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10.50 appointment at 13.30 with FP4. Greetings from the OA Sport Editorial Team.

10.47 Ducati whose time-attack strength has been confirmed and this could mark a limit for Quartararo who would have to manage this series of many Reds up front. It is important to note, however, what FP4 will tell us from 13.30.

10.45 Great performance by Ducatis with five bikes in front of everyone: Miller best with a time of 1:46.992, 30K ahead of Bagnaia, 56 Bezzecchi, 65 Bastianini and 90 Martin. Five pilots in less than ten! Quartararo comes in at 0.266 and is eighth with Yamaha, while among the top 10 and in Q1 is Marc Marquez (12th) and Aleix Espargaró (11th).

10.43 Below is the updated time order:

POS # Rider the difference

1

43

J. Miller

1: 46.992

2

63

F. BAGNAIA

+0.030

3

72

M

+0.056

4

23

Which. Bastianini

+0.065

5

89

J. Martin

+0.090.0000

6

33

B bound.

+0.175

7

88

M. olivera

+0.232.0000

8

20

F. Quartarro

+0.266.0000.00

9

30

T Nakagami

+0.274.0000

10

42

A. Rains

+0.280.0000

Chess science!!!

10.40 Ducati Show! Bagnaia moves into second at 0.030 from Miller, ahead of Bezzecchi (+0.056) and Bastianini (+0.065). Five ducats in front of everyone with Miller leading the way! Quartaro is eighth at 0.266, while Marc Marquez is 12th at 0.437.

10.38 Martin moves into second at 0.090 from Miller, while Bender is third at 0.175 and soon after stretching. Marc Marquez is 23 at 1,466.

10.37 Nakagami improves his observations and moves to fourth at 0.274, but there are many drivers to improve.

10.36 We are preparing for the last attack.

10.34 Below is the updated order of times:

POS # Rider the difference

1

43

J. Miller

1: 46.992

2

33

B bound.

+0.207.0000

3

20

F. Quartarro

+0.266.0000.00

4

63

F. BAGNAIA

+0.336

5

89

J. Martin

+0.411.0000

6

42

A. Rains

+0.540

7

30

T Nakagami

+0.557.0000

8

23

Which. Bastianini

+0.560.0000

9

10

El Marini

+0.566.0000.00

10

73

a. Marquis

+0.630

10.31 Bagnaia, having risked falling on the first try, recovers and gets the fourth time at 0.336, right behind Quartararo. Ottavo Bastianini at 0.560 from the top.

10.28 Jack Miller leads in front of everyone with a soft pair in 1:46.992 to lead the Binder by 0.207 with KTM and 0.266 in Quartararo.

10.27 Quartararo is now fifth at 0.227 from the top, while Bastianini is seventh at 0.381. Bagnaia has also been launched.

10.26 The time attack starts with Martin taking the lead with a time of 1: 47.403 ahead with 0.146 nakagami and 0.360 mire.

10.25 Nakagami improves with a time of 1:47.549, ahead of 0.214 mir and 0.406 bezeki.

10.23 Nakagami gently in the back moves upward with a time of 1:47.703 before the mir 60 bps 0.252P.

10.22 Below is the updated order of times:

POS # Rider the difference

1

36

J. Mir

1: 47.763

2

72

M

+0.192.0000

3

49

Wow Gianantoni

+0.432.0000

4

41

a. asparagus

+0.528.0000

5

42

A. Rains

+0.537

6

20

F. Quartarro

+0.608.0000.00

7

43

J. Miller

+0.617

8

93

M. Marquis

+0.695

9

33

B bound.

+0.765

10

5

J.ZARCO

+0.769

10.20 Bastianini and Bagnaia are somewhat behind in the 15th and 16th places. To understand the work they do with used tires.

10.18 Watch out! Marc Marquez crashed turn 7. No consequences for the Spaniard, with the Iberian quickly brought to the pits. Classic loss of the front part.

10.17 Mer reaches the top with a time of 1: 47.763, preceded by 0.192 Pesese and 0.432 Di Giannantonio.

10.14 Rins and Mir move into fourth and fifth positions at 0.351 and 0.404. Quartararo climbed to sixth, while Bagnaia ranked 14th at 0.805. My Suzuki will probably run on new (medium) tyres.

10.12 Quartararo is really impressive: 1:48.371 for Fabio and fourth time at 0.416 from the top.

10.11 Below is the updated order of times:

POS # Rider the difference

1

72

M

1: 47.955

2

49

Wow Gianantoni

+0.240

3

41

a. asparagus

+0.336

4

43

J. Miller

+0.425

5

20

F. Quartarro

+0.431

6

40

D. Binder

+0.631

7

36

J. Mir

+0.637

8

30

T Nakagami

+0.644

9

88

M. olivera

+0.662.0000

10

42

A. Rains

+0.673

10.09. Great pace for Quartararo who is now fifth at 0.431, but continues to ring steady at a low of 1:48.

10.08 Bagnaia continues to improve and is 12 at 0.805 and Bastianini 13 at 0.827.

10.07 In all this, Marc Marquez played a wild card in the last sector, risking a fall, the twelfth at 0.831.

10.06 Improves Bagnaia who climbed to 13th at 0.968 from the top, just ahead of Bastianini.

10.04 Meanwhile, several drivers arrive with good times: Di Giannantonio is second at 0.240 ahead of Quartararo (+0.463).

