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Tuesday 11am MotoGP test times - Sepang II

MotoGP lap times as of 11am on Tuesday, during the first day of the second official Sepang test.
Testing began at 10am and concludes at 6pm.

All twelve manufacturer riders are again present for the three-day test, plus the Forward Racing and BQR 'Claiming Rule Teams'.

Factory Ducati rider Nicky Hayden and Tech 3 Yamaha's Andrea Dovizioso will be hoping their healing injuries will allow for greater track time than at the first test, while Karel Abraham (Cardion AB) could struggle with a back injury sustained at the recent private Jerez test.

World champion Casey Stoner - fastest at the first test - was last on track, shortly before 11am.

The second Sepang test finishes on Thursday evening.

1. Casey Stoner AUS Repsol Honda 2m 2.482s (Lap 4/4)
2. Jorge Lorenzo ESP Yamaha Factory Racing 2m 2.942s (10/10)
3. Dani Pedrosa ESP Repsol Honda 2m 3.395s (4/5)
4. Valentino Rossi ITA Ducati Team 2m 3.574s (11/11)
5. Ben Spies USA Yamaha Factory Racing 2m 3.627s (5/6)
6. Cal Crutchlow GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 2m 4.138s (6/6)
7. Alvaro Bautista ESP San Carlo Honda Gresini 2m 4.209s (7/8)
8. Nicky Hayden USA Ducati Team 2m 4.747s (6/6)
9. Stefan Bradl GER LCR Honda 2m 5.524s (4/5)
10. Hector Barbera ESP Pramac Racing 2m 5.895s (1/2)
11. Andrea Dovizioso ITA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 2m 5.911s (2/3)
12. Colin Edwards USA Forward Racing (Suter-BMW CRT) 2m 8.734s (4/4)
13. Yonny Hernandez COL Avintia (FTR-Kawasaki CRT) 2m 10.212s (3/3)
14. Ivan Silva ESP Avintia (FTR-Kawasaki CRT) 2m 11.133s (7/7)
15. Karel Abraham CZE Cardion AB Motoracing 2m 12.153s (3/3)


Fastest Sepang I test times:
By manufacturer:
Casey Stoner AUS Honda 1m 59.607s
Jorge Lorenzo ESP Yamaha 2m 0.198s
Valentino Rossi ITA Ducati 2m 0.824s
Colin Edwards USA Suter 2m 4.722s
Ivan Silva ESP BQR-FTR 2m 8.225s

Official Sepang MotoGP lap records:
Pole position:
Valentino Rossi ITA Yamaha 2m 0.518s (2009)
Fastest race lap:
Casey Stoner AUS Ducati 2m 2.108s (2007)



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MM - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 4:06 AM

While it's still far from the second coming of the "little yellow god" (to quote an old poem), it looks a lot more encouraging so far with hopefully a fair degree of development potential still - having started further back and playing catch up. For race fans, the more competitive bike and rider combinations the better. Only football-minded tribalists would want to see total domination by their favourite at the expense of good racing, although there's still the enjoyment of watching a rider doing what he does best if he can clear off in front. Unfortunately, in that case, TV directors tend to cut to the pit crews, team bosses and wags far too often and for far too long because they think "nothing's going on." It's infuriating when trying to spot things such as whether an apparent top end advantage is really due to faster corner exit and they keep cutting away at crucial moments.



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