Free Practice 1 Results Moto2 Italy 2018

Free Practice 1 Results Moto2 Italy 2018
Free Practice 1 Results Moto2 Italy 2018 / runganSport © Twitter/MotoGP.

Mugello, EN runganSport — EG 0’0 MarcVDS star, Alex Marquez fastest in Free Practice 1 Moto2 Italy at Mugello Circuit.

Free Practice 1 Results Moto2 Italy 2018

  1. Alex Marquez, EG 0,0 Marc VDS 1m 52.515s
  2. Sam Lowes, Swiss Innovative Investors
  3. Miguel Oliveira, Red Bull KTM Ajo
  4. Joan Mir, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
  5. Lorenzo Baldassarri, Pons HP40
  6. Marcel Schrotter, Dynavolt Intact GP
  7. Francesco Bagnaia, SKY Racing Team VR46
  8. Andrea Locatelli, Italtrans Racing Team
  9. Hector Barbera, Pons HP40
  10. Romano Fenati, Marinelli Snipers Team
  11. Jorge Navarro, Federal Oil Gresini Moto2
  12. Luca Marini, SKY Racing Team VR46
  13. Stefano Manzi, Forward Racing Team
  14. Danny Kent, MB Conveyors – Speed Up Racing
  15. Simone Corsi, Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2
  16. Brad Binder, Red Bull KTM Ajo
  17. Mattia Pasini, Italtrans Racing Team
  18. Bo Bendsneyder, Tech 3 Racing
  19. Xavi Vierge, Dynavolt Intact GP
  20. Fabio Quartararo, MB Conveyors – Speed Up Racing
  21. Tetsuta Nagashima, IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia
  22. Dominique Aegerter, Kiefer Racing
  23. Khairul Idham Pawi, IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia
  24. Isaac Vinales, SAG Team
  25. Joe Roberts, NTS RW Racing GP
  26. Niki Tuuli, SIC Racing Team
  27. Eric Granado, Forward Racing Team
  28. Steven Odendaal, NTS RW Racing GP
  29. Federico Fuligni, Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2
  30. Hector Garzo, Tech 3 Racing
  31. Jules Danilo, Nashi Argan SAG Team
  32. Iker Lecuona, Swiss Innovative Investors
  33. Xavi Cardelus, Team Stylobike (DN/eV)

NEXT: Free Practice 1 Results MotoGP Italy 2018

Free Practice 1 Results MotoGP Italy 2018

Free Practice 1 Results MotoGP Italy 2018
Free Practice 1 Results MotoGP Italy 2018 2018 © Twitter/MotoGP.

Mugello, EN runganSport — Italian star, Andrea Iannone make fast lap in FP1 MotoGP Italy at Mugello Circuit.

Free Practice 1 Results MotoGP Italy 2018

  1. Andrea Iannone, Suzuki Ecstar 1m 47.253s
  2. Michele Pirro, Ducati Team
  3. Andrea Dovizioso, Ducati Team
  4. Maverick Vinales, Movistar Yamaha
  5. Jack Miller, Pramac Ducati
  6. Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda
  7. Franco Morbidelli, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
  8. Valentino Rossi, Movistar Yamaha
  9. Jorge Lorenzo, Ducati Team
  10. Cal Crutchlow, LCR Honda
  11. Johann Zarco, Monster Yamaha Tech3
  12. Alex Rins, Suzuki Ecstar
  13. Danilo Petrucci, Pramac Ducati
  14. Aleix Espargaro, Factory Aprilia Gresini
  15. Pol Espargaro, Red Bull KTM Factory
  16. Karel Abraham, Angel Nieto Team
  17. Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda
  18. Takaaki Nakagami, LCR Honda
  19. Alvaro Bautista, Angel Nieto Team
  20. Bradley Smith, Red Bull KTM Factory
  21. Tito Rabat, Reale Avintia
  22. Thomas Luthi, EG 0,0 Marc VDS
  23. Scott Redding, Factory Aprilia Gresini
  24. Hafizh Syahrin, Monster Yamaha Tech3
  25. Xavier Simeon, Reale Avintia (DN/eV)

NEXT: Free Practice 1 Results Moto3 Italy 2018

Free Practice 1 Results Moto3 Italy 2018

Free Practice 1 Results Moto3 Italy 2018
Jorge Martin, Free Practice 1 Results Moto3 Italy 2018 © Twitter/MotoGP.

