|Dutch MotoGP, Assen – Complete Qualifying Effects|
|1||Francesco Bagnaia||ITA||Ducati Lenovo (GP22)||1’31.504s||6/8||309k|
|2||Fabio Quartararo||FRA||Monster Yamaha (YZR-M1)||+0.116s||7/8||303k|
|3||Jorge Martin||SPA||Pramac Ducati (GP22)||+0.204s||2/7||311k|
|4||Marco Bezzecchi||ITA||Mooney VR46 Ducati (GP21)*||+0.292s||6/9||311k|
|5||Aleix Espargaro||SPA||Aprilia Racing (RS-GP)||+0.364s||6/8||307k|
|6||Jack Miller||AUS||Ducati Lenovo (GP22)||+0.620s||3/8||308k|
|7||Johann Zarco||FRA||Pramac Ducati (GP22)||+0.671s||6/8||309k|
|8||Miguel Oliveira||POR||Pink Bull KTM (RC16)||+0.768s||6/8||305k|
|9||Alex Rins||SPA||Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR)||+0.803s||7/8||304k|
|10||Brad Binder||RSA||Pink Bull KTM (RC16)||+0.863s||7/8||304k|
|11||Maverick Viñales||SPA||Aprilia Racing (RS-GP)||+0.920s||7/8||307k|
|12||Takaaki Nakagami||JPN||LCR Honda (RC213V)||+1.463s||3/8||302k|
|13||Luca Marini||ITA||Mooney VR46 Ducati (GP22)||1’32.787s||8/9||303k|
|14||Joan Mir||SPA||Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR)||1’32.898s||3/9||304k|
|15||Fabio Di Giannantonio||ITA||Gresini Ducati (GP21)*||1’32.912s||8/9||304k|
|16||Enea Bastianini||ITA||Gresini Ducati (GP21)||1’33.005s||6/6||310k|
|17||Andrea Dovizioso||ITA||WithU Yamaha RNF (YZR-M1)||1’33.009s||3/9||304k|
|18||Stefan Bradl||GER||Repsol Honda (RC213V)||1’33.029s||7/9||308k|
|19||Remy Gardner||AUS||KTM Tech3 (RC16)*||1’33.093s||2/8||305k|
|20||Franco Morbidelli||ITA||Monster Yamaha (YZR-M1)||1’33.096s||7/8||299k|
|21||Alex Marquez||SPA||LCR Honda (RC213V)||1’33.113s||3/9||305k|
|22||Lorenzo Savadori||ITA||Aprilia Racing (RS-GP)||1’33.467s||6/8||302k|
|23||Raul Fernandez||SPA||KTM Tech3 (RC16)*||1’33.652s||8/8||306k|
|24||Darryn Binder||RSA||WithU Yamaha RNF (YZR-M1)*||1’33.998s||7/9||301k|
Reputable Assen MotoGP information:
Very best lap:
Marc Marquez SPA Honda 1m 33.617s (2015)
Quickest race lap:
Fabio Quartararo FRA Yamaha 1m 32.869s (2021)
Francesco Bagnaia is helping put his Sachsenring distress in the back of him via conquering pole place for the 2022 Dutch MotoGP at Assen, forward of Fabio Quartararo and Jorge Martin.
With rain clouds accumulating overhead, Martin set the tone for a frantic consultation with a new lap report on his first flying lap whilst ultimate follow chief Quartararo took a go back and forth in the course of the gravel.
Martin, Quartararo and Bagnaia shaped the provisional entrance row via the mid-session tyre alternate, the Pramac Ducati rider protecting pole till Bagnaia blasted 0.204s beneath the younger Spaniard.
A fall for Martin on the Flip 5 hairpin blunted his hopes of retaliation, with Jack Miller then shedding his Desmosedici on the identical nook.
Bagnaia’s pole was once successfully showed when Quartararo, having moved into 2d, was once unseated from his M1 all through his ultimate lap, leaving the sector champion 0.116s adrift whilst Martin claimed his first front-row since Texas.
Rookie Marco Bezzecchi was once a very good fourth forward of Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro – annoyed at yellow flags – and Miller, who apologised to Maverick Vinales after the consultation following a near-miss within the last phases as he rode again after the autumn. It is still observed if Miller will face a 2d race penalty in a row.
— Crash MotoGP (@crash_motogp) June 25, 2022
Johann Zarco, Miguel Oliveira and Alex Rins will shape row 3.
Pink Bull KTM team-mates Brad Binder and Oliveira reached Q2 via main Qualifying 1, whilst Suzuki’s Joan Mir (14th) and Gresini Ducati’s Enea Bastianini (sixteenth) had been amongst those who did not growth past Qualifying 1.
Fabio Quartararo begins the Dutch TT at Assen, the overall tournament prior to the MotoGP summer season wreck, protecting a 34-point lead over Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro and 61-point benefit over Pramac Ducati’s Johann Zarco.
