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9.04 Thanks for following us and good continuation of the day. A sporting greeting.

9.03 The ranking of FP2:

1 20 Fabio QUARTARARO FRA Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP YAMAHA 1’31.608 16 18 307.6
2 21 Franco MORBIDELLI ITA Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP YAMAHA 1’31.638 17 18 0.030 0.030 304.2
3 5 Johann ZARCO FRA Pramac Racing DUCATI 1’31.893 20 22 0.285 0.255 308.5
4 89 Jorge MARTIN SPA Pramac Racing DUCATI 1’31.904 16 20 0.296 0.011 308.5
5 23 Enea BASTIANINI ITA Gresini Racing MotoGP DUCATI 1’31.921 14 14 0.313 0.017 311.2
6 43 Jack MILLER AUS Ducati Lenovo Team DUCATI 1’31.965 21 22 0.357 0.044 307.6
7 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA Aprilia Racing APRILIA 1’32.008 17 18 0.400 0.043 309.4
8 33 Brad BINDER RSA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’32.017 17 19 0.409 0.009 309.4
9 88 Miguel OLIVEIRA POR Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’32.049 21 22 0.441 0.032 309.4
10 42 Alex RINS SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR SUZUKI 1’32.106 21 21 0.498 0.057 308.5
11 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Tea YAMAHA 1’32.303 19 21 0.695 0.197 305.9
12 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI JPN LCR Honda IDEMITSU HONDA 1’32.314 17 20 0.706 0.011 306.8
13 12 Maverick VIÑALES SPA Aprilia Racing APRILIA 1’32.344 17 19 0.736 0.030 307.6
14 49 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO ITA Gresini Racing MotoGP DUCATI 1’32.418 15 18 0.810 0.074 303.3
15 72 Marco BEZZECCHI ITA Mooney VR46 Racing Team DUCATI 1’32.471 19 20 0.863 0.053 308.5
16 73 Alex MARQUEZ SPA LCR Honda CASTROL HONDA 1’32.554 19 22 0.946 0.083 307.6
17 25 Raul FERNANDEZ SPA Tech3 KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’32.557 17 19 0.949 0.003 305.9
18 87 Remy GARDNER AUS Tech3 KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’32.626 20 20 1.018 0.069 304.2
19 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Repsol Honda Team HONDA 1’32.628 17 18 1.020 0.002 309.4
20 36 Joan MIR SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR SUZUKI 1’32.641 16 19 1.033 0.013 308.5
21 63 Francesco BAGNAIA ITA Ducati Lenovo Team DUCATI 1’32.845 11 18 1.237 0.204 306.8
22 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team HONDA 1’32.847 7 18 1.239 0.002 308.5
23 40 Darryn BINDER RSA WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Tea YAMAHA 1’33.014 17 19 1.406 0.167 306.8
24 10 Luca MARINI ITA Mooney VR46 Racing Team DUCATI 1’33.223 15 20 1.615 0.209 305.0

9.01 Bagnaia’s 21st place shouldn’t worry. On the pace he was among the best, he was also going very strong on the flying lap, however the crashes of Bastianini and Marc Marquez, with consequent exposure of the yellow flags, did not allow him to improve in the two attempts at his disposal with soft rubber at the rear in the the final.

9.00 The placements of the Italians: 5th Bastianini, 11th Dovizioso, 14th Di Giannantonio, 15th Bezzecchi, 21st Bagnaia, 24th Marini.

8.58 Honda got lost after the convincing first session: Pol Espargarò 19th, Marc Marquez 22nd. It is a strange World Cup, where consistency will be decisive for winning the title.

8.56 Quartararo confirmed Yamaha’s feeling with this track, ahead of his teammate Morbidelli by only 30 thousandths. The Ducatis did well, four between the third and sixth positions: Zarco at 0.285, Martin at 0.296, Bastianini at 0.313, Miller at 0.357. Ktm shone with hard tires, less so with soft ones.

8.54 Marc Marquez had twice risked ending up on the ground, in the third he crashed. The Spaniard and Bagnaia will have to hope that it won’t rain tomorrow in FP3, otherwise they will be forced to pass through Q1.

