MotoGP Germany: Bagnaia Victorious After Late Martin Mistake

Round nine of the 2024 MotoGP season takes the series to the Sachsenring. Francesco Bagnaia won MotoGP Germany after Jorge Martin crashed from the lead

Francesco Bagnaia leads 2024 MotoGP German Sprint. - Gold and Goose
Francesco Bagnaia leads 2024 MotoGP German Sprint. - Gold and Goose

MotoGP heads to the Sachsenring this weekend for the German Grand Prix, round nine of the 2024 season. Jorge Martin held the championship lead ahead of the weekend, but a crash on the penultimate lap while leading handed both victory and the points lead to Francesco Bagnaia.

Overview

  • Grand Prix - Bagnaia wins after Martin falls from the lead late on

  • Sprint - Martin wins from pole in processional Sachsenring Sprint

  • Qualifying - Martin takes pole position ahead of Trackhouse Aprilia pair

  • Friday Practice - Vinales fastest by a distance as Marquez crashes out of Q2

  • Schedule - Check all the times you need to keep up with the track action this weekend in Germany

  • 2023 - Jorge Martin does the double in Germany, denying Francesco Bagnaia on the final lap

Grand Prix

Francesco Bagnaia won the German Grand Prix ahead of Marc and Alex Marquez, after Jorge Martin crashed out of the lead.

Although Bagnaia took the lead on lap two, by lap 20 Martin looked to have the race under control. Bagnaia was able to lap as fast as Mattin, but for every strong lap Bagnaia had the #89 had a response.

However, Bagnaia was able to reduce his deficit to Martin to 0.5 seconds at the beginning of the penultimate lap, when Martin crashed at the first turn, handing a fourth straight MotoGP win to Bagnaia, as well as the championship lead.

Raul Fernandez, 2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose
Raul Fernandez, 2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose

Alex Marquez was in third place when Martin fell, meaning he was promoted to second. But he was soon passed by Marc Marquez at turn 12 on the penultimate lap. The #93’s journey to second had been a mostly patient one, but contact with Franco Morbidelli which set off the Spanish rider’s airbag prompted a greater attack from the eight-times champion. He held off Enea Bastianini, then went back after Morbidelli, inherited third when Martin crashed, and then passed his Gresini Ducati teammate for second soon after. Damage limitation for the 11-times Sachsenring winner, but still points lost in the championship.

Alex Marquez hung on for the podium, ahead of Enea Bastianini who got the better of Morbidelli late on for fourth. Morbidelli himself took fifth in what was his most impressive ride of the year, ahead of the first non-Ducati in Trackhouse Aprilia rider Miguel Oliveira. Pedro Acosta was the best KTM in seventh, ahead of Marco Bezzecchi, Brad Binder, and Raul Fernandez who completed the top 10. 

Full MotoGP results from the German Grand Prix are below.

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix Result

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | Grand Prix Result | Rd 9/20
PosRiderNat.MotoGP TeamMotoGP BikeTiming
1Francesco BagnaiaITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP24WIN
2Marc MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP233.804
3Alex MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP234.334
4Enea BastianiniITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP245.317
5Franco MorbidelliITAPramac RacingDucati GP245.557
6Miguel OliveiraPORTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP10.481
7Pedro AcostaESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC1614.746
8Marco BezzecchiITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP2314.930
9Brad BinderRSARed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC1615.084
10Raul FernandezESPTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP16.384
11Fabio QuartararoFRAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M117.235
12Maverick VinalesESPAprilia RacingAprila RS-GP18.865
13Jack MillerAUSRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC1625.425
14Takaaki NakagamiJAPIdemitsu Honda LCRHonda RC213V25.817
15Luca MariniITARepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V25.854
16Augusto FernandezESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC1641.495
17Johann ZarcoFRACastrol Honda LCRHonda RC213V41.952
18Joan MirESPRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V43.145
19Remy GardnerAUSMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M150.115
20Stefan BradlGERTeam HRCHonda RC213V59.047
DNFJorge MartinESPPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP24DNF
DNFFabio Di GiannantonioITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP23DNF

Sprint

Jorge Martin stormed to a first race win since the French Grand Prix in Le Mans at the Sachsenring, taking Sprint victory ahead of Miguel Oliveira.

Oliveira beat Martin to turn one at the start, but pushed them both wide, allowing Francesco Bagnaia into the lead. The Italian couldn't hold it, though, and lost out to Martin on the drive up the hill between turns eight and nine on lap two, before Oliveira came through on lap three.

