Moto3 Silverstone Warm Up: Deniz Öncü is invited to the game

Diogo Moreira qualified on pole position for the first time in his Grand Prix career. He is the first Brazilian to qualify on pole position in 125cc/Moto3. He will try to get on the podium for the first time in Moto3. This is KTM’s second Moto3 pole position at Silverstone with Maverick Viñales in 2013. Only three riders have won from pole at Silverstone in Moto3 since 2012: Maverick Viñales (2012) on an FTR-Honda, Alex Rins (2014 ) on a Honda and Romano Fenati (2021) on a Husqvarna.

Second in the championship, Izan Guevara ranked in second place, which is the seventh time since the beginning of the year that it has ranked in the top three (and the fourth time in a row). He has been on the podium on the last four occasions, including three wins. He will be looking to become the first rider to take seven consecutive Moto3 podiums since Brad Binder in 2016.

Ryusei Yamanaka ranked third, which is the first time he has been ranked among the top three. He will try to get his first podium in Moto3. After going through Q1, Riccardo Rossi he qualified fourth, matching his best qualifying result since the start of the season in Argentina where he finished P4, which is also his best result of the year so far.

Stefano Nepa fifth place, his best qualifying result since fourth place at the Catalunya GP last year. Third in the championship Dennis Foggia he qualified seventh, his worst result since finishing 12th in Portugal earlier this year. He will try to win for the second time this year, with Indonesia. Finished P3 last year at Silverstone in Moto3.

After passing Q1, the championship leader, Sergio Garciaranked 11th, which is the third time since the start of this year that he has failed to finish in the top nine, including in Austin (where he crashed and retired) and Assen (where he finish P3). .

What will await us this class warm-up session at Silverstone? Before answering that question, here is the table summarizing the known facts so far.

Silverstone Moto3™




2’12.196 Romano Fenati

2’12.868 Sergio Garcia


2’11.334 Romano Fenati

2’10.939 John McPhee


2’10.619 Romano Fenati

2’10.713 Tatsuki Suzuki


2’11.713 Gabriel Rodrigo

2’11.458 Riccardo Rossi


2’11.325 Romano Fenati

2’10.951 Diogo Moreira


2’11.779 Romano Fenati

2’11.299 Deniz Oncu


Fenati, Antonelli, Foggia


2’10.619 Romano Fenati (2021)

It’s 18° in the air and 28° on the track: a race on Sunday where the sun will be there all day

It has been missing for 10 minutes

This is Guevara which signs the reference time in 2.12.845s. he is ahead Ogden and Suzuki.

foggy quickly goes on the offensive with a time of 2.11.882s. imitate him with effort Oncu, Guevara, Moreira polem i tuff

A session that unfolds under the watchful eye of Quartararo…

where takes control of the finish in 2.11.299s ahead Fernández, Foggia, Yamanaka and Toba.

end of session, where fastest in 2.11.299 s ahead Foggia and Muñoz.

Moto3 Silverstone Warm Up: lap times ranking credit

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