Ducati’s 1-2-3 form is at the top of the schedule for Feito’s third free practice in Italy and Emilia-Romagna GP. good result Johann Zarko, Jorge Martin and Jack Miller in the rain, however, overshadowed Francesco Bagnaia for the eleventh in Misano, as vice captain MotoGP It must go through the initial classification stage. The setback, however, isn’t that bad, like Fabio Quartaro It will also be in Q1.
With 1min40s384 in another practice in the rain, Zarco took the top of the schedule by a 00s87 margin for Martin, who was second. Miller led part of the session but finished third, slower than Johan.
Miguel Oliveira He achieved a high of 1 minute 40 seconds 832 minutes and finished fourth, followed by Marc Marquez NS Paul Espargaro. Franco Morbidelli improved in the final minutes of the session and was the best Yamaha, in seventh place.
Bagnaia rose 1 minute 41 seconds 121 was 11th 0 seconds 737 behind Zarco. Fifteenth, the Quartararo 0s891 was slower than fellow Pramac.
Learn about the third MotoGP practice for the Emilia-Romagna GP:
As on Friday, a cold and rainy Saturday dawned in Misano. When the track was scanned for TL3, the thermometers measured 15 °C, with the path temperature reaching only 14 °C. The wind speed was 8 km/h.
Even in the first minutes of the session, Lorenzo Savadore He suffered a crash in Misano in turn 1 and had to be removed by the doctors.
immediately afterwards, Francesco Bagnaia He dropped to 1 minute 43 seconds 284 and took the lead, 0s005 ahead of Johann Zarko, who advanced to second. Fabio Quartaro briefly took third place, but was immediately overtaken by Joan Mir and Alex Clinis.
Jack MillerAfter that, he took the lead, but didn’t stay there either, as Marc Marquez switched to 0s266 faster and took first place. Bagnaia then came on to pass his teammate and settled for second.
However, Honda’s progress was also rapid. With 1:42,275, Zarco resumed topping the schedule, but was quickly overtaken by Miller and Oliveira, who finished first and second, with Marc Marquez coming in third.
Miller dropped to 1min 41sec 321m to hold the top spot, while Marc Marquez finished second with a 0sec 010 lead. Zarco dropped to third, followed by Oliveira and Banja.
After 15 minutes of practice, Joanne Mir clocked 1 minute 41 seconds 295 minutes and took lead with Miller, who was on a fast lap and immediately passed the current champion by 0.092.
Shortly thereafter, Michele Perot suffered a crash at Turn 16, but survived with serious injuries. A Ducati test driver runs a wild-Card this weekend.
After that, it was Alex Raines who had an accident. The Suzuki rider lost his butt at Turn 13 and ended up dumping the bike. Despite the fear, the Spaniard was uninjured and left the ring running back to the pits.
With Miller stopped in the pits, Jorge Martin jumped to second, trailing 0s058. However, Bagnaia turned 0s043 better than the Australian and took charge of the morning activity at Misano.
However, the Italian from Turin did not have time to settle down before being ousted by Oliveira, who hit another good lap in the sequence to open the 0s328 margin for the Ducati driver. Miller was third, ahead of Martin, Mir, Marc Marquez, Zarco, Luca Marini, Likuna and. Danilo Petrucci. Quartararo was 13th, 1s066 behind the Portuguese.
A few minutes into his lead, Oliveira lost the stern of the RC16 at Turn 15 in Misano and crashed. The Portuguese got up from Bragal quickly to try and run into the pits, but was pulled over by the supervisor, who showed him a different path.
With about 15 minutes left to the end of the third exercise, Jorge Martin led 1 minute 40 seconds 471 minutes and took the lead, opening up Oliveira’s 0s361 advantage. In addition to the two, the direct pass to Q2 also bore the names of Bagnaia, Miller, Mir, Marc Márquez, Zarco, Marini, Lecuona and Petrucci.
However, Franco put on a new soft rear tire, clocked 1:41:436 and jumped to eighth, 0s965 behind Martin, who was on top. Who also improved was Marc Marquez, who pitched himself third.
Near the seven-minute barrier on his start, Zarco had a 1min 40sec 729th and finished second, 0.091 behind Miller, third. Oliveira slipped to fourth against Marquez, Banaya, Mir, Lecona, Morbidelli and Peru.
Franco took another step on lap 16 on Saturday morning and advanced to sixth, 0s558 behind Zarco, who took the lead from Martin. On top of that, Quartararo was also better and now came out on the 10th, more than 1 second slower than the benchmark.
Petrucci quickly switched to a better 0s055 than Quartararo and dropped the world leader to 11th. Shortly thereafter, Pol Espargaró also left the Nice driver behind.
With the chronometer running, Fabio continued to try to secure a spot in the second quarter, but he couldn’t hide his anger over the lack of performance. Only “El Diablo” entered the final minute of session 13, 1s087 behind the leader.
Furthraro advanced to 11th place shortly thereafter, but was immediately overtaken by the better Lecuona 0s039 and relegated to 12th.
With the checkered flag flying in Misano, Alex Espargaro jumped to eighth, 0s580 behind leader Zarco. Luca Marini also advanced and took 10th place.
However, Bagnaia finished 11th and will have to pass in the first quarter, as well as Quartararo, who was only 15th.
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MotoGP 2021, Emilia-Romagna GP, Misano, Free Practice 3:
|1||J ZARCO||Pramac Ducati||1: 40.384|
|2||J Marton||Pramac Ducati||1: 40.471||+0.087|
|3||J Miller||ducati||1: 40.520||+0.136|
|4||m olivera||KTM||1: 40.832||+0.448|
|5||M Marquis||Honda||1: 40.855||+0.471.0000|
|7||P Morbidelli||Yamaha||1: 40.942||+0.558|
|8||Aspargar||Aprilia Gresini||1: 40.964||+0.580.0000|
|9||Dr. Petrushi||Tech3 KTM||1: 40.967||+0.583|
|10||El Marini||Aventia VR46 Ducati||1: 40.985||+0.601|
|11||F Bagnia||ducati||1: 41.121||+0.737|
|12||J Mir||suzuki||1: 41.129||+0.745|
|13||M PIRRO||ducati||1: 41.168||+0.784|
|14||I’m LECUONA||Tech3 KTM||1: 41.236||+0.852.0000.00|
|15th||F quartaro||Yamaha||1: 41.275||+0.891|
|16||B Binder||KTM||1: 41.485||+1.101|
|17||M VIÑALES||Aprilia Gresini||1: 41.538||+1.154|
|18||and Bastianini||Aventia Ducati||1: 41.791||+1.407.007|
|19||to Marquis||Honda LCR||1: 41.876||+1.492|
|20||T Nakagami||Honda LCR||1: 41.888||+1.504|
|22||Dovizioso||SRT Yamaha||1: 42.251||+1.867|
|23||in Russian||SRT Yamaha||1: 42.601||+2.217|
|24||Lam Savador||Aprilia Gresini||no time|
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