Martin never really escaped, but his victory equally never really looked in doubt after taking the lead. The top four - Martin, Oliveira, Bagnaia, and Enea Bastianini - had been able to break away by half-distance, but none of them were by now able to fashion overtaking opportunities.

Jorge Martin leads Miguel Oliveria, Francesco Bagnaia, 2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix Sprint. - Gold and Goose
Jorge Martin leads Miguel Oliveria, Francesco Bagnaia, 2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix Sprint. - Gold and Goose

As a result, both of that and of the lack of mistakes among the leaders, there were no overtakes in the second half of the race, as Martin took victory by 0.676 seconds ahead of Oliveira and Bagnaia, while Bastinaini secured fourth.

Behind, over four seconds stretched out from the rear wheel of Bastianini's Ducati to the front tyre of Franco Morbidelli's in fifth, while a late move from Marc Marquez promoted him to sixth over Maverick Vinales by 0.003 seconds.

Vinales, as a result, was seventh, ahead of Brad Binder, Alex Marquez, and Marco Bezzecchi who completed the top 10.

Full MotoGP results from the Sprint in Germany are below.

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sprint

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | Sprint Result | Rd 9/20
PosRiderNat.MotoGP TeamMotoGP BikeTiming
1Jorge MartinESPPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP24WIN
2Miguel OliveiraPORTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP0.676
3Francesco BagnaiaITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241.311
4Enea BastianiniITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241.458
5Franco MorbidelliITAPramac RacingDucati GP245.600
6Marc MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP236.281
7Maverick VinalesESPAprilia RacingAprila RS-GP6.284
8Brad BinderRSARed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC169.061
9Alex MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP239.201
10Marco BezzecchiITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP2310.800
11Jack MillerAUSRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC1613.815
12Fabio Di GiannantonioITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP2313.960
13Fabio QuartararoFRAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M114.432
14Raul FernandezESPTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP15.329
15Luca MariniITARepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V15.430
16Augusto FernandezESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC1615.493
17Johann ZarcoFRACastrol Honda LCRHonda RC213V16.205
18Takaaki NakagamiJAPIdemitsu Honda LCRHonda RC213V20.321
19Stefan BradlGERTeam HRCHonda RC213V23.733
20Remy GardnerAUSMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M126.366
21Joan MirESPRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V26.668
22Pedro AcostaESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC1626.715

Qualifying

MotoGP qualifying being topped by Jorge Martin is a regular occurrence by now, and it was the case once again at the Sachsenring, where the 2023 German GP double-victor set a new lap record to take pole position.

Martin's closest challenger looked as though it was going to be Francesco Bagnaia. The winner of last week's Dutch TT was in touch with Martin's time when he clicked the third split during the second lap of his second run, but at turn 10 Maverick Vinales had crashed and brought out yellow flags, costing Bagnaia his time. Bagnaia lost another lap at the end of the session to yellows for Alex Marquez at turn five. Martin's timing, then, as well as the time itself, was key to getting pole in Germany, as the #89 was able to post his 1:19.423 before most of the yellows were brought out.

Miguel Oliveira, 2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose
Miguel Oliveira, 2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose

Behind Martin was a double front row for Trackhouse Aprilia, the first of the new team's MotoGP career. Miguel Oliveira took second place, ahead of Raul Fernandez in third. Bagnaia then was fourth, ahead of Alex Marquez and Franco Morbidelli on the second row, while Maverick Vinales ended up seventh, with Fabio Di Giannantonio and Enea Bastianini behind him on row three.

Pedro Acosta completed the qualifying top 10, ahead of Brad Binder and Marco Bezzecchi who will join him on the fourth row.

Marc Marquez missed Q2 after he was blocked by Stefan Bradl on his final lap of Q1.

Full MotoGP results from qualifying, and the pre-qualifying FP2 session in Germany are below.

