MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2021 Jerez MotoGP Test Thursday Final Times: Nakagami Finishes Fastest, Ducatis Follow

Takaaki Nakagami ended the first day of the Jerez test as fastest, the LCR Honda rider taking back top spot he had lost earlier to Enea Bastianini. Nakagami set his quickest time on the 2022 Honda prototype, before handing it over to the Repsol Honda garage where Pol Espargaro will use it, and the second bike on Alex Marquez' side of the garage, for the test on Friday.

Johann Zarco finished second, the Pramac Ducati rider less than half a tenth behind Nakagami, while Enea Bastianini ended the session third quickest. Pecco Bagnaia made it three Ducatis in the top four, before Maverick Viñales showed his usual winter testing form, ending the day as fifth quickest on the Aprilia RS-GP.

Times at the end of day 1:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:37.313    
2 5 Johann Zarco Ducati GP22 1:37.356 0.043 0.043
3 23 Enea Bastianini Ducati GP21 1:37.402 0.089 0.046
4 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati GP22 1:37.415 0.102 0.013
5 12 Maverick Viñales Aprilia RS-GP 1:37.674 0.361 0.259
6 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.810 0.497 0.136
7 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha M1 1:37.884 0.571 0.074
8 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP22 1:38.002 0.689 0.118
9 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha M1 1:38.020 0.707 0.018
10 33 Brad Binder KTM RC16 1:38.086 0.773 0.066
11 10 Luca Marini Ducati GP22 1:38.149 0.836 0.063
12 89 Jorge Martin Ducati GP22 1:38.152 0.839 0.003
13 44 Pol Espargaro Honda RC213V 1:38.165 0.852 0.013
14 36 Joan Mir Suzuki GSX-RR 1:38.194 0.881 0.029
15 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.207 0.894 0.013
16 73 Alex Márquez Honda RC213V 1:38.288 0.975 0.081
17 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM RC16 1:38.312 0.999 0.024
18 4 Andrea Dovizoso Yamaha M1 1:38.598 1.285 0.286
19 25 Raul Fernandez KTM RC16 1:39.083 1.770 0.485
20 82 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:39.276 1.963 0.193
21 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.496 2.183 0.220
22 49 Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati GP21 1:39.628 2.315 0.132
23 32 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia RS-GP 1:39.727 2.414 0.099
24 87 Remy Gardner KTM RC16 1:40.170 2.857 0.443
25 72 Marco Bezzecchi Ducati GP21 1:40.732 3.419 0.562
26 85 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:40.936 3.623 0.204
27 40 Darryn Binder Yamaha M1 1:41.749 4.436 0.813
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2022
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2021 Jerez MotoGP Test Thursday 4pm Times: Bastianini Takes Over At The Top

Work continues apace at Jerez, as riders and teams start to get deeper into their testing programs. Enea Bastianini is currently fastest, taking over from Takaaki Nakagami, while Pecco Bagnaia has moved up to second, and Maverick Viñales is third fastest. The weather is warm and sunny, but the wind keeps getting stronger. Aleix Espargaro had a fall that briefly brought out a red flag, the Aprilia rider taken to the medical center to get his shoulder checked.

Lots of novelties have been spotted: new frames, a lot of new aero, on the Ducati, the KTM, the Honda, with Takaaki Nakagami using an updated set of aero on the 2022 Honda RC213V. Ducati have also debuted a new exhaust, a very long item for the bottom (front) set of cylinders. Aprilia also have new exhausts, and there are new frames all round.

