MotoE standings after Barcelona:
Results and summary of the MotoE race in Barcelona:
Results and summary of qualifying for the MotoE class in Barcelona:
The final practice session for the MotoE cup brought Fermín Aldeguer firmly into the limelight, the impressive rookie leading the way throughout the session. Eric Granado joined the action late but quickly came within a tenth of a second of the leader, with Jordi Torres in third and three tenths off top spot. Yonny Hernandez and Miquel Pons rounded out the top five, with Dominique Aegerter and Mattia Casadei also within half a second of Aldeguer. Lukas Tulovic briefly joined the top three but got demoted to eighth place due to a late yellow flag infringement.
MotoE closed day 1 in Catalunya and Lukas Tulovic was the fastest rider over the two sessions, half a tenth ahead of reigning champion Jordi Torres. Yonny Hernandez is making obvious progress to join the top three, a tenth ahead of FP1 leader Eric Granado. Fermìn Aldeguer continued to shine and completed the top five, while Dominique Aegerter in sixth place was the only other rider posting a time within half a second of the leader. Miquel Pons, Alessandro Zaccone, Mattia Casadei and Xavi Cardelus completed a top 10 covered by one second.
The MotoE cup returned to the paddock in Montmeló and fresh off his victory in Le Mans, Eric Granado was keen to head back to the top of the timesheets in FP1. The Brazilian topped the session by a tenth of a second from Jordi Torres and with Lukas Tulovic joining them in the top three. Yonny Hernandez held top spot for much of the session before dropping back to fourth, while Mattia Casadei joined the top five. Fermìn Aldeguer returned to the class after a short and reasonably successful outing in Moto2 and kept his speed to go sixth fastest in FP1, ahead of fellow rookie Miquel Pons.
MotoE standings after Le Mans:
Results and summary of the MotoE race in Le Mans: