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German Moto3 - Free Practice (1) Results

Free practice (1) results from the German Moto3 Grand Prix at Sachsenring, round 9 of 18.
1. Jack Miller AUS Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 27.770s
2. Efren Vazquez SPA SaxoPrint-RTG (Honda) 1m 28.059s
3. Brad Binder RSA Ambrogio Racing (Mahindra) 1m 28.062s
4. Romano Fenati ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (KTM) 1m 28.231s
5. Miguel Oliveira POR Mahindra Racing (Mahindra) 1m 28.243s
6. Danny Kent GBR Red Bull Husqvarna Ajo (Husqvarna) 1m 28.244s
7. Philipp Oettl GER Interwetten Paddock Moto3 (Kalex-KTM) 1m 28.323s
8. Niccolò Antonelli ITA Junior Team GO&FUN Moto3 (KTM) 1m 28.399s
9. Juanfran Guevara SPA Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3 (Kalex-KTM) 1m 28.671s
10. Karel Hanika CZE Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 28.692s
11. Jakub Kornfeil CZE Calvo Team (KTM) 1m 28.697s
12. Alex Rins SPA Estrella Galicia 0,0 (Honda) 1m 28.745s
13. Isaac Viñales SPA Calvo Team (KTM) 1m 28.841s
14. Alexis Masbou FRA Ongetta-Rivacold (Honda) 1m 28.878s
15. Enea Bastianini ITA Junior Team GO&FUN Moto3 (KTM) 1m 28.882s
16. Arthur Sissis AUS Mahindra Racing (Mahindra) 1m 28.899s
17. Alex Marquez SPA Estrella Galicia 0,0 (Honda) 1m 28.903s
18. Eric Granado BRA Calvo Team (KTM) 1m 29.049s
19. Matteo Ferrari ITA San Carlo Team Italia (Mahindra) 1m 29.168s
20. Zulfahmi Khairuddin MAL Ongetta-AirAsia (Honda) 1m 29.169s
21. Andrea Locatelli ITA San Carlo Team Italia (Mahindra) 1m 29.175s
22. Hafiq Azmi MAL SIC-AJO (KTM) 1m 29.439s
23. Scott Deroue NED RW Racing GP (Kalex-KTM) 1m 29.472s
24. Alessandro Tonucci ITA CIP (Mahindra) 1m 29.555s
25. Luca Grünwald GER Kiefer Racing (Kalex-KTM) 1m 29.579s
26. Bryan Schouten NED CIP (Mahindra) 1m 29.795s
27. John McPhee GBR SaxoPrint-RTG (Honda) 1m 29.983s
28. Maximilian Kappler GER SaxoPrint RTG (FTR) 1m 29.994s
29. Jules Danilo FRA Ambrogio Racing (Mahindra) 1m 29.999s
30. Ana Carrasco SPA RW Racing GP (Kalex-KTM) 1m 30.015s
31. Livio Loi BEL Marc VDS Racing Team (KTM) 1m 30.334s
32. Kevin Hanus GER Fai Rent-A-Jet (Honda) 1m 30.876s
33. Gabriel Rodrigo ARG Avant Tecno Husqvarna Ajo (Husqvarna) 1m 30.951s
34. Francesco Bagnaia ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (KTM) 1m 31.421s
35. Gabriel Ramos VEN Kiefer Racing (Kalex-KTM) 1m 32.155s


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July 11, 2014 10:24 AM

Jack Miller what does the future hold all I know is as far as Aussie riders go Jack if he pulls off a moto3 title he will be the first Aussie rider to win in the moto3/125 class since Tom Phillis won it in 1961. Kieth Campbell and Kel Caruthers won a 250 and a 350 title respectively in Carruthers in 1969 and Cambell in 1957. For that reason alone Aussie fans should be very interested in what Jack is doing as the kid has the potential to be our most successful riders in not an easy feat though I even have reservations about Marc beating Doohans 5 years of back to back titles. Jack is all we've got at the moment and you can bet yourself theres alot of people who care more about his success than listening to his interview just let the riding do the talking.



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