Times at 4pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 23 Enea Bastianini Ducati GP21 1:37.402    
2 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati GP22 1:37.415 0.013 0.013
3 12 Maverick Viñales Aprilia RS-GP 1:37.674 0.272 0.259
4 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:37.713 0.311 0.039
5 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.810 0.408 0.097
6 5 Johann Zarco Ducati GP22 1:37.877 0.475 0.067
7 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha M1 1:37.884 0.482 0.007
8 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha M1 1:38.020 0.618 0.136
9 10 Luca Marini Ducati GP22 1:38.149 0.747 0.129
10 89 Jorge Martin Ducati GP22 1:38.152 0.750 0.003
11 44 Pol Espargaro Honda RC213V 1:38.165 0.763 0.013
12 36 Joan Mir Suzuki GSX-RR 1:38.206 0.804 0.041
13 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.207 0.805 0.001
14 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM RC16 1:38.312 0.910 0.105
15 33 Brad Binder KTM RC16 1:38.346 0.944 0.034
16 73 Alex Márquez Honda RC213V 1:38.480 1.078 0.134
17 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP22 1:38.582 1.180 0.102
18 4 Andrea Dovizoso Yamaha M1 1:38.598 1.196 0.016
19 82 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:39.276 1.874 0.678
20 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.496 2.094 0.220
21 32 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia RS-GP 1:39.727 2.325 0.231
22 25 Raul Fernandez KTM RC16 1:39.765 2.363 0.038
23 87 Remy Gardner KTM RC16 1:40.170 2.768 0.405
24 85 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:40.936 3.534 0.766
25 49 Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati GP21 1:41.119 3.717 0.183
26 72 Marco Bezzecchi Ducati GP21 1:41.485 4.083 0.366
27 40 Darryn Binder Yamaha M1 1:41.749 4.347 0.264
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2021 Jerez MotoGP Test Thursday 3pm Times: Nakagami Still Fastest As Work Continues

Takaaki Nakagami remains at the top of the timesheets at Jerez. The wind has picked up, and the pace of testing has slowed, but a lot of riders are out.

Times at 3pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:37.713    
2 23 Enea Bastianini Ducati GP21 1:37.797 0.084 0.084
3 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.810 0.097 0.013
4 12 Maverick Viñales Aprilia RS-GP 1:37.861 0.148 0.051
5 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha M1 1:38.020 0.307 0.159
6 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati GP22 1:38.042 0.329 0.022
7 5 Johann Zarco Ducati GP22 1:38.085 0.372 0.043
8 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha M1 1:38.132 0.419 0.047
9 44 Pol Espargaro Honda RC213V 1:38.165 0.452 0.033
10 36 Joan Mir Suzuki GSX-RR 1:38.206 0.493 0.041
11 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.207 0.494 0.001
12 33 Brad Binder KTM RC16 1:38.346 0.633 0.139
13 73 Alex Márquez Honda RC213V 1:38.480 0.767 0.134
14 10 Luca Marini Ducati GP22 1:38.497 0.784 0.017
15 89 Jorge Martin Ducati GP22 1:38.749 1.036 0.252
16 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM RC16 1:38.793 1.080 0.044
17 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP22 1:38.915 1.202 0.122
18 4 Andrea Dovizoso Yamaha M1 1:38.959 1.246 0.044
19 82 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:39.276 1.563 0.317
20 32 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia RS-GP 1:39.834 2.121 0.558
21 50 Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki GSX-RR 1:39.877 2.164 0.043
22 25 Raul Fernandez KTM RC16 1:40.190 2.477 0.313
23 85 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:40.936 3.223 0.746
24 87 Remy Gardner KTM RC16 1:41.398 3.685 0.462
25 40 Darryn Binder Yamaha M1 1:41.749 4.036 0.351
26 72 Marco Bezzecchi Ducati GP21 1:42.268 4.555 0.519
27 49 Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati GP21 1:42.505 4.792 0.237
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2021 Jerez MotoGP Test Thursday 1pm Times: Nakagami Fastest As Work Starts

Takaaki Nakagami sits at the top of the timesheets as the riders headed toward their lunch break. The LCR Honda rider set his best time early, on the 2021 bike he has been racing this season, before switching to the new RC213V. Enea Bastianini is second fastest, after having jumped onto a Ducati GP21, while Alex Rins is currently third.

It is a very busy track, with the riders and teams having a lot of work to get through, and a lot of new parts on display. With the weather set fair - apart from a strong wind blowing from the inside of Turn 11 - the teams and riders will be putting in a lot of laps to prepare for 2022.

