|British MotoGP, Silverstone – Unfastened Apply (1) Effects|
|1||Johann Zarco||FRA||Pramac Ducati (GP22)||1’59.893s||13/13||331k|
|2||Francesco Bagnaia||ITA||Ducati Lenovo (GP22)||+0.027s||12/12||333k|
|3||Alex Rins||SPA||Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR)||+0.327s||16/17||329k|
|4||Fabio Quartararo||FRA||Monster Yamaha (YZR-M1)||+0.545s||16/17||327k|
|5||Takaaki Nakagami||JPN||LCR Honda (RC213V)||+0.555s||18/18||329k|
|6||Aleix Espargaro||SPA||Aprilia Racing (RS-GP)||+0.737s||15/17||330k|
|7||Maverick Viñales||SPA||Aprilia Racing (RS-GP)||+0.906s||16/18||330k|
|8||Joan Mir||SPA||Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR)||+0.950s||18/18||329k|
|9||Jorge Martin||SPA||Pramac Ducati (GP22)||+1.055s||19/19||332k|
|10||Brad Binder||RSA||Purple Bull KTM (RC16)||+1.101s||15/18||332k|
|11||Pol Espargaro||SPA||Repsol Honda (RC213V)||+1.147s||13/18||331k|
|12||Jack Miller||AUS||Ducati Lenovo (GP22)||+1.162s||14/16||334k|
|13||Marco Bezzecchi||ITA||Mooney VR46 Ducati (GP21)*||+1.219s||6/19||331k|
|14||Miguel Oliveira||POR||Purple Bull KTM (RC16)||+1.227s||8/16||327k|
|15||Alex Marquez||SPA||LCR Honda (RC213V)||+1.281s||8/16||328k|
|16||Enea Bastianini||ITA||Gresini Ducati (GP21)||+1.326s||14/16||332k|
|17||Remy Gardner||AUS||KTM Tech3 (RC16)*||+1.646s||17/17||327k|
|18||Raul Fernandez||SPA||KTM Tech3 (RC16)*||+1.685s||6/16||326k|
|19||Luca Marini||ITA||Mooney VR46 Ducati (GP22)||+1.714s||11/16||328k|
|20||Andrea Dovizioso||ITA||WithU Yamaha RNF (YZR-M1)||+1.855s||15/15||326k|
|21||Franco Morbidelli||ITA||Monster Yamaha (YZR-M1)||+1.882s||10/17||324k|
|22||Stefan Bradl||GER||Repsol Honda (RC213V)||+2.169s||15/16||330k|
|23||Fabio Di Giannantonio||ITA||Gresini Ducati (GP21)*||+2.286s||16/16||326k|
|24||Darryn Binder||RSA||WithU Yamaha RNF (YZR-M1)*||+2.672s||15/16||329k|
Reliable Silverstone MotoGP information:
Marc Marquez SPA Honda 1m 58.168s (2019)
Quickest race lap:
Marc Marquez SPA Honda 1m 59.936s (2019)
Johann Zarco and Francesco Bagnaia triumph over injuries to lead opening follow for the British MotoGP at Silverstone.
Bagnaia, having a look to show consideration firmly again to on-track actions after the summer season destroy drink-driving incident, suffered his early fall thru the quick Maggots/Becketts phase.
At virtually the similar time, identify chief Fabio Quartararo – who had previous attempted out the Lengthy Lap loop in preparation for Sunday’s penalty – misplaced energy from his M1 and wanted a thrust back to the pits by way of Bagnaia’s Ducati team-mate Jack Miller.
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That technical factor left the identify chief final at the timesheets by way of the midway level, as Aprilia’s Maverick Vinales set the tempo from fellow Silverstone winner Alex Rins and LCR’s Takaaki Nakagami.
However as soon as again on target, Quartararo hastily climbed to moment at the back of new chief Rins, whilst fellow Frenchman Zarco slid off his Pramac Ducati at Stowe nook, on the finish of Hangar immediately.
Lengthy-time chief Rins was once toppled by way of Quartararo and Bagnaia within the final mins. The Suzuki rider in short retaliated to take hold of P1 again, sooner than Zarco stored his very best for final with the primary sub 2m lap of the weekend and Bagnaia demoted Rins to 3rd.
Fabio Quartararo begins the British MotoGP, the primary match after the summer season destroy, with a discounted 21-point lead over Aleix Espargaro after struggling a primary DNF of the season at Assen.
Crucially, the French celebrity may also want to serve a Lengthy Lap penalty in Sunday’s Silverstone race as punishment for forcing Espargaro off-track all the way through the misjudged move, which ended with the Yamaha rider at the flooring sooner than a moment twist of fate ended his Dutch drama.
Each Quartararo and Espargaro have excellent reminiscences of Silverstone from final 12 months, when Quartararo gained from the Suzuki of Alex Rins and Espargaro held off the Ducati of Jack Miller to assert the RS-GP’s first-ever MotoGP podium.
Espargaro and Aprilia’s impressive season way, regardless of the Assen incident and handing away every other near-certain rostrum in Barcelona, the Spaniard arrives in the United Kingdom in quest of a 6th podium and moment win of the 12 months.
