Month: February 2013

Pata Honda WSBK indulge in a little Harlem Shake !

Normally the blog is predominantly MotoGP news, but sometimes something warrants stepping outside the box.

After enjoying Jorge Lorenzo show his less serious side with his Gangnam Style moves( https://survivalofthefastest.wordpress.com/2012/11/01/jorge-lorenzo-gangnam-style/  ) the guys over at the Pata Honda World Superbike team have stepped up to the plate to give us their take on the Harlem Shake – a song by DJ Baauer which gave rise to a internet video meme where one person, usually masked in some way, dances solo to the song while being ignored by all others in the shot until the bass drops then everyone starts dancing crazy and usually in costume.

Here’s Jonathan Rea and the rest of the outfit busting some moves:

Moto2: Tom Luthi targets Jerez return

Interwetten Paddock GP  rider Tom Luthi looks certain to miss at least the first two races of the 2013 MotoGP season after the multiple fractures he sustained in his testing crash with Ratthapark Wilairot in Valencia.

Tom Luthi

Tom Luthi and Interwetten have a long relationship – here’s Luthi riding for them in 2011
Image by T.Tanabe used under creative commons license via Flickr

Luthi, who recently underwent five hours of surgery at home in Switzerland to fix the fractures received to his right elbow, upper arm and shoulder is hopeful for a return when the paddock arrives in Europe for round three at Jerez in Spain on the 5th May.

Dr Marc Mettler, who performed the surgery on the Swiss rider has said Luthi will gain full mobility back to his arm but can not give a less speculative return date until the swelling subsides and passive and active rehabilitation have begun, the recovery is expected to take somewhere between eight and twelve weeks due to the nature of his injuries.

The Interwetten press statement also revealed Luthi’s views on his accident and recovery:

“Of course this injury is a big disappointment for me”, said Luthi. “But with my doctor of confidence, Dr. Marc Mettler, I am in the best hands and I am optimistic to be able to start the rehab program and the work toward my comeback very soon. It was very nice to feel so much compassion, which motivates me even more to work hard for a speedy recovery!”

The team also addressed their very urgent problem of need ing a replacement in time for the next test:

“Tom’s recovery is our top priority and his absence from racing is of minor importance to us”, said team owner Daniel M. Epp. “But obviously, we have to prepare for the fact that he will miss the season opening races, which is why we are looking for a replacement rider for the last official IRTA test session at Jerez and for the first two Grand Prix in Qatar and Austin. A suitable rider will enable us to continue with our testing program and also will allow us to practice a smooth work flow in the garage so the technicians will also be fully fit when Tom returns!”

Jerez Moto2 and Moto3 testing round-up

The second test for Moto2 and Moto3 is well under way now in Jerez and after some more unusual results in the wet of day one where the Ambrogio Racing team lead the way in Moto3, with Brit Danny Webb at the top of the timesheets, normal service was resumed on day two when Maverick Vinales and Pol Espargaro lead the way in their relevant classes.

I am writing detailed day by day test reports for bike racing website Paddock Chatter, so for more information and to find out who will be the ones to watch in 2013 follow the links, where you can comment too!

Day one (wet):

http://www.paddockchatter.com/2013/02/moto3-test-danny-webb-tops-weather.html

http://www.paddockchatter.com/2013/02/moto2-test-nico-terol-leads-way-at-rain.html

Day two:

http://www.paddockchatter.com/2013/02/moto3-test-vinales-back-on-top-in-jerez.html

http://www.paddockchatter.com/2013/02/moto2-test-espargaro-dominant-in-dry.html

Paddock Chatter guest blog – is CRT a success?

Paddock Chatter are a fairly young but very awesome source on motorsport related news, with a smattering of opinion and article led content thrown in for good measure. The website was created by motorcycle fans for motorcycle fans and have a huge presence on twitter, where they initially started out, the highlight of which is their ‘Twinterview’ where they fire a few questions at a well known rider (Shane Byrne, Eugene Laverty, Gino Rea and James Toseland included) over the social media platform.

I have a new guest blog to read on their website, this time analysing the debut season for the claiming rules teams and what they achieved in MotoGP, why they are criticised and their future in the sport.

Would be lovely if you could show it and, of course, Paddock Chatter some love with some comments or tweets!