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Qualifying

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | Qualifying Result | Rd 9/20
PosRiderNat.MotoGP TeamMotoGP BikeTiming
1Jorge MartinESPPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP241:19.423
2Miguel OliveiraPORTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP1:19.471
3Raul FernandezESPTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP1:19.643
4Francesco BagnaiaITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241:19.749
5Alex MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP231:19.791
6Franco MorbidelliITAPramac RacingDucati GP241:19.946
7Maverick VinalesESPAprilia RacingAprila RS-GP1:19.950
8Fabio Di GiannantonioITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP231:19.957
9Enea BastianiniITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241:19.978
10Pedro AcostaESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC161:20.348
11Brad BinderRSARed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:20.446
12Marco BezzecchiITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP231:20.713
13Marc MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP231:20.263
14Fabio QuartararoFRAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:20.310
15Augusto FernandezESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC161:20.419
16Jack MillerAUSRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:20.515
17Takaaki NakagamiJAPIdemitsu Honda LCRHonda RC213V1:20.553
18Luca MariniITARepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V1:20.565
19Johann ZarcoFRACastrol Honda LCRHonda RC213V1:20.799
20Joan MirESPRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V1:21.162
21Stefan BradlGERTeam HRCHonda RC213V1:21.270
22Remy GardnerAUSMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:21.297

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | FP2

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | FP2 Result | Rd 9/20
PosRiderNat.MotoGP TeamMotoGP BikeTiming
1Miguel OliveiraPORTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP1:20.353
2Jorge MartinESPPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP241:20.584
3Maverick VinalesESPAprilia RacingAprila RS-GP1:20.758
4Francesco BagnaiaITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241:20.804
5Marc MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP231:20.825
6Raul FernandezESPTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP1:20.961
7Enea BastianiniITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241:20.976
8Franco MorbidelliITAPramac RacingDucati GP241:20.978
9Alex MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP231:21.051
10Pedro AcostaESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC161:21.124
11Fabio QuartararoFRAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:21.141
12Luca MariniITARepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V1:21.272
13Jack MillerAUSRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:21.319
14Fabio Di GiannantonioITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP231:21.360
15Augusto FernandezESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC161:21.386
16Brad BinderRSARed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:21.425
17Takaaki NakagamiJAPIdemitsu Honda LCRHonda RC213V1:21.489
18Johann ZarcoFRACastrol Honda LCRHonda RC213V1:21.498
19Marco BezzecchiITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP231:21.593
20Joan MirESPRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V1:21.974
21Stefan BradlGERTeam HRCHonda RC213V1:22.049
22Remy GardnerAUSMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:22.698

Friday Practice

Maverick Vinales was fastest on Friday at the MotoGP German Grand Prix, following two crashes for Marc Marquez, the latter of which left him visiting the medical centre.

Marquez was declared fit after he was checked by the circuit medical staff, but the decision was made too late in Practice to give him time to get back on track. The result of that is a 13th-place finish in Practice for Marquez, and, as a result, a trip to Q1 on Saturday.

There were no such worries for Vinales, who finished the day fastest by over 0.3 seconds, despite Sachsenring being the shortest lap time on the calendar. Vinales' 1:19.622 put him 0.340 seconds ahead of Jorge Martin, while Miguel Oliveira backed Vinales' pace up for Aprilia by going third-fastest.

Alex Marquez was fourth, ahead of Francesco Bagnaia whose race pace seemed more competitive than his time attack but ended fifth anyway. Enea Bastianini was sixth despite crashing at turn 11, which is also where Marquez crashed, as well as Marco Bezzecchi earlier in the session.

Marc Marquez, 2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose
Marc Marquez, 2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose

Franco Morbidelli was seventh, ahead of Pedro Acosta, and Fabio Di Giannantonio who was left holding his right collarbone after a  turn one crash, but eventually returned to the garage and then to the track to get himself into the top 10.

Brad Binder rounded out the top 10, 0.001 seconds ahead of his KTM teammate Jack Miller, who last year was the only non-Ducati rider in the top nine positions when he finished fifth.

Remy Gardner's first day in Monster Energy Yamaha colours, as he replaces the injured Alex Rins this weekend, ended in 20th place, ahead of Joan Mir, another turn one crasher, and HRC test rider Stefan Bradl. Gardner also crashed, at turn 13 which also claimed Johann Zarco.

Aleix Espargaro crashed in the MotoGP Dutch TT Sprint last weekend, and broke a metacarpal in his right hand. He tried to ride in FP1 after a week of therapy, but declared it "impossible" to MotoGP.com having withdrawn from the weekend after FP1, in which he was 10 seconds off the pace and completed only three laps.

Full MotoGP results from Practice and FP1 in Germany are below.