Times at 1pm:

Pos No Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 1:37.713    
2 23 Enea Bastianini Ducati GP21 1:37.797 0.084 0.084
3 42 Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 1:37.810 0.097 0.013
4 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati GP22 1:38.042 0.329 0.232
5 5 Johann Zarco Ducati GP22 1:38.085 0.372 0.043
6 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha M1 1:38.132 0.419 0.047
7 44 Pol Espargaro Honda RC213V 1:38.165 0.452 0.033
8 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.207 0.494 0.042
9 12 Maverick Viñales Aprilia RS-GP 1:38.221 0.508 0.014
10 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha M1 1:38.337 0.624 0.116
11 33 Brad Binder KTM RC16 1:38.346 0.633 0.009
12 73 Alex Márquez Honda RC213V 1:38.480 0.767 0.134
13 10 Luca Marini Ducati GP22 1:38.672 0.959 0.192
14 89 Jorge Martin Ducati GP22 1:38.749 1.036 0.077
15 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM RC16 1:38.793 1.080 0.044
16 36 Joan Mir Suzuki GSX-RR 1:38.826 1.113 0.033
17 4 Andrea Dovizoso Yamaha M1 1:38.959 1.246 0.133
18 82 Mika Kallio KTM RC16 1:39.276 1.563 0.317
19 43 Jack Miller Ducati GP22 1:39.499 1.786 0.223
20 32 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia RS-GP 1:39.834 2.121 0.335
21 25 Raul Fernandez KTM RC16 1:40.393 2.680 0.559
22 85 Takuya Tsuda Suzuki GSX-RR 1:40.936 3.223 0.543
23 87 Remy Gardner KTM RC16 1:41.398 3.685 0.462
24 72 Marco Bezzecchi Ducati GP21 1:42.514 4.801 1.116
25 49 Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati GP21 1:42.969 5.256 0.455
26 40 Darryn Binder Yamaha M1 1:43.561 5.848 0.592
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2022
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2021 Valencia MotoGP Race Result: Red Lights On Quite A Season

Valencia 2021 was never going to be just any other season finale, with all its goodbyes and a true changing of the guard, but beyond the rapturous celebrations of Valentino Rossi, Ducati had the most reasons to celebrate as they got their first all-Ducati podium. Victory always looked like it was going to go to a red-coloured machine and it ultimately went to Pecco Bagnaia, the dominating force of the second half of the season, who promptly dedicated his achievement to his iconic mentor. Jorge Martin kept Bagnaia honest until the final lap and secured Rookie of the Year with second position, while Jack Miller completed the overwhelmingly red podium.

Martin was a rocket ship heading into turn 1 at the start, leading the way from Miller and Joan Mir, while Bagnaia dropped to fourth. Brad Binder also made a solid start to jump into 5th but ran wide on the opening lap and allowed Alex Rins and Fabio Quartararo past. Martin started lap 2 still in the lead and quickly retaliated when Miller attacked at turn 1, Mir also taking advantage of Miller at turn 4. The Australian was soon under attack from teammate Bagnaia and his early struggles with keeping a tight line lost him another position to Rins.

Martin continued to lead but Bagnaia became his main threat by lap 4, while Rins got the better of teammate Mir for third and Miller dropped behind Quartararo, the five-man leading group starting to stretch a little bit of gap over the pursuers. Aleix Espargaro, Binder, Johann Zarco and Rossi were all hanging onto the top 10 early on, but Enea Bastianini had other ideas, already up to 11th after starting 18th.

After some early exchanges, Martin kept Bagnaia at bay towards the halfway point of the race, while Rins and Mir were struggling to find a way past the Ducatis. Mir was soon left to figure that one out on his own, as Rins joined the gravel trap once more with 17 laps remaining, leaving Mir to fend off Miller, who had ditched Quartararo. A fading Frenchman seemed to drop into the clutches of Espargaro, Binder and Zarco, with a resurgent Bastianini trying to bridge a one second gap.

After sniffing around for much of the race, Bagnaia pulled off a move on Martin at turn 14, to lead with 12 laps remaining, and the Italian immediately put in a half second gap but the rookie pushed hard to keep up with the sister Ducati. While the duo stretched one second ahead of the chasers, Miller added another Ducati to the provisional podium after overtaking Mir at turn 2 with 9 laps remaining. The Australian quickly dropped the Spaniard and was left with a one second gap to close to the leaders.

