Aragon GP: M2: Warmup times

Pos Rider Nat Team Motorcycle Time Gap To 1st --- ---------------------- --- ------------------------------ ------------ ------------ ------- ------- 1. Andrea Iannone I Fimmco ...

Aragon GP: M2: Warmup times

Pos Rider Nat Team Motorcycle Time Gap To 1st --- ---------------------- --- ------------------------------ ------------ ------------ ------- ------- 1. Andrea Iannone I Fimmco Speed Up Speed Up 1:55.503 2. Toni Elias E Gresini Racing Moto2 Moriwaki 1:55.572 0.069 0.069 3. Alex De Angelis RSM JIR Moto2 Motobi 1:55.844 0.272 0.341 4. Simone Corsi I JIR Moto2 Motobi 1:56.229 0.385 0.726 5. Gabor Talmacsi H Fimmco Speed Up Speed Up 1:56.240 0.011 0.737 6. Kev Coghlan GB Monlau Joey Darcey FTR 1:56.296 0.056 0.793 7. Claudio Corti I Forward Racing Suter 1:56.358 0.062 0.855 8. Julian Simon E Mapfre Aspar Team Suter 1:56.425 0.067 0.922 9. Scott Redding GB Marc VDS Racing Team Suter 1:56.441 0.016 0.938 10. Yuki Takahashi J Tech 3 Racing Tech 3 1:56.480 0.039 0.977 11. Hector Faubel E Marc VDS Racing Team Suter 1:56.634 0.154 1.131 12. Karel Abraham CZ Cardion AB Motoracing FTR 1:56.879 0.245 1.376 13. Michele Pirro I Gresini Racing Moto2 Moriwaki 1:56.959 0.080 1.456 14. Thomas Luthi CH Interwetten Moriwaki Moto2 Moriwaki 1:56.975 0.016 1.472 15. Yonny Hernandez COL Blusens-STX BQR-Moto2 1:57.099 0.124 1.596 16. Sergio Gadea E Tenerife 40 Pons Pons Kalex 1:57.136 0.037 1.633 17. Stefan Bradl D Viessmann Kiefer Racing Suter 1:57.191 0.055 1.688 18. Alex Baldolini I Caretta Technology Race Dept I.C.P. 1:57.192 0.001 1.689 19. Kenny Noyes USA Jack & Jones by A.Banderas Promoharris 1:57.270 0.078 1.767 20. Roberto Rolfo I Italtrans S.T.R. Suter 1:57.308 0.038 1.805 21. Dominique Aegerter CH Technomag-CIP Suter 1:57.334 0.026 1.831 22. Santiago Hernandez COL Matteoni CP Racing Moriwaki 1:57.343 0.009 1.840 23. Raffaele De Rosa I Tech 3 Racing Tech 3 1:57.343 0.000 1.840 24. Ricard Cardus E Maquinza-SAG Team Bimota 1:57.386 0.043 1.883 25. Roman Ramos E MIR Racing MIR Racing 1:57.392 0.006 1.889 26. Jules Cluzel F Forward Racing Suter 1:57.429 0.037 1.926 27. Mattia Pasini I Vector Kiefer Racing Suter 1:57.448 0.019 1.945 28. Ratthapark Wilairot T Thai Honda PTT Singha SAG Bimota 1:57.579 0.131 2.076 29. Mike Di Meglio F Mapfre Aspar Team Suter 1:57.617 0.038 2.114 30. Alex Debon E Aeroport de Castello - Ajo FTR 1:57.647 0.030 2.144 31. Axel Pons E Tenerife 40 Pons Pons Kalex 1:57.692 0.045 2.189 32. Valentin Debise F WTR San Marino Team ADV 1:58.236 0.544 2.733 33. Anthony West AUS MZ Racing Team MZ-RE Honda 1:58.542 0.306 3.039 34. Joan Olive E Jack & Jones by A.Banderas Promoharris 1:58.591 0.049 3.088 35. Robertino Pietri VEN Italtrans S.T.R. Suter 1:58.731 0.140 3.228 36. Yannick Guerra E Holiday Gym G22 Moriwaki 1:58.956 0.225 3.453 37. Kazuki Watanabe J Racing Team Germany Suter 1:59.230 0.274 3.727 38. Mashel Al Naimi Q Blusens-STX BQR-Moto2 1:59.516 0.286 4.013 39. Fonsi Nieto E Holiday Gym G22 Moriwaki 2:00.215 0.699 4.712 40. Niccolo Canepa I Bimota - M Racing Bimota 2:01.335 1.120 5.832

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