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Live MotoGP / Free Practice 3 GP Catalonia: A.Espargarò record, Vinales and Bastianini from Q1 – Live

[Motomondiale] Good afternoon dear readers of FormulaPassion.it passionate about MotoGP and welcome back with the appointment dedicated to the direct report of the third free practice session of the Catalan Grand Prix, ninth race of the 2022 world championship in the premier class (click here to activate the Sport Pass of NOW a € 4.99 per month for two months).
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Analyses – Aleix Espargarò (Aprilia) confirms himself as the man to beat also on Saturday morning in Barcelona. The home driver was in fact the fastest even in the third free practice, stopping the clock at 1’38.771, a new record on the Catalan track. Behind him four Ducatis, including Zarco (Prima Pramac team) second, Martin (Prima Pramac team) third, Bagnaia (works team) fourth and Miller (works team) fifth. He tries to save Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), the sixth and only bike of Iwata in the top14. Luca Marini (Ducati VR46) completes the ten qualified by right of right to excellent seventh, Pol Espargarò eighth, with the only Honda in the top 16, Alex Rins (Suzuki) ninth and Fabio Di Giannantonio (Ducati Gresini), author of a fantastic result after the pole of Mugello.
Disappointment for Vinales (Aprilia), 11th for just 10 thousandths and Enea Bastianini (Ducati Gresini) 12th for just 26 thousandths. With them in Q1 there will be Joan Mir (Suzuki) 13th, Bezzecchi (Ducati VR46) 14th and Morbidelli (Yamaha) 15th. Late night for KTM, with the best placed Brad Binder only 16th.

10.40 – Checkered flag for the Free 3 of Barcelona – Aleix Espargarò (Aprilia) finishes in the lead, ahead of Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac) and Martin (Ducati Prima Pramac).
Three ‘bigs’ will start from Q1: Vinales (Aprilia), Bastianini (Ducati Gresini) and Joan Mir (Suzuki).

10.39 – Bagnaia (Ducati, MS) climbs to fourth position at 0 ″ 259. Luca Marini (Ducati VR46) enters the ten with the ninth fastest time. Now out of the ten, besides Bastianini there is also Vinales (Aprilia).

10.37 – Jorge Martin (Ducati Prima Pramac, MS) gets the second position in 1’39.005. Enea Bastianini (Ducati Gresini) comes out of the top 10, currently 11th for just 11 thousandths.

10.35 – Five minutes to the end, Aleix Espargarò (Aprilia) rides on Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac), Miller (Ducati), Quartararo (Yamaha), Bagnaia (Ducati), Rins (Suzuki), Di Giannantonio (Ducati Gresini), Vinales (Aprilia ), Pol Espargarò (Honda) and Bastianini (Ducati Gresini).

10.32 – Bagnaia (Ducati) improves, now fourth at 0 ″ 538 from Aleix Espargarò (Aprilia). Currently out of the top 10 we find Joan Mir (Suzuki) 13th and Jack Miller (Ducati) 14th. The first of the KTMs is that of Brad Binder, 16th.

10.31 – Nice performance by Fabio Di Giannantonio (Ducati Gresini, MS), fifth at 0 ″ 667. Bagnaia (Ducati) is 11th, with Morbidelli (Yamaha) 12th.

10.29 – Behind Aleix Espargarò (Aprilia) the positions are reshuffled. Now Zarco is second (Ducati Prima Pramac, MS) at 0 ″ 261, third Quartararo (Yamaha, MS) at 0 ″ 317, fourth Rins (Suzuki, MS) at 0 ″ 588, fifth Bastianini (Ducati Gresini, MS) at 0 ″ 688.
In the ten also Marini (Ducati VR46), eighth, and Bagnaia (Ducati), tenth.

10.25 – Detachments of the top 10 at 15 minutes from the end:
1. Aleix Espargarò 1’38.771
2. Vinales +0.6
3. Martin +0.7
4. Bastianini +0.8
5. Quarterback +0.8
6. Rins +0.9
7. Miller +0.9
8. Zarco +1.0
9. Nakagami +1.0
10. Bagnaia +1.2.
At the moment the first 10 of the session correspond to the first 10 of the combined.

