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So MM93 has done nothing short of dominate thus far, can he continue if so just how many poles/wins can he get this year? I personally think this will be a another record year for him, hard to top his stellar rookie season last year but it looks like he's on his way of doing just that. JL99 has certainly faulted and is in some real trouble, he's NOT a quitter that's for sure, VR46 off to a great start and is running at the front, i hope he can continue!!

Circuit Info:
Length: 4.185 m / 2.600 miles
Width: 13m
Left corners: 4
Right corners: 9
Longest straight: 674 m / 0.419 miles
Constructed: 1966
Modified: 2008

Introduction:
Introduction:
Built in 1965 around the existing 24-Hour track, the Le Mans Bugatti Grand Prix race circuit lies 5km south of the city of Le Mans and 200km south-west of Paris. The venue has hosted Grand Prix since the late sixties but a serious accident to Spanish rider Alberto Puig in 1995 saw it struck off the calendar until 2000 whilst stringent safety improvements were carried out.

Records:
Records Season Rider Motorcycle Time Speed
MotoGP
Fastest Lap 2008 Dani PEDROSA (SPA) Honda 1'32.647 162.6 km/h
Circuit Record 2011 Dani PEDROSA (SPA) Honda 1'33.617 160.9 km/h
Best Pole 2008 Dani PEDROSA (SPA) Honda 1'32.647 162.6 km/h
Top Speed 2012 Hector BARBERA (SPA) Ducati 309.1 km/h





Current Points:
1 Marc MARQUEZ Honda SPA 100
2 Dani PEDROSA Honda SPA 72
3 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha ITA 61
4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati ITA 45
5 Jorge LORENZO Yamaha SPA 35
6 Stefan BRADL Honda GER 30
7 Aleix ESPARGARO Forward Yamaha SPA 30
8 Bradley SMITH Yamaha GBR 28
9 Andrea IANNONE Ducati ITA 25
10 Pol ESPARGARO Yamaha SPA 25
11 Nicky HAYDEN Honda USA 23
12 Hiroshi AOYAMA Honda JPN 19
13 Scott REDDING Honda GBR 14
14 Yonny HERNANDEZ Ducati COL 13
15 Alvaro BAUTISTA Honda SPA 10
16 Cal CRUTCHLOW Ducati GBR 10
17 Karel ABRAHAM Honda CZE 8
18 Colin EDWARDS Forward Yamaha USA 7
19 Danilo PETRUCCI ART ITA 2
20 Hector BARBERA Avintia SPA 2
21 Broc PARKES PBM AUS 1
 

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Friday 16 May 2014 All times Eastern Time

Moto3FP1
03:00 - 03:40
MotoGPFP1
03:55 - 04:40
Moto2FP1
04:55 - 05:40
Moto3FP2
07:10 - 07:50
MotoGPFP2
08:05 - 08:50
Moto2FP2
09:05 - 09:50

Saturday 17 May 2014

Moto3FP3
03:00 - 03:40
MotoGPFP3
03:55 - 04:40
Moto2FP3
04:55 - 05:40
Moto3QP
06:35 - 07:15
MotoGPFP4
07:30 - 08:00
MotoGPQ1
08:10 - 08:25
MotoGPQ2
08:35 - 08:50
Moto2QP
09:05 - 09:50

Sunday 18 May 2014

Moto3WUP
02:40 - 03:00
Moto2WUP
03:10 - 03:30
MotoGPWUP
03:40 - 04:00
Moto3RAC
05:00
Moto2RAC
06:20
MotoGPRAC
08:00
 

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Should be an awesome race probably will be a wet race as usual
 

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Hayden provides update on condition
Nicky Hayden has provided an update on his condition ahead of the Monster Energy Grand Prix de France, having missed the post race Monday test at Jerez due to swelling around an old wrist injury.
The Drive M7 Aspar rider saw a wrist injury – which required surgery in 2013 - become inflamed over the weekend of the Spanish Grand and was forced to sit out the day of testing in the south of Spain.

Hayden has been for a check-up back in the States and fully expects to be riding at Le Mans.

