MotoGP: Qualifying Results from Qatar

03/22/2014 @ 4:46 pm, by Jensen Beeler5 COMMENTS

MotoGP: Qualifying Results from Qatar 2014 Qatar GP MotoGP Saturday Scott Jones 05 635x423

MotoGP Qualifying Results from the Qatar GP at Doha, Qatar:

Pos.RiderTeamBikeKM/HTimeDiff.
1Marc MARQUEZRepsol Honda TeamHonda338.61’54.507-
2Alvaro BAUTISTAGO&FUN Honda GresiniHonda340.11’54.5640.057
3Bradley SMITHMonster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha336.51’54.6010.094
4Andrea DOVIZIOSODucati TeamDucati340.91’54.6440.137
5Jorge LORENZOMovistar Yamaha MotoGPYamaha332.91’54.6610.154
6Dani PEDROSARepsol Honda TeamHonda339.91’54.7030.196
7Stefan BRADLLCR Honda MotoGPHonda338.51’54.8710.364
8Cal CRUTCHLOW*Ducati TeamDucati337.91’54.8880.381
9Aleix ESPARGARONGM Forward RacingForward Yamaha326.21’54.9860.479
10Valentino ROSSIMovistar Yamaha MotoGPYamaha336.71’55.0960.589
11Andrea IANNONEPramac RacingDucati341.81’55.1270.620
12Pol ESPARGARO*Monster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha336.21’55.1520.645
13Nicky HAYDEN*Drive M7 AsparHonda326.41’55.8940.488
14Colin EDWARDS*NGM Forward RacingForward Yamaha325.21’56.0420.636
15Hiroshi AOYAMA*Drive M7 AsparHonda324.41’56.4791.073
16Scott REDDING*GO&FUN Honda GresiniHonda318.21’56.5551.149
17Yonny HERNANDEZ*Energy T.I. Pramac RacingDucati329.21’56.6481.242
18Karel ABRAHAM*Cardion AB MotoracingHonda324.71’56.7151.309
19Hector BARBERA*Avintia RacingAvintia322.41’57.0061.600
20Danilo PETRUCCI*IodaRacing ProjectART316.41’57.5132.107
21Broc PARKES*Paul Bird MotorsportPBM316.11’57.5742.168
22Mike DI MEGLIO*Avintia RacingAvintia318.21’57.6672.261
23Michael LAVERTY*Paul Bird MotorsportPBM316.91’58.2542.848

*Participated in QP1

Source: MotoGP; Photo: © 2014 Scott Jones / Scott Jones Photography – All Rights Reserved

Comment:

  1. Bryan says:

    Wow. This is what we want to see. Just about the top 20 within at least 2 seconds of the top riders.

  2. TexusTim says:

    too bad espargaro messed up he would have had pole, I dont think the open bikes can hang on to the top spots for vey long then when the tires fade all the factory bikes will go ahead of them…this of course does not have any bearing on Mr. Marquez he may jump out front and stay there…wow I hope him and espargaro will go at it for a bit.

  3. Slangbuster says:

    Great to see this new generation of riders taking it to new levels (Marquez, Espargaro, Smith and the rest) I can hardly wait for tomorrow and what the new season will bring, it’s going to be a good one. And a big tip of the hat to “Bowling Ball Bautista” for riding like a demon today without knocking anyone down, bless his heart. I’m starting to like him. I sure hope the 800 pound Gorilla (Honda) is embarrassed enough by the results so far to give Nicky some real motor soon.

  4. L2C says:

    Yeah, Nicky definitely would have eliminated Crutchlow, at least, from QP2. Lost his brilliant final sector push on the long straight. Was a big bummer, I’m sure.

  5. Crutchlow’s reaction to Nicky’s late charge was brilliant. I was glad to see Crutchlow make it to QP2, but it would have been fantastic to see Hayden blitz his way through.