Mugello, EN runganSport — Spanish rider, Jorge Martin fastes in FP1 Moto3 Italy at Mugello Circuit.

Free Practice 1 Results Moto3 Italy 2018

  1. Jorge Martin, Del Conca Gresini Moto3 1m 58.078s
  2. Aron Canet, Estrella Galicia 0,0
  3. Philipp Oettl , Sudmetal Schedl GP Racing
  4. Andrea Migno, Angel Nieto Team Moto3
  5. Niccolò Antonelli, SIC58 Squadra Corse
  6. John McPhee, CIP – Green Power
  7. Marco Bezzecchi, Redox PruestelGP
  8. Fabio Di Giannantonio, Del Conca Gresini Moto3
  9. Nicolo Bulega, SKY Racing Team VR46
  10. Jakub Kornfeil, Redox PruestelGP
  11. Livio Loi, Reale Avintia Academy
  12. Makar Yurchenko, CIP – Green Power
  13. Dennis Foggia, SKY Racing Team VR46
  14. Tatsuki Suzuki, SIC58 Squadra Corse
  15. Enea Bastianini, Leopard Racing
  16. Darryn Binder, Red Bull KTM Ajo
  17. Gabriel Rodrigo, RBA BOE Skull Rider
  18. Kaito Toba, Honda Team Asia
  19. Tony Arbolino, Marinelli Snipers Team
  20. Albert Arenas, Angel Nieto Team Moto3
  21. Lorenzo Dalla Porta, Leopard Racing
  22. Ayumu Sasaki, Petronas Sprinta Racing
  23. Adam Norrodin, Petronas Sprinta Racing
  24. Jaume Masia, Bester Capital Dubai
  25. Kazuki Masaki, RBA BOE Skull Rider
  26. Marcos Ramirez, Bester Capital Dubai
  27. Manuel Pagliani, Leopard Junior Team
  28. Nakarin Atiratphuvapat, Honda Team Asia
  29. Alonso Lopez, Estrella Galicia 0,0
  30. Stefano Nepa, NRT Junior Team (DN/eV)

NEXT: Official: Iannone Leave Suzuki After 2018

Official: Iannone Leave Suzuki After 2018

Official: Iannone Leave Suzuki After 2018
Andrea Iannne, Suzuki Ecstar MotoGP / runganSport © MotorSport.

Mugello, EN runganSport — Italian rider, Andrea Iannone has confirmed that he will leave the Suzoto Ecstar MotoGP team at the end of the 2018 season.

Iannone performed poorly throughout the year with Suzuki due to the difficulty of driving a typical Japanese motorcycle.

Iannone failed to climb the podium last year, only in 13th position of the final standings in 2017.

But, Iannone kicked off earlier this year with two podiums in America and Spain.

Unfortunately, Iannone’s slick performance came late, because the Japanese manufacturer will be able to stabilize Moto2 rider Joan Mir as a replacement for Iannone from 2019.

“Obviously I will not stay at Suzuki,” Iannone said in Mugello as reported by MotorSport.

“I’m going to move to another manufacturer, but at the moment I’m not going to talk about my future because it’s a bit like hell.

Suzuki spoke to me about my future only after the Barcelona test, they reflect for a long time, but in any case now I’m sure it will not stay in Suzuki,” he continued.

Iannone’s best choice for 2019 is expected to join another Italian manufacturer, Aprilia, he will replace Briton, Scott Redding.

Although demikina, Iannone confirmed he will still perform optimally with Suzuki until this season runs out.

“I am very happy with my performance at the beginning of this year, the motor is currently very new and very comfortable paddock pad,” Iannone admitted.

“Unlike last year, I was very difficult.

But Suzuki is trying his best and I am too, and we will continue like this until the end of the season,” Iannone closed. (DN / eV)

NEXT: Top 10 World Cities MotoGP Fans

Top 10 World Cities MotoGP Fans

Top 10 World Cities MotoGP Fans
Race MotoGP Le Mans, France 2018 / EN runganSport © Twitter/MotoGP.

Jakarta, EN runganSport — MotoGP is the most racing two wheel racing scene in the eyes of the world community, even far beat a similar competition, World Superbike.

