MotoGP Qualifying Qatar: Pole for Jorge Martin - Yamaha dropped
© Motorsport Images For Jorge Martin it is the already fifth pole position in the MotoGP as in the previous year, the Poleposition belongs to the MotoGP season opener in Qatar Ducati: under The floodlight in Losail sat down Pramac pilot Jorge Martin with a qualifying time of 1: 53.011 minutes against its brand colleagues of Gresini, Enea Bastianini, and Honda Competitor Marc Marquez. "Martin squeals everything out of the tire.
Miguel Oliveira prematurely concluded this weekend's race, the first of the 2022 season, after a crash in the first half of the race. The portuguese was showing a competitive pace and with a serious chance of finishing the race in the top ten after starting from 14th place.
In a debrief, the #88 was asked what general feeling he had after completing his race after KTM had struggled at the same track in 2021.
'At the end of the day, I'd rather not finish a race, but have a good pace, and be competitive, than just finishing 12th or ninth, you know? Of course I wanted a top ten result, but in the end Brad showed what the bike is capable of, that we are here for the good results and that others have to count on us. In Mandalika we will try to turn things in our favor. We know what we have to do, I know what I have to do and that's the most important thing. We must act quickly to fight for better results; results that I am capable of doing and that the bike also has the capabilities to achieve', he said in a post-race debrief.
Dennis criticizes PACE in the race: "We were just too slow!" .
© Motorsport Images Jake Dennis Hadert with the Pace of his Andretti-Boliden Jake Dennis Will the race weekend of Formula E in the Italian capital Rome certainly want to forget quickly. The Briton had to fight in both runs with the PACE of his Andretti BMW and did not come beyond a 13th place. In the second race on Sunday, he even fell out after contact with Lucas di Grassi.