Sport Luthi fastest on Friday in Moto2 despite crash

11:21  13 october  2017
11:21  13 october  2017 Source:   Read Sport

Aegerter stripped of Misano win, Luthi awarded five more points

  Aegerter stripped of Misano win, Luthi awarded five more points Dominique Aegerter has been stripped of his MisanoMoto2 win after the Kiefer team had been found to be using an illegal oil in qualifying, gifting Tom Luthi the victory and five extra points. Swiss rider Aegerter brilliantly fended off Interwetten rider and countryman Luthi in treacherous conditions at Misano in September to secure his first win since 2014. However, on the Saturday following qualifying, FIM technical checks found Aegerter‘s Kiefer machine had been running an oil not supplied by the championship’s official supplier. A hearing was had at the Aragon round, where a second sample of oil was tested. The results once again came up positive for the illegal oil and Aegerter has since been disqualified from the event. An FIM statement read: “On 9 September 2017 at post–qualifying technical control after the Moto2 Qualifying Practice of the Gran PremioTribulMastercard Di San Marino E Della Riviera Di Rimini, you were found to be using an oil outside the FIMMoto2 specifications. “You were summoned to attend a hearing with the FIMMotoGP Stewards Panel during the Grand PremioMovistarDeAragon. You attended the heading and acknowledged the facts presented and elected to have the B sample tested. “The B sample test results were received, showing the same results as the A sample, with both samples failing to comply with the regulations. “For the above reasons, the FIMMotoGP Stewards Panel has imposed upon you a disqualification from the results of the entire event.

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Tom Luthi ended the opening day of action from a wet Motegi ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix fastest of all despite crashing in the afternoon session.

The first 45-minute session was topped by Marc VDS rider Alex Marquez with a 2m05.460s, while Luthi was just under half a second adrift in second with championship leader Franco Morbidelli down in fifth.

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Morbidelli‘s afternoon got off to a tricky start when his bike stopped as he was exiting pitlane for his first laps. His session failed to improve from there and he ended the day almost a second adrift of his nearest championship rival in fifth.

Marquez wins as Morbidelli extends championship lead

  Marquez wins as Morbidelli extends championship lead Alex Marquez took his third win of the season in a wet shortened Japanese Moto2 race as team-mateMorbidelli extended his standings lead after a tough race for nearest rival Tom Luthi. Like the Moto3 race that preceded it, Moto2 ran to a shortened race distance of 15 laps due to delays in the morning warm-up sessions. Pole man TakaakiNakagami stormed into the lead off the line, while Luthi made a crucial launch from 11th to seventh as championship leader Morbidelli made up just one place to 13th. By the fourth lap, Morbidelli had only found himself in 11th as Luthi locked horns with HafizhSyahrin and Dominique Aegerter over sixth spot. However, Luthi‘s afternoon quickly went awry as issues with his visor saw his pace drop off – an off-track excursion at the start of the fourth lap and dropping him to 10th failed to help his cause. With his pace rapidly deteriorating, Luthi was powerless to stop Morbidelli from craving through to take 10th on lap six. The Italian proceeded to advance forward up to eighth spot, while Luthi came under threat from behind. Fortunately for the Swiss rider, the hard-charging Brad Binder – who was two seconds quicker than Luthi – crashed while hunting him down on lap eight, offering the struggling Interwetten rider some respite. At the front, Marquez hounded home hero Nakagami, and eventually broke the Japanese rider’s resolve at Turn 11 in the closing stages.

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Moto 2 ™: Luthi fastest overall, whilst Bagnaia quickest in FP2 23/03/2017. The Swiss rider was quickest in the combined times across the two practice sessions, whilst 'Pecco' Bagnaia led the charge in FP2. Moto 2 ™ begin FP3 at 19:55 (GMT +3) on Friday .

Marquez led the early stages of the second session with a 2m06.736s, but was soon deposed by Luthi – the Swiss rider posting a 2m05.885s despite a small moment at the final corner, before improving to a 2m05.282s.

The Interwetten rider – who sits 21 points adrift of Morbidelli in second in the championship – was unable to improve on his best lap in the closing stages, however, as he crashed at Turn 3.

