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Results British Grand Prix, Silverstone
Posted by: newsla on Sep 01, 2014 - 06:20 AM
MotoGP
Results British Grand Prix, Silverstone


Weather: Dry
Temperature: Air 18 degrees C / Track 29 degrees C

MARQUEZ BACK ON TOP AT SUNNY SILVERSTONE


Honda’s defending World Champion Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda RC213V) was back to his winning ways after a brief interruption at Brno, taking his eleventh victory in 12 races after a hard-fought race-long duel with long-time race leader Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha).

 

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Marquez and the lead Yamaha rider kept a sun-soaked crowd of 67,500 on tenterhooks over the last five laps of the 20-lap MotoGP race round the fast and sprawling airfield circuit – at 5.9-km the longest lap of the year.

They changed places several times, but the decisive move came on lap 17, when a typically fierce attack from Marquez forced Lorenzo to lift mid-corner, and gave the 21-year-old defending champion enough breathing space to win by 0.732 of a second.

Second factory Repsol Honda RC213V rider Dani Pedrosa was less than ten seconds behind, engaged in another long and fierce battle for the last podium position. His rivals were Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) and Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati).

Pedrosa, who won the last round in the Czech Republic, managed to get back ahead of Dovizioso on the final lap, but his attempts at doing the same to Rossi failed by less than a tenth of a second.

Hondas triumphed also in the other two MotoGP classes, adding a hard-fought Moto3 win to the assured victory in the all-Honda Moto2 class.

Marquez’s win put the Spanish rider from the countryside west of Barcelona right back on target for an early dominant second championship in succession, increasing his points lead over second-placed Pedrosa to 89 points, with six races remaining.

He had won every one of the first ten races, but slipped to an out-of-character fourth at Brno when he ran into grip issues. Marquez started the British race from pole position, his tenth of the season. This was the former 125cc and Moto2 World Champion’s second Silverstone win, having previously enjoyed victory in 2010 in the 125cc class, and the 17th premier-class victory from 30 starts in his short career. He also claimed fastest lap, not quite four hundredths of a second short of team-mate Pedrosa’s 2013 lap record.

Although Pedrosa narrowly missed joining his compatriot on the podium, his close fourth place won important points in his own championship quest, losing only three points to nearest rival Rossi, who is still ten points behind.

Pedrosa started from the second row of the grid, and had to battle his way to try to close on the leaders after finishing the first lap sixth. He was engaged with Rossi and Dovizioso for most of the race. The former 125cc and double 250cc World Champion has claimed eight rostrum finishes this year, and never been lower than fifth.

Two more riders campaign the awesomely successful Honda RC213V in satellite teams, with former Moto2 champion Stefan Bradl (LCR Honda RC213V) finishing seventh after a strong race and fierce battle for the top-ten slots.

Former 125cc champion Alvaro Bautista (GO&FUN Gresini Honda RC213V) had been in the same battle, and was fighting for places with Bradl when he slid off with just two laps to go.

Scott Redding (GO&FUN Gresini Honda RCV1000R) rides one of four new production-racer Honda RCV1000R machines, and once again was significantly the best of them in a strong home race, finishing tenth.

Two more of the close replicas of the factory machine finished in the points. Czech racer Karel Abraham (Cardion AB Motoracing Honda RCV1000R) was 13th after a lonely race, and former 250cc world champion Hiroshi Aoyama (Drive M7 Aspar Honda RCV1000R) one place lower.

The fourth RCV1000R was ridden for a third race by British former 125cc GP and World Superbike racer Leon Camier, taking the place of the recuperating Nicky Hayden on the second Drive M7 Aspar Honda RCV1000R. Camier impressed again, finishing 16th, one place out of the points.

The Moto2 class is exclusively powered by Honda, with identical race-tuned Honda CBR600 engines supplied by the organisers. The aim is to ensure reliable and closely matched racing, and the class delivered just that at Silverstone, with a thrilling three-way battle for the win, with the first three past the chequered flag in 0.203 of a second.

Victory, his sixth of the year and second in a row, went to Marc VDS Racing Team Kalex rider Tito Rabat, over his team-mate and title rival Mika Kallio. Three-race winner Kallio is also the Spaniard’s closest title rival, but the points gap extended to 17 after his narrow defeat.

