2016 Misano Moto3 FP2 Result: A Friday Double For Bastianini

With the track reaching over forty degrees as the afternoon sessions started, the Moto3 grid struggled to reach the morning times but had a good look at the tyres in potential race conditions.

Otherwise, the lap cancellation festival continued. Morning leader Enea Bastianini looked in good form despite some cancelled lap times of his own seeing him linger towards the end of the top ten before a final charge that gave him back top spot on the timesheets.

With the electrical issue that shortened his morning session solved, Brad Binder went back out on a mission, the endeavour successful in bringing him back to second position but also seeing several times cancelled for going out wide in the last turn.

Much like the morning session, some of the biggest challengers proved to be Joan Mir in third spot and Jakub Kornfeil in fourth, although the duo was around half a second slower than the top two riders.

Fabio di Giannantonio and Jorge Navarro kept close too, only two hundreds of a second separating them from fourth position. On the other hand, Pecco Bagnaia lost a lot of track time with a clutch problem, only putting in eight laps before the issue put an end to his session.

Results:               

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 33 Enea BASTIANINI Honda 1'42.805    
2 41 Brad BINDER KTM 1'42.974 0.169 0.169
3 36 Joan MIR KTM 1'43.291 0.486 0.317
4 84 Jakub KORNFEIL Honda 1'43.408 0.603 0.117
5 4 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Honda 1'43.417 0.612 0.009
6 9 Jorge NAVARRO Honda 1'43.436 0.631 0.019
7 11 Livio LOI Honda 1'43.464 0.659 0.028
8 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM 1'43.814 1.009 0.350
9 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI Honda 1'43.858 1.053 0.044
10 88 Jorge MARTIN Mahindra 1'43.879 1.074 0.021
11 8 Nicolo BULEGA KTM 1'43.962 1.157 0.083
12 44 Aron CANET Honda 1'43.966 1.161 0.004
13 55 Andrea LOCATELLI KTM 1'43.980 1.175 0.014
14 58 Juanfran GUEVARA KTM 1'43.998 1.193 0.018
15 12 Albert ARENAS Peugeot 1'44.000 1.195 0.002
16 76 Hiroki ONO Honda 1'44.051 1.246 0.051
17 95 Jules DANILO Honda 1'44.074 1.269 0.023
18 17 John MCPHEE Peugeot 1'44.178 1.373 0.104
19 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER KTM 1'44.190 1.385 0.012
20 65 Philipp OETTL KTM 1'44.195 1.390 0.005
21 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA KTM 1'44.242 1.437 0.047
22 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Mahindra 1'44.254 1.449 0.012
23 62 Stefano MANZI Mahindra 1'44.388 1.583 0.134
24 21 Francesco BAGNAIA Mahindra 1'44.413 1.608 0.025
25 20 Fabio QUARTARARO KTM 1'44.442 1.637 0.029
26 40 Darryn BINDER Mahindra 1'44.565 1.760 0.123
27 19 Gabriel RODRIGO KTM 1'44.874 2.069 0.309
28 7 Adam NORRODIN Honda 1'44.905 2.100 0.031
29 6 Maria HERRERA KTM 1'44.998 2.193 0.093
30 43 Stefano VALTULINI Mahindra 1'45.082 2.277 0.084
31 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Honda 1'45.130 2.325 0.048
32 42 Marcos RAMIREZ Mahindra 1'45.196 2.391 0.066
33 3 Fabio SPIRANELLI Mahindra 1'45.398 2.593 0.202
34 71 Alex FABBRI Mahindra 1'45.835 3.030 0.437
35 77 Lorenzo PETRARCA Mahindra 1'45.966 3.161 0.131

 

Round Number: 
13
2016
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Comments

It's more than refreshing to see a rider do a qualifying lap without getting a tow job. More often than not Binder does not wait for a rider to get ahead of him in order to Qualify on the pole. Unlike the rider who ended up in 'first' positon today in Moto3. NOT saying Bastinini is a slouch, just didn't do it on his own.

MotoGP is starting to look more and more like Moto3 these days i.e. Pol Espargo the fastest rider today in MotoGP. Got a big time tow job to get there. Not saying hes slow, just saying............tired of riders who can't do it 'on their own'.