If the final half of the race looked like the calm before the storm, the clouds started to disperse with the last handful of laps, Martin letting Bagnaia go and switching his focus to defending second from a feisty Miller. The two started the final lap only half a second behind Bagnaia, the Italian slowing down a bit but not enough to allow them to become a threat and took the chequered flag as the victor. Martin held Miller off until the end, with Mir best of the rest in fourth. Quartararo caught up with the former world champion in the closing stages but it was too late had to settle for fifth, ahead of Zarco and Binder. Bastianini climbed as high as 8th, ahead of Aleix Espargaro and with Valentino Rossi taking his final chequered flag in MotoGP inside the top 10.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time/Diff
1 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 41'15.481
2 89 Jorge Martin Ducati +0.489
3 43 Jack Miller Ducati +0.823
4 36 Joan Mir Suzuki +5.214
5 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha +5.439
6 5 Johann Zarco Ducati +6.993
7 33 Brad Binder KTM +8.437
8 23 Enea Bastianini Ducati +10.933
9 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia +12.651
10 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha +13.468
11 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha +14.085
12 4 Andrea Dovizioso Yamaha +16.534
13 73 Alex Marquez Honda +17.059
14 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM +18.221
15 27 Iker Lecuona KTM +19.233
16 12 Maverick Viñales Aprilia +19.815
17 10 Luca Marini Ducati +28.860
18 9 Danilo Petrucci KTM +32.169
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  42 Alex Rins Suzuki 17 Laps
  30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda 23 Laps
Round Number: 
18
2021
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2021 Valencia Moto2 Race Result: A Hard-Fought Crown Was Handed Out

With the final title on the line, the intermediate class race was always going to be a tense affair but the drama started early with the first race aborted after the opening lap and followed by 16 nervous laps where both Red Bull KTM Ajo boys were making their best case for the world title. Raul Fernandez was a threat from the beginning and put in an impressive ride to secure an 8th victory of his rookie season, but the bigger celebrations happened nine seconds after the Spaniard took the chequered flag, when teammate Remy Gardner crossed the finish line in 10th place to become Moto2 world champion. Although Gardner stole everyone’s thunder, Fabio Di Giannantonio and Augusto Fernandez also joined the Ajo boys in parc fermé as the podium men.

The story started with poleman Simone Corsi making a solid start and keeping the lead despite a lunge from Di Giannantonio into the first corner, while Raul Fernandez swiftly climbed into second position. However, the action was short and not particularly sweet as a crash at turn 2 involving Xavi Vierge, Marco Bezzecchi and Lorenzo Baldassarri brought out red flags due to considerable oil spillage on the racing line. Without a lap being completed and after a thorough clean-up operation, a new race started for 16 laps, with the original grid configuration and all riders making the start, although Bezzecchi had to start at the back of the grid after missing the cut for the quick-start procedure while his bike got mended.

After an excellent start at the first attempt, Corsi did not even make the grid the second time around, the poleman pulling into pitlane with a technical issue after the warm-up lap and leaving the pole spot empty. Augusto Fernandez made the best start from third on the grid and led into turn 1, with Raul Fernandez replicating his first start to immediately follow his namesake, ahead of Di Giannantonio, Aron Canet and Tom Luthi.

Rookie Fernandez took the lead of the race from his namesake by the end of the first lap and the duo engaged in a little dance over the next couple of laps, while teammate Gardner kept quiet in 9th place. If Augusto Fernandez wasn’t enough of a challenge for the leading rookie, Di Giannantonio also picked up the pace and attacked for the lead on lap 4. The Italian led the pack for the next few laps, while the cameras swapped to the bottom of the top 10, where Jorge Navarro and Sam Lowes made life more difficult for Gardner and dropped the Australian to 11th position.

By lap 7, a lead group including Di Giannantonio, Raul and Augusto Fernandez, Celestino Vietti and Vierge stretched a gap of one second over the sizeable chase led by Navarro. The Spaniard had company from Lowes and Schrotter, but Luthi was fading one second back and holding up Gardner, who had Tetsuta Nagashima to contend with. Gardner eventually made it past Luthi with 6 laps remaining to reclaim 10th place, leaving the Australian with clear air ahead but still in the company of Nagashima.

