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By Steve Lamb

Production Manager - Still considers himself a novice rider, despite passing his test over twenty years ago. Steve has only ever owned four bikes - a '95 Suzuki GSX600F (which he dropped in the first minute of ownership), an '04 Yamaha FZ6 Fazer and currently a '16 Ducati Scrambler Classic, as well as (very slowly) building a '94 Yamaha SR125 'brat tracker'.

 

With the Bennetts British Superbike championship coming to its nail-biting conclusion and the clocks going back, it's easy to think that the biking season is coming to an end, but don't be disheartened – there's still loads of MotoGP action left and this weekend the eyes of the world head down-under and the scenic Phillip Island circuit for the Pramac Australian GP.

While the MotoGP crown is safely stashed away in casa-Marquez, the fight for the two remaining podium places continues with Andrea Dovizioso, Alex Rins, Maverick Viñales, Danilo Petrucci and Fabio Quartararo all mathematically able to take the runner-up spot.

In case you missed last weekend's action from Motegi, here are how the races finished:

 

MotoGP Results – Motegi, Japan

Pos

Rider

Team

Time

1

Marc Marquez (SPA)

Repsol Honda Team

42'41.492

2

Fabio Quartararo (FRA)

Petronas Yamaha SRT

+0.870

3

Andrea Dovizioso (ITA)

Ducati Team

+1.325

4

Maverick Viñales (SPA)

Monster Energy Yamaha

+2.608

5

Cal Crutchlow (GBR)

LCR Honda Castrol

+9.140

Fastest Race Lap – Marc Marquez – Lap 5 – 1'45.766

 

Moto2 Results – Motegi, Japan

Pos

Rider

Team

Time

1

Luca Marini (ITA)

SKY Racing Team VR46

40'57.279

2

Thomas Luthi (SWI)

Dynavolt Intact GP

+0.560

3

Jorge Martin (SPA)

Red Bull KTM Ajo

+3.593

4

Lorenzo Baldassarri (ITA)

Flexbox HP40

+3.999

5

Jorge Novarro (SPA)

Beta Tools Speed Up

+5.236

Fastest Race Lap – Jorge Martin – Lap 19 – 1'50.834

 

Moto3 Results – Motegi, Japan

Pos

Rider

Team

Time

1

Lorenzo Dalla Porta (ITA)

Leopard Racing

39'34.866

2

Albert Arenas (SPA)

Gaviota Angel Nieto Team

+0.094

3

Celestino Vietti (ITA)

Sky Racing Team VR46

+0.198

4

Tatsuki Suzuki (JPN)

SIC59 Squadra Corse

+0.289

5

Sergio Garcia (SPA)

Estrella Galicia 0,0

+0.437

Fastest Race Lap – Lorenzo Dalla Porta – Lap 6 – 1'57.790

 

MotoGP [ Phillip Island ] - Weekend TV times | BikeSocial

 

After the action of Motegi, here's how the all-important tables stand. There's still all to play for in Moto2 and Moto3 with 75 points still up for grabs over the next three races. There's still one more MotoE race to come at the final round in Valencia, so any of the top four riders in that class could be declared champion.

MOTOGP Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Marc Marquez

Honda

350

-

-

2

Andrea Dovizioso

Ducati

231

119

119

3

Alex Rins

Suzuki

176

55

174

4

Maverick Viñales

Yamaha

176

-

174

5

Danilo Petrucci

Ducati

169

7

181

6

Fabio Quartararo (1)

Yamaha

163

6

187

7

Valentino Rossi (1)

Yamaha

145

18

205

8

Jack Miller

Ducati

125

20

225

9

Cal Crutchlow

Honda

113

12

237

10

Franco Morbidelli

Yamaha

100

13

250

 

MOTO2 Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Alex Marquez

Kalex

234

-

-

2

Thomas Luthi (2)

Kalex

198

36

36

3

Augusto Fernandez (1)

KTM

192

6

42

4

Jorge Navarro (1)

Kalex

186

6

48

5

Brad Binder (↓2)

Speed Up

184

2

50

6

Luca Marini

Kalex

176

8

58

7

Lorenzo Baldassarri

Kalex

151

25

83

8

Marcel Schrotter

Kalex

125

26

109

9

Fabio Di Giannantonio

Speed Up

99

26

135

10

Enea Bastianini

Kalex

95

4

139

 

MOTO3 Championship Table (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Lorenzo Dalla Porta

Honda

229

-

-

2

Aaron Canet

KTM

182

47

47

3

Tony Abolino

Honda

161

21

68

4

Marcos Ramirez

Honda

144

17

85

5

John McPhee

Honda

136

8

93

6

Niccolo Antonelli

Honda

122

14

107

7

Celestino Vietti

KTM

116

6

113

8

Jaume Masia

KTM

105

11

124

9

Tatsuki Suzuki (↑2)

Honda

98

7

131

10

Dennis Foggia (1)

KTM

92

6

137

 

MOTOE Championship Tables (Top 10)

Pos

Rider

Bike

Points

To Next

To Top

1

Matteo Ferrari

Energica

72

-

-

2

Hector Garzo

Energica

53

19

19

3

Bradley Smith

Energica

48

5

24

4

Mike Di Meglio

Energica

47

1

25

5

Xavier Simeon

Energica

45

2

27

6

Niccolo Canepa

Energica

36

9

36

7

Jesko Raffin

Energica

32

4

40

8

Niki Tuuli

Energica

26

6

46

9

Mattia Casadei

Energica

24

2

48

10

Sete Gibernau

Energica

24

0

48

 

MotoGP [ Phillip Island ] - Weekend TV times | BikeSocial

 

The action continues this weekend at the Paramac Generac Australian Motorcycle GP at Phillip Island, a 2.76 mile (4.4km) circuit, nestled by the ocean, with seven left-hand and just five right-hand corners and a 2952ft (0.9km) straight.

The all-time circuit record currently belongs to Jorge Lorenzo with a time of 1'27.899 from 2013, while Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso holds the highest recorded speed through the speedtrap at 216.2mph (348kph).

Live coverage of all the Free Practice sessions, qualifying and racing is on BT Sport 2, with Highlights during the week on free-to-air Quest.

 

MotoGP – Phillip Island TV Times

Friday and Saturday times are UK BST (GMT+1), Sunday times after 02:00 are GMT.

Thursday 24th / Friday 25th October 2019

LIVE - Free Practice 1 & 2 – All classes

22:45 (Thur) – 06:30

BT Sport 2

 

Friday 25th / Saturday 26th October 2019

LIVE - Free Practice 3 – All Classes

23:00 (Fri) – 02:00

BT Sport 2

LIVE – Qualifying

02:00 – 06:00

BT Sport 2

 

Saturday 26th / Sunday 27th October 2019

LIVE - Warm-Up

23:30 (Sat) – 01:15

BT Sport 2

LIVE - Moto3 Race

01:15 – 02:00*

BT Sport 2

LIVE - Moto2 Race

02:00 – 03:30

BT Sport 2

LIVE - MotoGP Race

03:30 – 05:00

BT Sport 2

 

Monday 28st October 2019

Highlights

18:00 – 19:00

23:00 – 00:00

Quest

*Clocks change during this race

Photos: www.photoPSP.com/FIM/Ducati/HRC/MotoGP.com

 

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