Here’s the link for more:

http://www.paddockchatter.com/2013/02/guest-blog-claiming-rule-teams-success.html

Moto2: Espargaro top, crash for Luthi on final day of test

Pol Espargaro maintained his slender lead over Aspar rider Nico Terol, with Julian Simon placing his Italtrans in the top three fastest times, the only racers to dip under 1m 35, though all riders at the test set their fastest test times on day three.

Pol Espargaro Moto2 Valencia 2013 test

Espargaro remains fastest on day three
Image by Circuit Ricardo Tormo at Facebook

Swiss Interwetten rider Tom Luthi fractured his arm and collarbone in a collision with Gresini’s Ratthapark Wiliarot and will need surgery on his injuries, prior to the crash he had set his best time and was fifth fastest on day three. Wiliarot was treated at the circuit for a head injury.

CEV Moto2 champion Jordi Torres was an impressive fourth fastest for Aspar, the highest placed Brit was Scott Redding in eighth for Marc VDS – Danny Kent was 24th for Tech3 and right behind him was Blusdens Avintia’s Kyle Smith who finished the test 25th fastest.

The next Moto2 official test takes place in Jerez 19-21 February.

Full Moto2 day three times:

1. Pol Espargaro SPA Tuenti HP 40 (Pons Kalex) 1m 34.577s
2. Nicolas Terol SPA Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2 (Suter) 1m 34.777s
3. Julian Simon SPA Italtrans Racing Team (Kalex) 1m 34.981s
4. Jordi Torres SPA Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2 (Suter) 1m 35.084s
5. Thomas Luthi SWI Interwetten Paddock (Suter) 1m 35.093s
6. Takaaki Nakagami JPN Italtrans Racing Team (Kalex) 1m 35.122s
7. Scott Redding GBR Marc VDS Racing Team (Kalex) 1m 35.293s
8. Esteve Rabat SPA Tuenti HP 40 (Pons Kalex) 1m 35.317s
9. Simone Corsi ITA NGM Mobile Racing (Speed Up) 1m 35.365s
10. Johann Zarco FRA Came IodaRacing Project (Suter) 1m 35.399s
11. Dominique Aegerter SWI Technomag carXpert (Suter) 1m 35.555s
12. Axel Pons SPA Tuenti HP 40 (Pons Kalex) 1m 35.630s
13. Mika Kallio FIN Marc VDS Racing Team (Kalex) 1m 35.769s
14. Toni Elias SPA Blusens Avintia (Kalex) 1m 35.911s
15. Xavier Simeon BEL Maptaq SAG Zelos Team (Kalex) 1m 36.039s
16. Ricky Cardus SPA NGM Mobile Forward Racing (Speed Up) 1m 36.347s
17. Anthony West AUS QMMF Racing Team (Speed Up) 1m 36.434s
18. Mattia Pasini ITA NGM Mobile Racing (Speed Up) 1m 36.485s
19. Ratthapark Wilairot THA Honda Gresini Moto2 (Suter) 1m 36.531s
20. Alex De Angelis RSM NGM Mobile Forward Racing (Speed Up) 1m 36.722s
21. Sandro Cortese GER Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 1m 36.733s
22. Yuki Takahashi JPN Idemitsu Honda Team Asia (Moriwaki) 1m 36.862s
23. Steven Odendaal RSA Argiñano & Gines Racing (Speed Up) 1m 37.159s
24. Danny Kent GBR Tech 3 (Tech 3) 1m 37.330s
25. Kyle Smith GBR Blusens Avintia (Kalex) 1m 37.378s
26. Randy Krummenacher SWI Technomag carXpert (Suter) 1m 37.389s
27. Mike Di Meglio FRA JIR Moto2 (MotoBI) 1m 37.571s
28. Louis Rossi FRA Tech 3 (Tech 3) 1m 37.662s
29. Alberto Moncayo SPA Argiñano & Gines Racing (Speed Up) 1m 38.097s
30. Doni Tata Pradita INA Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 (Suter) 1m 38.266s

Moto3: Vinales stays on top at Valencia test

Vinales put the chaotic end to last season well and truly behind him setting himself up as the man to beat by dominating testing for KTM.

