Silverstone FP2: Greatest time is Quartararo, Bradl fifteenth / MotoGP

Silverstone FP2: Greatest time is Quartararo, Bradl fifteenth / MotoGP

Undeterred by the upcoming long-term penalty, Yamaha star Fabio Quartararo began the second half of the MotoGP season at Silverstone with the perfect time of Friday – forward of Joan Mir (Suzuki) and Maverick Viñales (Aprilia).

The second follow session of the MotoGP class began at 2:10 pm native time (3:10 pm CEST) in Silverstone beneath a partly cloudy sky, an air temperature of 19 levels and a monitor temperature of 35 levels. Rookie Darryn Binder improved rapidly by an excellent second in comparison with the morning session, however then crashed at Flip 7.

In lower than ten minutes, the Aprilia duo (on entrance and rear intermediate wheels) had already crushed the FP1 greatest time of Pramac-Ducati rider Johann Zarco: Aleix Espargaró took 1:59.681 min, simply 0.056 seconds forward of his Teammate. Maverick Viñales topped the mixed timesheets.

Comparability: Pol Espargaró’s time final yr was 1:58.889 min. However, his injured Repsol Honda teammate Marc Márquez has held the all-time report since 2019 with 1:58.168 min.

Márquez’s alternative Stefan Bradl improved his efficiency by virtually a second in comparison with FP1 after 20 minutes. With that, the Bavarian a minimum of completed within the prime 20.

With 20 minutes left on the clock, Alex Rins went out on the primary smooth rear tire. The Suzuki works driver and Silverstone specialist took command and lowered the goal time to 1:59.246 min within the subsequent lap. After the perfect, Jack Miller crashed, additionally in Flip 7.

By the best way: Honda drivers weren’t the one ones with new fairings at Silverstone, primarily to fight warmth build-up. The younger star of Pramac Jorge Martin used the brand new entrance show for the primary time – and behind his Ducati, as in Enea Bastianini, new seen spoilers have been seen.

Within the final 5 minutes of the FP2 session, there was a time hunt – solely Brad Binder didn’t depart the monitor. First, Joan Mir took his place for the Rins staff in 1:59.100 min on the prime. Suzuki was solely joyful in regards to the double lead for a short while, as a result of Yamaha star Fabio Quartararo secured the perfect time on Friday with the primary time of 1:58 of the week.

Each Aprilia drivers completed within the prime 5, with Zarco ranked fourth amongst them. Purple Bull KTM manufacturing facility rider Miguel Oliveira accomplished the highest six.

Brad improved once more within the ultimate, ending the primary day of follow 0.855 seconds again because the second greatest Honda driver in fifteenth place.

Mixed MotoGP occasions after FP2, Silverstone (August 5):

1. Quartararo, Yamaha, 1:58.946 min
2. Mir, Suzuki, +0.154 second
3. Vinales, Aprilia, +0.177
4. Zarco, Ducati, +0.188
5. Aleix Espargaró, Aprilia, +0.207
6. Oliveira, KTM, +0.217
7. Rins, Suzuki, +0,300
8. Bastianini, Ducati, + 0,412
9. Miller, Ducati, + 0.418
10. Bezzecchi, Ducati, + 0,432
11. Bagnaia, Ducati, + 0,439
12. Marini, Ducati, + 0,450
13. Martin, Ducati, + 0,711
14. Alex Marquez, Honda, +0.843
15. Bradl, Honda, +0,855
16. Pol Espargaró, Honda, +0.906
17. Di Giannantonio, Ducati, +1,040
18. Nakagami, Honda, +1.057
19. Dovizioso, Yamaha, +1,097
20. Morbidelli, Yamaha, +1,192
21. Brad Binder, KTM, +1.198
22. Gardner, KTM, +1.208
23. Darryn Binder, Yamaha, +2,582
24. Raul Fernandez, KTM, +2,632

MotoGP FP1 Outcomes, Silverstone:

1. Zarco, Ducati, 1: 59.893 minutes
2. Bagnaia, Ducati, + 0.027 sec
3. Rins, Suzuki, +0.327
4. Quartararo, Yamaha, +0.545
5. Nakagami, Honda, +0.555
6. Aleix Espargaró, Aprilia, +0.737
7. Vinales, Aprilia, +0.906
8. Mir, Suzuki, +0,950
9. Martin, Ducati, +1.055
10. Brad Binder, KTM, +1.101
11. Pol Espargaró, Honda, +1.147
12. Miller, Ducati, +1.162
13. Bezzecchi, Ducati, +1,219
14. Oliveira, KTM, +1.227
15. Alex Marquez, Honda, +1.281
16. Bastianini, Ducati, +1.326
17. Gardner, KTM, +1,646
18. Raul Fernandez, KTM, +1.685
19. Marini, Ducati, +1,714
20. Dovizioso, Yamaha, +1.855
21. Morbidelli, Yamaha, +1,882
22. Bradl, Honda, +2,169
23. Di Giannantonio, Ducati, +2.286
24. Darryn Binder, Yamaha, +2,672

Mixed Moto3 occasions after FP2, Silverstone:

1. McPhee, Husqvarna, 2:10.939
2. Guevara, GASGAS, + 0.433 sec
3. Artigas, CFMOTO, +0.584
4. Suzuki, Honda, +0,610
5. Fellon, Honda, +0,744
6. Migno, Honda, +0,751
7. Munoz, KTM, +0,766
8. Foggia, Honda, + 0,787
9. Masia, KTM, +0,796
10. Sasaki, Husqvarna, +0,974
11. Riccardo Rossi, Honda, +1.005
12. Adrian Fernandez, KTM, +1.081
13. Nepa, KTM, +1.191
14. Deniz Oncu, KTM, +1.381

Extra:
18. Garcia, GASGAS, +1,498

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