MotoGP » Jerez II Moto2 test times - Wednesday


Best lap times from the second day of the final 2014 Moto2 pre-season test, at Jerez.

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Horsemen46

March 12, 2014 4:13 PM

Really surprised (especially considering what his team mate is showing the bike can do) it's taking Josh Herrin this long to get within a 1 sec gap from the front. In Moto2 there's gonna be 10 guys within a second and if you're not one of them... Well it's gonna be a long, story-less season. The AMA may have fallen apart but he's still a great talent. I'm just waiting for an American to breakthrough in a GP support class for once...

bug1050

March 12, 2014 6:11 PM
Last Edited 288 days ago

@DM52

Just another day for a GP racer!
He is looking really good on the time sheets.
To be in the top 10 of moto2 is something that does not come easy, especially in your "rookie" year.

Hope he gets another shot at it tomorrow...

tannercortes

March 12, 2014 6:41 PM

As an American, I hope Josh Herrin finds his way. I'm sure its a steep learning curve, even for a solid rider like Josh. Another American worth keeping tabs on is P.J. Jacobsen, riding in World Supersport for Intermoto Ponyexpres Kawasaki team on one of its ZX-6Rs. Even though PJ DNF'd mechanically in the 1st race, was setting some awesome times in qualifying.

DamZen1

March 12, 2014 6:41 PM

Can only imagine Sams been told to rest, i don't think the twins no what pain is:) anyway the times were slower than yesterday so nothing realy lost
More riders are proving the tech3 isnt upto much. And is Thitipong performance today worth a mention or am i just been childish

Fullofit

March 12, 2014 7:08 PM

DM52: Lowes woke up with a mystery inflamed tendon in his wrist and couldn't take part. Maybe back out tomorrow.


Over in the WSBK paddock most of the guys are good mates.

Here in MotoGP they'll use any means to beat you ... best his team find out which of his competitors have got the Sam Lowes Voodoo doll they're playing with overnight!

TalentFan

March 12, 2014 7:21 PM

Seems Cortese is geeting to grips with a Moto2 better as well.

Agree Sam Lowes has shown really well so far. Quite a few were saying that coming from WSS and besting Sofuoglu didnt man much and that Keenan didn't do much when he came. Looks like Lowes has adapted to the stiffer and more racebike hard edges of the M2 rather well.

Moto2 is the class I tune in for on a GP weekend. This season I hope it more than makes up for the disappointment I expect when the expensive 1000s roll out later in the day.

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