MotoGP Jerez Results 2019

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By Bruce Allen

The MotoGP world, turned on its ear by qualifying on Saturday, was put back in its proper order today in Jerez by the incandescent Marc Marquez, who led wire-to-wire. The Petronas Yamaha SRT team, which spent Saturday night in the penthouse, ended Sunday in the outhouse. Rising Suzuki star Alex Rins took second, and Maverick Viñales found the podium for the first time since Buriram 2018. Four riders were separated by nine points heading to Jerez; four riders remain separated by nine points heading to Le Mans. Life is good.

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After an uncharacteristic DNF at COTA, Marc Marquez is back on top, both on the Jerez podium and the 2019 MotoGP championship standings

Practice and Qualifying

Based upon the baffling buffet that was four free practice and two qualifying sessions, one could envision almost anyone on Sunday’s podium, with he possible exception of, like, Randy de Puniet or one of the Laverty brothers. FP1 gave us Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo, today and yesterday in the same Repsol Honda colors, with Valentino Rossi whistling “Dixie” in 18th position. A brutally hot FP2 somehow belonged to the Wishin’ Minnow (?) factory Ducati Team, with Danilo Petrucci, studmuffin #2, edging teammate Andrea Dovizioso on the fast new-in-places racing surface; Rossi sweating bullets in 14th.

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Jerez hasn’t typically been kind to Ducati but both factory racers Danilo Petrucci and Andrea Dovizioso looked strong this weekend.

Saturday was cloudy, lowering air and track temps. FP3 melded Friday’s results as Petrucci, Marquez and brazen Petronas Yamaha SRT rookie Fabio Quartararo topped the sheet; Rossi 11th and screwed to the fifth row on Sunday. Petrucci broke the old track record, surprising, I think, even himself. Jerez was once …read more

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