He said, “Basically the doctors here in California agreed with the doctors from Clinica Mobile and after doing some MRI and scans it is nothing so serious. Seems that I just irritated the joint somehow during qualifying (in Jerez), though it is not clear how that caused the inflammation in the joint which caused pain and swelling of the hand.”

“They did some treatment and injections to calm it down and now it is matter of doing therapy and rest to let it heal for Le Mans. We hope it returns back to normal very soon. I’m ok back home doing therapy and trying to prepare for Le Mans.”
 

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Five out of five for Marquez at Le Mans?
The MotoGP™ field returns to France this weekend for the fifth round of 2014. Reigning World Champion Marc Marquez has dominated proceedings so far this year, already making him the 16th most successful rider for race wins in the history of the World Championship.
Based on results from both qualifying and races so far this year, rivals of Marquez are likely to be wondering what can possibly be done to halt the 21-year-old’s charge. He has become the first rider to win the opening quartet of premier class races from pole position since MotoGP™ Legend Giacomo Agostini in 1971 and, amongst other things, is the first rider to clinch five consecutive pole positions since Casey Stoner in 2011. On top of this, one has to look back to Valentino Rossi in 2005 to the last time one rider carried such a points lead after four races, as Marquez now leads by 28.

Jerez also saw Marquez winning at the Andalucian venue for the very first time in the World Championship, meaning there is no longer a single race track on the calendar on which he is yet to claim a victory. Should he also reach the top step of the podium at Le Mans this weekend, the Repsol Honda Team man will become the youngest ever rider to win five consecutive Grands Prix in the premier class; the mantle would be taken away from Englishman Mike Hailwood, who achieved the feat in 1962.

With Dani Pedrosa’s second position in the classification sealing a one-two for Honda, Valentino Rossi leads the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP charge from third place as he continues to use a new chassis, based on improving braking stability. Jorge Lorenzo is now up to fifth place in the standings and intends to work more around the Soft compound tyre, while Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso was in the news last week as his management confirmed talks with Suzuki for a possible ride in 2015.

Danilo Petrucci will not be racing in France, as the IodaRacing Project rider recovers from an operation on his right wrist following a heavy accident in the Jerez Warm-Up session. In fact, he was the third MotoGP™ rider to undergo surgery last week, as both LCR Honda MotoGP’s Stefan Bradl and the aforementioned Pedrosa were treated for arm pump. Both now hope to achieve the highest possible levels of fitness as they head to Le Mans – where 12 months ago Pedrosa was able to claim victory.

Last year, the French Grand Prix was affected by inclement weather conditions; perhaps a repeat could be something to prevent the Marquez charge. Considering a quarter of the season will already have gone by the time the chequered flag falls on Sunday afternoon, the rest of the field will certainly be hoping that this is the case…

Opening MotoGP™ practice for the Monster Energy Grand Prix de France commences at 9:55am local time (GMT +2) on Friday, with the 28-lap race beginning at 2pm on Sunday afternoon. Is more history set to be made in Maine?
 

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Looking forward to this one... just hoping I can get home from work in time to see it!
 

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Honda Racing Corporation renew with Marc Marquez until end of 2016
Honda Racing Corporation is pleased to announce the renewal of the contract with 2013 World Champion, Marc Marquez, for a further two years.
The young Spaniard took the MotoGP World by storm winning the Championship in his rookie season last year. It was a priority for HRC to re-sign the young sensation who has won every race so far this season – all from pole position. Since joining the Factory outfit – the Repsol Honda Team – Marc has finished on the podium in all but two of his twenty-two MotoGP races. He’s taken ten victories, six second’s and four third’s. He’s also accumulated thirteen pole positions in the premier class.
He arrives at this weekend’s French GP leading the Rider’s Championship by 28 points after just four rounds.

