MotoGP LIVE Indonesia FP3: Marc Marquez is impressed!

As expected by multiple factors (new Grand Prix, new asphalt, new tires, highly changing track conditions, etc.), the MotoGP Indonesia Grand Prix at the Mandarica circuit will be more open than ever from the first day of time. I promise to practice.

Therefore, at the top of the provisional hierarchy Fabio Quartalaro Friday morning was only the 16th, but on the contrary it was the one who dominated FP1 Pol EspargaroIs not one of the few privileges to make it into the Top 10 at the end of the first day of the race on Lombok.

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For preselected people Fabio Quartalaro, Franco Morbidelli, Johann Zarco, Jorge Martin, Enea Bastianini, Jack Miller, Aleix Espargaro, Brad Binder, Miguel Oliveira When Alex RinsThe weather can be a powerful ally to ensure position in the first four rows of the start grid, as everything is grouped in the same 0.5 seconds. Pol Espargaro, Joan Mir, Francesco Bagnaia When Mark Marquez Perhaps I want the dry FP3 to try to return to the lead group.

So what does the decisive weather look like? Not good for the rest of the weekend, especially this afternoon …

After a heavy shower in the morning, the course was wet in Moto3 and wet in Moto2, a trajectory that just started to dry at the end of the session. Currently, the temperature is 27 degrees in the air and 31 degrees above the ground. Twenty-four riders are preparing for this third 45-minute free practice session, so take advantage of some of these live moments thanks to the official MotoGP.com website.

The first Grand Prix on this new route is mandatory and references are currently limited to:

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2022 test 1’31.060 Pol Espargaro (Have a look at this).
FP1 1’33.499 Pol Espargaro (Have a look at this).
FP2 1’31.608 Fabio Quartalaro (Have a look at this).
FP3 1’34.067 Marc Marquez (Have a look at this).
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When the red light goes out …Joan Mir While first rushing in front of a very compact package Enea Bastianini When Franco Morbidelli It remains in their box.
Everyone uses rain, medium / medium tires.

Miguel Oliveira He recorded his first reference at 1’44.034, 13 seconds behind yesterday’s best time.

Asked live at MotoGP.com live, Pierrotaramaso It shows that the key to tomorrow’s race is to keep the right side of the rear tires. The composition he admits is difficult for the team to accept, even if that means reducing the power of his engine …

During this time Miguel Oliveira Passing 1’42.629 in front of two brothers Marquez, Johann Zarco, Francesco Bagnaia, Raul Fernandez.. Despite these conditions he doesn’t particularly like Fabio Quartalaro Temporarily interfered in a third position before falling back under the attack of Raul Fernandez, Brad Binder, Aleix Espargaro..

10 minutes later Marc Marquez Previously commanded at 1’42.319 Miguel Oliveira Restore his property at 1’42.002.

This is when you look at the look of the first slick tire, in this case Ducati. Jack Miller When Marco Bezzecchiโ€ฆ

The Australian quickly jumped from the bottom of the ranking to 4th, leading 1’40.284. The message is clear and everyone returns to the box …
In the next passage, the official Ducati is at 1’39.160, then 1’38.275, and is delegated. Fabio Quartalaro With rain tires, it’s second, but it takes more than 3 seconds.

In the middle of the session, the hierarchy consists of Jack Miller, Marco Bezzecchi, Johann Zarco, Fabio Quartararo, Pol Espargaro, Miguel Oliveira, Alex Mรกrquez, Fabio Di Giannantonio, Marc Mรกrquez, Jorge Martin, Maverick Vinales, Joan Mir, Alex Rins, Brad Binder, Luca Marini Francesco Banyaia, Remy Gardner, Takaaki Nakagami, Andre Advizioso, Enia Bastianini, Francomo Bideliโ€ฆ Not released yet!

Johann ZarcoEspecially this weekend, was competitive and topped the rankings with the previous 137566 Jack Miller It just exceeds that at 85/1000. Miguel Oliveira Ducatis does not intend to discuss between them and temporarily leads the session before bowing Johann Zarco The author of 1’37.094.

Jack Miller Returning the layer to 1’36.490 Marc Marquez I will be participating in this battle for 1st place at 1’36.21.

Jack Miller and Miguel Oliveira It has improved, but so has the Spanish driver. It is 1’35.648, 1’35.550, 1’34.868.

10 minutes from the checkered flag Fabio Quartalaro Starting again with slick tires, his bike seems to have technical problems.

At this moment, alone Aleix Espargaro Did not use slick inside Alex Rins There is a shortage of gas.

Andrea Dovizioso Jump to 4th place inside Francesco Bagnaia Takes second just behind Marc Marquez.. The Honda rider, who sensed the danger and seemed particularly relieved, accelerated at 1’34.344. Andrea Dovizioso I continue to be amazed by the provisional podium.

Marc Marquez By driving the point home just before 1 minute 34.067, he clearly asserts himself as the guy in the session. Francesco Bagnaia, Marco Bezzecchi, Luca Marini, Alex Rins, Pol Espargaro, Jack Miller The person who fires the last round on the last lap.

The era of FP2 hasn’t improved, but Fabio Quartalaro, Franco Morbidelli, Johann Zarco, Jorge Martin, Enea Bastianini, Jack Miller, Aleix Espargaro, Brad Binder, Miguel Oliveira When Alex RinsOn the contrary, perpetuate direct passage in the second quarter Pol Espargaro, Joan Mir, Francesco Bagnaia When Mark Marquez You need to decide in Q1.

Exceptionally, at the end of the session, all drivers start from the grid and start to practice …

Results of MotoGP Indonesia Grand Prix FP3 at Mandarica Circuit:

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