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Results Czech Grand Prix, Brno
Posted by: newsla on Aug 17, 2014 - 03:30 PM
Results Czech Grand Prix, Brno

Weather: cool and cloudy
Temperature: Ambient 17 degrees C / Track 23 degrees C



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Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda RC213V) rode a superbly judged race at Brno to score his first victory of the season and thereby end the winning streak of team-mate Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda RC213V) who came home fourth this afternoon. Pedrosa’s 26th MotoGP victory strengthened his second place in the World Championship standings and moved him to within 77 points of Marquez with seven races remaining.

Pedrosa – who had already won here in MotoGP, 250s and 125s – started well from the second row of the grid and steadily worked his way to the front, setting a new lap record and then grabbing the lead from Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) at Turn Three on lap six. Although Lorenzo tried everything in his power to stay with the Honda he couldn’t quite manage it around the fast, majestic Brno circuit. At one point Pedrosa built a 1.7 second advantage over his closest rival, finally crossing the line 0.410 seconds ahead as he battled some front-end chatter issues during the final laps. After the race he strongly congratulated his team for his first win since Sepang 2013.

Marquez had won the previous ten races and looked likely to continue his winning streak after yesterday taking his ninth pole position of the year, but it was not to be. After passing Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) in the early stages it seemed that he would attempt to attack Lorenzo and Pedrosa and take the lead. But this time he didn’t quite have the set-up to challenge at the front. He was losing a fraction of second as he accelerated out of every corner due to a slight lack of rear grip. Initially he attempted to make up for the handicap by braking later into corners, but that only overheated the front tyre.

As intelligent as he is fast, Marquez realised it would be impossible to win the race and eventually lost the battle for third with Rossi. He was not disheartened though. He always knew he would get beaten one day and even announced that he now feels more relaxed because he no longer has to bear the pressure of trying to win every race. With 11 rounds done and seven to go, the 21-year-old reigning champion is still favourite to retain his title.

After crashing out at Indy last weekend, Stefan Bradl (LCR Honda RC213V) was happy to score more points today, taking seventh place despite taking a wrong turn during practice which lost him time in trying to find the perfect set-up for today’s race. The German did his best to catch Ducati duo Andrea Iannone and Andrea Dovizioso but in the later stages he struggled with front-end grip.

Alvaro Bautista (Team GO&FUN Honda Gresini RC213V) finished the race all alone in tenth position after a difficult weekend, once again lacking the kind of rear grip he needs to perform at his best.

Scott Redding (Team GO&FUN Honda Gresini RCV1000R) had another brilliant ride on his Open-spec, beating Michele Pirro on a factory Ducati and gathering a useful five championship points. Hiroshi Aoyama (Drive 7 Aspar Honda RCV1000R) finished just behind Pirro while local star Karel Abraham (Cardion AB Motoracing Honda RCV1000R) won a long duel for 14th place with Leon Camier (Drive 7 Aspar Honda RCV1000R), deputising for Nicky Hayden who is recovering from wrist injury.

Moto2 World Championship leader Tito Rabat (Marc VDS Racing Team, Kalex) won a crucial victory in the Honda-powered Moto2 race, taking his first win since June’s Catalan Grand Prix. During the previous three races he had lost ground to team-mate Mika Kallio (Marc VDS Racing Team, Kalex) who won at Indy last Sunday to shrink the Spaniard’s advantage to just seven points.

Rabat led from pole position and immediately built a small advantage over his pursuers, led by Kallio. At one point he was three seconds ahead but then rain began to fall at certain parts of the circuit and his lead withered to just over two seconds. However, Rabat kept his cool in the tricky conditions to score his fifth success of the year and widen his championship lead over second-place finisher Kallio to 12 points.

Last man on the podium was former Moto3 World Champion Sandro Cortese (Dynavolt Intact GP, Kalex) who is now fully fit following his injury in Qatar. He kept his head down to avoid falling into the clutches of the group battling behind him. This was Cortese’s first Moto2 podium.