For the Asian region, MotoGP is even able to match the popularity of car racing, Formula 1.

MotoGP is very popular in the Asian region, especially in Southeast Asia with Indonesia being the majority of the most enthusiastic fans.

Another only with in Europe, F1 is far superior to MotoGP in terms of audience interest.

Indonesia is the biggest contributor to the number of MotoGP world viewers, even the Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo admits that he is more famous in Indonesia than in his home country.

There are many riders who visit Indonesia for the promotion of their manufacturers and sponsors, most of them are shocked and touched by the fan friendliness in Indonesia.

All the drivers who came to Indonesia were amazed by the support of the fans, they felt like the meaning of the top world if already in Indonesia, which is in fact always invaded by fans.

Here are ten cities in the world with the biggest MotoGP fans collected from Google Trends data in the last 12 months.

1. Makassar, Indonesia / 100 
Makassar City is the capital of South Sulawesi province. Makassar is the largest metropolitan city in eastern Indonesia and has in the past been the capital of the State of East Indonesia and the province of Sulawesi.

2. Medan, Indonesia / 85
Medan City is the capital of North Sumatra province, Indonesia. The city is the third largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta and Surabaya, as well as the largest city outside of Java Island.

3. Bologna, Italy / 77
Bologna is the capital of Regione Emilia-Romagna located in the central part of Italy. The population numbered 367,000 inhabitants

4. Surabaya, Indonesia / 77
The city of Surabaya is the capital of East Java Province, Indonesia, as well as the largest metropolitan city in the province. Surabaya is the second largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta.

5. Florence, Italy / 68
Florence or Firenze is the capital of the province of Florence, the Tuscany region of Central Italy. Split by the Arno River, at the foot of the Apennine hills, the city has a population of 400,000 people.

6. Milan, Italy / 68
Milan is a major city to the north of Italy, and is located on a stretch of Lombardy, the most developed region of Italy.

7. Palembang, Indonesia / 64
Palembang is the capital of South Sumatra province. Palembang is the second largest city in Sumatra after Medan.

8. Jakarta, Indonesia / 56
The Special Capital Region of Jakarta is the capital city of the country and largest city in Indonesia. Jakarta is the only city in Indonesia that has a provincial level status. Jakarta is located on the northwest coast of Java Island.

9. Turin,Italy / 55
Torino is an industrial city, including a business and cultural center in the north-west of Italy, the capital of the Piemonte region and situated on the western bank of the Po River.

10. Bandung, Indonesia / 51
Bandung is the largest metropolitan city in West Java province, as well as being the capital of the province. (DN/eV)

NEXT: Crutchlow: I Deserve to Join Repsol Honda

Crutchlow: I Deserve to Join Repsol Honda

Crutchlow: I Deserve to Join Repsol Honda
Cal Crutchlow, LCR Honda Castrol / EN runganSport © MotoGP.

Mugello, EN runganSport — So far the new Repsol Honda announced one rider for the upcoming 2019/2020 season.

Another position is still empty, which is currently being occupied by Dani Pedrosa.

The failure of Johann Zarco and Joan Mir to Repsol Honda increasingly memperluar opportunities Pedrosa survive in the Orange team.

But there is one senior Honda rider who really crave Repsol Honda team, he is Cal Crutchlow.

The British rider who is now defending the LCR Honda Satellite team feels very worthy to be in the first team.

“If you look at what the results of my racing in the statistics in the last three seasons, I always exist in the top ten of the final standings.

So, I really deserve a place in the manufacturer team, “Crutchlow said as reported by Sport Bikes News.

Cutchlow also feel strange with Repsol Honda who was interested in hook Zarco, but according to Zarco has not been confirmed to fit the Honda engine.

“It’s clear Zarco is one of the best riders, but I do not think he fits in with Honda.

I’ve tested Yamaha, Ducati and Honda, so I know how everything works.

Zarco says he wants to have a style similar to Jorge to control M1. But Honda is a very demanding motorcycle, “Crutchlow continued.

“Yamaha and Honda differ like day and night, Honda racer will have problems if you use Yamaha, vice versa.

Because Honda’s strongest point is in our braking sector, which is clearly 1000 times better than Yamaha, but in their bend better,” said Crutchlow. (DN/eV)

NEXT: MotoGP Standings After GP Austin, America 2018