It was a stable Aleix Espargarò who took pole place in the Catalunya Grand Prix, the ninth stage of MotoGP 2022 scheduled for tomorrow at the Montmelò circuit in Barcelona. The Aprilia rider is thus a prophet at house and with a time of 1’38.742 he took his RS-GP to the prime, beating the Ducati of Pecco Bagnaia, winner of the final race at Mugello, by simply 31 thousandths. For the eldest of the Espargarò, this is the fourth pole in MotoGP.
The first line is accomplished by a big Fabio Quartararowho dropped on the Noale agency’s machine, 0.217s, using a Yamaha which will probably be his mount till 2024. “El Diablo” confirmed a great race tempo, which is promising for this Sunday. The fourth time is for Johann Zarco whose second line is positioned below the signal of the Ducati since we discover there the more and more stunning rookie Fabio Di Giannantonio (Gresini Racing) and jorge martin (Pramac Racing).
Note the fantastic efficiency ofAlex Rins (Suzuki), seventh and forward of his compatriot’s Aprilia Maverick Vinales and the Ducati Mooney VR46 Racing Team from Luca Mariniwhich closes the third line 0.709s from the prime.
Fabio Quartararo saves Japan’s honor in opposition to Italian machines in Catalonia
Fourth row for the Honda of Pol Espargarothe Ducati of Jack Miller and the Honda LCR of Takaaki Nakagami. It will probably be a race MotoGP troublesome for Marco Bezzecchi the Mooney VR46 Racing Team rookie and Enea Bastianini (Gresini Racing) who didn’t go Q1 and who will begin from thirteenth and 14th place.
It will probably be recalled that there will probably be an absentee in the individual of Mark Marquez who was operated for the fourth time on the humerus of his proper arm. An extended rehabilitation awaits him. What will these races have in retailer for us this Sunday in Catalonia? To not miss something right here is the program.
MotoGP Catalonia J3: timetables
Sunday June 4
9:00 a.m. – 9:10 a.m.: Moto3, Warm-up
9:20 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.: Moto2, warm-up
9:40 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.: MotoGP, Warm-up
11 a.m.: Moto3, Race (21 laps)
12:20 p.m.: Moto2, Race (22 laps)
2 p.m.: MotoGP, race (24 laps)