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MotoGP live today | FP3 and classification of the Misano GP, at the World Circuit Marco Simoncelli

GP SAN MARINO/MOTOGP - FREE 3 Miller gets the fastest time. Finally Viñales was fourth, ahead of Quartararo (5th), while Aleix Espargaró finishe


GP SAN MARINO/MOTOGP – FREE 3
Miller gets the fastest time. Finally Viñales was fourth, ahead of Quartararo (5th), while
Aleix Espargaró finished in ninth place

GP SAN MARINO/MOTOGP – FREE 3
last 2 minutes. The truth arrives at the Misano circuit!

GP SAN MARINO/MOTOGP – FREE 3
Miller goes first! The Australian takes a step forward and unseats Bastianini, who becomes third after Bagnaia

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GP SAN MARINO/MOTOGP – FREE 3Quartararo climbs to third place. He starts to perk up the thing. Viñales and Aleix are 6th and 7th

GP SAN MARINO/MOTOGP – FREE 3We entered the last 15 minutes and
all the pilots seem to be saving something for last. We continue with these moments of impasse until it’s time to sharpen the knives

GP SAN MARINO/MOTOGP – FREE 3Marc Márquez, luxury guest in this San Marino GP. He is following the session from the Honda box

GP SAN MARINO/MOTOGP – FREE 330 minutes to the end of the session, and
everything is still up in the air

GP SAN MARINO/MOTOGP – FREE 3 At the moment there are no big changes.
Bastianini follows first, with Bagnaia and Miller right behind

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SAN MARINO GP/MOTOGP FREE 3Green light!
The first riders go out on the track to try to reduce yesterday’s times. We have a sunny day and a dry track today in Misano

09:54The Japanese
Kazuki Watanabe, substitute for the injured Joan Mir within the Suzuki team, achieved his goal of qualifyingeven if it was in the last position, after notably improving his performance in the first morning session, in which his work was focused on trying to learn as soon as possible a circuit in which he had never ridden in official competition

09:53the also italian
Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha YZR M 1) was the last to achieve a position with direct access to the second classification, from which Pol Espargaró (Repsol Honda RC 213 V), the Portuguese Miguel Oliveira (KTM RC 16), who suffered a fall without consequences, and Alex Rins (Suzuki GSX RR), Alex Márquez (Honda RC 213 V) were left out. and Raul Fernandez (KTM RC 16)

09:53Those last moments revealed Ducati’s strategy once again, to put as many bikes as possible ahead of the world leader, who had to settle for fifth place,
ahead of two other Italian mechanics, in this case the Aprilia RS-GP of Maverick Viñales and Aleix Espargaró and two more Ducati, those of the Spanish Jorge Martín and the Italian Marco Bezzecchi behind him

09:51The Italian Enea “The Beast”
Bastianini (Ducati Desmosedici GP21) was the best, followed barely a tenth of a second by Bagnaiawith Australian Jack Miller (Ducati Desmosedici GP22) and Frenchman Johann Zarco (Ducati Desmosedici GP22) in third and fourth place respectively

09:51Quartararo, with 1:31.878, was the leader in those moments, although everything foreshadowed that the fight for the fastest lap was going to be arduous and very hard, as it was, because the French champion
s he was surpassed in the final moments by up to four riders, all of them from Ducatiand among them his most direct rival, “Pecco” Bagnaia.

09:49back on track
Fabio Quartararo achieved his goal, reached and surpassed Maverick Viñales to become the leader in the time tablealready with all the pilots looking for the best time by mounting a soft rear tire for that purpose.

09:49An announcement that, not because it was new, was no longer expected, since
all the medical tests and the tests carried out on Marc Márquez left the door open for itto the satisfaction of the eight-time world champion, knowing that these tests are “very important” for the evolution of next season’s prototype

09:47Meanwhile, the world leader
Quartararo did not relent in his efforts to attack to make it clear to all his rivals that he is the leader of MotoGP, regardless of the performance of his Yamaha and that is how he rose to second place less than fifteen minutes from the end of the session, just 127 thousandths of a second behind Viñales, almost at the same time that the participation of Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda RC) became official. 213 V) in the tests after the Italian Grand Prix

09:47Bagnaia did not suffer personal injuries, as he got up very quickly from the ground, but his motorcycle did not start and
had to return to his workshop for the second bikewhich conditioned its performance until the damage to the other vehicle was repaired

09:44Not quite the opposite pole but with some unforeseen problems, the “third in contention” was found in the fight for the title, the local idol Francesco
“Pecco” Bagnaia (Ducati Desmosedici GP22), who after the first free practices received a penalty -loss of three positions- for the race for irresponsible driving by endangering another rider, Alex Márquez (Honda RC 213 V), by riding very slowly in an area of ​​the circuit and shortly after starting the second session he crashed in turn thirteen

09:44Just as it happened in the morning,
one of the first references of the day came from the hand of Maverick Viñales and his Aprilia RS-GP, although this time in his wake was his own teammate, Aleix Espargaró, with the world leader, Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha YZR M 1), who was the fastest in the first session, behind them

09:40Up to four Ducati “snuck” ahead of Quartararo and another two finished among the top nine classified, where apart from the world leader only the Aprilia riders Maverick Viñales and Aleix Espargaro finished, sixth and seventh, respectively

09:36Hello! We start the
direct from the third free practice of the San Marino GP in the MotoGP category. Yesterday, the Italian Enea “The Beast” Bastianini (Ducati Desmosedici GP21) led the “attack” of the powerful “Armada Ducati” against the leader of the MotoGP world championship, the French Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha YZR M 1) in the circuit “Marco Simoncelli” from Misano Adriatico