Yamaha domain with Quartararo lowering the record already in FP1

Spectacular start of the M1 in Sepang, with the Frenchman at the forefront and the first exchange rate, reducing the 2015 Pedrosa schedule by 26 thousandths.


Great first appearance of the MotoGP in the Sepang circuit, with track record already included in the FP1, something almost never seen, and open declaration of intentions of Yamaha, with three of its riders in front of the time table. The fastest of all has been a Quartararo that with its 1: 59.027 has lowered to the first of change the 1: 59.053 of Pedrosa in 2015 that appeared as a record. Of course, during the preseason the MotoGP has been seen on this track with even better times of 1:58, and it looks like in this Malaysian GP they can be given again

In this year's test there were up to six riders who shot in 1:58, Petrucci 1: 58.239 last February 8 being the fastest lap on two wheels to Sepang. Let the reference data serve, because as the competition in Yamaha has been seen tight, whipping each other, they seem to have no roof here, although that also seemed like it in Australia and there ended up winning Marquez ... In Malaysia, So far, Quartararo is in the lead with 83 thousandths advantage over his teammate Morbidelli and 0.191 compared to a Maverick who is seen to have turned the page to his fall from Phillip Island.

The first not Yamaha in the time table has been the Honda de Márquez, which has remained at 0.490 of the head in a session in which it has left several strokes to highlight. One of them has been negative, because its RC213V has stopped after a quarter of an hour to start. The beautiful thing for the eye has been another brutal save in the cuva 5, on the left, in which it has touched the entire left rear profile of his motorcycle. That happened five minutes later and a little earlier left Lorenzo a tremendous ax, which he released from his wheel in a curve.

Complete the first ten places with provisional access to Q2: Dovizioso, Rins, Aleix, Rossi, Crutchlow and Miller. Outside of them are for the moment Mir (11th), Pol (14th) and Lorenzo (18th). He has not been on the track, because he causes a loss for this GP due to an injury to his right hand, Tito Rabat.

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