Pramac Ducati’s Johann Zarco is very best of the remaining in 3rd, albeit 58 issues from Quartararo and nonetheless in quest of a protracted past due premier-class win, with Manufacturing unit Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia 8 issues at the back of after taking 3 wins and 3 DNFs within the final six races.
Silverstone can be Bagnaia’s first MotoGP match since his drink-driving incident in Ibiza.
Enea Bastianini (Gresini Ducati) and Jorge Martin (Pramac) stay locked in fight to be Bagnaia’s 2023 team-mate, with Silverstone prone to be their final likelihood to provoke sooner than an end-of-August resolution is made.
Triple race winner Bastianini has slipped to 5th within the standings after his early season heroics, with 2021 winner Martin recently 11th with two second-places.
Simply two issues separate Brad Binder and long run KTM team-mate Miller within the combat for 6th within the championship, with the similar narrow margin splitting Joan Mir and Alex Rins of their final season as Suzuki team-mates.
Whilst Rins formally showed a transfer to LCR Honda all the way through the summer season destroy, Mir’s anticipated transfer to Repsol Honda instead of Pol Espargaro continues to be to be showed.
With Marc Marquez nonetheless improving from his newest arm surgical procedure, Espargaro – tipped to make a go back to KTM and Tech3 subsequent season – is once more partnered by way of HRC take a look at rider Stefan Bradl this weekend.
2022 British MotoGP, Silverstone – Race weekend agenda (UK time)
Friday August 5
9am – Moto3 Unfastened Apply 1
9.55am – MotoGP Unfastened Apply 1
10.55am – Moto2 Unfastened Apply 1
1.15pm – Moto3 Unfastened Apply 2
2.10pm – MotoGP Unfastened Apply 2
3.10pm – Moto2 Unfastened Apply 2
Saturday August 6
9am – Moto3 Unfastened Apply 3
9.55am – MotoGP Unfastened Apply 3
10.55am – Moto2 Unfastened Apply 2
12.35pm – Moto3 Qualifying 1
1pm – Moto3 Qualifying 2
1.30pm – MotoGP Unfastened Apply 4
2.10pm – MotoGP Qualifying 1
2.35pm – MotoGP Qualifying 2
3.10pm – Moto2 Qualifying 1
3.35pm – Moto2 Qualifying 2
Sunday August 7
9.20am – Moto3 warm-up
9.40am – MotoGP warm-up
10.10am – Moto2 warm-up
11.20am – Moto3 race
1pm – MotoGP race
2.30pm – Moto2 race
|Assen: MotoGP Global Championship standings|
|1||=||Fabio Quartararo||FRA||Monster Yamaha (YZR-M1)||172|
|2||=||Aleix Espargaro||SPA||Aprilia Racing (RS-GP)||151||(-21)|
|3||=||Johann Zarco||FRA||Pramac Ducati (GP22)||114||(-58)|
|4||^2||Francesco Bagnaia||ITA||Ducati Lenovo (GP22)||106||(-66)|
|5||˅1||Enea Bastianini||ITA||Gresini Ducati (GP21)||105||(-67)|
|6||˅1||Brad Binder||RSA||Purple Bull KTM (RC16)||93||(-79)|
|7||=||Jack Miller||AUS||Ducati Lenovo (GP22)||91||(-81)|
|8||^1||Joan Mir||SPA||Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR)||77||(-95)|
|9||˅1||Alex Rins||SPA||Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR)||75||(-97)|
|10||=||Miguel Oliveira||POR||Purple Bull KTM (RC16)||71||(-101)|
|11||=||Jorge Martin||SPA||Pramac Ducati (GP22)||70||(-102)|
|12||^2||Maverick Viñales||SPA||Aprilia Racing (RS-GP)||62||(-110)|
|13||˅1||Marc Marquez||SPA||Repsol Honda (RC213V)||60||(-112)|
|14||^3||Marco Bezzecchi||ITA||Mooney VR46 Ducati (GP21)*||55||(-117)|
|15||˅2||Luca Marini||ITA||Mooney VR46 Ducati (GP22)||52||(-120)|
|16||=||Takaaki Nakagami||JPN||LCR Honda (RC213V)||42||(-130)|
|17||˅2||Pol Espargaro||SPA||Repsol Honda (RC213V)||40||(-132)|
|18||=||Alex Marquez||SPA||LCR Honda (RC213V)||27||(-145)|
|19||=||Franco Morbidelli||ITA||Monster Yamaha (YZR-M1)||25||(-147)|
|20||=||Fabio di Giannantonio||ITA||Gresini Ducati (GP21)*||18||(-154)|
|21||=||Darryn Binder||RSA||WithU Yamaha RNF (YZR-M1)*||10||(-162)|
|22||=||Andrea Dovizioso||ITA||WithU Yamaha RNF (YZR-M1)||10||(-162)|
|23||=||Remy Gardner||AUS||KTM Tech3 (RC16)*||9||(-163)|
|24||=||Raul Fernandez||SPA||KTM Tech3 (RC16)*||5||(-167)|