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Practice

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | PR Result | Rd 9/20
PosRiderNat.MotoGP TeamMotoGP BikeTiming
1Maverick VinalesESPAprilia RacingAprila RS-GP1:19.622
2Jorge MartinESPPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP241:19.962
3Miguel OliveiraPORTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP1:19.984
4Alex MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP231:20.029
5Francesco BagnaiaITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241:20.061
6Enea BastianiniITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241:20.085
7Franco MorbidelliITAPramac RacingDucati GP241:20.086
8Pedro AcostaESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC161:20.142
9Fabio Di GiannantonioITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP231:20.280
10Brad BinderRSARed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:20.284
11Jack MillerAUSRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:20.285
12Raul FernandezESPTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP1:20.344
13Marc MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP231:20.384
14Fabio QuartararoFRAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:20.407
15Augusto FernandezESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC161:20.613
16Johann ZarcoFRACastrol Honda LCRHonda RC213V1:20.668
17Luca MariniITARepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V1:20.868
18Takaaki NakagamiJAPIdemitsu Honda LCRHonda RC213V1:20.886
19Marco BezzecchiITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP231:20.901
20Remy GardnerAUSMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:21.405
21Stefan BradlGERTeam HRCHonda RC213V1:21.574
22Joan MirESPRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V1:21.847

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | FP1

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | FP1 Result | Rd 9/20
PosRiderNat.MotoGP TeamMotoGP BikeTiming
1Jorge MartinESPPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP241:20.584
2Marc MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP231:20.734
3Maverick VinalesESPAprilia RacingAprila RS-GP1:20.878
4Miguel OliveiraPORTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP1:21.106
5Pedro AcostaESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC161:21.151
6Augusto FernandezESPRed Bull GasGas Tech3KTM RC161:21.151
7Enea BastianiniITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241:21.211
8Alex MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP231:21.258
9Francesco BagnaiaITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP241:21.297
10Raul FernandezESPTrackhouse RacingAprilia RS-GP1:21.410
11Jack MillerAUSRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:21.589
12Marco BezzecchiITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP231:21.642
13Franco MorbidelliITAPramac RacingDucati GP241:21.645
14Fabio QuartararoFRAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:21.733
15Brad BinderRSARed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:21.737
16Fabio Di GiannantonioITAPertamina Enduro VR46Ducati GP231:21.740
17Takaaki NakagamiJAPIdemitsu Honda LCRHonda RC213V1:22.127
18Johann ZarcoFRACastrol Honda LCRHonda RC213V1:22.190
19Luca MariniITARepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V1:22.244
20Stefan BradlGERTeam HRCHonda RC213V1:22.317
21Joan MirESPRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V1:22.527
22Remy GardnerAUSMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:22.969
23Aleix EspargaroESPAprilia RacingAprilia RS-GP1:32.902

Schedule

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The 2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix is the ninth round of the championship and the final race before the summer break. Jorge Martin holds the points lead ahead of the in-form Francesco Bagnaia, and returns to the site of his first MotoGP Sprint-Grand Prix double victory.

Jorge Martin leads Francesco Bagnaia, 2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose
Jorge Martin leads Francesco Bagnaia, 2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose

The schedule follows the pattern of all of the European rounds, with Moto3 kicking things off on Friday morning at 08:00. The full schedule for this weekend is below, with all times in BST.

2024 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Schedule

2024 MotoGP Dutch TT | Schedule
SessionClassTime
Friday
FPMoto308:00-08:35
FPMoto208:50-09:30
FP1MotoGP09:45-10:30
P1Moto312:15-12:50
P1Moto213:05-13:45
PRMotoGP14:00-15:00
Saturday
P2Moto307:40-08:10
P2Moto208:25-08:55
FP2MotoGP09:10-09:40
Q1MotoGP09:50-10:05
Q2MotoGP10:15-10:30
Q1Moto311:50-12:05
Q2Moto312:15-12:30
Q1Moto212:45-13:00
Q2Moto213:10-13:25
SprintMotoGP14:00 (15L)
Sunday
WUPMotoGP08:40-08:50
GPMoto310:00 (23L)
GPMoto211:15 (25L)
GPMotoGP13:00 (30L)

2023 

Enea Bastianini leads Aleix Espargaro, 2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose
Enea Bastianini leads Aleix Espargaro, 2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix. - Gold and Goose

The 2023 German Grand Prix was all about Ducati. They dominated both races, locking out the top five positions in the Grand Prix. Jack Miller was the best non-Ducati rider last year in sixth for KTM, but almost 12 seconds behind the victorious Jorge Martin.

