The post-race Jerez Test gave Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo a chance to explore a number of potential setup options and development parts for the Honda RC213V.

After claiming his second win of the 2019 season, Marc Marquez and the Repsol Honda Team immediately got back to work at the Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto. First on the list to test was the development Honda RC213V ridden by Stefan Bradl during the weekend. Setting a 1’37.260, Marquez leaves Jerez seventh fastest in the test.

For Jorge Lorenzo, the test provided more important kilometres aboard Repsol Honda Team machine. He suffered a small crash at Turn 6 just before 16:00 local time but was able to return to testing shortly after. His test was brought to an end by a second crash at Turn 7 as the flag came out. Completing a total of 93 laps, Lorenzo concluded the test in ninth place with a best time of 1’37.466.

The Repsol Honda Team and riders now return home briefly before heading out to the French GP at the Le Mans circuit, May 17 – 19.

Marc Marquez

Marc Marquez 93

We tried many things today and it was a really positive test as we were able to focus on the concept of a few things, not the details. When we finished with everything I stopped a bit early because the feeling was good with the bike and sometimes it’s best to stop when you’re feeling good. I tried Bradl's bike to understand the concept, it was positive and we are ready for the next round.

Repsol Honda Team
Jorge Lorenzo

Jorge Lorenzo 99

Today we were able to do a lot of laps and try many things. This was important for us as we are still trying to catch up on the time we missed testing at the start of the season. We found some interesting things for races to come. The day was upset by two crashes. It isn’t how we wanted to end the test with a crash. I am OK, sore but OK. Thank you to the Repsol Honda Team and HRC engineers for working hard all weekend and today during the test.

Repsol Honda Team
Jerez Post-Race Test

Circuito de Jerez, Spain

MotoGP 2019

Monday 6 May 2019, 19:46 UTC
# Rider Num Nationality Nat. Team Constructor Constr. Time/Gap
1 Fabio Quartararo 20 FRA Petronas Yamaha SRT Yamaha 1'36.379
2 Cal Crutchlow 35 GBR LCR Honda Honda +0.418
3 Franco Morbidelli 21 ITA Petronas Yamaha SRT Yamaha +0.714
4 Pol Espargaro 44 SPA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM +0.735
5 Maverick Viñales 12 SPA Yamaha Factory Racing Team Yamaha +0.847
6 Joan Mir 36 SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki +0.854
7 Marc Marquez 93 SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda +0.881
8 Alex Rins 42 SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki +0.896
9 Jorge Lorenzo 99 SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda +1.087
10 Takaaki Nakagami 30 JPN LCR Honda Honda +1.089
11 Andrea Dovizioso 4 ITA Ducati Team Ducati +1.222
12 Francesco Bagnaia 63 ITA Alma Pramac Racing Ducati +1.319
13 Jack Miller 43 AUS Alma Pramac Racing Ducati +1.322
14 Danilo Petrucci 9 ITA Ducati Team Ducati +1.341
15 Aleix Espargaro 41 SPA Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia +1.379
16 Johann Zarco 5 FRA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM +1.516
17 Valentino Rossi 46 ITA Yamaha Factory Racing Team Yamaha +1.677
18 Tito Rabat 53 SPA Reale Avintia Racing Ducati +1.682
19 Karel Abraham 17 CZE Reale Avintia Racing Ducati +1.696
20 Bradley Smith 38 GBR Aprilia Racing Test Team Aprilia +1.698
21 Miguel Oliveira 88 POR KTM Tech 3 Racing KTM +2.270
22 Hafizh Syahrin 55 THA KTM Tech 3 Racing KTM +2.674
23 Sylvain Guintoli 50 FRA Suzuki Test Team Suzuki +3.258
Rider Standings
Sunday, 5 May 2019 - Open world standings grid
# Rider Num Nationality Nat. Points Pts. Team Constructor Constr.
1 Marc MARQUEZ 93 SPA 70 Repsol Honda Team Honda
2 Alex RINS 42 SPA 69 Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki
3 Andrea DOVIZIOSO 4 ITA 67 Ducati Team Ducati
4 Valentino ROSSI 46 ITA 61 Yamaha Factory Racing Team Yamaha
5 Danilo PETRUCCI 9 ITA 41 Ducati Team Ducati
6 Maverick VIñALES 12 SPA 30 Yamaha Factory Racing Team Yamaha
7 Takaaki NAKAGAMI 30 JPN 29 LCR Honda Honda
8 Jack MILLER 43 AUS 29 Alma Pramac Racing Ducati
9 Cal CRUTCHLOW 35 GBR 27 LCR Honda Honda
10 Franco MORBIDELLI 21 ITA 25 Petronas Yamaha SRT Yamaha
11 Pol ESPARGARO 44 SPA 21 Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM
12 Aleix ESPARGARO 41 SPA 18 Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia
13 Fabio QUARTARARO 20 FRA 17 Petronas Yamaha SRT Yamaha
14 Jorge LORENZO 99 SPA 11 Repsol Honda Team Honda
15 Francesco BAGNAIA 63 ITA 9 Alma Pramac Racing Ducati
16 Joan MIR 36 SPA 8 Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki
17 Miguel OLIVEIRA 88 POR 7 KTM Tech 3 Racing KTM
18 Johann ZARCO 5 FRA 7 Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM
19 Andrea IANNONE 29 ITA 6 Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia
20 Stefan BRADL 6 GER 6 HRC Test Team Honda
21 Tito RABAT 53 SPA 2 Reale Avintia Racing Ducati