Kallio had looked set for a runaway win having built a lead of 1.5 seconds over the rest of the field, but Rabat closed remorselessly, setting fastest lap, to lead for the first time halfway round the 17th of 18 laps. The pair changed places frequently from there to the flag, with Kallio ahead over the line every time except the last.

Class rookie and one-race winner Maverick Vinales (Paginas Amarillas HP 40 Kalex) was poised to take advantage of any slip, and crossed the line inches behind. The reigning Moto3 champion is also a strong third overall in the championship standings.

The race brought early misfortune to the next man in the title chase, when Dominique Aegerter (Technomag carXpert Suter) fell on lap one after contact with Vinales.

Aegerter’s misfortune brought a return to the top four, after three races away, for pole qualifier Johann Zarco (AirAsia Caterham Caterham-Suter). The French star led several times in the early stages, and remained a key player in what was still an eight-bike pack at the halfway stage, finally finishing a relatively lonely fourth.

Five seconds behind, veteran former 125 champion Thomas Luthi (Interwetten Paddock Moto2 Suter) escaped from the clutches of rookie Franco Morbidelli (Italtrans Racing Team Kalex) for a safe fifth; Morbidelli narrowly clung on to sixth ahead of the closing grand prix rookie Sam Lowes (Speed Up Speed Up).

Malaysian Hafizh Syahrin (Petronas Raceline Malaysia Kalex) prevailed over a five-strong battle for eighth, with Mattia Pasini (NGM Forward Racing Kalex) and Axel Pons (AGR Team Kalex) completing the top ten.

In Moto3, Honda faces rival manufacturers. Unusually the last rather than the first race of the day, the smallest class served up a gripping finale, as a four-strong lead group finally broke free from a brawling pack of 17.

The quartet crossed the line within 0.123 of a second, and the Hondas were in command when it mattered, with Alex Rins (Estrella Galicia 0,0 Honda) taking his first win of the season, and his Estrella Galicia 0,0 team-mate Alex Marquez crossing the line almost alongside. Enea Bastianini (KTM) was third; Miguel Oliveira (Mahindra) fourth.

Brno GP winner Alexis Masbou (Ongetta-Rivacold Honda) was eighth, in the thick of the chase group. SaxoPrint-RTG rider John McPhee was just over a tenth of a second down, but three places lower, in 11th. Zulfahmi Khairuddin (Ongetta-AirAsia Honda) was 18th.

Indianapolis GP winner and title contender Efren Vazquez (SaxoPrint-RTG Honda) was out of luck, however. On only the first of 17 laps another rider slowed unexpectedly in front of him and he was unable to avoid crashing into him. His machine was too badly damaged to continue.

Marquez closed up on points leader Jack Miller (KTM), sixth today, and now is within 13 points of the Australian; winner Rins overtook Vazquez for third overall.

The next race is the San Marino and Rimini Riviera GP at Misano in a fortnight, as the end of the main European leg of the season draws closer.

Honda MotoGP rider quotes

Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda: 1st
“I’m very happy with this win! I expected the race to be slightly different, given what happened in practice yesterday, but today with higher temperatures it seems that both Jorge and Valentino took a step forward. Above all, Jorge, because he had a great pace and we were fighting right to the end. It was important to win today, after missing out at Brno. I also had a score to settle from last year, when Jorge beat me on the final corner, so I am happy to be back on the top step of the podium,”

Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda: 4th
“Today’s race wasn’t easy. I had a bad start and on the opening laps I lost a little ground on the frontrunners, although to be honest I didn’t have the same pace as the leaders afterwards either. However, we fought with Valentino and Andrea and in the end we gained a place on the final lap. It hasn’t been our best weekend, but we will try to be back up at the front again at the next Grand Prix.”

Stefan Bradl, LCR Honda MotoGP: 7th
“Overall it’s not a bad result for us. I took a good start from the third row but in the beginning of the race I made a big mistake and dropped to 13th place. After that I did my best to repair the situation trying to get closer to the guys in front of me. I could catch them but suddenly Smith had a technical issue and I got stuck behind him. Once again I had to regain my pace but in the last laps I passed Iannone and Bautista (who crashed with two laps to go) and managed to finish seventh. We missed some rear grip since the first part of the race so we will work on this point before Misano.”