Maverick Vinales IRTA official Moto3 test JHK Laglisse KTM

Vinales shows he’s the one to beat for the 2013 season as KTM continue to dominate.
Image by Circuit da la Valencia via Facebook

All the riders set their best times on day three, KTM/Kalex KTM still dominate the top ten with for of the top five times and six bike in the top ten, noticable progress was made by the Mahindra team with Efren Vazquez eighth fastest and his Portuguese team mate Miguel Oliveira in tenth.

British rider John McPhee also made the top ten for Caretta Technology, his team mate Jack Miller also impressed by lacing his FTR Honda fifth fastest on the final day at the Ricardo Tormo track.

Danny Webb was 20th for Ambrogio Racing and female rider Ana Carrasco progressed back up the list with her improved time placing her 16th in the standings.

The next official Moto3 test is to be held at Jerez, 19-21 February

Full day three times below:

1. Maverick Viñales SPA JHK t-shirt Laglisse (KTM) 1m 39.299s
2. Alex Rins SPA Estrella Galicia 0’0 (KTM) 1m 39.585s
3. Luis Salom SPA Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 39.669s
4. Jonas Folger GER Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3 (Kalex KTM) 1m 40.050s
5. Jack Miller AUS Caretta Technology-RTG (FTR Honda) 1m 40.291s
6. Romano Fenati ITA San Carlo Team Italia (FTR Honda) 1m 40.428s
7. Alex Marquez SPA Estrella Galicia 0’0 (KTM) 1m 40.468s
8. Efren Vazquez SPA Mahindra Racing (Mahindra) 1m 40.495s
9. John McPhee GBR Caretta Technology-RTG (FTR Honda) 1m 40.510s
10. Miguel Oliveira POR Mahindra Racing (Mahindra) 1m 40.526s
11. Jakub Kornfeil CZE Redox RW Racing GP (Kalex KTM) 1m 40.543s
12. Zulfahmi Khairuddin MAL Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 40.564s
13. Brad Binder RSA Ambrogio Racing (Suter Honda) 1m 40.728s
14. Livio Loi BEL Marc VDS Racing Team (Kalex KTM) 1m 40.750s
15. Arthur Sissis AUS Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 40.918s
16. Ana Carrasco SPA JHK t-shirt Laglisse (KTM) 1m 40.946s
17. Francesco Bagnaia ITA San Carlo Team Italia (FTR Honda) 1m 41.028s
18. Philipp Oettl GER Paddock TT Motion Events (Kalex KTM) 1m 41.109s
19. Juan Guevara SPA CIP (TSR Honda) 1m 41.165s
20. Danny Webb GBR Ambrogio Racing (Suter Honda) 1m 41.165s
21. Lorenzo Baldassarri ITA Team GO&FUN Gresini Moto3 (FTR Honda) 1m 41.176s
22. Isaac Viñales SPA Bimbo-Ongetta-Centro Seta (FTR Honda) 1m 41.196s
23. Niklas Ajo FIN Avant Tecno (KTM) 1m 41.250s
24. Matteo Ferrari ITA Ongetta-Centro Seta (FTR Honda) 1m 41.327s
25. Toni Finsterbusch GER Kiefer Racing (Kalex KTM) 1m 41.511s
26. Jasper Iwema NED RW Racing GP (Kalex KTM) 1m 41.515s
27. Eric Granado BRA Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3 (Kalex KTM) 1m 41.526s
28. Alessandro Tonucci ITA Team La Fonte Tascaracing (Honda) 1m 41.969s
29. Hyuga Watanabe JPN Team La Fonte Tascaracing (Honda) 1m 42.169s
30. Alan Techer FRA CIP (TSR Honda) 1m 42.334s
31. Niccolo Antonelli ITA Team GO&FUN Gresini Moto3 (FTR Honda) 1m 42.670s

Moto2: Espargaro takes over for day two of testing

As the lap times started to drop Pol Espargaro rose to the top on day two for the Pons Tuenti HP 40 team with a fastest lap of 1m 35.191.

Pol Espargaro Moto2 Valencia 2013 test

Espargaro takes over on day two
Image via the Ricardo Tormo official facebook page

Espargaro only just outpaced yesterday’s leader, local rider Nico Terol, who was second quickest aboard the Aspar and just a couple of tenths adrift.