Fourth place went to Thomas Luthi (Interwetten Paddock, Suter) who recovered brilliantly from a big tumble in morning warm-up. Dominique Aegerter (Technomag carXpert, Suter) was a close fifth, Maverick Vinales (Pons HP 40, Kalex) sixth and Julian Simon (Italtrans Racing Team, Kalex) seventh, the four of them covered by just 2.5 seconds.

Franco Morbidelli (Italtrans Racing Team, Kalex) finished eighth, just a few tenths ahead of Johann Zarco (AirAsia Caterham, Caterham Suter), with Marcel Schrotter (Tech3) rounding out the top ten.

Alexis Masbou (Ongetta-Rivacold Honda NSF250RW) scored a superb maiden win in the Moto3 race, his first Grand Prix success at the 133rd time of trying. The 27-year-old Frenchman’s victory came at the end of a cliff-hanger of a race during which up to 17 riders battled for position in the leading group. The lead and other positions changed at every other corner as riders fought to gain the slightest advantage. During the closing stages Masbou found himself barged back a few places but he regained his composure and timed his counter-attack to perfection, crossing the line a slender 0.157 seconds ahead of Enea Bastianini (KTM).

Pole position man Alex Marquez (Estrella Galicia 0,0 Honda NSF250RW) was in the contest for the win pretty much throughout the race, eventually crossing the line 0.013 seconds behind third-placed Danny Kent (Husqvarna). However, his fourth place has slightly closed the points gap on World Championship leader Jack Miller (KTM) who was fifth today, a hair’s breadth behind the Spaniard.

It could all have been so different for Alex Rins (Estrella Galicia 0,0 Honda NSF250RW) who was also up front, fighting with Masbou, Marquez and the others. He was in the lead at the start of the final lap and this was when he made his mistake – he immediately sat up to celebrate what he thought was his first victory of the season. But as the lead group surged past him to begin the final lap, he realised his error and started racing again. But it was too late and by the end he was ninth.

Indianapolis winner Efren Vazquez (SaxoPrint-RTG Honda NSF250RW) was in the thick of the lead group and had his hands full fighting with the riders immediately around him – his leathers bore the signs of several contacts. He was eighth at the finish, albeit just 0.549 seconds second off the win. He now sits third in the title chase, just one point behind Marquez

John McPhee (SaxoPrint-RTG Honda NSF250RW) had his luck run out when he was taken out by another rider.

Many teams stay here to test tomorrow before heading north west and across the English Channel for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone on August 31.

Honda MotoGP rider quotes

Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda: race winner
“I am very happy to have won this race! This year it has been a tough road to victory, but today everybody in the team is very happy. Seeing their smiling faces makes me happy as well, because you always try to get the best results but don't always manage to do so. This year we have an amazing rival in Marc, who has had great performances at every round so far. Maybe today wasn’t his best day, but I think that we also worked very well this weekend. Bringing home the win for the team feels fantastic.”

Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda: 4th
“Today was one of those Sundays in which I neither felt completely comfortable, nor had found the best set-up for the bike. It wasn’t down to a mistake by me or by the team, it was simply that we didn't have the same feeling as on other Sundays. In a way it’s taken a weight off my shoulders, as now people won’t be asking me if I can win every race any more. It was also important that we were able to focus on staying in fourth, even though it was tough not to be fighting for the win. We took 13 points that are important for the World Championship and we still have a big advantage. What matters is who wins the title, not who wins the most races.”

Stefan Bradl, LCR Honda MotoGP: 7th
“After the last difficult weekends we had recently we can be quite happy with this result. Anyway it was a hard weekend for us because we lost our way a little bit on Saturday morning and we had to go through Q1 working hard to be back to our standard shape. I did not take a perfect start because we lost some acceleration due to some wheelie. I tried to catch the guys in front of me, Dovi and Iannone, but for some reasons I could not go the same speed as I was struggling with my front tyre as soon as the rear started to drop. The seventh place is quite good but it would’ve been even better to beat the Ducati guys.”