Marquez was able to improve his pace to a 2m05.478s to end a wet Friday in Japan second on the combined times, with KTM’s Miguel Oliveira third quickest ahead of HafizhSyahrin – who remained fourth on the combined times despite failing to improve in the afternoon.

Xavier Simeon brushed off a tumble in the final nine minutes of the second session to end the day sixth fastest, with FrancescoBagnaia, SandroCortese, Misano race winner Dominique Aegerter and Stefano Manzi completing the top 10.

Nakagami takes home pole ahead of Marquez

  Nakagami takes home pole ahead of Marquez Takaaki Nakagmi denied Alex Marquez at the death of Moto2 qualifying to take a home pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix. The 2.98–mileMotegi circuit was not quite dry enough for slick tyres when qualifying got underway, though the ever–improvinglaptimes in the opening stages suggested dry running was not far off. Mattia Pasini was the early pacesetter on wet tyres with a 2m03.188s, but the Italian saw Xavier Simeon, TakaakiNakagami and Miguel Oliveira shuffle him off top spot. The Italtrans rider returned to the top of the pile with a 2m00.477s with 26 minutes remaining before boxing for slick tyres, while those who had already made the change were beginning to up their pace. Misano race winner Dominique Aegerter was the first provisional polesitter on slicks with a 2m00.454s, with FabioQuartararo and IkerLecuona briefly going fastest of all. Times continued to tumble as the clock counted down, and pole was still up for debate as the chequered flag fell. Nakagami had taken his Idemitsu Honda Team Asia bike to top spot in the final minute, but was deposed by Marc VDS man Marquez with a 1m53.776s – who suffered a sticking throttle at the start of the session. The Japanese rider, as well as Pasini and XaviVierge, traded fastest sectors on their final laps, but it was Nakagami who edged ahead to a 1m53.776s for his second pole of the year ahead of Marquez and Tech3 rider Vierge.

Moto 2 Misano: Aegerter keeps Luthi at bay for win, Morbidelli crashes out. Confirmed: KTM chassis for Sam Lowes in Moto 2 . The final rostrum spot went to Miguel Oliveira, continuing both his and his Red Bull KTM Ajo teams strong run in Moto 2 .

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TetsutaNagashima enjoyed a strong day in front of his home crowd, the Japanese rider guiding his SAG Kalex to 11th on the combined times ahead of Jorge Navarro, who crashed at the final corner in the closing stages of the second session.

LucaMarini crashed right at the end of the second session at Turn 11, so was unable to improve on 13th spot. Andrea Locatelli, who fell twice today, and XaviVierge completed the top 15, while home hero TakaakiNakagami made a low-key start to his Japanese Grand Prix down in 16th.

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Dovizioso fastest in FP2 as Marquez crashes .
Andrea Dovizioso and Ducati responded to Marc Marquez’s blistering first practice pace by ending a wet Friday at Motegi fastest of all as the Spaniard crashed. After a steady start to proceedings this morning in fifth, Dovizioso went top of the pile in the afternoon immediately with a 1m55.837s, which put him nine tenths clear of the field. Marquez cut the gap to half a second 15 minutes in, though the Italian soon responded to the Honda rider’s advances and set a 1m54.877s. The Ducati rider remained largely unchallenged for the next 20 minutes, but Marquez did begin to apply pressure with eight minutes to go with a 1m54.920s, which put him to within five hundredths of a second of his nearest championship rival. Pushing to try and reclaim top spot in the final few minutes, Marquez was flicked from his RC213V at Turn 4. The championship leader was unscathed and remained second when the chequered flag fell. Twitter: This time @marcmarquez93 pushes the limits a little too far! #RiderOK #JapaneseGP https://t.co/rFhhZ1mEbY (@MotoGP) Dovizioso was unable to improve on his laptime in the closing stages, while Aprilia’sAleixEspargaro completed the top three after a 1m55.061s lap riddled with small moments as the Spaniard pushed hard. Jorge Lorenzo brushed off his shunt with Cal Crutchlowthis morning to go fourth fastest ahead of Tech3’s Johann Zarco, who ended Friday as the only Yamaha rider inside the top 10.

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