Interwetten rider Tom Luthi jumped up the list to third, with Italtrans racer Simon the fourth rider to dip under 1m 36, with the top eleven all within a second of of Espargaro.

British championship hopeful Scott Redding was eighth for Marc VDS, current Moto3 champion Sandro Cortese finished the second day 26th.

Marcel Schrotter will take no further part in the test due to damage to his motorbike from his crash yesterday.

Full day two Moto2 test result:

1- Pol Espargaro – Tuenti HP 40   1’35.520
2- Nico Terol – Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2 + 0.213
3- Thomas Luthi – Interwetten Paddock + 0.427
4- Julian Simon – Italtrans Racing Team + 0.473
5- Tito Rabat – Tuenti HP 40   + 0.503
6- Johann Zarco – CAME Iodaracing Project + 0.508
7- Takaaki Nakagami – Italtrans Racing Team + 0.531
8- Scott Redding – Marc VDS Racing Team + 0.582
9- Simone Corsi – NGM Mobile Racing + 0.672
10- Jordi Torres – Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2 + 0.770
11- Mika Kallio – Marc VDS Racing Team + 0.994
12- Dominique Aegerter – Technomag carXpert + 1.319
13- Anthony West – QMMF Racing Team + 1.348
14- Alex De Angelis – NGM Mobile Forward Racing + 1.350
15- Toni Elias – Blusens Avintia + 1.363
16- Xavier Simeon – Maptaq SAG Zelos Team + 1.566
17- Axel Pons – Tuenti HP 40 + 1.669
18- Mattia Pasini – NGM Mobile Racing + 1.876
19- Ratthapark Wilairot – Honda Gresini Moto2 + 2.076
20- Ricky Cardus – NGM Mobile Forward Racing + 2.205
21- Yuki Takahashi – Idemitsu Honda Team Asia + 2.208
22- Mike Di Meglio – JiR Moto2 – MotoBI – + 2.238
23- Danny Kent – Tech 3 Racing – Tech 3 Mistral 610 – + 2.491
24- Randy Krummenacher – Technomag carXpert – Suter MMX2 – + 2.914
25- Steven Odendaal – Argiñano & Gines Racing – Speed Up SF13 – + 3.020
26- Sandro Cortese – Dynavolt Intact GP – Kalex Moto2 – + 3.025
27- Louis Rossi – Tech 3 Racing – Tech 3 Mistral 610 – + 3.286
28- Doni Tata Pradita – Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 – Suter MMX2 – + 3.412
29- Kyle Smith – Blusens Avintia – Kalex Moto2 – + 3.451
30- Alberto Moncayo – Argiñano & Gines Racing – Speed Up SF13 – + 4.670
31- Rafid Topan Sucipto – QMMF Racing Team – Speed Up SF13 – + 7.139

Moto3: Vinales remains in control for second day of Valencia testing

KTM/ Kalex KTM machines dominated the second day of testing with seven bikes in the top ten at the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia, with Laglisse rider Maverick Vinales still fastest.

Maverick Vinales IRTA official Moto3 test JHK Laglisse KTM

Vinales leads the way
Image via Circuit de la Comunitat Valencia via their official facebook page

The Spanish teenagers lap of 1m 40.168 was sixth tenths faster than his own best time from day one and now a over a whole second faster than the 2012 qualifying time, set by Jonas Folger.

Alex Rins, Louis Salom and Romano Fenati all join Vinales under the 1m 41 mark, with Fenati improving by almost a second and a half on his time from yesterday.

Fenati in fourth, Brad Binder in ninth and Miguel Oilveira in tenth are the only non-KTM entries to break the top ten fastest times on day two.

Malaysian rider Zulfahmi Khairuddin remained on the pace in fifth, Alex Marquez moves up to sixth fastest and denonstrating how close the times are Ana Carrasco improved by nearly half a second on the time which put her twelfth on day one and finds herself 24th on the final timesheets for Wednesday, just under two and a half seconds off her team mates stellar pace at the top.