That suggests, no matter occurs on Sunday, the Yamaha megastar will stay on the head of the sector championship desk all through the vacations, however the younger Frenchman would without a doubt love to near the outlet ‘part’ with a repeat of final 12 months’s Assen victory.
Whilst Quartararo has constructed up respiring room on the most sensible, the likes of Gresini Ducati’s Enea Bastianini (-72 issues) and particularly manufacturing unit Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia have suffered badly in fresh rounds and might be determined to secure the send with a podium go back in The Netherlands.
A gloomy horse may well be Espargaro’s team-mate Maverick Vinales, who completed 2d to then team-mate Quartararo (from pole place) at Assen final season and arrives contemporary from his best possible race appearing at the RS-GP, till hitting journey peak issues in Germany.
Franco Morbidelli could have an extended lap penalty for the race after two times driving slowly at the racing line in Friday follow, after having won a verbal caution for a similar offence at Sachsenring.
Alex Rins is returning to motion after being pressured to desert a comeback from his fractured wrist at Sachsenring final weekend. Then again, after serious ache from his injured ribs on Friday, Pol Espargaro has withdrawn from the rest of the Assen tournament.
In the meantime, the infamous Assen climate is ready to stay riders and groups on their feet during the weekend.
Dutch MotoGP race weekend time table (UK time)
Friday 24 June
8am-8.40am – Moto3 Unfastened Apply 1
8.55am-9.40am – MotoGP Unfastened Apply 1
9.55am-10.35am – Moto2 Unfastened Apply 1
12.15pm -12.55pm – Moto3 Unfastened Apply 2
1.10pm-1.55pm – MotoGP Unfastened Apply 2
2.10pm-2.50pm – Moto2 Unfastened Apply 2
Saturday 25 June
8am-8.40am – Moto3 Unfastened Apply 3
8.55am-9.40am – MotoGP Unfastened Apply 3
9.55am-10.35am – Moto2 Unfastened Apply 3
11.35am-11.50am – Moto3 Qualifying 1
12pm-12.15pm – Moto3 Qualifying 2
12.30-1pm – MotoGP Unfastened Apply 4
1.10pm-1.25pm – MotoGP Qualifying 1
1.35pm-1.50pm – MotoGP Qualifying 2
2.10pm-2.25pm – Moto2 Qualifying 1
2.35pm-2.50pm – Moto2 Qualifying 2
Sunday 26 June
8am-8.10am – Moto3 warm-up
8.20am-8.30am – Moto2 warm-up
8.40am-9am – MotoGP warm-up
10am – Moto3 race
11.20am – Moto2 race
1pm – MotoGP race
|Sachsenring: MotoGP International Championship standings|
|1||=||Fabio Quartararo||FRA||Monster Yamaha (YZR-M1)||172|
|2||=||Aleix Espargaro||SPA||Aprilia Racing (RS-GP)||138||(-34)|
|3||^1||Johann Zarco||FRA||Pramac Ducati (GP22)||111||(-61)|
|4||˅1||Enea Bastianini||ITA||Gresini Ducati (GP21)||100||(-72)|
|5||^1||Brad Binder||RSA||Pink Bull KTM (RC16)||82||(-90)|
|6||˅1||Francesco Bagnaia||ITA||Ducati Lenovo (GP22)||81||(-91)|
|7||^2||Jack Miller||AUS||Ducati Lenovo (GP22)||81||(-91)|
|8||˅1||Alex Rins||SPA||Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR)||69||(-103)|
|9||˅1||Joan Mir||SPA||Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR)||69||(-103)|
|10||^1||Miguel Oliveira||POR||Pink Bull KTM (RC16)||64||(-108)|
|11||^1||Jorge Martin||SPA||Pramac Ducati (GP22)||61||(-111)|
|12||˅2||Marc Marquez||SPA||Repsol Honda (RC213V)||60||(-112)|
|13||^1||Luca Marini||ITA||Mooney VR46 Ducati (GP22)||52||(-120)|
|14||˅1||Maverick Viñales||SPA||Aprilia Racing (RS-GP)||46||(-126)|
|15||=||Pol Espargaro||SPA||Repsol Honda (RC213V)||40||(-132)|
|16||=||Takaaki Nakagami||JPN||LCR Honda (RC213V)||38||(-134)|
|17||=||Marco Bezzecchi||ITA||Mooney VR46 Ducati (GP21)*||35||(-137)|
|18||=||Alex Marquez||SPA||LCR Honda (RC213V)||26||(-146)|
|19||=||Franco Morbidelli||ITA||Monster Yamaha (YZR-M1)||25||(-147)|
|20||^1||Fabio di Giannantonio||ITA||Gresini Ducati (GP21)*||16||(-156)|
|21||˅1||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)|