8.53 Bagnaia sends everyone to that country to return to the pits. There is the nervousness. Everything is doing badly at the start of the World Cup, but we have to hold on. On the pace he obtained excellent responses with Ducati, it is clear that the falls of Bastianini and Marquez, with consequent yellow flags, are external events that cannot be controlled.

8.51 FP2 ends with Quartararo in front of Morbidelli, Zarco, Martin and Bastianini. 6th Miller, Aleix Espargarò, Binder, Oliveira, Rins complete the top 10. 11th Dovizioso, 22nd Bagnaia, 23rd Marc Marquez!

8.50 Bagnaia closes 21st, crazy. He couldn’t improve due to the yellow flags. The problem, however, was losing those 10 minutes at the beginning of the session, which resulted in a delay for the rest of FP2.

8.49 ALSO FALL FOR MARC MARQUEZ!

8.49 Fall for Bastianini, bad news also for Bagnaia, who is 20th and cannot improve with the yellow flags!

8.48 Quartararo snatches the first position from Morbidelli for only 30 thousandths.

8.48 MORBIDELLIIIIIIIIIIIII !!! 1’31 ″ 638, he is first!

8.47 Zarco takes the lead with 11 thousandths on Martin! Two Ducati Pramacs in front!

8.46 MORBIDELLI! It is 2nd only 46 thousandths from Martin. 3rd Binder at 0.113.

8.45 1’31 ″ 904 for Jorge Martin with Ducati Pramac, he is in the lead with 0.410 on Nakagami. Now Bagnaia returns with soft on the rear, there are 4 minutes left.

8.45 Bezzecchi is third! But now everyone is improving, and not a little …

8.44 Joan Mir, who was last, climbs to 20th position: he is struggling a lot with the Suzuki.

8.43 The riders with new soft rubber on the rear are back on track. It’s serious… Anyway Ducati got excellent feedback on pace with both Bagnaia and Bastianini.

8.43 7 minutes at the end of FP2.

8.41 Even Bagnaia in the pits. It will soon be a ‘time attack’, meaning the riders will be chasing time on soft tires.

8.39 The Bagnaia pass is good. At the moment he is the only one on the track, making up for lost time at the beginning.

8.38 Remy Gardner amazes with the KTM Tech3, eighth at 0.341 (new soft rubber at the rear).

8.37 QUARTARARO LEADER! 1’32 ″ 570 for the French with soft at the rear, 0.137 trims at Oliveira.

8.35 Oliveira drives in front of Bagnaia, Marc Marquez, Quartararo, Bastianini, Rins and Pol Espargarò.

8.34 Bastianini’s Grand Tour with averages, is 5th at 0.164.

8.33 Bagnaia returned to the pits to analyze the data.

8.32 Quartararo scores the best split times, then makes a mistake in the fourth sector and does not improve.

8.31 Attack at the time of Quartararo, he mounted a soft tire on the rear.

8.30 Enea Bastianini is confirmed as competitive, sixth at 0.289. Morbidelli is 7th at 0.295.

8.29 We remember that Oliveira is the only one to have obtained the time with a hard tire on the front.

8.28 SECOND BATHROOM! 0.138 from Quartararo. Ducati is very fast in the first three sectors, but struggles a lot in the fourth, the one with so many slow corners.

8.26 Quartararo breathes and is third at 0.146 from Oliveira.

8.24 The Italians show themselves: 4th Morbidelli at 0.295, 6th Bagnaia at 0.441.

8.24 Now Quartararo improves and is 7th.

8.23 Morbidelli gains some positions: he is 11th at 0.625, just ahead of Bagnaia.

8.23 Quartararo climbs to 17th place 8 tenths from Oliveira.

8.22 The Italians: 10th Bastianini, 11th Bagnaia, 13th Bezzecchi, 15th Marini, 18th Morbidelli, 19th Di Giannantonio, 20th Dovizioso.

