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2022 Motegi MotoGP FP2 Result: Rain Master Marquez Returns

The rain and mist of Motegi returned Marc Marquez to the top of the timesheets on his long-awaited return to Honda’s playground. The Spaniard enjoyed the tricky conditions, with rain intensifying throughout the session, and led the way for most of Saturday morning’s proceedings – the session making no difference to the Q2 line-up. Jorge Martin eventually closed the gap to his compatriot to only a tenth of a second, while Friday’s leader, Jack Miller occupied third position.

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2022 Motegi Moto2 FP2 Result: Aldeguer Advances On Soaked Surface

After the downpour on Saturday morning, conditions continued to worsen throughout the final practice session for the intermediate class, but that did not fully halt progress on the timesheets. While Friday’s hierarchy was never under threat, the lead in FP2 changed hands a few times, until it stayed with Fermín Aldeguer for the final couple of minutes. Tony Arbolino dropped to second after a hairy moment late on, while Aron Canet settled for third and retreated to pitlane before the end of the session to prepare for Q1.

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2022 Motegi Moto3 FP2 Result: Foggia Doesn’t Sink

Saturday morning in Japan started with a surprise, but rain was not it, the forecast finally catching up with the lightweight class and soaking the circuit ahead of the second set of practice sessions. The surprise came from Dennis Foggia, the Italian looking unusually comfortable in the tricky conditions and even ending the morning at the top of the timesheets.

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2022 Motegi MotoGP FP1 Result: Miller Fastest As 19 Riders Within 1 Second

Jack Miller ended the extended FP1 session as fastest, the Ducatis taking over at the top as riders searched for a fast lap at the end of the session, after Fabio Quartararo had led for most of the afternoon. The end of FP1 turned into a mini qualifying session, with heavy rain expected on Saturday, and FP1 likely to decide passage to Q2. There were a spate of crashes at the end, as riders pushed for a hot lap.

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