Full day two result:

1- Maverick Vinales 1m 40.168
2- Alex Rins + 0.240
3- Luis Salom + 0.267
4- Romano Fenati + 0.743
5- Zulfahmi Khairuddin + 0.793
6- Alex Marquez + 1.127
7- Jonas Folger + 1.422
8- Jakub Kornfeil + 1.499
9- Brad Binder + 1.617
10- Miguel Oliveira + 1.734
11- Jack Miller + 1.941
12- Isaac Vinales + 1.966
13- Jasper Iwema + 2.014
14- Efren Vazquez + 2.033
15- Arthur Sissis + 2.130
16- Danny Webb + 2.160
17- Juanfran Guevara + 2.178
18- Matteo Ferrari + 2.275
19- John McPhee + 2.278
20- Livio Loi + 2.307
21- Philipp Ottl + 2.406
22- Francesco Bagnaia + 2.409
23- Niklas Ajo + 2.456
24- Ana Carrasco + 2.487
25- Eric Granado + 2.504
26- Alan Techer + 2.901
27- Toni Finsterbusch + 2.914
28- Lorenzo Baldassarri + 3.088
29- Alessandro Tonucci + 3.913
30- Niccolò Antonelli + 4.230
31- Hyuga Watanabe + 4.296
32- Alexis Masbou + 4.479

 

Moto2:Terol just quickest at first test

Nico Terol had his Suter under control and was fastest on the opening day of testing for Moto2 for the Mapfre Aspar team at the Ricardo Tormo circuit at Valencia.

nico terol aspar Irta test day one

Nico Terol – fastest- but only just.
Image by Circuit da la Valencia Ricardo Tormo via their official facebook page

Spaniard Terol’s fastest time of the day – 1m 35.926 – was only just ahead of his fellow countryman Julian Simon who rides for Italtrans in 2013, Simon setting a time just +0.025 slower. Last seasons runner-up and favourite to take the 2013 title was third fastest overall but quickest in the afternoon session for the Pons Tuenti HP 40 team.

British title hopeful Scott Redding, who will benefit from the new 215kg combined bike and rider weight limit for the class, was the fourth fastest for Marc VDS after the Spanish dominated top three times, with very little to chose between fourth and tenth in the results.

Fellow Brits Kyle Smith (Blusens Avintia) and Danny Kent ( Tech3) were down in 27th and 28th respectively on their debuts.

Reigning Moto3 champion Sandro Cortese continues learning his new bike on his move up to Moto2 and finished the day in 24th for Dynavolt Intact GP.

Full Day 1 Moto2 result:

1- Nico Terol – Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2 – 1’35.926
2- Julian Simon – Italtrans Racing Team + 0.025
3- Pol Espargaro – Tuenti HP 40 + 0.180
4- Scott Redding – Marc VDS Racing Team + 0.411
5- Takaaki Nakagami – Italtrans Racing Team + 0.517
6- Simone Corsi – NGM Mobile Racing + 0.518
7- Jordi Torres – Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2 + 0.531
8- Tito Rabat – Tuenti HP 40 + 0.605
9- Thomas Luthi – Interwetten Paddock + 0.703
10- Toni Elias – Blusens Avintia + 0.926
11- Alex De Angelis – NGM Mobile Forward Racing + 1.148
12- Mika Kallio – Marc VDS Racing Team + 1.312
13- Xavier Simeon – Maptaq SAG Zelos Team + 1.413
14- Dominique Aegerter – Technomag carXpert + 1.428
15- Axel Pons – Tuenti HP 40 + 1.605
16- Mattia Pasini – NGM Mobile Racing + 1.753
17- Anthony West – QMMF Racing Team + 1.875
18- Mike Di Meglio – JiR Moto2 + 1.996
19- Johann Zarco – CAME Iodaracing Project + 2.214
20- Ricky Cardus – NGM Mobile Forward Racing + 2.403
21- Marcel Schrotter – Desguaces La Torre SAG Team + 2.465
22- Randy Krummenacher – Technomag carXpert + 2.590
23- Ratthapark Wilairot – Honda Gresini Moto2 + 2.590
24- Sandro Cortese – Dynavolt Intact GP + 2.796
25- Louis Rossi – Tech 3 Racing + 2.800
26- Yuki Takahashi – Idemitsu Honda Team Asia + 3.000
27- Kyle Smith – Blusens Avintia + 3.150
28- Danny Kent – Tech 3 Racing + 3.258
29- Doni Tata Pradita – Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 + 3.737
30- Rafid Topan Sucipto – QMMF Racing Team + 5.505

Moto3: Vinales dominates day one of test

As testing kicks of for the Moto2 and Moto3 classes Maverick Vinales carried on from the form he showed at the private KTM test, posting the fastest time of the day at the Ricardo Tormo circuit, Valencia.

