Moto GP.  Bezzecchi takes pole, the French Quartararo and Zarco will start on the second row

Moto GP. Bezzecchi takes pole, the French Quartararo and Zarco will start on the second row

This, few had seen it coming! this saturday 1Ahem In October, Italian rookie Marco Bezzecchi took the first pole position of his career at the Buriram International Circuit in Thailand.

A breathless end to the session.

In his first season in MotoGP, the Italian bravely bet on setting a canonical time, the circuit’s absolute record of 1’29”671. At the same time, he becomes the 10th driver to take a pole position this season. Symbol that this MotoGP 2022-2023 exercise promises to be undecided until the end.

From the start of Q2, the Ducatis were one step above. First it was Jorge Martin. The Spaniard, a teammate of Johann Zarco, quickly showed that he had something to his credit this Saturday. But Francesco Bagnaia, although he was not happy at the beginning of the session, revealed himself four minutes from the end.

The last three minutes of the second qualifying session were intense with a triple change of poleman where Jorge Martín held the circuit record just a few seconds away.

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Thus, the front row will be formed by Bezzecchi ahead of Martin (1’29”692) and Bagnaia (1’29”775). The French Fabio Quartararo (1’29”909) and Johann Zarco (1’29”963), fourth and fifth, will be in the second row accompanied by the Italian Enea Bastianini (Ducati). Promise a show tomorrow!

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Saturday, October 1, 2022

MotoGP – Thai Grand Prix


Rating Classification:

1. Marco Bezzecchi

2. Jorge Martin

3. Francesco Bagnaia

4. Fabio Quartararo

5. Juan Zarco

6. Enea Bastianini

7. Jack Miller

8. Marc Marquez

9. Luca Marini

10. Alex Rins

11. Miguel Oliveira

12. Brad Folder

13. Aleix Espargaro

14. Franco Morbidelli

15. Cal Crutchlow

16. Raul Fernandez

17. Maverick Vinales

18. Remy Gardner

19. Pol Espargaro

20. Alex Marquez

21. Fabio DiGiannantonio

22. Tetsuda Nagashima

23. Darin Folder

24. Danilo Petrucci

Saturday, October 1, 2022


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I am very happy with this qualifying because I was a bit upset after the first practice, I had problems with the rear tyre. I tried to push, it’s the best possible result and I’m ready for tomorrow.

-Francesco Bagnaia, third on the grid on Sunday.


I honestly didn’t realize I was on pole position until I got here (in Parc Fermé). I tried to look on the screens but with the sun I couldn’t. But I knew my timing was good. The team did an amazing job, so it’s fantastic. Now the goal is to have a good race.

-Marco Bezzecchi poleman of the day.


I think we have been competitive since the beginning of the weekend, the speed is good, we still have to decide the rear tire for the race. The rating was good, I gave it my all. In the last race I made a mistake. We’ll see it tomorrow.

-Jorge Martín, second on the grid on Sunday.


The classification of Q2:

1. Marco Bezzecchi

2. Jorge Martin

3. Francesco Bagnaia

4. Fabio Quartararo

5. Juan Zarco

6. Enea Bastianini

7. Jack Miller

8. Marc Marquez

9. Luca Marini

10. Alex Rins

11. Miguel Oliveira

12. Brad Folder


🏁 Bezzecchi with his time of 1’29”671 signs his first pole position in MotoGP.


Marco Bezzecchi does it even better!


Best time for Jorge Martín who wins the record.


We see Jack Miller take off his gloves at his box. A technical problem on his Ducati?


Two minutes from the end, the Italian sets a time of 1’29”775.


Francesco Bagnaia on pole!


Most of the drivers set off for their second race.


Fabio Quartararo returns to the pits, currently third behind Zarco and Martín.


Marc Márquez is currently 6th. He seems to have opted for a worn tire to preserve himself for the second race.


Francesco Bagnaia is only ninth at the moment, he starts behind the other drivers.


Fabio Quartararo loses a lot in the first sector with the longest straight on the circuit.


P2-10: Great improvement of Jorge Martín who passes in 1’29”893. He also falls below 1’30 ” Johann Zarco, in second position.


Fabio Quartararo improves in 1’30”166.


Interesting first time for Jack Miller in 1’30”270.


The last poleman on the Chang international circuit is Fabio Quartararo with 1’29”719. This is the record in the category.


Q2 – 15: let’s go for Q2.


We’ll see if it’s still nice and warm. We will try to stay focused and manage, if it rains it will allow us to save energy, but the goal is the front row to have the maximum chance of a podium on Sunday.

-Johann Zarco, at the Canal+ microphone.



