Moto2 World Championship: Race Results From Motegi

Moto2 World Championship: Race Results From Motegi

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Moto2 Race Lap Record: 1:50.788, Franco Morbidelli, 2016

Moto2 All-Time Lap Record: 1:49.961, Johann Zarco, 2016

FIM Moto2 World Championship

Twin Ring Motegi, Japan

October 20, 2019

Race Results (all using Triumph engines and Dunlop tires):

  1. Luca Marini, Italy (Kalex), 22 laps, Total Race Time 40 minutes, 57.279 seconds
  2. Tom Luthi, Switzerland (Kalex), -0.560 second
  3. Jorge Martin, Spain (KTM), -3.593 seconds
  4. Lorenzo Baldassarri, Italy (Kalex), -3.999
  5. Jorge Navarro, Spain (Speed Up), -5.236
  6. Alex Marquez, Spain (Kalex), -7.345
  7. Enea Bastianini, Italy (Kalex), -8.115
  8. Augusto Fernandez, Spain (Kalex), -10.460
  9. Marcel Schrotter, Germany (Kalex), -10.711
  10. Stefano Manzi, Italy (MV Agusta), -12.445
  11. Fabio Di Giannantonio, Italy (Speed Up), -12.572
  12. Brad Binder, South Africa (KTM), -14.864
  13. Somkat Chantra, Thailand (Kalex), -15.008
  14. Dominique Aegerter, Switzerland (MV Agusta), -15.778
  15. Andrea Locatelli, Italy (Kalex), -23.595
  16. Bo Bendsneyder, Netherlands (NTS), -27.307
  17. Jake Dixon, UK (KTM), -30.304
  18. Joe Roberts, USA (KTM), -33.806
  19. Jesko Raffin, Switzerland (Kalex), -36.962
  20. Philipp Oettl, Germany (KTM), -43.682
  21. Dimas Ekky Pratama, Indonesia (Kalex), -45.143
  22. Adam Norrodin, Malaysia (Kalex), -59.459
  23. Xavi Cardelus, Andorra (KTM), -74.661
  24. Mattia Pasini, Italy (Kalex), -5 laps, DNF, crash
  25. Marco Bezzecchi, Italy (KTM), -10 laps, DNF, retired
  26. Remy Gardner, Australia (Kalex), -14 laps, DNF, crash
  27. Iker Lecuona, Spain (KTM), -18 laps, DNF, crash
  28. Xavi Vierge, Spain (Kalex), -18 laps, DNF, crash
  29. Sam Lowes, UK (Kalex), -20 laps, DNF, retired
  30. Nicolo Bulega, Italy (Kalex), -21 laps, DNF, crash
  31. Lukas Tulovic, Germany (KTM), -21 laps, DNF, crash
  32. Tetsuta Nagashima, Japan (Kalex), -22 laps, DNF, crash

 

World Championship Point Standings (after 16 of 19 races):

  1. Marquez, 234 points
  2. Luthi, 198
  3. Fernandez, 192
  4. Navarro, 186
  5. Binder, 184
  6. Marini, 176
  7. Baldassarri, 151
  8. Schrotter, 125
  9. Di Giannantonio, 99
  10. Bastianini, 95

27. Roberts, 4

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