8.21 Zarco jumps to third place at 0.226 from the top.

8.20 Bagnaia goes back and is 11th at 0.690 from Oliveira. Half an hour at the end of the session.

8.20 Quartararo is stopped in the pits after the reliability problems that Yamaha has encountered.

8.18 Bagnaia is 14th one second behind Oliveira, just ahead of Morbidelli.

8.18 Bastianini returned to the pits, at the moment he has dropped to 10th place.

8.17 Marc Marquez goes up, he is 2nd at 0.140. The Spaniard took another boat, risking falling again.

8.17 Miller strikes a shot with the factory Ducati and is 2nd at 0.354.

8.16 Tempone di Oliveira: 1’32 ″ 707: the hard front tire for the Portuguese is working well.

8.16 1’33 ″ 175 for Binder, in command with the KTM. 2nd Aleix Espargarò with Aprilia at only 4 thousandths. Then Martin, Nakagami, Bastianini, Zarco and Oliveira. 8th Marc Marquez.

8.15 Just now Bagnaia returns to the track.

8.15 Bagnaia is still in the pits, he has already lost 10 minutes of these tests.

8.14 The times continue to improve. Nakagami in the lead in 1’33 ″ 265, 2nd Bastianini at 21 thousandths!

8.13 Jorge Martin climbs to fifth place with Ducati.

8.13 Zarco in command ahead of Oliveira, Pol Espargarò, Marc Marquez, Miller and Morbidelli. We are clearly talking about combined rankings.

8.12 Bad tail for Marc Marquez, he was saved by a whisker from the fall.

8.11 Zarco takes the lead with Ducati Pramac and does 18 thousandths better than Oliveira. Bagnaia has already returned to the pits, something is wrong.

8.10 Oliveira takes the lead in 1’33 “328, 0.171 better than Pol Espargarò’s time in FP1.

8.10 Technical problem for Quartararo’s Yamaha, stopped on the track. The bike went out, it rains in the wet for the Frenchman.

8.08 Oliveira differs from the opponents with a hard front and an average rear. Double media for Bagnaia.

8.08 Now Francesco Bagnaia also enters the track

8.07 Medium-soft also for Morbidelli and Quartararo’s Yamahas. Double media for Marc Marquez.

8.07 All the drivers on the track, except Bagnaia who is still in the pits.

8.06 Jack Miller opts for a medium at the front and a soft at the rear.

8.05 Pair of medium tires for Bastianini and Pol Espargarò.

8.05 FP2 begins in Mandalika.

8.03 FP2 will last 45 minutes.

8.02 Clear skies at the moment, but beware because in this area of ​​the world, thunderstorms can always materialize suddenly.

8.00 WINNERS OF THE INDONESIAN GP – 500cc
1996 – Mick DOOHAN (AUS) {Honda}
1997 – Tadayuki OKADA (JPN) {Honda}

WINNERS OF THE INDONESIAN GP – 250cc
1996 – Tetsuya HARADA (JPN) {Yamaha}
1997 – Max BIAGGI (ITA) {Honda}

WINNERS OF THE INDONESIAN GP – 125cc
1996 – Masaki TOKUDOME (JPN) {Aprilia}
1997 – Valentino ROSSI (ITA) {Aprilia}

7.55 The Italian affirmations arrived only in the lower classes, both in 1997, when Valentino Rossi won in the 125cc and Max Biaggi won in the 250cc. The triumph of the Roman was however extremely significant, because it was decisive for the conquest of the fourth consecutive World Cup in the quarter-liter.

The Indonesian was the penultimate race of the season, to which the Black Corsair arrived occupying the third position in the world championship standings. Ralf Waldmann (214 points) and Tetsuya Harada (211) were in fact ahead of Biaggi (205), who however dominated the scene, while the Japanese did not go beyond fourth place and the German lived one of the most difficult days of his season, ranking only seventh.

In this way Max reversed the situation , taking the lead of the absolute ranking with 230 points, against 224 for Harada and 223 for Waldmann. The Black Corsair completed the job with second place in the next Australian GP, ​​becoming 250cc Champion for the fourth time in a row, the first with Honda after the three world crowns obtained with Aprilia.

7.52 For the record, the two 500cc races had as many different winners. In 1996 the Australian Mick Doohan triumphed, preceding the Brazilian Alex Barros and the Italian Loris Capirossi , who slipped his Yamaha between a Honda wetsuit. In 1997, however, the Golden Wing House monopolized the podium. The Japanese Tadayuki Okada was able to beat the aforementioned Doohan in the sprint, back from 10 consecutive wins, while Alex Crivillé took the lowest step of the podium.