Scott Redding, GO&FUN Honda Gresini: 10th
“I’m happy, even though at the beginning, with the full tank, I was struggling to stop and turn the bike; this is how the couple of guys in front of me went away a little bit in the early laps, but then I managed to keep Crutchlow and the other Open Hondas behind me, which was the main target. Towards the end of the race I was able to go faster, I got a good rhythm and I caught Hernandez, beating him on the finish line by 1.2 seconds. I’m happy also because I came back as top Brit under the chequered flag in my home race: I know that Smith had a problem, but for me was nice to beat Cal.”

Karel Abraham, Cardion AB Motoracing Honda: 13th
“This wasn´t a bad race, but it would be much better if I hadn´t lost so much in the first three laps. I was running practically the same lap times as Cal Crutchlow and Scott Redding, but I couldn´t close the gap they made at the beginning of the race. On the other side the good news is that the gap behind me was also wide. This allowed me to finish the race without any risk.”

Hiroshi Aoyama, Drive M7 Aspar Honda: 14th
“I had a good feeling in the warm-up this morning and I was really hopeful of a strong comeback in the race but my feeling with the tyres just wasn’t the same, possibly because of the change in temperature. I was struggling in corner exit, the bike was moving around a lot and I couldn’t hold my corner speed. I tried to manage the tyres but the lap times were slower than we were hoping for and I also made a couple of mistakes in the first half of the race that cost me the odd position. I tried to keep my concentration after that to finish as high up as I could. I want to thank the mechanics for their relentless hard work, thanks to which I am feeling comfortable on this bike.”

Leon Camier, Drive M7 Aspar Honda: 16th
“It’s a bit of a strange feeling after this race because I think we could have done more. Something weird was happening with the brakes after the first few laps and I couldn’t get the bike stopped how I wanted. Nothing had changed from the rest of the weekend but the feeling wasn’t the same. I noticed something on the warm-up lap and almost ran off track. Despite all that I got a decent start and passed some riders but with this strange feeling on the brakes I had to ride differently and that cost me some positions. I had less confidence with the bike than I had yesterday, it was sliding a lot on the rear and I couldn’t show my best today, which was disappointing. I guess these things are down to experience and obviously we need more time to get used to this bike and this championship.”

Alvaro Bautista, GO&FUN Honda Gresini: DNF
“Today during the warm up we tried some changes on the bike that allowed me to ride with more confidence and feel more comfortable, thus I was able to get a good rhythm in the race. I recovered some positions and I was fighting for seventh when unfortunately with less than two laps to go I lost the front and I crashed, but I really don’t know why. I was not forcing, I knew I couldn’t reach Pol Espargaro in front of me; my target was simply to finish the race without risk. Physically I’m fine, though the morale is not the best: we’re not having a good time, it’s clear. When you work hard and things are not going well it’s hard, but we try to maintain a positive attitude.”

Moto2 Rider quotes

Tito Rabat, Marc VDS Racing Team: 1st
“The start was normal; the first laps were neither good nor bad, but once the fuel load started to reduce then I was able to push more and more. It put me into a good fight with Folger, Vinales, Zarco and, eventually, Mika who I managed to get the better of on the last lap. I’m happy because here I wasn’t the fastest on track, because the other riders had better settings than us today. The team and me put in everything, we took all the risk and it paid off. It makes today’s win even more special.”

Mika Kallio, Marc VDS Racing Team: 2nd
“The race was a little bit how we expected today. I pushed hard from the start to try and pull away at the front, even though it’s not easy to do here at Silverstone. I managed to build up a lead of around 1.5s by the halfway point, which wasn’t too bad, but I knew that Tito would be fast at the end, like always. He dropped his lap time and started to close, so I started to push again, but I wasn’t able to improve my time. At this track, once you are close enough for the slipstream, it gives you around 0.5s and you can close a gap very quickly. I knew it was going to be a tough fight, and it was, but obviously I’m not happy with second. There’s a long way to go in the championship yet, so I’m not overly concerned about the points gap, but after today I know I maybe need to be more aggressive with Tito in the future, especially when it comes down to the two of us at the end of a race.”

Maverick Vinales, Paginas Amarillas HP 40 Team: 3rd
“For sure I thought I could win this race. I felt I was fast enough and that I was more smooth than the other two. But this is a race, and in the end, they gave me no room. It sometimes happens this way.”