10.22 – Great time of Aleix Espargarò (Aprilia, MS), who stops the clock at 1’38.771. A 0 ″ 671 faster lap than Maverick Vinales. The Spaniard has signed the new record of the Montmelò track for the MotoGP.

10.19 – Maverick Vinales (Aprilia, MS) takes the lead in 1’39.442, the first time of the session, just 40 thousandths from Aleix Espargarò’s (Aprilia) best lap on Friday.

10.15 – This is the top 10 of the combined standings 25 minutes from the end: Aleix Espargarò, Quartararo, Vinales, Miller, Zarco, Nakagami, Bastianini, Bagnaia, Martin, Mir.

10.12 – Crash for Pol Espargarò (Honda) in the second sector, Turn 5. This morning Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha) is thirteenth, almost six tenths behind his teammate Quartararo.

10.10 – Detachments of the top 10 at 15 minutes from the start:
1. Quartermaster 1’39,628
2. Miller +0.1
3. Zarco +0.1
4. Nakagami +0.1
5. Bagnaia +0.3
6. Bezzecchi +0.3
7. By Giannantonio +0.4
8. Martin +0.4
9. Darryn Binder +0.4
10. Bastianini +0.4.

10.05 – Johann Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac, MM) climbs to third place in 1’39.813, third place. Bagnaia (Ducati) is currently fifth, Bastianini (Ducati Gresini) tenth.

10.02 – Jack Miller (Ducati, MM) again in 1’39.756, behind him Takaaki Nakagami (Honda LCR, SM) at 0 ″ 202 and Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati VR46, MM).
However, he lined up Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha, MM) in 1’39.628, while Brad Binder (KTM) crashes in Turn 4.

10.00 – Jack Miller (Ducati, MM) already falls below his own limit in 1’39.960, a tenth and a half faster than Di Giannantonio (Ducati Gresini, MM) and Quartararo (Yamaha, MM).

09.59 – First chronometric references on the time monitor. The leader is Brad Binder (KTM, MM) in 1’40.843, followed by Gardner (KTM Tech3) and Di Giannantonio (Ducati Gresini).

09.55 – Green light for the Free 3 of Barcelona – Forty-five minutes available to the 25 riders of the MotoGP class for the last session which will outline the top 10 of the riders who will have guaranteed direct access to Q2.

09.50 – The weather conditions in Barcelona are also perfect this morning. Obviously, the cooler temperatures compared to yesterday afternoon’s PL2 will allow the MotoGP riders to significantly lower lap times.

09.45 – The PL3 of Moto3 ended a few minutes ago, with Dennis Foggia (Leopard) leader and Sergio Garcia (GasGas) and David Salvador (Max Racing) behind him.

09.40 – Marco Bezzecchi is one of the many happy Italian surprises at the start of 2022. The VR46 team rider is one of Casey Stoner’s favorites.

09.35 – Valentino Rossi in his last years at Yamaha has always stressed that MotoGP was now becoming like F1 in terms of the size of the personnel employed within the racing departments. The Iwata house must have surrendered to this evidence by now and to strengthen the engine sector it arrived thanks to the partnership with Toyota Luca Marmorini, former Ferrari engineer.

09.30 – On Friday at Montmelò a double for Aprilia, with Aleix Espargarò who preceded Maverick Vinales by just over three tenths. Behind them the Italian couple formed by Enea Bastianini (Ducati Gresini) and ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia (Ducati). World leader Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) finished eighth, with Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha) taking a comforting tenth position. However, these results will have to be confirmed already this morning in the Free 3 in Barcelona, ​​a decisive session that will serve to indicate the 10 drivers who will start from Q2 and the 15 who will have to start from Q1 in the afternoon qualifying.

FP | Stefano Ollanu


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