7.50 This event had already entered the world championship calendar in the mid-90s. At the time it was run in Sentul , on Java Island, but the event was short-lived. After two editions, dated 1996 and 1997, the test was canceled due to the economic difficulties generated by the so-called “Asian Financial Crisis” of 1997-1998. Indonesia therefore remained away from the geography of the World Championship for two decades, until construction began on the Mandalika International Street Circuit , located in the province of West Nusa Tenggara, not far from Bali. The completion of the track and the strong interest of the local organizers have therefore allowed the MotoGP to return to the Indonesian archipelago after 25 years.

7.43 This week MotoGP will return to the Far East for the first time since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. The last race held in this geographical area dates back to 20 October 2019, as it was not possible to stage any event in both 2020 and 2021. Curiously, the World Championship does not return to Southeast Asia in a known context , but on a completely new track, since after a quarter of a century we will return to see the Indonesian Grand Prix .

7.40 Yamaha showed some progress with Franco Morbidelli, while a nervous Fabio Quartararo remains in the rear. However, the track layout should help the Iwata team’s bike.

7.35 Among other things, Marc Marquez could already attempt a first extension in the standings between the GP of Indonesia and the GP of Argentina: the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit is also particularly popular with the Spaniard.

7.30 Mandalika is a new track, yet three days of testing took place here in February. Also on that occasion it was Honda that was the master. The Japanese bike is scary this year, because not only is it ‘docile’ and easy to handle, it also has a great engine. This is why Marc Marquez is the # 1 favorite of the World Cup.

7.23 The ranking after FP1:

1 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Repsol Honda Team HONDA 1’33.499 17 17 308.5
2 88 Miguel OLIVEIRA POR Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’33.543 22 22 0.044 0.044 306.8
3 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team HONDA 1’33.578 16 16 0.079 0.035 306.8
4 21 Franco MORBIDELLI ITA Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP YAMAHA 1’33.881 16 19 0.382 0.303 303.3
5 5 Johann ZARCO FRA Pramac Racing DUCATI 1’34.242 20 20 0.743 0.361 308.5
6 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA Aprilia Racing APRILIA 1’34.252 14 15 0.753 0.010 307.6
7 33 Brad BINDER RSA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’34.275 20 21 0.776 0.023 306.8
8 23 Enea BASTIANINI ITA Gresini Racing MotoGP DUCATI 1’34.327 17 17 0.828 0.052 308.5
9 63 Francesco BAGNAIA ITA Ducati Lenovo Team DUCATI 1’34.357 21 21 0.858 0.030 305.9
10 36 Joan MIR SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR SUZUKI 1’34.479 18 18 0.980 0.122 305.9
11 43 Jack MILLER AUS Ducati Lenovo Team DUCATI 1’34.562 19 20 1.063 0.083 305.0
12 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Tea YAMAHA 1’34.592 16 18 1.093 0.030 302.5
13 25 Raul FERNANDEZ SPA Tech3 KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’34.676 18 19 1.177 0.084 305.0
14 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI JPN LCR Honda IDEMITSU HONDA 1’34.707 16 16 1.208 0.031 306.8
15 12 Maverick VIÑALES SPA Aprilia Racing APRILIA 1’34.715 20 21 1.216 0.008 308.5
16 20 Fabio QUARTARARO FRA Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP YAMAHA 1’34.793 19 21 1.294 0.078 301.6
17 42 Alex RINS SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR SUZUKI 1’34.893 21 21 1.394 0.100 305.9
18 73 Alex MARQUEZ SPA LCR Honda CASTROL HONDA 1’34.897 17 18 1.398 0.004 305.0
19 87 Remy GARDNER AUS Tech3 KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’35.186 18 18 1.687 0.289 301.6
20 72 Marco BEZZECCHI ITA Mooney VR46 Racing Team DUCATI 1’35.258 21 21 1.759 0.072 305.9
21 89 Jorge MARTIN SPA Pramac Racing DUCATI 1’35.525 17 17 2.026 0.267 304.2
22 10 Luca MARINI ITA Mooney VR46 Racing Team DUCATI 1’36.771 18 18 3.272 1.246 301.6
23 49 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO ITA Gresini Racing MotoGP DUCATI 1’36.838 19 19 3.339 0.067 302.5
24 40 Darryn BINDER RSA WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Tea YAMAHA 1’37.116 18 19 3.617 0.278 303.3

7.20 Welcome back to OA Sport friends. At 8.05 am the second MotoGP free practice session will begin at the Indonesia GP 2022 in Mandalika.

