Sunday, March 18, 2012

GP Zero Back To Track

The GP called "zero" starts next week at the Jerez circuit with official training for the three categories in the running of the World Motorcycling Championship.

From next Monday 19 to Wednesday 21 will be the turn for Moto2-Moto3 pilots that unlike the previous test held last month in this track, they will have official timing and therefore the timing references are offered be completely true and reliable. This means that now are worth no excuses, all the drivers put their cards on the table and will be reflected in the time sheet at the end of each session who are opting to win races on the podium or just be entertainers category.

In Moto2 , the most significant development over the previous test occurred last month, is the presence of Spanish rider Marc Marquez, the only absent then recovered almost one hundred percent of his eye injury has begun their pre-season and Jerez will have the final opportunity to fine-tune his mount before the curtain to rise Championship and the World Cup home. Will undoubtedly be one of the pilots to follow starting next Monday along with others such as Redding, Kallio, Espargaro, Simon, Nakagami, Luthi or Corti have been very rapid throughout the preseason.

In Moto3 , new global category has replaced the 125cc two-stroke, the pools are more open as the natural step of the champions to the upper class in this case Moto2, leaving options open for the championship fight will not be until you actually start the same when they can make the pools for the winners, although throughout the winter period, it has been found as some drivers like Danny Kent, Maverick ViƱales, Sandro Cortese, Alberto Moncayo, Miguel Oliveira and Hector Faubel, have been shot very fast in training.

These are the times that governed during the three days for these categories.

Monday: from 10.00 to 15.50 (Moto2-Moto3 combined), from 16.00 to 16.50 (Moto2) from 17.00 to 18-00 (Moto3)

Tuesday: from 10.00 to 15.50 (Moto2-Moto3 combined), from 16.00 to 16.50 (Moto3) from 17.00 to 18-00 (Moto2)

Wednesday: from 10.00 to 13.50 (Moto2-Moto3 combined), from 14.00 to 15.00 (Moto2) from 15.10 to 16-00 (Moto3)

By the weekend, beginning Friday, day 23, the premier class of MotoGP makes its entry onto the scene with all the stars of the category in Jerez track. The official Honda team will be present with their riders Casey Stoner and Dani Pedrosa, while his main opponent, the signing of the forks (Yamaha) will have in their ranks with Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies. Following the official teams, the squad will continue fine-tuning Ducati GP12 in the hands of "Doctor" Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden. Together with team officials will also attend the so-called satellite structures of these manufacturers like Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Andrea Dovizioso and Cal Crutchlow, Honda or equipment, the LCR with Stefan Bradl, and Honda Gresini with Spanish Alvaro Bautista. By Ducati satellite structures are represented by the square with Spanish Pramac Hector Barbera and Cardion Motoracing the Czech Karel Abraham.

Along with this, the novelty this season in the MotoGP will be the inclusion of so-called CRT (Claiming Rule Team), motorcycles and motor prototype chassis derived series. Throughout the pre-season has seen these bikes need to work ahead to keep up the officers and satellites, but in the last test in this scenario, the ART of Frenchman Randy de Puniet got rolling informally in 1.40.3, only half second slower than the pole in 2011 won by Stoner, giving strong evidence of a dramatic development that has made Italian saddle in the hands of French, a fast driver that could cause an upset. In all, nine track to be the Suter CRT Colin Edwards, the Ioda of Petrucci's commentary Art de Puniet, one for Aleix Espargaro, Matia Passini and James Ellison, the BQR-FTR Ivan Hernandez and Silva and Yonny the FTR Pirro complete the list of 21 drivers who will roll over the three days in the MotoGP class.

The schedule for this test will be uninterrupted 10:00 to 18:00. The prices of tickets for the test will be 10 euros and 30 euros general admission paddock pass (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

Source: Circuito de Jerez

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