Honda Moto3 Rider quotes

Alex Rins, Estrella Galicia 0,0 Team: 1st
“I am very happy to have taken this win. Today everything worked out well for us – the last three corners were perfect – although it was very difficult to follow a strategy when part of a four-rider group fighting hard to win. I think that both my teammate, Alex Marquez, and I had planned to push hard from the start to make it a small group, but we had both Bastianini and Antonelli making things difficult at the beginning. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed the race and it went by very quickly. This victory is undoubtedly down to teamwork and the support of Honda.”

Alex Marquez, Estrella Galicia 0,0 Team, 2nd
“I’m happy with this result because I think we had a very good race, fighting for the win from the beginning. I tried reducing the lead group by setting a strong pace, but it was really hard to break away with all the slipstreaming. By mid-race we had broken away and were in a group of four, and that gave us a little more tranquility for the end of the race. I tried for the win until the last corner and maybe I lacked a bit of aggression, but I think we rode a very good race. The most important thing is to keep on cutting points to the leader; we are just 13 points behind now.”

Alexis Masbou, Ongetta Rivacold Honda: 8th
“A very bad race for me. All weekend we had problem with rear grip, and especially at one point of the track. In the race, at this point, I lost one position every lap; and if I want to come back I had to try and pass two riders at other points on the circuit. It was very difficult, but okay, we got some points. Not enough, but some points.”

RESULTS

MOTOGP
RACE: (20 laps = 118 Km)
POS / RIDER / NAT. / TEAM / MOTORCYCLE / TIME / KM/H / GAP
1 / Marc MARQUEZ / SPA / Repsol Honda Team / HONDA / 40'51.835 / 173.2 /
2 / Jorge LORENZO / SPA / Movistar Yamaha MotoGP / YAMAHA / 40'52.567 / 173.2 / 0.732
3 / Valentino ROSSI / ITA / Movistar Yamaha MotoGP / YAMAHA / 41'00.354 / 172.6 / 8.519
4 / Dani PEDROSA / SPA / Repsol Honda Team / HONDA / 41'00.529 / 172.6 / 8.694
5 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / ITA / Ducati Team / DUCATI / 41'01.073 / 172.6 / 9.238
6 / Pol ESPARGARO / SPA / Monster Yamaha Tech 3 / YAMAHA / 41'16.581 / 171.5 / 24.746
7 / Stefan BRADL / GER / LCR Honda MotoGP / HONDA / 41'18.552 / 171.3 / 26.717
8 / Andrea IANNONE / ITA / Pramac Racing / DUCATI / 41'18.745 / 171.3 / 26.910
9 / Aleix ESPARGARO / SPA / NGM Forward Racing / FORWARD YAMAHA / 41'25.290 / 170.9 / 33.455
10 / Scott REDDING / GBR / GO&FUN Honda Gresini / HONDA / 41'30.929 / 170.5 / 39.094
11 / Yonny HERNANDEZ / COL / Energy T.I. Pramac Racing / DUCATI / 41'32.090 / 170.4 / 40.255
12 / Cal CRUTCHLOW / GBR / Ducati Team / DUCATI / 41'34.862 / 170.2 / 43.027
13 / Karel ABRAHAM / CZE / Cardion AB Motoracing / HONDA / 41'44.080 / 169.6 / 52.245
14 / Hiroshi AOYAMA / JPN / Drive M7 Aspar / HONDA / 41'50.816 / 169.1 / 58.981
15 / Alex DE ANGELIS / RSM / NGM Forward Racing / FORWARD YAMAHA / 41'50.999 / 169.1 / 59.164
16 / Leon CAMIER / GBR / Drive M7 Aspar / HONDA / 41'57.515 / 168.7 / 1'05.680
17 / Michael LAVERTY / GBR / Paul Bird Motorsport / PBM / 42'02.774 / 168.3 / 1'10.939
18 / Danilo PETRUCCI / ITA / Octo IodaRacing Team / ART / 42'08.669 / 167.9 / 1'16.834
19 / Hector BARBERA / SPA / Avintia Racing / AVINTIA / 42'08.739 / 167.9 / 1'16.904
20 / Mike DI MEGLIO / FRA / Avintia Racing / AVINTIA / 42'26.774 / 166.7 / 1'34.939

