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Friday sweep for Marquez

Fellow rookie Andrea Iannone (Pramac) was again the slowest of the manufacturer riders, but at least improved by three places relative to FP1.

Texan Colin Edwards finished his first day at 'home' in a disappointing 23rd for Forward Racing, with local wild-cards Blake Young (Attack Performance) and Mike Barnes (GP Tech Suzuki) again propping up the timesheets.

Austin is the first event where the CRT riders have a softer specification rear tyre relative to the manufacturer riders. CRT rear tyre choice is soft and medium, while manufacturer riders have medium and hard compounds.

Third practice takes place on Saturday morning, after which the top ten riders will be granted direct access to the second and final part of the new qualifying format.

Friday practice (2):
1. Marc Marquez
2. Dani Pedrosa
3. Stefan Bradl
4. Jorge Lorenzo
5. Valentino Rossi
6. Cal Crutchlow
7. Andrea Dovizioso
8. Alvaro Bautista
9. Nicky Hayden
10. Ben Spies
11. Aleix Espargaro
12. Yonny Hernandez
13. Bradley Smith
14. Randy De Puniet
15. Andrea Iannone
16. Karel Abraham
17. Claudio Corti
18. Hiroshi Aoyama
19. Danilo Petrucci
20. Michael Laverty
21. Lukas Pesek
22. Bryan Staring
23. Colin Edwards
24. Hector Barbera
25. Blake Young
26. Mike Barnes





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Marquez, Grand Prix of the Americas, 2013
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Honda testing at Brno (pic: Jan Starek).
The 2015 Honda RC213V (pic: Jan Starek).
Dani Pedrosa tests 2015 Honda (pic: Jan Starek).
Marc Marquez tests 2015 Honda (pic: Jan Starek).
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Aleix Espargaro, German MotoGP 2014
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Crutchlow, German MotoGP 2014
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Marquez, German MotoGP 2014

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99 Crystal Ball. - Unregistered

April 19, 2013 9:35 PM

And people complained when he got Stoners ride.Personally,i cant think of anyone more deserving of it.Would be more than happy to see young Marquez stand on the top step of the podium on Sunday.But its early days yet.



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