Motorcycles: MotoGP Portimao 2 FT3: Bagnaia 0,001 seconds before Quartararo!

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Ducati-Pilot Francesco Bagnaia übernahm am Samstagvormittag die Spitze © Motorsport Images Ducati-Pilot Francesco Bagnaia took over on Saturday morning the tip

Ducati-Werkspilot Francesco Bagnaia has secured the FT3 best time at the Grand Prix of the Algarve in Portimao ( to FT3 Result ). The Italian circulated the course in 1: 39,202 minutes and was thus a thousandtheology faster than Yamaha Werkspilot Fabio Quartararo. Suzuki Pilot Joan me finished the session on the third position.

On Friday, Yamaha Pilot Fabio Quartararo was the fastest driver. The Frenchman drove the best time in both trainings and surrounded the course in FT2 in 1: 39.390 minutes. The Friday's best time was the best round of the weekend until the final breaking exchange in the FT3. Compared to Friday it was Windiger and Fresh on Saturday morning.

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The conditions still enabled improvements. Fabio Quartararo drove seven minutes before the end of the FT3 in 1: 39.206 minutes the new fastest round of the weekend. Two minutes later, Francesco Bagnaia drove 0.004 seconds faster than the new world champion and took over the top.

Ducati, Yamaha, Suzuki and Honda In the top 5

in the final minute, Fabio Quartararo was able to increase again, but the best time missed by 0.001 seconds. And also Suzuki work pilot was close. Only 0.025 seconds lacked the world champion of the past MotoGP season to the best time.

at position Four followed Jack Miller (Ducati). The Australian caused a stir when he left his factory Ducati over one of the crests. LCR-Honda pilot Alex Marquez completed the top 5.

Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha) finished the FT3 at position six. The final squares for the Q2 secured Alex Rins (Suzuki), Pol Espargaro (Honda), Luca Marini (Esponsorama-Ducati) and Jorge Martin (Pramac-Ducati).

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Many prominent names miss the direct entry into the Q2

not directly for the Q2 qualified a series of big names. Among the drivers who need to compete in Q1, including the previous year's winner Miguel Oliveira (KTM), Valentino Rossi (Petronas-Yamaha), Stefan Bradl (Honda) and Andrea Dovizioso (Petronas-Yamaha).

For KTM, the FT3 was difficult. None of the four riders managed to move into the top 10th Tech-3 pilot Iker Lecuona was as a twelfth best KTM pilot. Last year's winner Miguel Oliveira ended the FT3 at position 15. Danilo Petrucci (Tech 3) followed at the 16th position. Brad Binder was only led to position 18.

Valentino Rossi succeeded in comparison to Friday a small increase. The Italian shoved at position 17 and came up to 1.011 seconds to the best time. Team College Andrea Dovizioso ended the FT3 at position 20.

Aprilia duo on the last two positions

disappointing was the Saturday morning for the Aprilia duo. Maverick Vinales and Aleix Espargaro finished the last two positions. Vinales was 1.414 seconds and was about two tenths of a second faster than Espargaro.

The qualifying of the MotoGP starts at 15:10 clock (CET) with the Q1. The second and decisive qualifying pass is started at 15:35 (CET). The start to the Grand Prix of the Algarve takes place on Sunday afternoon at 14:00 (CET).

directly for the Q2 is qualified:

Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati)

Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha)

Joan me (Suzuki)

Jack Miller (Ducati)

Alex Marquez (Lcr-Honda)

Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha)

Alex Rins ( Suzuki)

Pol Espargaro (Honda)

Luca Marini (Esponsorama-Ducati)

Jorge Martin (Pramac-Ducati)

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