Maverick Vinales IRTA official Moto3 test JHK Laglisse KTM

Vinales leads the way on day one
Picture via Circuit da la Comunitat Valencia @ Facebook

Vinales topped the timesheets for the first official day of testing for the Moto3 class in 2013 on his KTM JHK Laglisse machine posting a lap time of 1m 40.715. The young Spaniard was the only rider to lap under 1m41 and was faster than Jonas Folger’s pole position time for Aspar at the Valencia round last season.

Luis Salom was second fastest despite a small crash for the Red Bull KTM Factory team, with last seasons top rookie Alex Rins third quickest aboard the Estrella Galicia.

The fastest non-Spanish rider was Zulfahmi Khairuddin the Malaysian rider placed his Factory KTM fourth in the finalised times, just over a second off Vinales pace.

Jonas Folger impressed last year when he moved to the Mapfre Aspar team midway through the season, remaining with the team for 2013 after impressing last season, the German rider, who became a father in December, kicks off testing fifth fastest.

Romano Fenati also proved to have a solid pace off the back of his rookie season and was sixth quickest for San Carlo Team Italia.

Aiming to break out of the shadows of their more famous relatives this season Alex Marquez, younger brother of MotoGP rookie Marc, was tenth on day one for Estrella Galicia with whom he had several wild-card rides last year, while Issac Vinales, cousin to Maverick, was 11th at his new team Bimbo Ongetta Centro Seta.

Female rider and team mate to Vinales Ana Carrasco had a storming debut finishing the day 12th fastest ahead of many familiar names while reportedly only running a customer bike for 2013.

British rider Danny Webb was 15th after moving from Mahindra to Ambrogio Racing, fellow countryman John McPhee was 24th for Caretta.

Full Day 1 Result:

1- Maverick Vinales – JHK T-Shirt LaGlisse 1’40.715
2- Luis Salom – Red Bull KTM Ajo Factory Team + 0.156
3- Alex Rins – Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 + 0.589
4- Zulfahmi Khairuddin – Red Bull KTM Ajo Factory Team + 1.073
5- Jonas Folger – Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3 + 1.378
6- Romano Fenati – San Carlo Team Italia + 1.717
7- Jakub Kornfeil – Redox RW Racing GP + 1.745
8- Efren Vazquez – Mahindra Racing – Mahindra 1.872
9- Arthur Sissis – Red Bull KTM Ajo Factory Team + 1.975
10- Alex Marquez – Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 + 2.252
11- Isaac Vinales – Bimbo Ongetta Centro Seta + 2.260
12- Ana Carrasco – JHK T-Shirt LaGlisse +2.322
13- Brad Binder – Ambrogio Racing + 2.414
14- Jack Miller – Caretta Technology RTG + 2.451
15- Danny Webb – Ambrogio Racing + 2.463
16- Matteo Ferrari – Ongetta Centro Seta + 2.464
17- Lorenzo Baldassarri – Go & Fun Gresini Moto3 + 2.733
18- Juanfran Guevara – CIP Moto + 3.032
19- Toni Finsterbusch – Kiefer Racing + 2.848
20- Niklas Ajo – Avant Tecno + 2.879
21- Alan Techer – CIP Moto + 3.032
22- Jasper Iwema – RW Racing GP + 3.185
23- Eric Granado – Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3 + 3.222
24- John McPhee – Caretta Technology RTG + 3.311
25- Livio Loi – Marc VDS Racing Team + 3.469
26- Philipp Ottl – Paddock TT Motion Events + 3.469
27- Miguel Oliveira – Mahindra Racing + 3.642
28- Florian Alt – Kiefer Racing + 3.957
29- Francesco Bagnaia – San Carlo Team Italia + 4.257
30- Alexis Masbou – Ongetta Rivacold + 4.515
31- Hyuga Watanabe – Team La Fonte Tasca Racing + 6.540
32- Alessandro Tonucci – Team La Fonte Tasca Racing + 26.232