MotoGP: Qualifying Results from Valencia

11/09/2013 @ 6:35 am, by Jensen Beeler4 COMMENTS

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MotoGP Qualifying Results from the Valencian GP at Valencia, Spain:

Pos. Rider Team Bike KM/H Time Diff.
1 Marc MARQUEZ Repsol Honda Team Honda 320.8 1’30.237
2 Jorge LORENZO Yamaha Factory Racing Yamaha 318.1 1’30.577 0.340
3 Dani PEDROSA Repsol Honda Team Honda 323.5 1’30.663 0.426
4 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha Factory Racing Yamaha 317.0 1’30.920 0.683
5 Cal CRUTCHLOW Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 318.3 1’31.113 0.876
6 Bradley SMITH Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 313.8 1’31.201 0.964
7 Alvaro BAUTISTA GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 319.0 1’31.594 1.357
8 Stefan BRADL LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 323.0 1’31.638 1.401
9 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati Team Ducati 315.0 1’31.718 1.481
10 Nicky HAYDEN Ducati Team Ducati 314.5 1’31.870 1.633
11 Andrea IANNONE* Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Ducati 314.6 1’31.963 1.726
12 Danilo PETRUCCI* Came IodaRacing Project Ioda-Suter 301.3 1’33.116 2.879
13 Hector BARBERA* Avintia Blusens FTR 306.3 1’32.773 0.033
14 Aleix ESPARGARO* Power Electronics Aspar ART 302.3 1’32.807 0.067
15 Claudio CORTI* NGM Mobile Forward Racing FTR Kawasaki 302.1 1’32.961 0.221
16 Yonny HERNANDEZ* Ignite Pramac Racing Ducati 312.0 1’32.966 0.226
17 Michele PIRRO* Ducati Test Team Ducati 309.6 1’32.966 0.226
18 Colin EDWARDS* NGM Mobile Forward Racing FTR Kawasaki 302.2 1’33.203 0.463
19 Hiroshi AOYAMA* Avintia Blusens FTR 307.6 1’33.328 0.588
20 Randy DE PUNIET* Power Electronics Aspar ART 298.3 1’33.869 1.129
21 Michael LAVERTY* Paul Bird Motorsport ART 300.3 1’34.018 1.278
22 Luca SCASSA* Cardion AB Motoracing ART 296.0 1’34.113 1.373
23 Bryan STARING* GO&FUN Honda Gresini FTR Honda 298.1 1’34.805 2.065
24 Damian CUDLIN* Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 301.5 1’34.903 2.163
25 Lukas PESEK* Came IodaRacing Project Ioda-Suter 297.0 1’34.993 2.253
26 Martin BAUER* Remus Racing Team S&B Suter 294.7 1’35.277 2.537

*Participated in QP1

Source: MotoGP; Photo: © 2013 Scott Jones / Scott Jones Photography – All Rights Reserved

  • L2C

    I hope Pedrosa, Rossi and Crutchlow can make things interesting out in front tomorrow. Bautista and Bradl are too far off the pace to be factors. Except, maybe, Bautista has the potential to stir things up at the first corner. But I think he has put away his bowling ball for good. And he probably hasn’t received any signals of encouragement from HRC to be at the front anyway.

    Also, I hope Lorenzo’s engine holds firm. He had some trouble with it during this qualifying. I’ll be rooting for him, because he is the underdog in this contest.

    It’s been a long season. After tomorrow, I can finally get on with my life. ;-)

  • MTGR

    Thank you A&R for following the actual facts.

    We are in the middle of the closest showdown since 06 and all the other sites are talking about Rossi and Burgess. Both legends yes, but Rossi’s career effectively ended when Lorenzo broke him in 2010 and the only reason more people don’t realize it (induing Rossi himself I suspect) is that a bunch of even older and even more out of touch journalist can’t get over it and move on.

    I think if MotoGp wants to move forward and grow it might need to address the journists as well as the riders and bikes.

  • JW

    I am amazed the JL Yamaha engine has held up this long considering the allotment issue.

  • “It’s been a long season. After tomorrow, I can finally get on with my life. ;-)”

    LOL – This is something I’ve thought, too. MotoGP + F1 makes for a very, very busy year.