Diretta MotoGP 2022 / PL2 GP Aragon: Martin Leader, Marquis 8° – LIVE

MotoGP Good evening, dear readers FormulaPassion.it MotoGP enthusiasts welcome back with the date set for live reporting on the second free practice session of the Aragon Grand Prix, the 15th race of the 2022 World Championship in First Class.
• The session has ended

14.55 – Checkered Flag for Free 2 by Aragon – The session ends with Jorge Martin (Ducati Prima Pramac) in front of everyone and behind him Quartararo (Yamaha), Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac), Bastianini (Ducati Grisini) and Bania (Ducati).
Marc Marquez (Honda) remained eighth in tenth. Among the top 10 Alex Espargari (Aprilia), he took only thirteenth place.

14.54 – Marc Marquez (Honda, HS) set records in T1, T2 and T3, but a T4 error saw him finish seventh with a time of 1’47.761.

14.53 – Top positions adjusted: first Martin (Ducati Prima Pramac, HS) at 1’47.402, Quartararo (Yamaha, HS) second at 0″ 074, Rins (Suzuki) in third, with Bagnaia (Ducati) fourth and Vinales ( Aprilia) v.

14.52 – Several partial records have started and there’s a new captain: Alex Rins (Suzuki, SS) at 1’47.665, only 11K faster than Bagnaia (Ducati, HS).

14.50 – Five minutes to the end of FP2 – Takaaki Nakagami (Honda LCR, MS) is the first to complete the fastest lap of 1’47.911 and is fifth.

14.48 – The soft tires in the back are starting to appear: it’s time for the time attack.

14.44 – All drivers are in the pits a little over ten minutes from the end. Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha) has not confirmed the morning result and at the moment is only 21 seconds from the top. Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha WithU) is sixteenth at seven tenths.

14.40 – Top 10 standings after 30 minutes of PL2:
1. Vinales 1’47.842
2. Bagnaia +0.011.37
3. Quarter +0.031.000
4. Marini +0.051.2007
5. Alex Espargari +0.1
6. Marc Marquez +0.1
7. Nakagami +0.1
8. Bastianini +0.2
9. Oliveira +0.2
10. Martin +0.3.

14.36 – There seems to be little doubt about the choice of tires, with all the riders on the track with Harde in front and medium in the back, as in the 2022 race.

14.33 Marc Marquez (Honda) is now on track with Swingarm Calix. No improvement in the last few minutes.

14.25 – Top 10 rankings after 15 minutes, with a new leader and tight gaps:
1. Vinales 1’47.842
2. Bagnaia +0.011.37
3. Quarter +0.031.000
4. Marini +0.051.2007
5. Alex Espargari +0.1
6. Marc Marquez +0.1
7. Nakagami +0.1
8. Bastianini +0.2
9. Oliveira +0.2
10. Martin +0.3.

14.20 – Bagnaia (Ducati, HM) is always #1 at 1’47,853, very close to Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha, HM) at 1’47,873.
Alex Espargari (Aprilia) crashed into the corner of Turn 14. For the Spaniard, this is already the second crash of the weekend.

14.18 Maverick Vinales (Aprilia, HM) scored 1’47.840 which was disqualified due to track limitations. Well Alex Espargari (Aprilia, HM) 4th at 1’47.951.

14.16 – Lap times are already faster than those seen in the morning: Bagnaia (Ducati, HM) led at 1’47,853, behind Marini (Ducati VR46, HM) at 0″ 040 and Marc Marquez (Honda, HM) at 0 137.

14.12 Quartararo (Yamaha) is on track with the new chassis. The first chronometric references on the time display: in the foreground is Fabio Di Gianantonio (Ducati Grisini, HM) at 1’48,822, the second is Luca Marini (Ducati VR46, HM) and the third is Johann Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac, MM).

14.10 – The Green Light for Free 2 by Aragon – Another 45 minutes available for 24 MotoGP riders to find the best setting before the week. MotorLand perfect weather conditions.

14.00 The 2023 MotoGP starting grid has been completed, with Augusto Fernandez’s signature with GasGas, along with Pol Espargarò, formalized. The Spanish rider, who is currently in Moto2, will be the only rookie in the upcoming championship.


In free practice this morning, Alex Espargari (Aprilia) and Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) made it clear once again that they wanted to put pressure on Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), as he finished in the top two, with his rival only eighth. Marc Marquez (Honda) is back on the eleventh track half a second behind the leader, Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha with U) in 16th in seven-tenths and Joan Mir (Suzuki) in 17th in seven-tenths.

FP | Stefano Olano

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