FREE TRIALS 1 MOTOGP CHRONICLE

RANKING OF TIMES AND RESULTS FP1 GP INDONESIA MOTOGP

CHRONICLE FREE TRIALS 1 MOTO3

CHRONICLE FREE TRIALS 1 MOTO2

Thank you all for joining us over the course of the night. Appointment at 08.05 with the FP2 of the GP of Indonesia for the MotoGP.

RANKING OF FREE PRACTICE 1 GP INDONESIA MOTOGP:

1 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Repsol Honda Team HONDA 1’33.499 17 17 308.5
2 88 Miguel OLIVEIRA POR Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’33.543 22 22 0.044 0.044 306.8
3 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team HONDA 1’33.578 16 16 0.079 0.035 306.8
4 21 Franco MORBIDELLI ITA Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP YAMAHA 1’33.881 16 19 0.382 0.303 303.3
5 5 Johann ZARCO FRA Pramac Racing DUCATI 1’34.242 20 20 0.743 0.361 308.5
6 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA Aprilia Racing APRILIA 1’34.252 14 15 0.753 0.010 307.6
7 33 Brad BINDER RSA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’34.275 20 21 0.776 0.023 306.8
8 23 Enea BASTIANINI ITA Gresini Racing MotoGP DUCATI 1’34.327 17 17 0.828 0.052 308.5
9 63 Francesco BAGNAIA ITA Ducati Lenovo Team DUCATI 1’34.357 21 21 0.858 0.030 305.9
10 36 Joan MIR SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR SUZUKI 1’34.479 18 18 0.980 0.122 305.9
11 43 Jack MILLER AUS Ducati Lenovo Team DUCATI 1’34.562 19 20 1.063 0.083 305.0
12 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Tea YAMAHA 1’34.592 16 18 1.093 0.030 302.5
13 25 Raul FERNANDEZ SPA Tech3 KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’34.676 18 19 1.177 0.084 305.0
14 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI JPN LCR Honda IDEMITSU HONDA 1’34.707 16 16 1.208 0.031 306.8
15 12 Maverick VIÑALES SPA Aprilia Racing APRILIA 1’34.715 20 21 1.216 0.008 308.5
16 20 Fabio QUARTARARO FRA Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP YAMAHA 1’34.793 19 21 1.294 0.078 301.6
17 42 Alex RINS SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR SUZUKI 1’34.893 21 21 1.394 0.100 305.9
18 73 Alex MARQUEZ SPA LCR Honda CASTROL HONDA 1’34.897 17 18 1.398 0.004 305.0
19 87 Remy GARDNER AUS Tech3 KTM Factory Racing KTM 1’35.186 18 18 1.687 0.289 301.6
20 72 Marco BEZZECCHI ITA Mooney VR46 Racing Team DUCATI 1’35.258 21 21 1.759 0.072 305.9
21 89 Jorge MARTIN SPA Pramac Racing DUCATI 1’35.525 17 17 2.026 0.267 304.2
22 10 Luca MARINI ITA Mooney VR46 Racing Team DUCATI 1’36.771 18 18 3.272 1.246 301.6
23 49 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO ITA Gresini Racing MotoGP DUCATI 1’36.838 19 19 3.339 0.067 302.5
24 40 Darryn BINDER RSA WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Tea YAMAHA 1’37.116 18 19 3.617 0.278 303.3

04.41 TOP-10 RANKING:

1
44
P. ESPARGARO
1: 33.499
2
88
M. OLIVEIRA
+0.044
3
93
M. MARQUEZ
+0.079
4
21
F. MORBIDELLI
+0.382
5
5
J. ZARCO
+0.743
6
41
A. ESPARGARO
+0.753
7
33
B. BINDER
+0.776
8
23
E. BASTIANINI
+0.828
9
63
F. BAGNAIA
+0.858
10
36
J. MIR
+0.980

04.40 The track progressively improved as the minutes went by, but the lack of grip was a constant theme of the session. The hope is that the situation will improve for FP2, scheduled for 08.05.

