Phillip Island GP: Lorenzo on Top

Author of the best time trials Friday at Phillip Island despite crashing late FP2, Jorge Lorenzo beat Aleix Espargaro and Marc Marquez on the combined time sheet. The first day that has trapped many pilots.

Phillip Island GP: Lorenzo on Top
Fastest on the track Friday night with a time of 1’29.602, Jorge Lorenzo, however, should not be completely satisfied with his early weekend at Phillip Island. First, because Nadal is still evolving almost two seconds of his pole last year, but because like many other of his opponents, the official Yamaha has been wronged by a still delicate and track why Bridgestone seems to struggle to provide an actual air escalations. Hiroshi Aoyama, Andrea Dovizioso, Andrea Iannone or Pol Espargaro were all trapped by taking the brakes and losing the front.

Faster in the morning, Aleix Espargaro retains the second fastest time of the day while the now double world champion MotoGP Marc Marquez has shown him strong with the third fastest time in the Italian Iannone pair and Dovizioso. Valentino Rossi 6th place at 352 thousandths ahead of his teammate and a nice Cal Crutchlow 7th time. Dani acquired his expression to share care with 10th marks the day after Yonny Hernandez.

Phillip Island GP: Lorenzo on Top

The fastest time in Moto2 was again returned to dominating Esteve Rabat could soon be crowned this weekend and has nearly six tenths ahead of Sandro Cortese at the end of the first day, an abyss. Thomas Luthi moves him to within a few thousandths of German driver with the third fastest time ahead of Jordi Torres did not improve his in the morning time, impartial similar Mika Kallio party twice at fault. Maverick Viñales, sixth, also fell while Johann Zarco appears only in 18th position.

In Moto3, Danny Kent confirms its good end to the season with the fastest time of the first day in Australia thanks to his time under 1’37 made ​​FP1. The Husqvarna rider ahead of a Jack Miller that absolutely must resume points to Alex Marquez this weekend and Efren Vazquez veteran and Aspar rider Juanfran Guevara. Brad Binder makes the fifth time in less than two tenths of the best interim brand while championship leader is pushed 6th. Alexis Masbou fell and happy 20th lap.

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