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Marc Marquez tops warm-up at Jerez

It’s another sunny day at Jerez, as the cooler morning temperatures saw Marc Marquez take over the top of the timesheets with his final lap in the 20 minute warm-up session.
The Repsol Honda rookie was gunning to demote Jorge Lorenzo who had lead the entire session to second and he was faster than today’s pole sitter in all three sectors only to lose out in the fourth, but with his last flying lap he was able to improve in the last sector, and with a 1’39″231 lap he left Lorenzo 0.

238s adrift and his team mate down in third.
Cal Cruthlow’s bruised kidney doesn’t seem have slowed him as he was fourth fastest, while Nicky Hayden struggling with tendinitis caught a tow from Lorenzo, which allowed him to put his Ducati into fifth, but he was almost nine tenths adrift.
Aleix Espargargo was once again highly impressive with his ART, as he was 6th, and faster than his qualifying time and just 0.
010 from the Ducatista.
Stefan Bradl seems to have recovered from his problems as he was 7th and he was followed by Valentino Rossi who was slow, as he was 1.

1 seconds from the top of the timesheets.
Alvaro Bautista and Bradley Smith closed out the top ten.
This afternoon’s race will be an incognita due to the higher track temperatures, tire choice and above all tire management.
2013 MotoGP Jerez warm-up results:01- Marc Marquez – Repsol Honda Team – Honda RC213V – 1’39.
231 02- Jorge Lorenzo – Yamaha Factory Racing – Yamaha YZR M1 – + 0.
238 03- Dani Pedrosa – Repsol Honda Team – Honda RC213V – + 0.
378 04- Cal Crutchlow – Monster Yamaha Tech 3 – Yamaha YZR M1 – + 0.
495 05- Nicky Hayden – Ducati Team – Ducati Desmosedici GP13 – + 0.
894 06- Aleix Espargaro – Power Electronics Aspar – ART GP13 – + 0.
904 07- Stefan Bradl – LCR Honda MotoGP – Honda RC213V – + 0.
950 08- Valentino Rossi – Yamaha Factory Racing – Yamaha YZR M1 – + 1.
151 09- Alvaro Bautista – GO&FUN Honda Gresini – Honda RC213V – + 1.
162 10- Bradley Smith – Monster Yamaha Tech 3 – Yamaha YZR M1 – + 1.
173 11- Andrea Dovizioso – Ducati Team – Ducati Desmosedici GP13 – + 1.
198 12- Hiroshi Aoyama – Avintia Blusens – BQR FTR – + 1.
217 (CRT) 13- Randy De Puniet – Power Electronics Aspar – ART GP13 – + 1.
379 (CRT) 14- Andrea Iannone – Energy T.
I.
Pramac Racing – Ducati Desmosedici GP13 – + 1.
459 15- Michele Pirro – Ducati Test Team – Ducati Desmosedici GP13 – + 1.
610 16- Hector Barbera – Avintia Blusens – BQR FTR – + 1.
923 (CRT) 17- Claudio Corti – NGM Mobile Forward Racing – FTR Kawasaki – + 2.
435 (CRT) 18- Lukas Pesek – CAME Iodaracing Project – Ioda Suter BMW – + 2.
636 (CRT) 19- Colin Edwards – NGM Mobile Forward Racing – FTR Kawasaki – + 2.
767 (CRT) 20- Danilo Petrucci – CAME Iodaracing Project – Ioda Suter BMW – + 2.
785 (CRT) 21- Yonny Hernandez – Paul Bird Motorsport – ART GP13 – + 2.
799 (CRT) 22- Bryan Staring – GO&FUN Honda Gresini – FTR Honda MGP13 – + 2.
874 (CRT) 23- Michael Laverty – Paul Bird Motorsport – PBM 01 – + 3.
689 (CRT)

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