2018
09.16

【MotoGP】2018 Portimao World Superbike FP3 Results: Melandri Tops Session

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気になるバイクニュース。

★2018-2019ボルドール24時間帯耐久ロードレース スタートから5時間での結果

[気になるバイクニュース。] – 09/16 09:02

ボルドール24時間耐久ロードレースの開始から5時間での結果です。トップ3チームは変わらず、1位はTEAM SRC KAWASAKI FRANCE、2位Suzuki Endurance Racing Team、3位F.C.C. TSR Honda Franceとなっています。しかし4位だったYARTヤマハがここで脱落。大きく順位を落としています。
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1 TEAM SRC KAWASAKI FRANCE
2 Suzuki Endurance Racing Team
3 F.C.C. TSR Honda France
4 Honda Endurance Racing
5 WEPOL Racing
6 Bolliger Team Switzerland
7 MACO RACING Team
8 MERCURY RACING
9 Junior Team LMS Suzuki
10 Gert56 German Endurance Racing Team
11 TECMAS BMW
12 National Motos
13 Webike Tati Team Trickstar
14 SET Racing
15 Yamaha Viltaïs Pierret Experiences
16 Motobox Kremer Racing #65
17 Team 18 Sapeurs Pompiers
18 JMA MOTOS ACTION BIKE
19 Team LRP Poland
20 Wójcik Racing Team 2
(Source: EWC)
(Photo courtesy of EWC)
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2018 Portimao World Superbike FP3 Results: Melandri Tops Session

[MotoMatters.com | Kropotkin Thinks – … that records broken off the track don’t really count] – 09/15 01:31

Marco Melandri was quickest this session, cementing his entry into Superpole two. Jonathan Rea was second-quickest, but in spite of a fall in Free Practice two, he ends the day in provisional pole position as the only rider to break the 1’41 barrier. Loris Baz and Leon Camier head to Superpole one as the favourites to advance to Superpole two.
Session Results:


2018 Misano MotoGP Race Round Up: Ducati’s Speed, Yamaha’s Lack of It, And The Championship

[MotoMatters.com | Kropotkin Thinks – … that records broken off the track don’t really count] – 09/16 05:54

Apologies for the extreme tardiness of this report, dear readers. Travel delays, the Romano Fenati situation, and a minor mishap at home threw my work schedule into utter disarray, and I got a long way behind. Aragon will be better.
“I have my strategy,” Andrea Dovizioso told us after qualifying on Saturday at Misano. “It’s always better to have a clear strategy, but to have a strategy and be able to make your strategy is a different story. You have to adapt to the conditions.”
Dovizioso had seemed quietly confident as he sat in Ducati’s hospitality unit and told us about his day qualifying. The Italian often exudes a sense of calm, but in hindsight, this was calm built on a sense of confidence. Dovizioso believed he could win on Sunday. But first, he would have to dispose of Jorge Lorenzo and Maverick Viñales, both of whom had stamped their authority on practice with great ferocity. Then there was Marc Márquez, of course, who had spent practice concentrating on old tires, working for the latter stages of the race. Throw in a couple of wildcards – Jack Miller had impressed all weekend, while Cal Crutchlow and Valentino Rossi were perennial threats – and winning in Misano was obvi……


A Lap Of Portimao With Eugene Laverty

[MotoMatters.com | Kropotkin Thinks – … that records broken off the track don’t really count] – 09/16 05:01

Portimao is one of the most exciting laps of the year for a WorldSBK rider. The Portuguese circuit is used extensively for winter testing. Last month’s official test also offered the majority of the field fine tune their settings for their return to action.
The circuit, nestled in the hills of the Algarve, is testing for riders. There’s a bit of everything here and getting your eye in and getting the most from the circuit takes time.
“Portimao is my favorite track in the world,” said an enthusiastic Eugene Laverty. “It’s something unique! I’ve done so many laps around this place over the years that I know this place like the back of my hand. At some tracks you need the bike to work in a certain way to be fast because the rider is limited in what they can do – this place is the opposite! It’s so up and down that you can sit forwards, backwards and ride around the bike around to find a big chunk of time here. The rider makes the difference at Portimao.
“I remember in 2009 a lot of people had written me off. I had two bad years in 250GP but Parkalgar picked me up. Simon Buckmaster never forgot that I was fighting with Crutchlow and Camier and the guys that were doing well in BSB at ……



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