Shuhei Nakamoto – HRC Executive Vice President:
“We are very satisfied to have reached an agreement to keep Marc in the team for a further two seasons. Of course as Honda we wanted to keep Marc in our family and he also wanted to stay with us so… it was natural to renew the contract even if it is very early in the season! He is enjoying a fantastic start to 2014 and even though he is still learning, his ability to absorb information and adapt to the machine is remarkable”

Marc Marquez:
“I am very happy to announce my renewal with HRC. I had always dreamt about being part of the Repsol Honda Team, and thanks to Honda the dream came true a year and a half ago. Everything happened very quickly last season, and I would have never imagined that I could achieve what we did. Becoming World Champion during my first season was another dream turned into reality. It is a great honour to be a part of the Honda family and I’m glad to remain with this special group of people for another two seasons”

Marc Marquez World Championship Statistics:
MotoGP:
Starts: 22
Podiums: 20 (10 x 1st, 6 x 2nd 4 x 3rd)
Poles: 13
Fastest Race Laps: 13
World Champion: 2013
Moto2:
Starts: 32
Podiums: 25 (16 x 1st, 6 x 2nd, 3 x 3rd)
Poles: 14
Fastest Race Laps: 7
World Champion: 2012
125cc:
Starts: 46
Podiums: 14 (10 x 1st, 4 x 3rd)
Poles: 14
Fastest Race Laps: 9
World Champion: 2010
 

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History of GP racing at Le Mans: What you need to know

The Le Mans circuit has one of the longest traditions of Grand Prix racing on the current MotoGP™ schedule.
- Le Mans has hosted a Grand Prix event on 26 previous occasions, including the Grand Prix ‘Vitesse du Mans’ in 1991, which was the only season when two Grand Prix events have been held in France in the same year.

- Le Mans was first used for a Grand Prix event in 1969, when the 500 race was won by Giacomo Agostini, who lapped all other riders on his MV Agusta.

- The Le Mans circuit has been used for the MotoGP™ event for the last 14 years in succession, starting in 2000.

Since the introduction of the four-stroke MotoGP™ formula in 2002, Honda have had six wins at Le Mans, Yamaha five and Suzuki one, in 2007 with Chris Vermeulen – Suzuki’s only GP victory in the four-stroke MotoGP™ era to date.

- The riders with most victories at Le Mans are Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa, who have each stood on the top step of the podium on four occasions; Lorenzo has had a single win in the 250 class to add to his three MotoGP™ wins, whereas Pedrosa has won once in the 125 class, twice in 250s and last year in the MotoGP™ class for the first time.

- There have been five GP wins at Le Mans by French riders: Jean Aureal won the 125 race in 1969, Guy Bertin the 125 race in 1979, Patrick Fernandez the 350 race in 1979, Mike di Meglio the 125 race in 2008 and Louis Rossi the Moto3 race in 2012.

- In addition to Le Mans, there have been seven other circuits that have hosted the French GP (the figure in brackets is the number of times each circuit has hosted the French Grand Prix): Paul Ricard (13), Clermont-Ferrand (10), Nogaro (2), Reims (2), Rouen (2), Albi (1) and Magny-Cours (1).
 

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Rossi aims to stay with Yamaha for two more years
In Thursday’s pre-event press conference at the Monster Energy Grand Prix de France, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi expressed his intention to stay in MotoGP™ for two more years.

The nine-time World Champion, who made his Grand Prix debut in 1996 and has been racing in the premier class since 2000, is currently in the second season of a two-year contract with Yamaha having returned to the Japanese factory from a spell with Ducati.

Over recent months Rossi has hinted that he would like to continue racing beyond 2014, but on Thursday in Le Mans he provided his most positive assertion to date regarding his future.

Asked directly about his contract situation Rossi revealed that he is in a positive frame of mind about negotiations to remain in MotoGP. He said: “Last year I had some good races, one victory, but in the second part of the season I was a bit too far from the top three. So I wanted to see if this year would be any better.”

“Sincerely I feel better and I am enjoying it a lot, to continue to race and to work with Yamaha and my team. So my project is to make another contract for two seasons and I think in the next weeks, during the next races we will talk with Yamaha in order to continue.”
 

