MotoGP / Live broadcast of the 2023 Qatar Grand Prix – Live

MotoGP / Live broadcast of the 2023 Qatar Grand Prix – Live


Starting network

Front row: Marini (Ducati VR46), Di Giannantonio (Ducati Gresini), Alex Marquez (Ducati Gresini)
Second row: Bagnaia (Ducati), Martin (Ducati Prima Pramac), Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac)
Third row: Marc Marquez (Honda), Viñales (Aprilia), Raul Fernandez (Aprilia RNF)
Fourth row: Binder (KTM), Augusto Fernandez (KTM GasGas), Bezzecchi (Ducati VR46)
Fifth row: Quartararo (Yamaha), Bastianini (Ducati), Miller (KTM)
Row 6: Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia), Morbidelli (Yamaha), Pol Espargaro (KTM Gas Gas)
Row 7: Mir (Honda), Nakagami (Honda LCR), Lecona (Honda LCR).


Top ten in the world rankings

1. Bagnaia (Ducati) 417
2. Martin (Ducati Prima Pramac) 410
3.Bizziqi (Ducati VR46) 323
4. Binder (KTM) 257
5. Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac) 200
6. Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia) 198
7. Viñales (Aprilia) 179
8. Marini (Ducati VR46) 178
9. Quartararo (Yamaha) 158
10. Miller (KTM) 156.


Qatar Grand Prix 2023 / Warm-up standings


The checkered flag is for Qatar’s warm-up The fastest was Maverick Vinales (Aprilia) with a time of 1:53.346 seconds, second was Johann Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac), and third was Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha). All riders ran double power, a solution that will be used in the long race.
Bagnaia (Ducati) finished ninth with a time of seven-tenths, while Martin (Ducati Prima Pramac) finished sixteenth with a time of 1.1 seconds.

1.48pm – Johann Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac) returns to the lead with a time of 1’53.582, second is Quartararo (Yamaha) with a time of 0’105, and third is Miller (KTM) with a time of 0’295.

1.46pm – Marc Marquez (Honda) takes first place with a time of 1:53.960, followed by Viñales (Aprilia), Morbidelli (Yamaha), Quartararo (Yamaha) and Bagnaia (Ducati). Martin (Ducati Prima Pramac) is 19th on very used tyres.

1.44pm – Viñales (Aprilia) leads with a time of 1:55.413 minutes, then Pizzicchi (Ducati VR46) and Marini (Ducati VR46). Zarco (Ducati Prima Pramac) is the new leader with a time of 1’54.682. All riders are on track with double effort.

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1.40pm – Green light for warm-up for the Qatar Grand Prix – Ten minutes are available for the 21 riders to test their bikes in the light of the late afternoon race. Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia) is also on track, despite the fracture he sustained to the head of the fibula in his left leg.

1.30pm – First weather update. As expected, there’s no need to worry about Sunday in Lusail. The sun is setting and the air temperature is 27 degrees and the asphalt is 37 degrees. The time difference is two hours (in Qatar it is 2:30 pm).


MotoGP at Losail: It’s race day

Good evening, dear readers FormulaPassion.it Enjoy reading the text history of Warm-up and Qatar Grand Prix motorcycle race, the nineteenth race of the calendar. The final stage of the new MotoGP format for 2023 is the traditional Sunday race, which will start at 6pm Italian time. The Losail team will be missing two regular riders, Alex Rins (Honda LCR), who was replaced by his compatriot Iker Licona, and Miguel Oliveira (Aprilia RNF), who fractured his shoulder in yesterday’s short race.
The 11 laps of the Sprint race on Saturday witnessed the victory of Jorge Martin (Ducati Prima Pramac), ahead of Fabio Di Giannantonio (Ducati Gresini) and Luca Marini (Ducati VR46). Bagnaia (Ducati) finished fifth, his lead in the standings halved from +14 to +7, with two grand prix and a sprint race remaining until the end of the World Championship.
There is nothing new for Sunday’s Grand Prix, which will maintain the traditional number of laps (22 in Losail) and the classic result (25, 20, 16, 13, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3). ,2, 1) The starting grid resulting from the qualifiers will be used.
In the afternoon – at 1.40pm Italian time – the warm-up will begin: 10 minutes for a quick test of the settings and checking track conditions in view of the afternoon race.

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