Alvaro Bautista, Team GO&FUN Honda Gresini: 10th
“During the race I was able to recover some positions, but I’m not happy with the feeling I had with the bike. I struggled with the same problems we had during the whole weekend – I can’t actually feel the contact between the rear wheel and the asphalt and in these conditions it was difficult to ride. I made a good start, but soon after some riders passed me because they could get into the corner more quickly, while I was not able to do it due to lack of rear grip. Then I recovered those positions, but I couldn’t do much more. Too bad, unfortunately at the moment we can no longer find the good feeling we had at the first races of the season. We need to work hard in the next few races to find something that can allow us to get more grip.”

Scott Redding, Team GO&FUN Honda Gresini: 11th
“Overall I’m happy with the race, even though it was difficult. I had a small crash this morning in warm-up and I didn’t have confidence with the cold temperatures, but in the race my feeling started to come back, even if it took some laps. I was just stuck behind Pirro for almost all the race. I had a few tenths in my pocket but I couldn’t use it, and this allowed Aoyama to almost catch us. So in the final stages I decided to make a move on Pirro, because I knew that I could stay in front of him. As I said, I’m happy with the result, but it would have been nice to stay closer to the other riders in front of me.”

Hiroshi Aoyama, Drive 7 Aspar Honda: 13th
“Today we started from sixteenth on the grid and finished thirteenth, so we are fairly satisfied with the result. At the start of the race I lost a few places, but around the midway point I recovered and was able to make back some positions. I felt strong from the beginning and was comfortable on the bike, with a pace similar to that of the practice sessions. Pirro and Redding were fighting amongst themselves, which allowed me to close them down. I intended to latch onto them at the end to try and pass, but Redding escaped slightly and Pirro also closed the door well on the last lap. The race was pretty exciting for me, so I am happy and confident about Silverstone.”

Karel Abraham, Cardion AB Motoracing: 14th
“Well, I had a good battle with Leon and it was nice to finally beat him for 14th place in my home GP. We have worked all weekend trying to get a good balance between rear grip and front stability and finally things weren’t too bad in the race. My thanks to all the fans who turned out today – they were a big help. Now we look forward to the next race at Silverstone.”

Leon Camier, Drive 7 Aspar Honda: 15th
“Today I felt much more comfortable than last week in Indianapolis; we had more data and more hours of riding under our belts, and that allowed us to be more consistent. I am happy because we have improved a lot in a short time, but as I said, we need more time to fully understand the bike. Completing an entire race has helped me to understand the behaviour of the bike and the tyre wear, which are completely different to what I am used to with other bikes. Taking a further step in the learning process has helped me to gain confidence. Although I hope Nicky recovers as soon as possible, if I had the opportunity to also ride for the Drive M7 team at Silverstone it would be like a dream come true. It’s a circuit I love, I know it well, and I am convinced that I could take another big step forward there.”

Moto2 rider quotes

Tito Rabat, Marc VDS Racing Team: race winner
“I’m very happy to be back on the top step of the podium here in Brno. I think together me and the team have done a good job, finding a solution to every problem encountered and improving the bike in every session. The win today was also an important one for me, as the last three races didn’t really go in my favour, so it’s good to get back to winning again. Now I will enjoy today, but tomorrow we start to work again so that we’re ready for the next race at Silverstone.”

Mika Kallio, Marc VDS Racing Team: 2nd
“The day didn’t start so well with the crash in warm-up, but we then decided to gamble on going back to last year’s settings on the front, which is something we hadn’t tried this weekend. I could tell immediately on the warm-up lap that it was the right decision, as the feeling with the front that is so important for me was much better. I knew Tito was going to attack from the start, so I pushed hard to get into a position to chase him, but he’d already pulled out a gap at the front by the time I was through into second. I tried to close the gap but it was pretty obvious that, barring a mistake, I wasn’t going to catch him. At half race distance I decided to play it safe and take the all-important points for second and, given the issues this weekend, I think we can be satisfied with that.”

