Monthly Archives: August 2019

9 Aug 2019
myWorld Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich - Free Practices

#AustrianGP FP. Solid start for Pramac Racing: Jack 6th and Pecco 13th after first day of practice action at Red Bull Ring

2019-08-09T16:22:50+02:009 August 2019|News|0 Comments

FP1 (Practice Conditions: Dry. Air 21°, Ground 32°) P4 Jack Miller (1'24.360, +0.327 from P1) Jack is really fast right from the start. In the last run the Australian rider tests the hard tyre and finishes just 3 tenths of a second from the fastest time of Dovizioso (set with the soft rear

4 Aug 2019
Grand Prix České republiky - Race

#CzechGP Race. What a Sunday! Fantastic podium finish for Jack (P3). Solid race for Pecco (P12) who fights for the Top 10.

2019-08-04T18:59:57+02:004 August 2019|News|0 Comments

Jack Miller celebrates on the podium at the end of a spectacular race and Francesco Bagnaia finishes 12th after fighting for the Top. These are the high lights of the #CzechGP, which started more than 30 minutes late because of the rain that fell an hour before the start making the circuit wet

3 Aug 2019
Grand Prix České republiky - Qualifying

#CzechGP Quali. Jack powers to a superb front row at the end of a stunning qualifying. Positive Q1 for Pecco who fights until last lap.

2019-08-03T17:07:25+02:003 August 2019|News|0 Comments

The qualifying for #CzechGP gave Pramac Racing a lot of emotions as Jack Miller conquered a superb second place and Francesco Bagnaia reacted after the difficulties of Friday fighting hard in a positive Q1. The rain that has fallen since the morning has in fact made the FP3 useless. Jack (qualified directly to

1 Aug 2019
Grand Prix České republiky - FREE PRACTICES

#CzechGP FP. Superb start to Brno weekend for Jack who finishes in 3rd place. Difficult Friday for Pecco

2019-08-02T17:54:10+02:001 August 2019|News|0 Comments

FP1 (Practice Conditions: Dry. Air 23°. Ground29°) P6 Jack Miller (1'57.385, +0.466 from P1) Jack gets off a great start and 10 minutes from the end of the session is in second place. The Australian rider finishes in P6 without attempting the time attack. P12 Francesco Bagnaia (1'57.950, +0.123 from Top 10, +1.031

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