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Free Practice 1 Results, Thailand Moto2 2018

Free Practice 1 Results, Thailand Moto2 2018
Mattia Pasini, Free Practice 1 Results, Thailand Moto2 2018 / runganSport  English © Twitter/MotoGP.

Buriram, EN runganSport — Italtrans Racing Team rider, Mattia Pasini manages to be the fastest in Free Practice 2 Thailand Moto2, at the Buriram circuit on Friday (5/10).

The Italian rider scored the best lap time of 1 minute 37,757 seconds.

The second and third fastest positions were respectively filled by Portuguese rdier, Miguel Oliveira and Spanish star, Alex Marquez.

Free Practice 1 Results, Thailand Moto2 2018

  1. Mattia Pasini, Italtrans Racing Team 1m 37.757s
  2. Miguel Oliveira, Red Bull KTM Ajo
  3. Alex Marquez, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
  4. Francesco Bagnaia, SKY Racing Team VR46
  5. Augusto Fernandez, Pons HP40
  6. Tetsuta Nagashima, IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia
  7. Niki Tuuli, Petronas Sprinta Racing
  8. Sam Lowes, Swiss Innovative Investors
  9. Jorge Navarro, Federal Oil Gresini Moto2
  10. Fabio Quartararo, MB Conveyors – Speed Up
  11. Khairul Idham Pawi, IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia
  12. Marcel Schrotter, Dynavolt Intact GP
  13. Joan Mir, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
  14. Luca Marini, SKY Racing Team VR46
  15. Iker Lecuona, Swiss Innovative Investors
  16. Andrea Locatelli, Italtrans Racing Team
  17. Lorenzo Baldassarri, Pons HP40
  18. Xavi Vierge, Dynavolt Intact GP
  19. Remy Gardner, Tech 3 Racing
  20. Brad Binder, Red Bull KTM Ajo
  21. Dominique Aegerter, Kiefer Racing
  22. Simone Corsi, Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2
  23. Bo Bendsneyder, Tech 3 Racing
  24. Edgar Pons, MB Conveyors – Speed Up
  25. Steven Odendaal, NTS RW Racing GP
  26. Isaac Viñales, Forward Racing Team
  27. Joe Roberts, NTS RW Racing GP
  28. Stefano Manzi, Forward Racing Team
  29. Xavi Cardelus, Marinelli Snipers Team
  30. Thitipong Warokorn, SAG Team
  31. Jules Danilo, Nashi Argan SAG Team
  32. Fuligni, Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2 (DN/eV)

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