Sandro Cortese, Dynavolt Intact GP: 3rd
“I cannot describe the feeling. After such a long time to be back on the podium, that is just great; especially after the difficult period that lies behind us – after the heavy crash in Qatar. This weekend and also over the summer break and in Indy we have worked very hard. A big thanks to the team, they really had a lot of patience. We got through the whole thing and the podium is ours together. It’s impossible to describe how relieved I am. The race was extremely hard work. I was riding alone the whole time, with no time to rest. In the group, the race passes by much faster. But we worked for it and we had a good basic set-up. It was fun!”

Honda Moto3 rider quotes

Alexis Masbou, Ongetta-Rivacold: race winner
“I felt very good on the bike in today’s race. We had a problem with the front end during the early part of the weekend but we worked hard and improved that a lot. The main thing is that we were always fast on every day. In the race my bike was very fast so I could pass riders on the straight and I was also very strong on the brakes – this is a good way to fight at the front!”

Alex Marquez, Estrella Galicia 0,0: 4th
“I’m a little disappointed with fourth place, but I think that this is racing in Moto3. You can be up at the front all weekend and then on Sunday, with a slipstream, a rider who has been slower in every practice session takes the lead. It is what I did last year when I went to a new circuit; the racing is a little crazy when this happens. I was well placed in the group until the last climb, when I think I got too close to Miller and I didn’t get into his slipstream well, but in the end we saved it at the finish line by passing Miller and getting two more points than him. We have to keep taking points off him gradually and risking like we did today. I was pushing the whole race and trying to reduce the group, though it was not possible.”

Efren Vazquez, SaxoPrint-RTG: 8th
“This has been the most difficult weekend we’ve had all season. We tried to find a solution in practice but we always have problems here. There are a lot of long corners here, through which you need to maintain a high corner speed and that doesn’t really suit our set-up. The race was a bit crazy, so considering all the circumstances, I think we did okay, especially as we are third in the championship and only one point behind the rider in second.”


RACE: (22 laps = 118.866 Km)
1 / Dani PEDROSA / SPA / Repsol Honda Team / HONDA / 42'47.800 / 166.6 /
2 / Jorge LORENZO / SPA / Movistar Yamaha MotoGP / YAMAHA / 42'48.210 / 166.6 / 0.410
3 / Valentino ROSSI / ITA / Movistar Yamaha MotoGP / YAMAHA / 42'53.059 / 166.3 / 5.259
4 / Marc MARQUEZ / SPA / Repsol Honda Team / HONDA / 42'58.254 / 165.9 / 10.454
5 / Andrea IANNONE / ITA / Pramac Racing / DUCATI / 43'05.439 / 165.5 / 17.639
6 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / ITA / Ducati Team / DUCATI / 43'05.634 / 165.4 / 17.834
7 / Stefan BRADL / GER / LCR Honda MotoGP / HONDA / 43'11.619 / 165.1 / 23.819
8 / Aleix ESPARGARO / SPA / NGM Forward Racing / FORWARD YAMAHA / 43'17.421 / 164.7 / 29.621
9 / Bradley SMITH / GBR / Monster Yamaha Tech 3 / YAMAHA / 43'18.164 / 164.6 / 30.364
10 / Alvaro BAUTISTA / SPA / GO&FUN Honda Gresini / HONDA / 43'25.439 / 164.2 / 37.639
11 / Scott REDDING / GBR / GO&FUN Honda Gresini / HONDA / 43'43.404 / 163.1 / 55.604
12 / Michele PIRRO / ITA / Ducati Team / DUCATI / 43'44.527 / 163.0 / 56.727
13 / Hiroshi AOYAMA / JPN / Drive M7 Aspar / HONDA / 43'44.708 / 163.0 / 56.908
14 / Karel ABRAHAM / CZE / Cardion AB Motoracing / HONDA / 43'51.935 / 162.5 / 1'04.135
15 / Leon CAMIER / GBR / Drive M7 Aspar / HONDA / 43'52.702 / 162.5 / 1'04.902
16 / Alex DE ANGELIS / RSM / NGM Forward Racing / FORWARD YAMAHA / 44'08.466 / 161.5 / 1'20.666
17 / Hector BARBERA / SPA / Avintia Racing / AVINTIA / 44'12.082 / 161.3 / 1'24.282
18 / Mike DI MEGLIO / FRA / Avintia Racing / AVINTIA / 44'15.236 / 161.1 / 1'27.436
19 / Broc PARKES / AUS / Paul Bird Motorsport / PBM / 44'26.667 / 160.4 / 1'38.867