Fabio Quartararo has not achieved a pole position since the 2022 Indonesian Grand Prix at the start of the season, that is 14 races. This is the longest series of races for the French driver without pole position.


It will be difficult, there are Ducatis in front, Marc is very fast. We’ll see. As always we will give the maximum, try to aim at the first line and to the maximum make a second line.

-Fabio Quartararo, at the Canal+ microphone.


The classification of Q1:

1. Marc Marquez

2. Miguel Oliveira

3. Aleix Espargaro

4. Franco Morbidelli

5. Cal Crutchlow

6. Raul Fernandez

7. Maverick Vinales

8. Remy Gardner

9. Pol Espargaro

10. Alex Marquez

11. Fabio Di Giannantonio

12. Tetsuda Nagashima

13. Darin Folder

14. Danilo Petrucci


The Spaniard passes in 1’30”038. Aleix Espargaró, therefore, fails in Q1.


🏁 Marc Márquez and Miguel Oliveira advance to Q2!


Q1 – 2′: Aleix Espargaró signs the best time of the weekend in 1’30”202!


Q1 – 4′: Marc Márquez’s stopwatch does not move. Aleix Espargaró will make a second attempt to try to take his place in Q2.


The Brit does business with fellow Yamaha rider Fabio Quartararo by potentially excluding Espargaró, one of the title contenders, from Q2.


Q1 – 8′: Cal Crutchlow set a good time and took second place from the Spanish.


Q1 – 9′: Aleix Espargaró moved up to 2nd in 1’30”6.


1Q – 11′: Marc Márquez signs the first reference time in 1’30”343.


15′: Start of Q1! Marc Márquez, one of the first to start


The result of free practice session 4:

1. Zarco

2. miller

3. Bezzecchi

4. Folder B.

5. Martin

6. Morbidelli

7. Quartararo

8. Rinses

9. Bastianini

10. Oliveira

11. Crutchlow

12. Punctuation

13. Bagnaia

14. Espargaro A.

15. marina

16. Vinales

17. Espargaro P.

18. Gardener

19. Fernandez


21. Di Giannantonio

22. Mark A.


I am very happy to have tested the Suzuki GSX-RR. I was so nervous because, you know, the bike is unlike anything he’s ever ridden in the past. But it is such a beautiful bike that I really enjoyed it. The truth is that I did not expect the bike to be so good. Of course, it’s all very difficult because the other guys are going very, very fast, and I still have to figure out how to ride this bike and adapt my riding style to it, but I’m very happy and I didn’t expect not to. be so fast from the start.

-Danilo Petrucci, after the first session on Friday.


This weekend highlights the return of the Italian Danilo Petrucci to replace Joan Mir. The former Ducati and KTM rider stepped onto the handlebars of the GSX-RR for the first time.


ESL4 – 9′: Johann Zarco takes the lead


ESL4 – 18′: Jack Miller takes control and goes under 1’31”


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ESL4 – 21′: Jorge Martin takes the lead


ESL4 – 23′: Miller leads final practice

The Australian is currently leading the final free practice session of the weekend. He is ahead of Johann Zarco, who has been comfortable on the Thai track since the start of the weekend.


Jorge Martín, leader of free practice 3

The Spaniard outpaced three other Ducati’s in the third free practice session.
He set a time of 1’30”205 ahead of Jack Miller (+0.012) and Johann Zarco (+0.076).
The Italian Francesco Bagnaia, who hopes to recover part of the 18 points that separate him from the world leader Fabio Quartararo, four races from the end, completes the Ducati group shot and is ahead of the Frenchman who is 11 thousandths behind the Italian.
Marc Márquez (Honda) and Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), eleventh and fourteenth respectively, will have to go through Q2.

The top 10 classified directly for Q2:
1. Jorge Martin (ESP/Ducati-Pramac) in 1’30”205
2. Jack Miller (AUS/Ducati) at 0.012
3. Johann Zarco (FRA/Ducati-Pramac) 0.076
4. Francesco Bagnaia (ITA/Ducati) 0.094
5. Fabio Quartararo (FRA/Yamaha) 0.105
6. Brad Binder (AFS/KTM) 0.200
7. Alex Rins (ESP/Suzuki) 0.239
8. Enea Bastianini (ITA/Ducati-Gresini) 0.287
9. Marco Bezzecchi (ITA/Ducati-VR46) 0.308
10. Luca Marini (ITA/Ducati-VR46) 0.311
11. Marc Marquez (ESP/Honda) 0.318

14. Aleix Espargaro (ESP/Aprilia) 0.626


🏍️ Hello everyone and welcome to this direct to follow the rankings of the Thai MotoGP Grand Prix. The first session will start at 10:05 am

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