MotoGP Misano LIVE: Fabio Quartararo bleeding and ahead of all his rivals

MotoGP Misano LIVE: Fabio Quartararo bleeding and ahead of all his rivals

After the excitement of the Austrian GP, ​​the World Championship returns to Italy, to Misano, for the Grand Prix of San Marino and the Rimini Riviera, 14th stage of the 2022 calendar. The long-distance fight between Francesco Bagnaia and Fabio Quartararo will continue there. The Italian maintains a series of three consecutive victories, while the Frenchman, despite the difficulties encountered by his Yamaha, continues to be the leader of the classification of the world championship. If the Piedmontese were to win his fourth consecutive victory with the Reds, he would be the first in history. Precisely, he won on this track last year.

However, the Romagna circuit is one of the favorites of Yamaha, which has won the most constructor wins here and at this track last year, the No. 20 won the world title. So it will once again be a very open challenge. In the middle of this duel, we cannot forget the other protagonists. Above all, there is the whole squadron Ducatiwith Miller and Zarco ready to fight and above all Martin and Bastianini ready to conquer important positions, especially the latter after the announcement of the switch to the factory team.

But we must not forget either Aprilia. The Noale house continues to grow and Aleix Espargaro and Maverick Vinales can be in the game for the win. Misano will also be the last race by Andrea Dovizioso which will then stop. Will it be the final withdrawal? Or will we see him again in MotoGP? It’s only after the race that we will know more… But before that, here is this FP1 whose results will update the last known facts that are in this table…

Misano MotoGP™

2021

2022

FP1

1’42.374 Johann Zarco (See here)

1’32.313 Fabio Quartararo (See here)
FP2

1’41.305 Jack Miller (See here)

(See here)
FP3

1’40.384 Johann Zarco (See here)

(See here)
FP4

1’37.441 Iker Lecuona (See here)

(See here)
Q1

1’33.393 Francesco Bagnaia (See here)

(See here)
Q2

1’33.045 Francesco Bagnaia (See here)

(See here)
Warm Up

1’32.879 Takaaki Nakagami (See here)

(See here)
Race

Marc Marquez, P. Espargaro, Bastianini (See here)

(See here)
Record

1’31.065 Francesco Bagnaia 2021 (See here)

The conditions are dry and mild for this FP1 at Misano. We don’t see much of the Italian summer weather on this Friday morning. It is quite cold and cloudy. Currently, an air temperature of 22 degrees and an asphalt temperature of 26 degrees are measured.

Here we go !

For Doviziosoit’s the beginning of the end of his career…

We will recall that Joan Mir is not here this weekend. The Suzuki rider is out with an ankle injury suffered during a highside at the Austrian GP. Kazuki Watanabe replaces it. Furthermore, Michele Pirro starts with a wild card.

The first brand reference is signed by Fabio Quartararo in 1’33.075. The Frenchman is ahead of the Honda by Pol Espargaro, Vinales, Bagnaia and Nakagami which constitute the first top 5.

After 10 minutes, Quartararo accelerates in 1’33.075 with rins and Vinales in its wake. The Frenchman continues to attack and passes in 1’33.069. The world champion is motivated. He even lost the front of his Yamaha M1 in T1. It avoids the fall of little.

The Yamaha official nevertheless passes in 1’32.968 with that Piro don’t defeat him in 1’32.888.

We enter the last quarter of an hour with a Vinales in the lead on the Aprilia in 1’32.706. Only 1,020 seconds separate the first 21 drivers. Substitute Watanabe is currently in last place, currently 6.513 seconds off the fastest time.

The last five minutes have started and Quartararo regained the initiative in 1’32.498., ahead of Miller, Piro and Vinales. Aleix Espargaro is in the top 5.

Under the checkered flag, Fabio Quartararo keeps the advantage in 1’32.313 ahead Miller, Piroand the two Aprilias ofAleix Espargaro and Vinales. Zarco is tenth and annoyed in his pit. Bagnaia is sixth. the latter was spotted in slow motion in full trajectory hampering the fast lap ofAlex Marquez. Will he be penalized? Incidentally, we no longer speak of the open combination in Austria of jorge martin

Pol Espargaro is 11th ahead Brad Binder and Marco Bezzecchithen Alex Marquez 14th ahead of his teammate Nakagami. Andrea Dovizioso finishes his last FP1 in P16 in front Morbidelli and Oliveira. jorge martin is only 20th, Stefan Bradl 21. The replacement of Mir, Watanabeis the last, at 4.981 seconds.

FP1 results of the MotoGP Grand Prix of San Marino and Rimini Riviera:

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Credit Ranking: Motogp.com

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