Quartararo also leads the test in Barcelona


Frenchman Fabio Quartararo, winner of Sunday’s race at the Catalunya GP, continued to lead the Barcelona-Catalunya circuit in the post-race test on Monday, setting a best time of 1’39 ”447 in 13th in 67 laps he gave on the circuit before finishing his task.

But times have been very close since Pecco Bagnaia qualified at 0 “004, whose race ended in the first corner in the incident involving the Japanese Nakagami. In fact, not the Japanese, 24 hours under hospital observation, or Alex Rins, with a fracture in his left wrist, in addition to Jorge Martín who flew to Siena to operate this morning on his right hand, participated.

At 53 thousandths, Frenchman Johann Zarco finished, this Sunday he climbed to the third drawer thanks to a final mistake by Aleix Espargaró who celebrated his second place one lap before the end. The man from Granollers finished fourth at 111 thousandths and his brother Pol closed out the top-5 at 0 ”241.

The top 14 is below Fabio Quartararo’s fastest race lap on Sunday with 1’40 ”186 and the top-9, lower than Zarco’s official 2021 race record (1’39” 939).

The hardest worker was Alex Márquez with 96 laps, provided by Honda to test the chassis and the swingarm that his brother Marc came to test at the Mugello and that he put on his motorcycle this weekend, before throwing it away for in the race, his partner Nakagami. He also surpassed 90 turns Zarco.

A day of eight hours of work where they saw new aerodynamics at Ducati that they could do after a summer break at Silverstone, the evolution of the present and not revolution as seen at the Aprilia RS- GP on the fairing side, very innovative. It is also mounted with a curly tail on top.


IRTA test post race of Catalonia

1. Fabio Quartararo (Fra/Yamaha) 1’39 “447 (67 laps)
The2. Pecco Bagnaia (Ita/Ducati) 1’39 “451 (84)
The3. Johann Zarco (Fra/Ducati) 1’39 “500 (93)
The4. Aleix Espargaro (ESP/Aprilia) 1’39 “558 (81)
5. Pol Espargaro (ESP/Honda) 1’39 “688 (88)
6. Jack Miller (Aus/Ducati) 1’39 “742 (68)
7. Maverick Viñales (ESP/Yamaha) 1’39 “780 (77)
8. Franco Morbidelli (ita/Yamaha) 1’39 “795 (78)
9. Enea Bastianini (Ita/Ducati) 1’39 “844 (54)
10. Fabio di Giannantonio (Ita/Ducati) 1’39 “963 (56)
11. Brad Binder (RSA/KTM) 1’39 “998 (66)
12. Joan Mir (ESP/Suzuki) 1’40 “027 (72)
13. Luca Marini (Ita/Ducati) 1’40 “047 (62)
The14. Miguel Oliveira (Por/KTM) 1’40 “088 (66)
The15. Remy Gardner (Aus/KTM) 1’40 “197 (76)
16. Alex Marquez (ESP/Honda) 1’40 “335 (96)
17. Stefan Bradl (Ale/Honda t) 1’40 “474 (53)
18. Michele Pirro (Ita/Ducati) 1’40 “610 (74)
19. Andrea Dovizioso (Ita/Yamaha) 1’40 “627 (56)
20. Darryn Binder (RSA/Yamaha) 1’40 “746 (49)
21. Marco Bezzecchi (Ita/Ducati) 1’40 “765 (23)
22. Raul Fernandez (ESP/KTM) 1’41 “144 (47)
none: Alex Rins (Suzuki), Takaaki Nakagami (Honda) and Jorge Martín (Ducati)
Catalan GP pole: A. Espargaro 1’38 “742
fastest lap racing: F. Quartararo 1’40 “186
Therec. racing circuit: J. Zarco 1’39 “939 (2021)

Source: La Verdad


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