2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | Grand Prix Results

2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | Grand Prix Results | Round 7 / 21
PosRiderNat.MotoGP TeamMotoGP BikeTiming
1Jorge MartinESPPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP23WIN
2Francesco BagnaiaITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP230.064
3Johann ZarcoFRAPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP237.013
4Marco BezzecchiITAMooney VR46 Racing TeamDucati GP228.430
5Luca MariniITAMooney VR46 Racing TeamDucati GP2211.679
6Jack MillerAUSRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC1611.904
7Alex MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP2214.040
8Enea BastianiniITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP2314.859
9Fabio Di GiannantonioITAGresini RacingDucati GP2217.061
10Miguel OliveiraPORCryptoData RNF Racing ApriliaAprilia RS-GP19.648
11Augusto FernandezESPGasGas Tech 3 Factory RacingKTM RC1619.997
12Franco MorbidelliITAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M122.949
13Fabio QuartararoFRAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M125.117
14Takaaki NakagamiJAPLCR Honda IdemitsuHonda RC213V25.327
15Raul FernandezESPCryptoData RNF Racing ApriliaAprilia RS-GP25.503
16Aleix EspargaroESPAprilia RacingAprilia RS-GP28.543
17Jonas FolgerGERGasGas Tech 3 Factory RacingKTM RC1648.962
DNFBrad BinderRSARed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC16DNF
DNFMaverick VinalesESPAprilia RacingAprila RS-GPDNF
DNSMarc MarquezESPRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213VDNS

2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | Sprint Results

2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | Sprint Results | Round 7 / 21
PosRiderNat.MotoGP TeamMotoGP BikeTiming
1Jorge MartinESPPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP23WIN
2Francesco BagnaiaITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP232.468
3Jack MillerAUSRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC163.287
4Luca MariniITAMooney VR46 Racing TeamDucati GP225.487
5Johann ZarcoFRAPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP235.538
6Brad BinderRSARed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC166.289
7Marco BezzecchiITAMooney VR46 Racing TeamDucati GP226.956
8Alex MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP229.261
9Aleix EspargaroESPAprilia RacingAprilia RS-GP9.691
10Enea BastianiniITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP239.715
11Marc MarquezESPRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V10.828
12Fabio Di GiannantonioITAGresini RacingDucati GP2210.905
13Fabio QuartararoFRAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M111.366
14Augusto FernandezESPGasGas Tech 3 Factory RacingKTM RC1612.593
15Franco MorbidelliITAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M112.905
16Miguel OliveiraPORCryptoData RNF Racing ApriliaAprilia RS-GP13.837
17Takaaki NakagamiJAPLCR Honda IdemitsuHonda RC213V14.505
18Raul FernandezESPCryptoData RNF Racing ApriliaAprilia RS-GP28.959
DNFMaverick VinalesESPAprilia RacingAprila RS-GPDNF
DNFJonas FolgerGERGasGas Tech 3 Factory RacingKTM RC16DNF

2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | Qualifying Results

2023 MotoGP German Grand Prix | Sachsenring | Qualifying Results | Round 7 / 21
PosRiderNat.MotoGP TeamMotoGP BikeTiming
1Francesco BagnaiaITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP231:21.409
2Luca MariniITAMooney VR46 Racing TeamDucati GP221:21.487
3Jack MillerAUSRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:21.492
4Johann ZarcoFRAPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP231:21.765
5Marco BezzecchiITAMooney VR46 Racing TeamDucati GP221:21.936
6Jorge MartinESPPrima Pramac RacingDucati GP231:21.995
7Marc MarquezESPRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC213V1:22.013
8Alex MarquezESPGresini RacingDucati GP221:22.044
9Brad BinderRSARed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM RC161:22.047
10Aleix EspargaroESPAprilia RacingAprilia RS-GP1:22.222
11Enea BastianiniITADucati Lenovo TeamDucati GP231:22.239
12Fabio QuartararoFRAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:22.421
13Maverick VinalesESPAprilia RacingAprila RS-GP1:27.269
14Fabio Di GiannantonioITAGresini RacingDucati GP221:27.692
15Augusto FernandezESPGasGas Tech 3 Factory RacingKTM RC161:27.734
16Miguel OliveiraPORCryptoData RNF Racing ApriliaAprilia RS-GP1:27.882
17Franco MorbidelliITAMonster Energy YamahaYamaha YZR-M11:27.908
18Takaaki NakagamiJAPLCR Honda IdemitsuHonda RC213V1:28.404
19Raul FernandezESPCryptoData RNF Racing ApriliaAprilia RS-GP1:29.119
20Jonas FolgerGERGasGas Tech 3 Factory RacingKTM RC161:29.712

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