Pole Position: Marc MARQUEZ 2'00.829 175.7 Km/h
Fastest Lap: Marc MARQUEZ 2'01.980 174.1 Km/h Lap 13
Circuit Record Lap: Dani PEDROSA 2'01.941 174.1 Km/h 2013
Circuit Best Lap: Marc MARQUEZ 2'00.691 175.9 Km/h 2013

CHAMPIONSHIP POSITIONS TILL DATE:
1 MARQUEZ 288, 2 PEDROSA 199, 3 ROSSI 189, 4 LORENZO 157,
5 DOVIZIOSO 129, 6 ESPARGARO, A 92, 7 ESPARGARO, P 88, 8 IANNONE 81,
9 BRADL 74, 10 SMITH 65, 11 BAUTISTA 56, 12 REDDING 51, 13 CRUTCHLOW 40,
14 AOYAMA 39, 15 HERNANDEZ 32, 16 HAYDEN 29, 17 ABRAHAM 28,
18 EDWARDS 11, 19 PIRRO 11, 20 PARKES 7.

MOTO2
RACE: (18 laps = 106.2 Km)
POS / RIDER / NAT. / TEAM / MOTORCYCLE / TIME / KM/H / GAP
1 / Esteve RABAT / SPA / Marc VDS Racing Team / KALEX / 38'29.795 / 165.5 /
2 / Mika KALLIO / FIN / Marc VDS Racing Team / KALEX / 38'29.858 / 165.5 / 0.063
3 / Maverick VIÑALES / SPA / Paginas Amarillas HP 40 / KALEX / 38'29.998 / 165.5 / 0.203
4 / Johann ZARCO / FRA / AirAsia Caterham / CATERHAM SUTER / 38'32.569 / 165.3 / 2.774
5 / Thomas LUTHI / SWI / Interwetten Paddock Moto2 / SUTER / 38'37.824 / 164.9 / 8.029
6 / Franco MORBIDELLI / ITA / Italtrans Racing Team / KALEX / 38'40.324 / 164.7 / 10.529
7 / Sam LOWES / GBR / Speed Up / SPEED UP / 38'40.359 / 164.7 / 10.564
8 / Hafizh SYAHRIN / MAL / Petronas Raceline Malaysia / KALEX / 38'47.508 / 164.2 / 17.713
9 / Mattia PASINI / ITA / NGM Forward Racing / KALEX / 38'47.597 / 164.2 / 17.802
10 / Axel PONS / SPA / AGR Team / KALEX / 38'47.830 / 164.2 / 18.035
11 / Jordi TORRES / SPA / Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2 / SUTER / 38'47.893 / 164.2 / 18.098
12 / Julian SIMON / SPA / Italtrans Racing Team / KALEX / 38'48.085 / 164.2 / 18.290
13 / Randy KRUMMENACHER / SWI / Octo IodaRacing Team / SUTER / 38'48.615 / 164.1 / 18.820
14 / Marcel SCHROTTER / GER / Tech 3 / TECH 3 / 38'49.346 / 164.1 / 19.551
15 / Takaaki NAKAGAMI / JPN / IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia / KALEX / 38'50.665 / 164.0 / 20.870
16 / Ricard CARDUS / SPA / Tech 3 / TECH 3 / 38'51.115 / 164.0 / 21.320
17 / Louis ROSSI / FRA / SAG Team / KALEX / 38'52.492 / 163.9 / 22.697
18 / Sandro CORTESE / GER / Dynavolt Intact GP / KALEX / 38'59.637 / 163.4 / 29.842
19 / Luis SALOM / SPA / Paginas Amarillas HP 40 / KALEX / 39'03.282 / 163.1 / 33.487
20 / Gino REA / GBR / AGT REA Racing / SUTER / 39'03.587 / 163.1 / 33.792

Pole Position: Johann ZARCO 2'07.094 167.1 Km/h
Fastest Lap: Esteve RABAT 2'07.253 166.9 Km/h Lap 15
Circuit Record Lap: Esteve RABAT 2'07.186 166.9 Km/h 2013
Circuit Best Lap: Takaaki NAKAGAMI 2'07.039 167.1 Km/h 2013

CHAMPIONSHIP POSITIONS TILL DATE:
1 RABAT 233, 2 KALLIO 216, 3 VIÑALES 166, 4 AEGERTER 123, 5 CORSI 100,
6 LUTHI 92, 7 ZARCO 72, 8 WEST 65, 9 SALOM 62, 10 CORTESE 58,
11 FOLGER 48, 12 SCHROTTER 46, 13 MORBIDELLI 43, 14 LOWES 42,
15 SIMEON 39, 16 DE ANGELIS 37, 17 TORRES 32, 18 PASINI 29, 19 SYAHRIN 29,
20 SIMON 28.

