MotoGP. Jack Miller won the Japanese Grand Prix, a great operation for Fabio Quartararo

09:03

🏁 The Japanese Grand Prix classification

1 – Jack Miller

2- Brad Binder

3 – Jorge Martin

4 – Mark Marquez

5 – Miguel Oliveira

6 – Luca Marini

7 – Maverick Vinales

8 – Fabio Quartararo

9 – Enea Bastianini

10 – Marco Bezzecchi

11 – Johann Zarco

12 – Pol Espargaro

13-Alex Marquez

14 – Franco Morbidelli

15 – Cal Crutchlow

16 – Aleix Espargaro

17 – Fabio Di Giannantonio

18 – Raul Fernandez

19- Remy Gardner

20 – Takaaki Nakagami

Not finished: Francesco Bagnaia, Darryn Binder, Alex Rins, Takuya Tsuda, Tetsuta Nagashima.

08:47

The fall of Checo Bagnaia in the video

08:45

Miguel Oliveira, Luca Marini, Maverick Vinales arrived one after the other, followed by Fabio Quartararo.

08:44

πŸ† Jack Miller’s win

The Australian won ahead of Brad Binder, past 2nd, and Jorge Martin.

08:43

The Italian will leave Japan without a single point, just like Aleix Espargaro. Great operation from Quartararo, despite his 8th place.

08:43

Maybe it’s the weather change that just happened!

08:42

SLEEPING IN THE BAGNAIA IS IMPOSSIBLE!!!!!!!!

08:41

JUST ONE TENTH AHEAD for Quartararo in Bagnaia. It’s especially hot right now!

08:40

Brad Binder seriously threatens Jorge Martin’s place as runner-up.

08:40

Marc Marquez passed Miguel Oliveira and took 4th place!

08:39

4.26 tenths ahead for the Frenchman with three laps remaining.

08:39

We announce the 10 km/h difference in a straight line between Italian and French, it’s huge.

08:37

BAGNAIA PASS BASTIANINI! Big attack from the Italian, who swooped on Quartararo, four laps from the end. The Frenchman may not emerge victorious from the weekend.

08:36

Warning also for Johann Zarco, still 13th.

08:35

Brad Binder came back strong on Jorge Martin in the fight for 2nd place.

08:35

But the Italian returned well to Enea Bastianini and … Fabio Quartararo.

08:33

Francesco Bagnaia also received a warning from the race management.

08:33

Jack Miller continues his perfect run. The Australian is 4.8 seconds ahead of Jorge Martin. Barring a fall or mechanical incident, he will win this Japanese Grand Prix.

08:31

Marc Marquez has fourth place from Miguel Oliveira in his sights. The difference is only two tenths.

08:30

Warning for Brad Binder, the South African left the track three times. South Africa is still 3rd.

08:29

ALEX RINS ABANDONED! With great difficulty, the Spaniard returned to the pits when he was past 20th place.

08:28

There are 9 laps left in this Japanese Grand Prix

08:27

Quartararo benefited from the battle for 6th place between Vinales and Marini to close the two drivers. He is 4 tenths behind the Spaniard.

08:26

DARRYN BINDER’S ANSWER! Brad’s brother made a mistake in sector 3, he will try to leave.

half past eight

Jack Miller is still ahead of Jorge Martin, Brad Binder, Miguel Oliveira, Marc Marquez, Luca Marini, Maverick Vinales, and therefore Fabio Quartararo.

08:23

12 more laps, we have completed half of this Japanese Grand Prix.

08:22

TSUDA’S MOTORCYCLE IS ON FIRE! Amazing picture, the Japanese man was driving without realizing that the back of his engine was on fire. Fortunately he stopped.

08:20

Jack Miller was impressed with the headline race. The Australian is more than three seconds ahead of Jorge Martin, who himself is 1.9 seconds ahead of Brad Binder.

08:19

Fabio Quartararo has a small cushion in 9th place on Pol Espargaro: 8 tenths ahead.

08:18

There are 15 laps left for the remaining drivers.

08:18

NAGASHIMA’S ANSWER! The Japanese pilot is down in sector 1, he won’t leave.

08:17

In the general classification, Quartararo has a provisional lead of 13 points over Bagnaia and 25 over Espargaro.

08:15

Aleix Espargaro reportedly suffered a technical problem during the warm-up lap, forcing him to change bikes and exit the pit lane.

08:14

17 more laps for the drivers!

08:14

If Fabio Quartararo does not make an amazing start to the race, he is now making an interesting operation, because he is ahead of Bagnaia and Aleix Espargaro.

08:12

What about Johann Zarco? The French lost three new places, he was the 13th.

08:12

JOHANN ZARCO’S WRONG! The Frenchman continues to decline, he is now 10th, passed by Luca Marini, Fabio Quartararo and Pol Espargaro.

08:10

Jack Miller and Jorge Martin took a slight lead. Both pilots had almost a second and a half margin over the rest of the pack.

08:09

Luca Marini passes Quartararo. The leader of the overall standings regained the 9th place he had at the start.

08:08

Johann Zarco and Fabio Quartararo are currently 7th and 8th.