Pole Position: Marc MARQUEZ 1'55.585 168.2 Km/h
Fastest Lap (New record): Dani PEDROSA 1'56.027 167.6 Km/h Lap 4
Old Circuit Record Lap: Marc MARQUEZ 1'56.135 167.4 Km/h 2013
Circuit Best Lap: Cal CRUTCHLOW 1'55.527 168.3 Km/h 2013

1 MARQUEZ 263, 2 PEDROSA 186, 3 ROSSI 173, 4 LORENZO 137,
9 BRADL 65, 10 SMITH 65, 11 BAUTISTA 56, 12 REDDING 45, 13 AOYAMA 37,
14 CRUTCHLOW 36, 15 HAYDEN 29, 16 HERNANDEZ 27, 17 ABRAHAM 25,
18 EDWARDS 11, 19 PIRRO 11, 20 PARKES 7.

RACE: (20 laps = 108.06 Km)
1 / Esteve RABAT / SPA / Marc VDS Racing Team / KALEX / 41'05.058 / 157.8 /
2 / Mika KALLIO / FIN / Marc VDS Racing Team / KALEX / 41'08.332 / 157.6 / 3.274
3 / Sandro CORTESE / GER / Dynavolt Intact GP / KALEX / 41'11.285 / 157.4 / 6.227
4 / Thomas LUTHI / SWI / Interwetten Paddock Moto2 / SUTER / 41'13.141 / 157.2 / 8.083
5 / Dominique AEGERTER / SWI / Technomag carXpert / SUTER / 41'13.203 / 157.2 / 8.145
6 / Maverick VIÑALES / SPA / Paginas Amarillas HP 40 / KALEX / 41'14.450 / 157.2 / 9.392
7 / Julian SIMON / SPA / Italtrans Racing Team / KALEX / 41'15.727 / 157.1 / 10.669
8 / Franco MORBIDELLI / ITA / Italtrans Racing Team / KALEX / 41'19.619 / 156.8 / 14.561
9 / Johann ZARCO / FRA / AirAsia Caterham / CATERHAM SUTER / 41'20.300 / 156.8 / 15.242
10 / Marcel SCHROTTER / GER / Tech 3 / TECH 3 / 41'22.228 / 156.7 / 17.17
11 / Axel PONS / SPA / AGR Team / KALEX / 41'26.386 / 156.4 / 21.328
12 / Simone CORSI / ITA / NGM Forward Racing / KALEX / 41'26.592 / 156.4 / 21.534
13 / Hafizh SYAHRIN / MAL / Petronas Raceline Malaysia / KALEX / 41'26.744 / 156.4 / 21.686
14 / Xavier SIMEON / BEL / Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 / SUTER / 41'27.043 / 156.4 / 21.985
15 / Jonas FOLGER / GER / AGR Team / KALEX / 41'27.202 / 156.4 / 22.144
16 / Louis ROSSI / FRA / SAG Team / KALEX / 41'28.646 / 156.3 / 23.588
17 / Mattia PASINI / ITA / NGM Forward Racing / KALEX / 41'28.923 / 156.2 / 23.865
18 / Jordi TORRES / SPA / Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2 / SUTER / 41'29.018 / 156.2 / 23.96
19 / Takaaki NAKAGAMI / JPN / IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia / KALEX / 41'30.425 / 156.2 / 25.367
20 / Ricard CARDUS / SPA / Tech 3 / TECH 3 / 41'30.777 / 156.1 / 25.719

Pole Position: Esteve RABAT 2'01.911 159.5 Km/h
Fastest Lap (New record): Esteve RABAT 2'02.383 158.9 Km/h Lap 5
Old Circuit Record Lap: Johann ZARCO 2'02.605 158.6 Km/h 2013
Circuit Best Lap: Esteve RABAT 2'01.911 159.5 Km/h 2014

1 RABAT 208, 2 KALLIO 196, 3 VIÑALES 150, 4 AEGERTER 123, 5 CORSI 100,
6 LUTHI 81, 7 WEST 65, 8 SALOM 62, 9 ZARCO 59, 10 CORTESE 58, 11 FOLGER 48,
12 SCHROTTER 44, 13 SIMEON 39, 14 DE ANGELIS 37, 15 LOWES 33,
16 MORBIDELLI 33, 17 CARDUS 28, 18 TORRES 27, 19 SIMON 24, 20 PASINI 22.