Back at the front, only the Fernandez duo managed to hold onto Di Giannantonio going into the final handful of laps, the rest of the group dropping one second behind. Raul bided his time for an attack until four laps remaining, when the rookie took control at the first corner and quickly found a handful of tenths over the Italian, who was under pressure from Augusto. Raul Fernandez started the final lap quite firmly in the lead and secured victory ahead of Di Giannantonio and Augusto Fernandez, with Vietti best of the rest in fourth. Canet, Vierge, Lowes, Navarro and Marcel Schrotter completed a top 10 closed by brand new Moto2 world champion Gardner, while Luthi bows out of the circus with a 12th place.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time/Diff
1 25 Raul Fernandez Kalex 25'38.612
2 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Kalex +0.517
3 37 Augusto Fernandez Kalex +0.786
4 13 Celestino Vietti Kalex +2.393
5 44 Aron Canet Boscoscuro +4.978
6 97 Xavi Vierge Kalex +5.091
7 22 Sam Lowes Kalex +5.415
8 9 Jorge Navarro Boscoscuro +5.808
9 23 Marcel Schrotter Kalex +7.941
10 87 Remy Gardner Kalex +9.112
11 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex +9.420
12 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex +10.355
13 62 Stefano Manzi Kalex +11.898
14 42 Marcos Ramirez Kalex +12.088
15 55 Hafizh Syahrin NTS +12.361
16 96 Jake Dixon Kalex +13.982
17 54 Fermín Aldeguer Boscoscuro +14.022
18 70 Barry Baltus NTS +14.145
19 35 Somkiat Chantra Kalex +17.111
20 72 Marco Bezzecchi Kalex +19.273
21 6 Cameron Beaubier Kalex +19.426
22 75 Albert Arenas Boscoscuro +19.608
23 14 Tony Arbolino Kalex +19.986
24 11 Nicolò Bulega Kalex +23.805
25 64 Bo Bendsneyder Kalex +31.559
Not Classified
  40 Hector Garzo Kalex 5 Laps
  20 Dimas Ekky Pratama Kalex 14 Laps
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  24 Simone Corsi MV Agusta 0 Lap
  7 Lorenzo Baldassarri MV Agusta 0 Lap
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18
2021
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2021 Valencia Moto3 Race Result: It Wouldn’t Be Moto3 Without Some Last Lap Drama

The final Moto3 tango of the year started with the principal dancer at the forefront and ended with him in the gravel trap, while the understudy swooped in to take the laurels. At the end of a highly disputed 23 laps and a particularly dramatic final one, Xavier Artigas pulled off a last corner overtake to claim a maiden victory in his rookie Moto3 season and denying the local boys. Sergio Garcia came very close to a second victory on home soil but had to settle for second, while Jaume Masia rode an excellent race from 23rd on the grid to 3rd on the podium.

The spotlight early on was on Pedro Acosta, the world champion making a fast start from pole ahead of fellow front row starters Tatsuki Suzuki and Izan Guevara, while Garcia and Dennis Foggia swapped positions, the Spaniard climbing into 7th and the Italian down to 10th. However, before the hierarchy got settled, synchronised high-sides for Lorenzo Fellon and Darryn Binder at turn 4 took them both out of the lead group.

An early mistake from Acosta allowed Suzuki and Salac past on the second lap but the world champion attacked at the next passing through turn 1 and Suzuki running wide dropped him to fifth place, behind Acosta, Guevara, Filip Salac and Andrea Migno. Although the Japanese rider was out of reach of Acosta for the moment, the Spaniard did not have it all his own way at the front, fellow rookie Guevara particularly keen to attack at turn 1. Many of the usual contenders were still part of the sizeable lead group extending all the way down to 16th place on lap 5 and already including Masia, who was knocking on the doors of the top 10 after starting 23rd.

Acosta continued to lead the way for the next few laps, with occasional interruptions from Guevara at turn 1, while Salac, Garcia and Deniz Öncü kept each other entertained right behind them. A handful of other riders including Suzuki, Masia, Artigas, Foggia, Migno, Stefano Nepa and Romano Fenati were still holding onto the leading group, while a second group led by back-row-starter Ayumu Sasaki dropped over 2 seconds behind with 15 laps remaining.

Attacks continued at the front, Öncü taking the lead at the start of lap 10 but Acosta was quick to retrieve top spot by the end of that same lap and the duo continue to battle. However, they soon had company from Masia, the Spaniard making his way into top spot with 12 laps left and the three orange coloured machines got most of the airtime at the halfway point of proceedings.

The cast changed somewhat over the next lap, when shenanigans at turn 2 allowed Artigas to sneak past and claim the lead for a brief moment. Acosta and Öncü were quick to regroup but the returning Tech 3 rider got served with a long lap penalty with 9 laps remaining, for repeatedly exceeding track limits. This dropped him to 11th and Salac soon joined him at the back of the lead group as well, because of an identical penalty.

