are very difficult.

Both our racers drove in a beautiful way. I am very happy, “continued Dall’Igna.

Then how Ducati see opportunities Andrea Dovizioso in Valencia, although left behind 21 points from Repsol Honda racer, Marc Marquez.

Could Ducati be back to celebrate his first world title since 2006 then?

“I do not know. It will be very difficult against Marquez. But we are still in the title race until the last race. That’s the most important, no one knows what will happen in Valencia later, we’ll see, “said Dall’Igna. (DN /vU)