2020 Aragon MotoGP Free Practice 3 Results – runganSport

Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT) Free Practice 3 MotoGP Aragon, Spain 2020 / runganSport © Twitter /MotoGP.

Franco Morbidelli was the fastest in the FP3 MotoGP Aragon session, while Fabio Quartararo was 15th and highside.

Aragon, runganSportItalian Rider, Franco Morbidelli appearing ahead in the third Free Practice session (FP3) of the Aragon MotoGP, Saturday (17/10) morning Spain.

The Petronas Yamaha SRT satellite champion scored a quick lap of 1 minute 47,859 seconds.

Outperformed British racers, Cal Crutchlow with a time difference of +0.455 seconds.

The third position was secured by the host rider, Pol Espargaro with a gap of +0.460 seconds.

Two other Spanish riders, Joan Mir and Alex Marquez, respectively penetrated the fourth and fifth positions.

Complete Results of Free Practice 3 MotoGP Aragon, Spain 2020

  1. Franco Morbidelli, Petronas Yamaha SRT 1m 47.859s
  2. Cal Crutchlow, LCR Honda CASTROL
  3. Pol Espargaro, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
  4. Joan Mir, Suzuki Ecstar
  5. Alex Marquez, Repsol Honda
  6. Takaaki Nakagami, LCR Honda IDEMITSU
  7. Alex Rins, Suzuki Ecstar
  8. Aleix Espargaro, Aprilia Racing Team Gresini
  9. Miguel Oliveira, Red Bull KTM Tech3
  10. Brad Binder, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
  11. Andrea Dovizioso, Mission Winnow Ducati
  12. Maverick Vinales, Monster Energy Yamaha
  13. Francesco Bagnaia, Pramac Ducati
  14. Danilo Petrucci, Mission Winnow Ducati
  15. Fabio Quartararo, Petronas Yamaha SRT
  16. Iker Lecuona, Red Bull KTM Tech3
  17. Stefan Bradl, Repsol Honda
  18. Tito Rabat, Reale Avintia Ducati
  19. Bradley Smith, Aprilia Racing Team Gresini
  20. Jack Miller, Pramac Ducati
  21. Johann Zarco, Reale Avintia Ducati.

Repsol Honda racer Marc Marquez still has to miss the Aragon 2020 series, due to a broken upper arm that has not yet recovered 100%.

Marquez will be replaced temporarily by the rider from Germany, Stefan Bradl (HRC test rider).

Read: 2020 Aragon Moto3 Free Training Results

Meanwhile, Valentino Rossi (Monster Energy Yamaha) was suddenly absent because he tested positive for COVID-19 after a medical on Thursday (15/10) yesterday. (DN / eV)

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