That left Acosta in the lead but not untroubled, with Artigas and Masia right behind and Garcia and Foggia getting back into the battle, but without Suzuki, who crashed out at turn 1 with 6 laps remaining. Masia started the final six laps ahead of his teammate but only lasted there for one lap, Garcia taking a turn at the front one lap later and Foggia coming to the fore for the first time with 4 laps remaining. As soon as Acosta saw his main rival ahead of him, he attacked for the lead once again and the duo started the final couple of laps as the main contenders for victory but with a reasonably large group still in tow, including Artigas, Garcia, Öncü, Masia and Salac, while Guevara looked out of podium contention after dropping half a second back.

Acosta entered the final lap in control of proceedings but Foggia’s attack at turn 2 involved a bit of contact that ended with the world champion in the gravel trap. It wasn’t a happy ending for Foggia either, the Italian running well wide while making the overtake and letting Artigas and Garcia breeze past and dispute victory. Garcia led the way initially, but Artigas attacked at the final corner and took the chequered flag four hundredths of a second ahead. Garcia and Masia had to make do with the remaining podium positions on home soil, with Salac and Öncü completing the top five. Foggia finished the race in sixth position but received a 3-second penalty for irresponsible riding, which dropped him to 13th and promoted Nepa to 6th place. Guevara, Carlos Tatay, Niccolò Antonelli and back-row-starter Ayumu Sasaki rounded out the top 10, after Migno crashed out of contention on the final lap.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time/Diff
1 43 Xavier Artigas Honda 38'30.302
2 11 Sergio Garcia GASGAS +0.043
3 5 Jaume Masia KTM +0.232
4 12 Filip Salac KTM +0.443
5 53 Deniz Öncü KTM +0.540
6 82 Stefano Nepa KTM +1.156
7 28 Izan Guevara GASGAS +1.209
8 99 Carlos Tatay KTM +2.109
9 23 Niccolò Antonelli KTM +2.185
10 71 Ayumu Sasaki KTM +2.322
11 17 John McPhee Honda +2.791
12 55 Romano Fenati Husqvarna +2.461
13 7 Dennis Foggia Honda +3.819
14 31 Adrian Fernandez Husqvarna +13.298
15 52 Jeremy Alcoba Honda +13.348
16 54 Riccardo Rossi KTM +13.369
17 27 Kaito Toba KTM +17.249
18 16 Andrea Migno Honda +45.581
19 6 Ryusei Yamanaka KTM 5 Laps
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  37 Pedro Acosta KTM 1 Lap
  67 Alberto Surra Honda 3 Laps
  24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 6 Laps
  92 Yuki Kunii Honda 11 Laps
  66 Joel Kelso KTM 19 Laps
  95 Jose Antonio Rueda Honda 19 Laps
Not Finished 1st Lap
  20 Lorenzo Fellon Honda 0 Lap
  40 Darryn Binder Honda 0 Lap
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2021
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2021 Valencia MotoGP Warm Up Result: Mir Leads Suzuki Charge

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 36 Joan Mir Suzuki 1'31.082    
2 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda 1'31.230 0.148 0.148
3 42 Alex Rins Suzuki 1'31.320 0.238 0.090
4 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 1'31.353 0.271 0.033
5 5 Johann Zarco Ducati 1'31.433 0.351 0.080
6 23 Enea Bastianini Ducati 1'31.472 0.390 0.039
7 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 1'31.523 0.441 0.051
8 33 Brad Binder KTM 1'31.633 0.551 0.110
9 89 Jorge Martin Ducati 1'31.696 0.614 0.063
10 12 Maverick Viñales Aprilia 1'31.701 0.619 0.005
11 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 1'31.708 0.626 0.007
12 43 Jack Miller Ducati 1'31.728 0.646 0.020
13 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 1'31.747 0.665 0.019
14 4 Andrea Dovizioso Yamaha 1'31.927 0.845 0.180
15 27 Iker Lecuona KTM 1'31.981 0.899 0.054
16 46 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1'31.987 0.905 0.006
17 9 Danilo Petrucci KTM 1'32.060 0.978 0.073
18 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM 1'32.296 1.214 0.236
19 73 Alex Marquez Honda 1'32.327 1.245 0.031
20 10 Luca Marini Ducati 1'32.392 1.310 0.065
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2021 Valencia Moto2 Warm Up Result: Augusto Fernandez Takes Over