10.03 Quartararo improved and reached 0.463 Bezzecchi, while Bagnaia took 19th place at 1.676. I start quietly for Pecco.

10.01 Marc Marquez unleashed a pair of averages: 1:48.786 ahead of 0.210 quartaro and 0.220 mer, but Bezzecchi is on fire and takes in front of everyone in a great run of 1:47.955.

10.00 Bezzecchi takes the lead with a time of 1:49.585, ahead of 0.411 Marc Marquez and 0.431 Quartararo. Slow tour of Bagnaia.

9.59 Marc Marquez starts strong with a time of 1:49.996 to beat Quartararo by 20pp.

9.57 Everyone on the track with Bagnaia (two mediums), Bastianini (medium/soft) and Quartararo (two mediums). Marc Marquez on the track with two averages.

9.55 Go to FP3!!!

9.52 Looking at the manufacturers, it is clear that Aragon prefers Honda, which has won 7 times, with three different racers. On the other hand, Yamaha’s claims are 3, while it counts 2 for Ducati and 1 for Suzuki.

9.49 It is interesting to note the Italians’ connection to the Aragonese track, which until 2020 was a real taboo for Centaur Bill Paese, often on the podium, but never at the top. The music has changed since the Teruel 2020 GP, won by Franco Morbidelli, which was followed by the success of Francesco Bagnaia in 2021. So after setting the pace for a decade, Italy has opened up a series of back-to-back pronouncements!

9.46 The thirteen valid World Cup races held so far in Aragon have had seven different winners. The greatest translator on the racetrack is undoubtedly Marc Marquez, who has climbed to the height of 5 affirmations, four of them in a row (2013, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019).

9.43 The Cervera champ wouldn’t be able to look forward to the front row, but if he were to find the perfect lap (maybe even with a good wake in T4) it would unlock the really important scenarios.

9.40 Marc Marquez Objective is back after more than three months of hiatus and thus far from top level, yet Aragon is one of his favorite tracks and the lap time arrives almost effortlessly, despite Honda’s flaws.

9.37 Top5 goal is also within reach for Aprilia Maverick Vinales and Alex Espargaro, as the latter was unable to put together a clean lap in yesterday’s time attack in FP2.

9.34 There will be at least a 5/6 Ducati contending for the top spots, with Francesco Bagnaia, Ina Bastianini, Jorge Martin, Johann Zarco, Jack Miller and Luca Marini who have shown excellent one-lap potential in free training.

9.31 Diablo, the championship leader, should limit the damage this weekend in an unfavorable context for his Yamaha, so he is called upon to perform flawlessly in qualifying so as not to get stuck in traffic at the start of the race.

9.28 As we saw yesterday in FP2, a fight between Ducatis and Fabio Quartararo is expected, without underestimating Aprilia and a real crazy variant responding to the name Marc Marquez.

9.25 comparison can see insertions. The Aprilia bikes have proven to be particularly well suited in terms of consistency and there is Inna Bastianini who, at Ducati Gresini Racing, wants to stun and compete for first place. In all of this, we can’t forget the Marc Marquez who impressed Honda yesterday.

9.22 Good pointers, from this point of view, also came from Yamaha for the championship leader, but it’s essential to understand the margins Fabio will have compared to Bagnaia.

9.19 The need for Pecco was to understand tires better in light of Sunday’s race.

9.16 World Challenge between Fabio Quartararo and Francesco Bagnaia holds the bench. The Ducati rider didn’t care much about his times yesterday, trying to improve his feel with the red.

9.13 There is expected to be a very intense day on the Spanish track and the final outcome of the time attack is very uncertain.

9.10 Hello and welcome back to LIVE LIVE for free practice 3-4 and qualifying for the Aragon GP, ​​round 15 of the 2022 MotoGP World Championships.

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Hello and welcome again Live broadcast from Freestyle 3-4 and qualifying for the Aragon GP, ​​Round 15 of the 2022 MotoGP World Championship. A particularly intense day is expected on the Spanish track and the final outcome of the time attack is very uncertain.

The global challenge between Fabio Quartararo and Francesco Bagnaia grabs the podium. The Ducati rider didn’t care much about his times yesterday, trying to improve his feel with the red. Pecco’s need was to understand tires better in light of Sunday’s race. Good indications, from that point of view, also came from Yamaha for the championship leader, but we need to understand the margins Fabio will make compared to Bagnaia.

Compare you can see the insertions. Aprilia has proven to be particularly suitable in terms of consistency and there Enea Bastianini Who, at Ducati Gresini Racing, wants to stun and be in the race for first place. In all this, there can be forgotten Marc Marquez Which impressed Honda yesterday.

Brought to you by OA Sport Live broadcast of Free Practice 3 and Qualification for the Aragon GP, ​​Round 15 of the 2022 MotoGP World Championship: Real-time news and constant updates. It starts at 09.55 for FP3, while FP4 starts at 13.30 before qualifying from 14.10. Good fun!

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