RACE: (19 laps = 102.657 Km)
1 / Alexis MASBOU / FRA / Ongetta-Rivacold / HONDA / 40'59.759 / 150.2 /
2 / Enea BASTIANINI / ITA / Junior Team GO&FUN Moto3 / KTM / 40'59.916 / 150.2 / 0.157
3 / Danny KENT / GBR / Red Bull Husqvarna Ajo / HUSQVARNA / 40'59.946 / 150.2 / 0.187
4 / Alex MARQUEZ / SPA / Estrella Galicia 0,0 / HONDA / 40'59.959 / 150.2 / 0.200
5 / Jack MILLER / AUS / Red Bull KTM Ajo / KTM / 40'59.976 / 150.2 / 0.217
6 / Brad BINDER / RSA / Ambrogio Racing / MAHINDRA / 41'00.069 / 150.2 / 0.310
7 / Miguel OLIVEIRA / POR / Mahindra Racing / MAHINDRA / 41'00.229 / 150.2 / 0.470
8 / Efren VAZQUEZ / SPA / SaxoPrint-RTG / HONDA / 41'00.308 / 150.2 / 0.549
9 / Alex RINS / SPA / Estrella Galicia 0,0 / HONDA / 41'00.669 / 150.1 / 0.910
10 / Isaac VIÑALES / SPA / Calvo Team / KTM / 41'00.768 / 150.1 / 1.009
11 / Romano FENATI / ITA / SKY Racing Team VR46 / KTM / 41'00.801 / 150.1 / 1.042
12 / Niklas AJO / FIN / Avant Tecno Husqvarna Ajo / HUSQVARNA / 41'00.820 / 150.1 / 1.061
13 / Niccolò ANTONELLI / ITA / Junior Team GO&FUN Moto3 / KTM / 41'00.950 / 150.1 / 1.191
14 / Jakub KORNFEIL / CZE / Calvo Team / KTM / 41'01.568 / 150.1 / 1.809
15 / Karel HANIKA / CZE / Red Bull KTM Ajo / KTM / 41'01.597 / 150.1 / 1.838
16 / Juanfran GUEVARA / SPA / Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3 / KALEX KTM / 41'01.703 / 150.1 / 1.944
17 / Francesco BAGNAIA / ITA / SKY Racing Team VR46 / KTM / 41'12.523 / 149.4 / 12.764
18 / Jules DANILO / FRA / Ambrogio Racing / MAHINDRA / 41'14.518 / 149.3 / 14.759
19 / Scott DEROUE / NED / RW Racing GP / KALEX KTM / 41'14.938 / 149.3 / 15.179
20 / Matteo FERRARI / ITA / San Carlo Team Italia / MAHINDRA / 41'14.952 / 149.3 / 15.193

Pole Position: Alex MARQUEZ 2'07.691 152.3 Km/h
Fastest Lap (New record): Romano FENATI 2'08.064 151.8 Km/h Lap 3
Old Circuit Record Lap: Luis SALOM 2'08.307 151.5 Km/h 2013
Circuit Best Lap: Alex RINS 2'07.622 152.4 Km/h 2013

1 MILLER 169, 2 MARQUEZ 146, 3 VAZQUEZ 145, 4 FENATI 135, 5 RINS 125,
11 KENT 66, 12 KORNFEIL 56, 13 MCPHEE 45, 14 BAGNAIA 42, 15 AJO 39,
16 GUEVARA 31, 17 ANTONELLI 21, 18 HANIKA 20, 19 LOI 17, 20 TONUCCI 15.


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