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Breaking News: MM93 fastest after FP1 :p

FP1 Results:
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 303.9 1'34.328
2 26 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 307.0 1'34.517 0.189 / 0.189
3 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 305.5 1'34.581 0.253 / 0.064
4 99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 307.7 1'34.598 0.270 / 0.017
5 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 308.7 1'34.653 0.325 / 0.055
6 6 Stefan BRADL GER LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 306.1 1'34.734 0.406 / 0.081
7 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 304.8 1'34.875 0.547 / 0.141
8 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 305.6 1'34.929 0.601 / 0.054
9 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Pramac Racing Ducati 304.0 1'34.933 0.605 / 0.004
10 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 299.5 1'35.073 0.745 / 0.140
11 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 305.8 1'35.431 1.103 / 0.358
12 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR Ducati Team Ducati 304.4 1'35.438 1.110 / 0.007
13 7 Hiroshi AOYAMA JPN Drive M7 Aspar Honda 297.3 1'35.638 1.310 / 0.200
14 69 Nicky HAYDEN USA Drive M7 Aspar Honda 289.5 1'35.762 1.434 / 0.124
15 5 Colin EDWARDS USA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 301.5 1'36.149 1.821 / 0.387
16 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ COL Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Ducati 301.7 1'36.458 2.130 / 0.309
17 45 Scott REDDING GBR GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 289.0 1'36.663 2.335 / 0.205
18 63 Mike DI MEGLIO FRA Avintia Racing Avintia 291.3 1'37.026 2.698 / 0.363
19 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Honda 296.6 1'37.120 2.792 / 0.094
20 8 Hector BARBERA SPA Avintia Racing Avintia 290.7 1'37.404 3.076 / 0.284
21 23 Broc PARKES AUS Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 285.4 1'38.933 4.605 / 1.529
22 70 Michael LAVERTY GBR Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 292.9 1'39.055 4.727 / 0.122
 

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Marquez in charge on Friday morning in France
As the premier class action at the Monster Energy Grand Prix commenced on Friday morning, Marc Marquez set the pace for the MotoGP™ field, with Dani Pedrosa and Valentino Rossi also in the top three.
Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) led in the final stages and increased his pace further in the final seconds to lead by 0.189s from teammate Pedrosa with a 1’34.328 best time. Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) was 0.253s behind in third as the fast times came at the end of the session.

Rossi’s colleague Jorge Lorenzo had looked like he would end the outing in second place but was bumped down to fourth by Pedrosa and Rossi’s late improvements.

Alvaro Bautista (GO&FUN Honda Gresini) and Stefan Bradl (LCR Honda MotoGP) were fifth and sixth respectively, with Bradl having led for much of the practice.

The top ten was completed by Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team), Pol Espargaro (Monster Yamaha Tech3), Andrea Iannone (Pramac Racing) and Aleix Espargaro (NGM Forward Racing), with that leading group of ten riders split by just 0.745s.

There was a crash for Monster Yamaha Tech3’s Bradley Smith at turn 9 early on but he was ok and returned to the track on his second bike to finish 11th.
 

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FP2 Results: MM93 P1 again, Vale dropped a lot? Iannone doing well, dude has lots of potential imo
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 305.1 1'33.452
2 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Pramac Racing Ducati 305.7 1'33.459 0.007 / 0.007
3 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 308.1 1'33.668 0.216 / 0.209
4 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 306.2 1'33.920 0.468 / 0.252
5 26 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 306.8 1'33.942 0.490 / 0.022
6 6 Stefan BRADL GER LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 307.5 1'34.040 0.588 / 0.098
7 99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 306.9 1'34.054 0.602 / 0.014
8 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 306.2 1'34.117 0.665 / 0.063
9 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 299.9 1'34.134 0.682 / 0.017
10 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 304.3 1'34.498 1.046 / 0.364
11 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 305.9 1'34.506 1.054 / 0.008
12 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ COL Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Ducati 299.4 1'34.877 1.425 / 0.371
13 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR Ducati Team Ducati 306.1 1'34.907 1.455 / 0.030
14 69 Nicky HAYDEN USA Drive M7 Aspar Honda 291.3 1'34.961 1.509 / 0.054
15 5 Colin EDWARDS USA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 297.9 1'35.089 1.637 / 0.128
16 7 Hiroshi AOYAMA JPN Drive M7 Aspar Honda 297.1 1'35.229 1.777 / 0.140
17 45 Scott REDDING GBR GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 289.5 1'35.424 1.972 / 0.195
18 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Honda 294.8 1'35.818 2.366 / 0.394
19 8 Hector BARBERA SPA Avintia Racing Avintia 294.3 1'36.418 2.966 / 0.600
20 63 Mike DI MEGLIO FRA Avintia Racing Avintia 292.2 1'36.612 3.160 / 0.194
21 70 Michael LAVERTY GBR Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 292.6 1'36.742 3.290 / 0.130
22 23 Broc PARKES AUS Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 285.0 1'37.136 3.684 / 0.394
 

