MotoGP Round 18 Results & Round 19 TV Times

 

With the 2019 MotoGP champion, Marc Marquez starting from 11th on the grid, Fabio Quartararo racking up his fifth pole position of the season and Valentino Rossi putting in some scorching practice times, the Sepang GP could have been anyone's race right from the off. It was Yamaha's Maverick Vinales that took the lead and settled into the kind of pace that we haven't seen since the start of his rookie year at Yamaha. Despite the best attempts of Marquez in second, and Dovizioso in third, Vinales held on to the lead to score his second win this season. Britain's Cal Crutchlow failed to finish the race.

In Moto2, it was the younger Marquez brother's turn to step into the spotlight, securing the championship, despite the race win going to South African Brad Binder. With Tom Luthi following close behind in third, the fight for second and third in the championship will go to the final race. Britain's Jake Dixon finished in seventeenth place while Sam Lowes failed to finish.

In Moto3, 2019 Champion Lorenzo Dalla Porta reaffirmed his position by securing his third straight win of the season, his fourth in total, ahead of rookie Sergio Garcia (who secured his first podium) and Jaume Masia. Britain's John McPhee finished in seventh place to cement his position in the championship table.

 

MotoGP Results – Sepang

Pos

Rider

Team

Time

1

Maverick Vinales (SPA)

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP

40'14.632

2

Marc Marquez (SPA)

Repsol Honda Team

+3.059

3

Andrea Dovizioso (ITA)

Ducati Team

+5.611

4

Valentino Rossi (ITA)

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP

+5.965

5

Alex Rins (SPA)

Team Suzuki Ecstar

+6.350

Fastest Race Lap – Valentino Rossi – Lap 3 - 1'59.661

 

Moto2 Results – Sepang

Pos

Rider

Team

Time

1

Brad Binder (RSA)

Red Bull KTM Ajo

38'07.843

2

Alex Marquez (SPA)

EG 0,0 Marc VDS

+0.758

3

Thomas Luthi (SWI)

Dynavolt Intact GP

+2.683

4

Xavi Vierge (SPA)

EG 0,0 Marc VDS

+6.646

5

Jorge Navarro (SPA)

Beta Tools Speed Up

+7.114

Fastest Race Lap – Alex Marquez – Lap 2 – 2'05.860

 

Moto3 Results – Sepang

Pos

Rider

Team

Time

1

Lorenzo Dalla Porta (ITA)

Leopard Racing

38'01.335

2

Sergio Garcia (SPA)

Estrella Galicia 0,0

+0.410

3

Jaume Masia (SPA)

Mugen Race

+0.803

4

Ai Ogura (JPN)

Honda Team Asia

+0.885

5

Celestino Vietti (ITA)

SKY Racing Team VR46

+0.902

Fastest Race Lap –Marcos Ramirez – Lap 3 – 2'12.845

 

 

Here's how the all-important tables stand heading into the final round:

MOTOGP Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Marc Marquez

Honda

395

-

-

2

Andrea Dovizioso

Ducati

256

139

139

3

Maverick Viñales (↑1)

Yamaha

201

55

194

4

Alex Rins (↓1)

Suzuki

194

7

201

5

Danilo Petrucci

Ducati

176

18

219

6

Fabio Quartararo

Yamaha

172

4

223

7

Valentino Rossi

Yamaha

166

6

229

8

Jack Miller

Ducati

149

17

246

9

Cal Crutchlow

Honda

133

16

262

10

Franco Morbidelli

Yamaha

115

18

280

 

MOTO2 Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Alex Marquez

Kalex

262

-

-

2

Brad Binder (↑1)

KTM

234

28

28

3

Thomas Luthi (↓1)

Kalex

230

4

32

4

Jorge Navarro

Speed Up

210

20

52

5

Augusto Fernandez

Kalex

197

13

65

6

Luca Marini

Kalex

182

15

80

7

Lorenzo Baldassarri

Kalex

171

11

91

8

Marcel Schrotter

Kalex

137

34

125

9

Fabio Di Giannantonio

Speed Up

101

36

161

10

Enea Bastianini

Kalex

95

6

167

 

MOTO3 Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Lorenzo Dalla Porta

Honda

279

 

 

2

Aaron Canet

KTM

190

89

89

3

Tony Abolino

Honda

175

15

104

4

Marcos Ramirez

Honda

174

1

105

5

John McPhee

Honda

156

18

123

6

Niccolo Antonelli

Honda

128

28

151

7

Celestino Vietti

KTM

127

1

152

8

Jaume Masia (↑1)

KTM

121

6

158

9

Tatsuki Suzuki (↓1)

Honda

111

10

168

10

Albert Arenas

KTM

108

3

171

 

MOTOE Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Matteo Ferrari

Energica

72

-

-

2

Hector Garzo

Energica

53

19

19

3

Bradley Smith

Energica

48

5

24

4

Mike Di Meglio

Energica

47

1

25

5

Xavier Simeon

Energica

45

2

27

6

Niccolo Canepa

Energica

36

9

36

7

Jesko Raffin

Energica

32

4

40

8

Niki Tuuli

Energica

26

6

46

9

Mattia Casadei

Energica

24

2

48

10

Sete Gibernau

Energica

24

0

48

 

MotoGP [ Valencia ] - Weekend TV times | BikeSocial

Last year's Valencia GP saw Dani Pedrosa's last ever race - shame it rained!

 

As usual, the season finale is held at the Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo, a 2.49 mile (4.0km) circuit with nine left-hand and five right-hand corners and a 2874ft (0.876km) straight.

The all-time circuit record currently belongs to Jorge Lorenzo with a qualifying time of 1'29.401 from 2016.

Live coverage of all the Free Practice sessions, qualifying and racing is split between BT Sport 2 on Friday and BT Sport 1 on Saturday and Sunday with highlights on Monday evening on free-to-air Quest.

MotoGP – Valencia TV Times

All times are UK GMT.

Friday 15th November 2019

MotoGP Films: Level 7 Marquez

06:15 – 07:45

BT Sport 2

LIVE - Free Practice 1 & 2 – All classes inc. MotoE

07:45 – 16:15

BT Sport 2

 

Saturday 16th November 2019

Day 1 Highlights

06:45 – 07:45

BT Sport 1

LIVE - Free Practice 3 – All Classes

08:00 – 11:00

BT Sport 1

LIVE - Qualifying

11:00 – 15:00

BT Sport 1

LIVE - MotoE  Race 1

15:00 – 16:00

BT Sport 1

 

Sunday 17th November 2019

LIVE - Warm-Up

07:15 – 08:45

BT Sport 1

LIVE – MotoE Race 2

08:45 – 09:30

BT Sport 1

LIVE - Moto3 Race

09:30 – 11:00

BT Sport 1

LIVE - Moto2 Race

11:00 – 13:00

BT Sport 1

LIVE - MotoGP Race

12:30 – 14:00

BT Sport 1

Chequered Flag Analysis

14:00 – 14:30

BT Sport 1

MotoGP Race

20:00 – 21:00

BT Sport 2

Chequered Flag Analysis

21:00 – 21:30

BT Sport 2

 

Monday 18th November 2019

Highlights

18:00 – 19:00

23:00 – 00:00

Quest

 

Photos: www.photoPSP.com/FIM/MotoGP.com

 

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