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Spain MotoGP: Qualifying (1) Results

Qualifying (1) results from the 2014 MotoGP of Spain at the Jerez de la Frontera circuit, round 4 of 18.
Top 2 riders to progress through to Q2

1. Nicky Hayden USA Drive M7 Aspar (RCV1000R) 1m 39.427s
2. Alvaro Bautista ESP Go&Fun Honda Gresini (RC213V) 1m 39.595s

3. Hiroshi Aoyama JPN Drive M7 Aspar (RCV1000R) 1m 39.768s
4. Cal Crutchlow GBR Ducati Team (Desmosedici) 1m 39.849s
5. Andrea Iannone ITA Pramac Racing (Desmosedici) 1m 40.118s
6. Karel Abraham CZE Cardion AB Motoracing (RCV1000R) 1m 40.126s
7. Michele Pirro ITA Ducati Team (Desmosedici) 1m 40.239s
8. Scott Redding GBR Go&Fun Honda Gresini (RCV1000R)* 1m 40.453s
9. Yonny Hernandez COL Pramac Racing (Desmosedici) 1m 40.566s
10. Danilo Petrucci ITA IodaRacing Project (ART) 1m 41.009s
11. Michael Laverty GBR Paul Bird Motorsport (PBM-ART) 1m 41.124s
12. Mike Di Meglio FRA Avintia Racing (Avintia)* 1m 41.517s
13. Broc Parkes AUS Paul Bird Motorsport (PBM-ART)* 1m 41.702s
14. Hector Barbera ESP Avintia Racing (Avintia) 1m 42.052s


Blue Name = Factory - Control ECU hardware, unique manufacturer software.
20 litres of race fuel, 5 engine changes for the season. All engines identical throughout the year within the same team (development freeze).
Black Name = Factory (with concessions) - Control ECU hardware, unique manufacturer software.
Applicable to Factory entries by a manufacturer that did not achieve a dry win in 2013 (only Ducati) plus any new MotoGP manufacturers.
Same 24 litres of race fuel, 12 engine changes, softer rear tyre, no engine development freeze and extra testing opportunities as the Open Category. Fuel to be reduced to 22 litres should Ducati achieve a race win, two second places or three (dry) podiums. If Ducati claims three wins they will also lose the softer rear tyre. All other concessions confirmed until start of single ECU era in 2016.
Red Name = Open - Full control ECU system, hardware and software.
24 litres of race fuel, 12 engine changes, softer rear tyre, no engine development freeze and greater testing opportunities relative to Factory.
* Rookie

Official Jerez MotoGP records:
Best lap:
Jorge Lorenzo ESP Yamaha 1m 38.189s (2008)
Fastest race lap:
Jorge Lorenzo ESP Yamaha 1m 39.565s (2013)

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shuggiemac

May 03, 2014 4:45 PM

As much as I like Scott Redding and I do, I am hoping that he is learning a bit of humility. The claims in the past of wanting to be the top of the Open Honda and that meant beating Nicky Hayden was pretty disrespectful to the others on the bike. I am actually very pleased to see Karel Abraham getting to grips with it and I hope he repeats his success of Argentina in Spain and ahead of Scott - again. I do wish Scott well but it seems that he has been a bit dismissive of too many others. I am sure the flag wavers will not like this but c'est la vie



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