04.39 Andrea Dovizioso 12th at 1.093 with the Yamaha, immediately behind Joan Mir (Suzuki) and Jack Miller (Ducati). Fabio Quartararo is only 16th as a World Champion, delayed by 1,294 with the factory Yamaha behind Maverick Vinales. Marco Bezzecchi 20th, Luca Marini 22nd, Fabio Di Giannantonio 23rd.

04.38 Enea Bastianini eighth with the Ducati of Team Gresini at 0.828. The Qatari GP winner had some grip problems, just like Francesco Bagnaia, who was ninth with the factory Ducati at 0.858.

04.37 Franco Morbidelli excellent fourth on the official Yamaha, delayed by 0.382. The Roman preceded Johann Zarco (at 0.743 with the Ducati Pramac) and Aleix Espargarò (at 0.753 with the Aprilia).

04.36 Pol Espargarò overturns the situation and signs the best time in 1: 33.499, with 44 thousandths of an advantage over Miguel Oliveira and 79 thousandths of Marc Marquez. The two Hondas shone, separated only by the Portuguese’s KTM.

04.36 Miguel Oliveira takes the first position with 1: 33.543, 35 thousandths better than Marquez. Pol Espargarò can answer.

04.35 Marc Marquez unleashed, closes in 1: 33.578, with 0.182 on Pol Espargarò and 0.303 on Morbidelli. Francesco Bagnaia seventh at 0.779.

04.34 Pol Espargarò signs the best time: 1: 33.760, ahead of Morbidelli by 0.121. Last lap for all the riders.

04.33 Brad Binder and Miguel Oliveira enter behind Morbidelli with their KTMs.

04.33 Last two minutes of the session.

04.32 Francesco Bagnaia has risen to eighth position at 1,214 from Morbidelli. Andrea Dovizioso fifth at 0.931. Enea Bastianini 18th at 2.065.

04.30 Marc Marquez second at 0.492 from Morbidelli.

04.29 FRANCO MORBIDELLIIIIIIIIIIIII! IN FRONT OF ALLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! 1: 33.881, what a roar with the factory Yamaha! He trimmed 0.595 to Pol Espargarò.

04.28 Miguel Oliveira enters second position with the KTM at 0.239 from Espargarò.

04.27 Marquez approaches Pol Espargarò and goes to 0.316. Jack Miller third at 0.527, just ahead of Zarco. Bagnaia and Bastianini complain of grip problems.

04.22 Francesco Bagnaia 17th at 2,423, Enea Bastianini 24th at 4,537. For the moment there are difficulties for the two Italians. Franco Morbidelli sixth at 1.084.

04.20 It is still far from 1: 31.0 seen in the Test. The asphalt is not yet performing due to the rain that fell in the night, it lacks a bit of grip.

04.18 Two Hondas in front of everyone. Pol Espargarò clocks 1: 34.476, with 0.511 ahead of Marc Marquez and 0.570 over Johann Zarco. We enter the last quarter of an hour of FP1.

04.16 Enea Bastianini is still in the pits (21st at 4.026), Bagnaia has returned and is 15th at 2.641, Bezzecchi 13th at 2.082.

04.15 Marc Marquez is continuing to provide important answers, he seems to be really at ease and improves in 1: 34.987, ahead of Johann Zarco by 59 thousandths. Franco Morbidelli excellent third with the factory Yamaha at 0.573.

04.13 Fabio Quartararo seventh at 1.343, Marco Bezzecchi eighth at 1.497, Francesco Bagnaia tenth at 1.947.

04.12 Johann Zarco replies to the Hondas: 1: 35.681, precedes Pol Espargarò and Marc Marquez by 0.105 by 17 thousandths.

04.10 The track is now in ideal conditions. Marc Marquez flies to the lead in 1: 34.958 on the Honda, preceded by 0.477 Miguel Oliveira (KTM) and Johann Zarco (Ducati Pramac) by 0.504.

04.06 The ranking continues to change abruptly, the reference time continues to be lowered with the progressive passage of the bikes. Now Miguel Oliveira is leading with his KTM, 1: 37.978 ahead of 0.356 in Quartararo and 0.849 in Miller. Dovizioso fourth ahead of Bastianini and Bezzecchi, Bagnaia ninth at 1,421.

