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FP1: Fabio Quartararo Foremost, Rossi Exhausted

FP1: Fabio Quartararo Foremost, Rossi Exhausted
Fabio Quartararo again demonstrated his ability to drive a Yamaha M1 Petronas motorbike. In the first free practice session (FP1), the Frenchman posted the fastest time on the Misano / Special Circuit


Fabio Quartararo again showed his ability to drive a M1 Petronas Yamaha motorbike. In the first free practice session (FP1) at the Misano Circuit, the French racer posted the fastest time of 1 minute 33,153 seconds, Friday (9/13/2019).




During the first free training session (FP1), the hot atmosphere that had occurred at Silverstone again occurred at the Misano Circuit. This relates to the competition that took place between Marc Marquez and Alex Rins.

The 12-second video that was published on the MotoGP Twitter account showed the rivalry of Marquez and Rins in recording the best time on FP1. Suzuki racer seemed to interfere with the speed of the RC213V motorbike driven by Baby Alien.



Luckily, the hot situation at the Misano Circuit did not cause any incident. Due to the disruption caused by Rins, Marquez was only able to record the second fastest time on FP1 with 0.376 seconds behind Fabio Quartararo, who successfully took the lead.



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FP1 Results:


1. Fabio Quartararo – Yamaha Petronas (YZR-M1) 1’33,153s

2. Marc Marquez – Repsol Honda (RC213V) + 0.376s

3. Maverick Vinales – Yamaha Monsters (YZR-M1) + 0.446s

4. Michele Pirro – Ducati Team (GP19) + 0.551s

5. Aleix Espargaro – Aprilia Gresini Factory (RS-GP) + 0.609s

6. Espargaro Pol – Red Bull KTM Factory (RC16) + 0.849s

7. Franco Morbidelli – Petronas Yamaha (YZR -M1) + 0.886s

8. Danilo Petrucci – Ducati Team (GP19) + 0.996s

9. Valentino Rossi – Yamaha Monster (YZR-M1) + 1,029s

10. Tito Rabat – Reale Avintia Ducati (GP18) + 1,108s

11. Andrea Dovizioso – Ducati Team (GP19) + 1,121s

12. Alex Rins – Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR) + 1,131s

13. Francesco Bagnaia – Pramac Ducati (GP18) + 1,171s

14. Joan Mir – Suzuki Ecstar (GSX-RR) + 1,221s

15. Jack Miller – Pramac Ducati (GP19) + 1,334s

16. Cal Crutchlow – LCR Honda (RC213V ) + 1,359s

17. Takaaki Nakagami – LCR Honda (RC213V) + 1,415s

18. Johann Zarco – Red Bull KTM Factory (RC16) + 1,607s

19. Andrea Iannone – Aprilia Gresini Factory (RS-GP) + 1,837s

20. Miguel Oliveira – Red Bull KTM Tech3 (RC16) + 2,111s

21. Jorge Lorenzo – Repsol Honda (RC213V) + 2,139s

22. Karel Abraham – Reale Avintia Ducati (GP18) + 2,167s

23. Hafizh Syahrin – Red Bull KTM Tech3 ( RC213V) RC16) + 3.027s

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