MOTO3
RACE: (17 laps = 100.3 Km)
POS / RIDER / NAT. / TEAM / MOTORCYCLE / TIME / KM/H / GAP
1 / Alex RINS / SPA / Estrella Galicia 0,0 / HONDA / 38'11.330 / 157.5 /
2 / Alex MARQUEZ / SPA / Estrella Galicia 0,0 / HONDA / 38'11.341 / 157.5 / 0.011
3 / Enea BASTIANINI / ITA / Junior Team GO&FUN Moto3 / KTM / 38'11.402 / 157.5 / 0.072
4 / Miguel OLIVEIRA / POR / Mahindra Racing / MAHINDRA / 38'11.453 / 157.5 / 0.123
5 / Jakub KORNFEIL / CZE / Calvo Team / KTM / 38'15.930 / 157.2 / 4.600
6 / Jack MILLER / AUS / Red Bull KTM Ajo / KTM / 38'16.031 / 157.2 / 4.701
7 / Niccolò ANTONELLI / ITA / Junior Team GO&FUN Moto3 / KTM / 38'16.097 / 157.2 / 4.767
8 / Alexis MASBOU / FRA / Ongetta-Rivacold / HONDA / 38'16.923 / 157.2 / 5.593
9 / Danny KENT / GBR / Red Bull Husqvarna Ajo / HUSQVARNA / 38'16.989 / 157.1 / 5.659
10 / Niklas AJO / FIN / Avant Tecno Husqvarna Ajo / HUSQVARNA / 38'17.001 / 157.1 / 5.671
11 / John MCPHEE / GBR / SaxoPrint-RTG / HONDA / 38'17.079 / 157.1 / 5.749
12 / Karel HANIKA / CZE / Red Bull KTM Ajo / KTM / 38'17.270 / 157.1 / 5.940
13 / Isaac VIÑALES / SPA / Calvo Team / KTM / 38'17.352 / 157.1 / 6.022
14 / Juanfran GUEVARA / SPA / Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3 / KALEX KTM / 38'17.534 / 157.1 / 6.204
15 / Brad BINDER / RSA / Ambrogio Racing / MAHINDRA / 38'17.656 / 157.1 / 6.326
16 / Romano FENATI / ITA / SKY Racing Team VR46 / KTM / 38'17.819 / 157.1 / 6.489
17 / Philipp OETTL / GER / Interwetten Paddock Moto3 / KALEX KTM / 38'38.493 / 155.7 / 27.163
18 / Zulfahmi KHAIRUDDIN / MAL / Ongetta-AirAsia / HONDA / 38'39.156 / 155.6 / 27.826
19 / Andrea LOCATELLI / ITA / San Carlo Team Italia / MAHINDRA / 38'39.656 / 155.6 / 28.326
20 / Hafiq AZMI / MAL / SIC-AJO / KTM / 38'39.704 / 155.6 / 28.374

Pole Position: Alex RINS 2'13.112 159.5 Km/h
Fastest Lap (New record): Jakub KORNFEIL 2'13.664 158.9 Km/h Lap 5
Old Circuit Record Lap: Alex RINS 2'14.093 158.3 Km/h 2013
Circuit Best Lap: Alex RINS 2'13.112 159.5 Km/h 2014

CHAMPIONSHIP POSITIONS TILL DATE:
1 MILLER 179, 2 MARQUEZ 166, 3 RINS 150, 4 VAZQUEZ 145, 5 FENATI 135,
6 MASBOU 125, 7 VIÑALES 99, 8 BASTIANINI 87, 9 OLIVEIRA 84, 10 KENT 73,
11 BINDER 67, 12 KORNFEIL 67, 13 MCPHEE 50, 14 AJO 45, 15 BAGNAIA 42,
16 GUEVARA 33, 17 ANTONELLI 30, 18 HANIKA 24, 19 LOI 17, 20 TONUCCI 15.

NEXT EVENT: ROUND13, SEPT14, SAN MARINO, RIMINI

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