04.05 Fabio Quartararo leaps to the lead with his Yamaha, stamping 1: 38.751 and preceding Jack Miller by 76 thousandths. Andrea Dovizioso third at 0.246 with Yamaha.

04.03 The track is improving, the riders run with soft rubber on the front and medium on the rear.

04.02 HEREBY II! Marco Bezzecchi second at 1.115, Francesco Bagnaia goes back to third position at 1.1167. Enea Bastianini fifth at 1,719. The Ducatis are distinguishing themselves in these conditions.

04.00 Jack Miller is exceptional in these track conditions and drops to 1: 38.827 before returning to the pits. Fabio Quartararo gives a ring with his Yamaha and climbs to second position at 1,817.

03.59 A superb Enea Bastianini enters second place at 1,864 from Miller. It is progressively improving as the laps go by.

03.57 Enea Bastianini climbs to fifth position at 3.187 from Miller, Francesco Bagnaia seventh at 4.096.

03.56 Jack Miller seems to be comfortable in these conditions and continues to improve: 1: 40.460, the Ducati centaur is ahead with 1.841 over Miguel Oliveira and 2.590 over Brad Binder, then Johann Zarco at 2.628. For the moment Ducati and KTM are in the spotlight.

03.54 Clearly the asphalt conditions are not the best, we will see an interlocutory shift.

03.53 The first pinwheel of the times rewards Johann Zarco, who signed 1: 44.994. Behind him Miguel Oliveira and Jack Miller.

03.51 Immediately everyone on the track, the track is still a bit wet.

03.50 THE MOTOGP FP2 STARTS.

03.42 The day started in the wet, the track is gradually drying.

03.40 Marc Marquez wants to shine on his Honda. Mir and Rins are looking for redemption with the Suzuki bikes, Aleix Espargarò wants confirmation with the Aprilia, Pol Espargarò wants to prove that he is up to Marquez.

03.35 Fifteen minutes at the start of free practice 1.

03.32 The Spanish patrol is fed with Pol Espargarò, Aleix Espargarò, Marc Marquez, Joan Mir, Alex Rins ready to make a result.

03.30 Enea Bastianini is confident and has all the credentials to confirm himself at the highest levels.

03.28 Bagnaia seems to have mended the relationship with Ducati after the controversial declarations of Losail regarding the new bike, the hope is that we can start again in the best possible way.

03.26 Important responses are also expected from Francesco Bagnaia, fresh from the fall of Losail at the end of a race held in the rear.

03.24 Italy awaits Enea Bastianini, magnificent winner a couple of weeks ago in Qatar.

03.22 On the Mandalia circuit the intense weekend begins, it starts at 03.50 Italian time. In Indonesia, they are six hours ahead of us.

03.20 Hello and welcome to LIVE LIVE for free practice 1 of the Indonesia GP 2022, second round of the Moto2 World Championship.

How to follow free practice on TV / streamingThe presentation of the GP of Indonesia

Hello and welcome back to LIVE LIVE on the first day of free practice of the Indonesian GP, ​​second round of the 2022 MotoGP World Championship . On the Mandalika circuit, drivers and teams will be busy finding the ideal setup in view of Saturday’s qualifying and Sunday race.

On the Indonesian track the drivers had the opportunity to run during the pre-season tests , in order to get to know and understand it. It will be a very demanding weekend , undoubtedly conditioned by the climatic variables and also by what the asphalt will be. This latter aspect of which many centaurs complained in the winter tests. It will be interesting to understand the values ​​seen and considering that everyone will have to adapt in a short time to a layout in which the information is not very much, even if the aforementioned tests have been able to support the technicians of the teams.

Ducati, Honda and Suzuki should have more performing material available , but be careful to underestimate KTM, Aprilia and above all Yamaha that will want to redeem itself after the colorless start of Losail. Speaking of drivers, Enea Bastianini on the Gresini Racing Red will be among the special observers and, for opposite reasons, a redemption is expected from Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia .

OA Sport offers you LIVE LIVE from the first day of free practice of the Indonesia GP, second round of the 2022 MotoGP World Championship: real-time news and constant updates. FP1 starts at 03.50 Italian time, while FP2 is scheduled for 08.05 Italian time. Have fun!


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