The Repsol Honda Team leave the Misano Circuit pleased with what they achieved and ready for the end of 2019 and beyond after diligent work in Italy.

MotoGP World Championship leader Marc Marquez did a total of 168 laps aboard his Repsol Honda Team RC213V across the two days of running at the Italian circuit. The test saw Marquez and his team of engineers working not just for the Misano race but also assessing and evaluate options for the future. Posting a 1’32.905, Marquez ended the test as the tenth fastest rider on the combined times.

Jorge Lorenzo’s test was cut short after experiencing some pain while on the bike during running on Thursday morning. Lorenzo and the team elected to limit his testing to give Lorenzo the maximum amount of time possible to recover physically ahead of the Misano race, September 15. Before ending his test, Lorenzo was able to complete 31 laps as he assessed the Honda RC213V around the 4.2km long Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli.

Action resumes at Misano on September 13 when the San Marino GP begins. Both Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo are confident that their findings from the test will allow them to be competitive from FP1 on Friday morning.

Marc Marquez

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It was quite a busy test for us as we are already starting to work for 2020. First of all we did a bit of work for the end of the 2019 season to make sure we can finish it in a good way. Then we moved to trying some components for 2020. Overall it was a good test and we worked well and in a precise way to get the most out of our time on track. I was feeling good with the bike over these two days so we were able to understand a lot.

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Jorge Lorenzo

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Unfortunately I didn’t feel great and I had quite a lot of pain on the bike, even more than in Silverstone. We were able to make 20 laps in Silverstone and everyone was very pleased, but it took a lot of effort from me physically and I had some more inflammation and pain after the race. It improved a bit, but I am still hurting too much on the bike so we decided together with the team to finish the test early and to arrive at the Misano race in the best condition possible. Even with the limited running we were able to try some new parts like the chassis.

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Misano MotoGP™ Official Test

Misano World Circuit, San Marino

MotoGP 2019

Thursday 29 Aug 2019, 23:50 UTC
# Rider Num Nationality Nat. Team Constructor Constr. Time/Gap
1 Fabio Quartararo 20 FRA Petronas Yamaha SRT Yamaha 1'31.639
2 Danilo Petrucci 9 ITA Ducati Team Ducati +0.476
3 Franco Morbidelli 21 ITA Petronas Yamaha SRT Yamaha +0.614
4 Valentino Rossi 46 ITA Yamaha Factory Racing Team Yamaha +0.750
5 Jack Miller 43 AUS Alma Pramac Racing Ducati +0.766
6 Maverick Viñales 12 SPA Yamaha Factory Racing Team Yamaha +0.937
7 Francesco Bagnaia 63 ITA Alma Pramac Racing Ducati +0.968
8 Takaaki Nakagami 30 JPN LCR Honda Honda +1.101
9 Aleix Espargaro 41 SPA Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia +1.261
10 Marc Marquez 93 SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda +1.266
11 Joan Mir 36 SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki +1.363
12 Tito Rabat 53 SPA Reale Avintia Racing Ducati +1.442
13 Alex Rins 42 SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki +1.481
14 Andrea Iannone 29 ITA Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia +1.614
15 Michele Pirro 51 ITA Ducati Test Team Ducati +1.615
16 Dani Pedrosa 26 SPA KTM Test Team KTM +1.774
17 Andrea Dovizioso 4 ITA Ducati Team Ducati +1.860
18 Pol Espargaro 44 SPA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM +1.884
19 Johann Zarco 5 FRA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM +2.051
20 Hafizh Syahrin 55 THA KTM Tech 3 Racing KTM +2.316
21 Cal Crutchlow 35 GBR LCR Honda Honda +2.450
22 Stefan Bradl 6 GER Repsol Honda Team Honda +2.497
23 Karel Abraham 17 CZE Reale Avintia Racing Ducati +3.057
24 Jorge Lorenzo 99 SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda +4.083
25 Miguel Oliveira 88 POR KTM Tech 3 Racing KTM +8.153