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Marquez on the pace on Friday afternoon


As the MotoGP™ action on the first day of the 2014 Monster Energy Grand Prix de France concluded at Le Mans, Marc Marquez outpaced his fellow premier class riders, leading the way from Andrea Iannone and Alvaro Bautista in FP2.
Having also topped the timesheet in the morning session, Marquez quickened the pace in the afternoon sunshine, registering a 1’33.452 best time, which is under the fastest lap in a race at Le Mans set by Dani Pedrosa in 2011.

Behind Repsol Honda man Marquez in FP2 was the impressive Iannone (Pramac Racing) who appears to be enjoying his riding more than ever this season. He was just 0.007s behind Marquez whilst GO&FUN Honda Gresini rider Bautista was just over 0.2s down.

Making up for a big crash in FP1, Bradley Smith (Monster Yamaha Tech3) was fourth best with a time less than 0.5s off Marquez’ pace – whilst Pedrosa was fifth with a similar pace to Smith.

Stefan Bradl (LCR Honda MotoGP), Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP), Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) and Aleix Espargaro (NGM Forward Racing) were also within a top ten which was completed by Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP). Rossi produced a slight, late improvement to move up from 11th, despite a run off track towards the end of the session.

A crash for Moto2™ 2013 Le Mans race winner Scott Redding (GO&FUN Honda Gresini) with 15 minutes to go disrupted his FP2 workout at turn 9 but he was not hurt and went straight back out on a second bike. A long run-off around turn 7 (Museum Corner) saw the older Espargaro brother do well to keep bike upright through the gravel.


Marquez on the trail of Hailwood, Agostini, Doohan and other greats

Victory would make him the youngest ever rider, at the age of 21 years and 90 days, to win five successive races in the premier class, taking the record from Mike Hailwood who was 22 years and 160 days old when he won five successive races in the 500 class in 1962, riding an MV Agusta.

- By winning in France, he could become the first rider since Valentino Rossi on a Yamaha in 2008 to win five successive MotoGP™ races.

- He could become the first rider since Giacomo Agostini in 1972, riding an MV Agusta, to win the opening five races of the year in the premier class.

- If Marquez qualifies on pole and wins the race, this would be the first time that a rider has won five or more successive premier class races from pole since Mick Doohan, on a Honda, won ten successive races from pole in 1997.

- If Marquez is the fastest qualifier at Le Mans, this will mark the first time that a rider has started from pole at six or more consecutive MotoGP™ races since Casey Stoner was on pole at seven successive races in 2008, riding a Ducati.
 