08:07

Jack Miller set the fastest lap on the road.

08:07

Jack Miller passes Martin. The Australian now leads the race, ahead of the Spaniard and Brad Binder.

08:06

Jorge Martin led the dance. Miguel Oliveira holds the fastest lap.

08:05

MARK BACK! He’s only 5 now!

08:05

Brad Binder and Jack Miller were temporarily on the podium.

08:03

πŸ”΄ Score in the lead, without Zarco

Let’s go to the 24 laps of this Japanese Grand Prix. Marc Marquez continues to lead, Johann Zarco drops to 7th place. Fabio Quartararo remained 9th, Francesco Bagnaia 11th. Starting from the pit lane, Aleix Espargaro is already far away.

08:02

πŸ”΄ WHAT IS ESPARGARO DOING?

He returned to the pits before the start!

08:01

πŸ”΄ Let’s go to the warm-up lap

The opportunity to fully understand a very different track, from yesterday, is completely dry. 22Β°C was announced in the air this Sunday in Japan.

07:59

πŸ”΄ Departure is near

The 25 drivers are on the line and warming up the tires.

07:56

β€‹πŸ”΄β€‹ Jorge Martin leads the warm-up ahead of Quartararo

The warm-ups were worth their price, but the Frenchman showed the pace instead, three tenths behind Jorge Martin, winning in 1’45”085”. Johann Zarco took 9th place.

07:51

πŸŽ™οΈ Fabio Quartararo on the microphone of Canal + before leaving

Conditions are not an advantage. But I think we will have a good race. There are…

07:45

πŸŽ™οΈ Johann Zarco on the microphone of Canal + before leaving

We have to start as far as possible, at the front, because everything is very tight. Even during the heating season, the times are very close. Getting ahead is an advantage in race management.

07:42

🌞 The weather conditions today

Big day, this Sunday, at the Motegi circuit. Nothing can be done, therefore, in the climatic conditions of Saturday’s qualifications. They might disappoint Marc Marquez.

07:38

πŸ† One point in the general classification

Fabio Quartararo was still ahead but the Frenchman’s lead melted like snow in the sun. NiΓ§ois is only ten points ahead of Francesco Bagnaia and 17 ahead of Aleix Espargaro.

1- Fabio Quartararo 211 points

2 – Francesco Bagnaia 201

3 – Aleix Espargaro 194

4 – Enea Bastianini 163

5 – Jack Miller 134

07:33

πŸŽ™οΈ Marc Marquez after qualifying on Saturday

This morning I felt very strong in the rain. I said to myself ‘if it rains this afternoon, I’ll try. I still feel very strong in wet conditions.

07:29

πŸŽ™οΈ Fabio Quartararo after he left Spain last week

I had a really short race but I’m glad I got out of it without any serious injuries. Let’s try to be positive and give our best in the next races.

07:25

βœ… A Japanese winner at home

Nippon Ai Ogura won the Moto2 race in front of his home crowd earlier today. It is unlikely that this scenario will happen again in the main category.

07:23

πŸ”΄ The starting grid for this Japanese Grand Prix

1 – Mark Marquez

2 – Johann Zarco (FRA)

3 – Brad Binder

4 – Maverick Vinales

5-Jorge Martin

6 – Aleix Espargaro

7-Jack Miller

8 – Miguel Oliveira

9 – Fabio Quartararo (FRA)

10 – Luca Marini

11 – Pol Espargaro

12 – Francesco Bagnaia

13 – Marco Bezzecchi

14 – Franco Morbidelli

15 – Enea Bastianini

16 – Fabio Di Giannantonio

17- Alex Marquez

18- Alex Rins

19- Tetsuta Nagashima

20 – Remy Gardner

21 – Takuya Tsuda

22 – Raul Fernandez

23-Cal Crutchlow

24 – Darryn Binder

25 – Takaaki Nakagami

07:15

πŸ”΄ The retreating leaders

Fabio Quartararo, Francesco Bagnaia and Aleix Espargaro did not shine during the qualifying session. The French start the 9th, the Italian the 12th. The Spaniard is one of the three that came out of this best, and will start the 6th of.

07:11

πŸ”΄ The big day for Johann Zarco?

The Cannes rider has yet to win in MotoGP. He made a strong impression yesterday in the rain, quickly heading into Q1 before finishing behind Marc Marquez in Q2. He will start in the front row with South African Brad Binder to complete the trio.

07:06

πŸ”΄ Marc Marquez poleman of the day

The Spanish driver tamed the Dantesque weather conditions on Saturday at the Twin Ring Motegi, and won the right to start from pole position in the Japanese Grand Prix.

MotoGP. In Japan, Marc Marquez’s first pole since 2019, Johann Zarco was 2ndOuest-France.frAlready underway in Free Practice 2 earlier today, Marc Marquez grabbed his first pole position since 2019, a week after his return to the track and following a rain-delayed qualifying session on Saturday 24 September. He was ahead of Frenchman Johann Zarco, who managed to eliminate himself from Q1, and South African Brad Binder. Fabio Quartarao, on the other hand, was disappointed.

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