MotoGP: Qualifying Results from Catalunya

06/15/2013 @ 2:02 pm, by Jensen Beeler3 COMMENTS


MotoGP Qualifying Results from the Catalan GP in Barcelona, Spain:

1Dani PEDROSARepsol Honda TeamHonda339.31’40.893
2Cal CRUTCHLOWMonster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha336.31’41.5010.608
3Jorge LORENZOYamaha Factory RacingYamaha336.41’41.5660.673
4Alvaro BAUTISTAGO&FUN Honda GresiniHonda339.51’41.7140.821
5Nicky HAYDENDucati TeamDucati341.51’41.8000.907
6Marc MARQUEZRepsol Honda TeamHonda342.41’41.8420.949
7Valentino ROSSIYamaha Factory RacingYamaha336.11’41.9591.066
8Andrea IANNONE*Energy T.I. Pramac RacingDucati338.71’41.9631.070
9Andrea DOVIZIOSODucati TeamDucati337.61’42.0531.160
10Stefan BRADLLCR Honda MotoGPHonda339.91’42.0901.197
11Bradley SMITH*Monster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha330.21’42.5481.655
12Aleix ESPARGAROPower Electronics AsparART324.41’42.8781.985
13Randy DE PUNIET*Power Electronics AsparART319.21’43.1860.579
14Michele PIRRO*Ignite Pramac RacingDucati331.81’43.3300.723
15Hector BARBERA*Avintia BlusensFTR318.51’43.6591.052
16Colin EDWARDS*NGM Mobile Forward RacingFTR Kawasaki318.91’43.9831.376
17Karel ABRAHAM*Cardion AB MotoracingART320.91’44.3621.755
18Danilo PETRUCCI*Came IodaRacing ProjectIoda-Suter317.31’44.3691.762
19Claudio CORTI*NGM Mobile Forward RacingFTR Kawasaki319.31’44.6031.996
20Michael LAVERTY*Paul Bird MotorsportPBM322.01’44.6302.023
21Yonny HERNANDEZ*Paul Bird MotorsportART318.91’44.9132.306
22Bryan STARING*GO&FUN Honda GresiniFTR Honda317.21’45.4412.834
23Lukas PESEK*Came IodaRacing ProjectIoda-Suter313.21’46.3023.695
24Javier DEL AMOR*Avintia BlusensFTR309.41’48.9526.345

*Participated in QP1

Source: MotoGP; Photo: HRC

  • kev71

    Only 4 tenths of a second between 2nd and 8th shows these bikes are pretty close (at least in qualifying. Half a second between Pedrosa and 2nd. Could he run away with this race? Doubt it; although I don’t see Crutchlow being able to maintain 2nd place. My guess is Pedrosa and Lorenzo will run away from the rest and race for 1st until Pedrosa makes a mistake and Lorenzo will pass him and disappear. I can see the potential for a 1st lap crash as Crutchlow, Bautista, Rossi, and Dovizioso try to get to the front. Can’t wait for the race. Crossing my fingers Rossi gets a podium finish!

  • Jonathan

    I’m pretty much with you, kev71. :)

    Honourable mention to Nicky Hayden too – it might be easy to dismiss him as “merely” a solid team guy, but where does he find the motivation to turn in quick times season after season when many racers in his situation might be happy to cash the paychecks while looking for a seat in a racing class where they might be guaranteed a spot in the limelight? Top man – if the Suzuki shows promise he would be my first choice for that team. And no – I’m not American, I just don’t think he’s ever got sufficient credit for being a world champ (and a darn fine dirt track rider to boot…)

    Bradl still not 100% on it this season, even if he is only 1/2 a second off second spot.

    Bautista? Crikey. I like him (even if I feel like wringing his neck sometimes!)

    Go Cal…

  • phs

    Agreed Jonathan,
    I am hoping Ducati gets their bike sorted out to be battling for wins. I further hope that it is sooner than later and that Nick Hayden gets to reap the fruits of his labor over the years at Ducati.

    Should be a great race tomorrow.