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FP3 Results:
1 99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 306.9 1'33.021
2 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 306.0 1'33.045 0.024 / 0.024
3 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 309.0 1'33.241 0.220 / 0.196
4 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 307.2 1'33.250 0.229 / 0.009
5 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 307.6 1'33.331 0.310 / 0.081
6 6 Stefan BRADL GER LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 308.0 1'33.368 0.347 / 0.037
7 26 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 309.8 1'33.449 0.428 / 0.081
8 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 307.0 1'33.510 0.489 / 0.061
9 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 311.1 1'33.716 0.695 / 0.206
10 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Pramac Racing Ducati 307.2 1'33.784 0.763 / 0.068
11 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 298.8 1'33.851 0.830 / 0.067
12 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ COL Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Ducati 302.9 1'34.209 1.188 / 0.358
13 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR Ducati Team Ducati 308.1 1'34.333 1.312 / 0.124
14 7 Hiroshi AOYAMA JPN Drive M7 Aspar Honda 295.4 1'34.382 1.361 / 0.049
15 5 Colin EDWARDS USA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 300.5 1'34.604 1.583 / 0.222
16 69 Nicky HAYDEN USA Drive M7 Aspar Honda 292.6 1'34.626 1.605 / 0.022
17 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Honda 295.1 1'35.727 2.706 / 1.101
18 8 Hector BARBERA SPA Avintia Racing Avintia 294.5 1'36.014 2.993 / 0.287
19 45 Scott REDDING GBR GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 289.6 1'36.127 3.106 / 0.113
20 63 Mike DI MEGLIO FRA Avintia Racing Avintia 291.6 1'36.462 3.441 / 0.335
21 23 Broc PARKES AUS Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 288.4 1'36.513 3.492 / 0.051
22 70 Michael LAVERTY GBR Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 291.4 1'37.117 4.096 / 0.604


FP4 Results:
1 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 308.8 1'33.367
2 6 Stefan BRADL GER LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 306.6 1'33.444 0.077 / 0.077
3 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 307.1 1'33.582 0.215 / 0.138
4 26 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 306.7 1'33.629 0.262 / 0.047
5 99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 304.8 1'33.658 0.291 / 0.029
6 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 304.3 1'33.799 0.432 / 0.141
7 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Pramac Racing Ducati 305.4 1'33.875 0.508 / 0.076
8 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 305.6 1'33.922 0.555 / 0.047
9 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 305.7 1'34.009 0.642 / 0.087
10 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 299.1 1'34.263 0.896 / 0.254
11 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 303.4 1'34.292 0.925 / 0.029
12 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR Ducati Team Ducati 305.4 1'34.441 1.074 / 0.149
13 69 Nicky HAYDEN USA Drive M7 Aspar Honda 289.0 1'34.837 1.470 / 0.396
14 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ COL Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Ducati 301.6 1'34.927 1.560 / 0.090
15 5 Colin EDWARDS USA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 299.7 1'34.954 1.587 / 0.027
16 45 Scott REDDING GBR GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 290.7 1'34.967 1.600 / 0.013
17 7 Hiroshi AOYAMA JPN Drive M7 Aspar Honda 295.4 1'35.173 1.806 / 0.206
18 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Honda 295.7 1'35.756 2.389 / 0.583
19 23 Broc PARKES AUS Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 289.3 1'35.836 2.469 / 0.080
20 8 Hector BARBERA SPA Avintia Racing Avintia 293.2 1'35.969 2.602 / 0.133
21 63 Mike DI MEGLIO FRA Avintia Racing Avintia 291.8 1'35.988 2.621 / 0.019
22 70 Michael LAVERTY GBR Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 290.0 1'36.201 2.834 / 0.213


Q1 Results:
1 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 298.0 1'33.483
2 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR Ducati Team Ducati 302.2 1'33.823 0.340 / 0.340
3 69 Nicky HAYDEN USA Drive M7 Aspar Honda 288.8 1'33.859 0.376 / 0.036
4 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ COL Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Ducati 297.6 1'33.999 0.516 / 0.140
5 5 Colin EDWARDS USA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 296.2 1'34.203 0.720 / 0.204
6 45 Scott REDDING GBR GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 289.6 1'34.233 0.750 / 0.030
7 7 Hiroshi AOYAMA JPN Drive M7 Aspar Honda 294.0 1'34.457 0.974 / 0.224
8 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Honda 293.8 1'34.880 1.397 / 0.423
9 8 Hector BARBERA SPA Avintia Racing Avintia 291.0 1'35.499 2.016 / 0.619
10 23 Broc PARKES AUS Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 285.7 1'35.795 2.312 / 0.296
11 70 Michael LAVERTY GBR Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 288.2 1'35.932 2.449 / 0.137
12 63 Mike DI MEGLIO FRA Avintia Racing Avintia 287.6 1'36.163 2.680 / 0.231
 
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