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 37 Augusto Fernandez Kalex 1'35.525    
2 23 Marcel Schrotter Kalex 1'35.573 0.048 0.048
3 21 Fabio Di Giannantonio Kalex 1'35.656 0.131 0.083
4 9 Jorge Navarro Boscoscuro 1'35.659 0.134 0.003
5 44 Aron Canet Boscoscuro 1'35.697 0.172 0.038
6 87 Remy Gardner Kalex 1'35.717 0.192 0.020
7 97 Xavi Vierge Kalex 1'35.752 0.227 0.035
8 40 Hector Garzo Kalex 1'35.801 0.276 0.049
9 72 Marco Bezzecchi Kalex 1'35.826 0.301 0.025
10 25 Raul Fernandez Kalex 1'35.828 0.303 0.002
11 22 Sam Lowes Kalex 1'35.863 0.338 0.035
12 54 Fermín Aldeguer Boscoscuro 1'35.873 0.348 0.010
13 96 Jake Dixon Kalex 1'35.942 0.417 0.069
14 24 Simone Corsi MV Agusta 1'36.022 0.497 0.080
15 62 Stefano Manzi Kalex 1'36.056 0.531 0.034
16 42 Marcos Ramirez Kalex 1'36.119 0.594 0.063
17 12 Thomas Luthi Kalex 1'36.164 0.639 0.045
18 70 Barry Baltus NTS 1'36.192 0.667 0.028
19 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Kalex 1'36.213 0.688 0.021
20 55 Hafizh Syahrin NTS 1'36.275 0.750 0.062
21 6 Cameron Beaubier Kalex 1'36.302 0.777 0.027
22 11 Nicolò Bulega Kalex 1'36.465 0.940 0.163
23 75 Albert Arenas Boscoscuro 1'36.508 0.983 0.043
24 7 Lorenzo Baldassarri MV Agusta 1'36.625 1.100 0.117
25 64 Bo Bendsneyder Kalex 1'36.734 1.209 0.109
26 14 Tony Arbolino Kalex 1'36.816 1.291 0.082
27 13 Celestino Vietti Kalex 1'36.961 1.436 0.145
28 35 Somkiat Chantra Kalex 1'37.170 1.645 0.209
29 20 Dimas Ekky Pratama Kalex 1'38.159 2.634 0.989
Round Number: 
18
2021
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2021 Valencia Moto3 Warm Up Result: Acosta Keeps Going

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Prev
1 37 Pedro Acosta KTM 1'39.915    
2 53 Deniz Öncü KTM 1'39.934 0.019 0.019
3 82 Stefano Nepa KTM 1'40.044 0.129 0.110
4 16 Andrea Migno Honda 1'40.119 0.204 0.075
5 7 Dennis Foggia Honda 1'40.121 0.206 0.002
6 12 Filip Salac KTM 1'40.237 0.322 0.116
7 28 Izan Guevara GASGAS 1'40.262 0.347 0.025
8 71 Ayumu Sasaki KTM 1'40.356 0.441 0.094
9 99 Carlos Tatay KTM 1'40.382 0.467 0.026
10 23 Niccolò Antonelli KTM 1'40.388 0.473 0.006
11 5 Jaume Masia KTM 1'40.487 0.572 0.099
12 43 Xavier Artigas Honda 1'40.537 0.622 0.050
13 40 Darryn Binder Honda 1'40.538 0.623 0.001
14 17 John McPhee Honda 1'40.594 0.679 0.056
15 95 Jose Antonio Rueda Honda 1'40.679 0.764 0.085
16 11 Sergio Garcia GASGAS 1'40.682 0.767 0.003
17 20 Lorenzo Fellon Honda 1'40.705 0.790 0.023
18 54 Riccardo Rossi KTM 1'40.761 0.846 0.056
19 55 Romano Fenati Husqvarna 1'40.771 0.856 0.010
20 31 Adrian Fernandez Husqvarna 1'40.778 0.863 0.007
21 92 Yuki Kunii Honda 1'40.839 0.924 0.061
22 67 Alberto Surra Honda 1'40.860 0.945 0.021
23 6 Ryusei Yamanaka KTM 1'40.868 0.953 0.008
24 24 Tatsuki Suzuki Honda 1'40.958 1.043 0.090
25 52 Jeremy Alcoba Honda 1'41.318 1.403 0.360
26 66 Joel Kelso KTM 1'41.488 1.573 0.170
27 27 Kaito Toba KTM 1'42.023 2.108 0.535
Round Number: 
18
2021
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