Faces FP Quali RACE
#AustralianGP RACE. What a fantastic Sunday for Pramac Racing. Jack conquers the Island with a splendid podium (P3) as Pecco (P4) is the protagonist of a stunning comeback.
It was a dream Sunday for Pramac Racing, writing an extraordinary page in the history of the team, at the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix with a fantastic result. The team scored a podium finish by Jack Miller and the best race of the season for Francesco Bagnaia who finished in 4th.
#AustralianGP Quali. Strong winds force track action cancellation. Qualifying for Pramac Generac Australian GP to run after warm up tomorrow.
Saturday in Phillip Island will be remembered for the strong wind that first made the FP3 prohibitive (only 12 riders completed a few laps) and then forced the Race Direction to stop the FP4 to summon the riders in safety commission. For understandable safety reasons, the decision was made to cancel the qualifying
#AustralianGP FP. Great start for Jack at his Home GP (P5). Pecco is convincing despite the crash in the FP2.
The free practice for the Pramac Generac Australian Grand Prix ended with the 5th place of Jack Miller and the 14th place of Francesco Bagnaia who could not take advantage of the final time attack in FP2. The rain that fell in the early morning conditioned the FP1 before the sun dried the
Postcards Press Conference Free Practices Saturday PODIUM RACE
#JapaneseGP RACE. Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia 10th and 13th respectively at Motegi in the Grand Prix of Japan.
Jack Miller finished in Top 10 after fighting for the podium in the first 10 laps. Francesco Bagnaia got three points passing in thirteenth position under the checkered flag. The Grand Prix of Japan ended with a bit of disappointment for Pramac Racing especially for the race of Jack who gave the feeling
#JapaneseGP Quali. Convincing second row start for Jack (P6) in the qualifying for the Gp of Japan. Pecco (P14) will start from row 5.
The qualifying for the Grand Prix of Japan - held on a wet track surface after the morning rain that in the FP3 forced the riders to lap in wet conditions - ended with a valuable second row start (P6) for Jack Miller - qualified directly to Q2 thanks to the 7th chrono
#JapaneseGP FP. Positive start to Motegi weekend for Jack (P7) as Pecco (P14) improves lap by lap to find a good feeling in FP2
The free practice of the Grand Prix of Japan ended with the seventh time recorded by Jack Miller - who set the Top Speed (311.2 km/h) - and the fourteenth position of Francesco Bagnaia who lapped for the first time in MotoGP on the circuit of Motegi finding good confidence in the FP2.
Mini Moto Pre Event Free Practices Qualifying RACE
ThaiGP RACE. Consistent race for Pecco who fights for the Top 10 until last lap. A fighting comeback by Jack, who was forced to start from pit lane
Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller are protagonists of two good comebacks in the Thailand Gran Prix but the final result is not the one hoped for by Pramac Racing. Pecco starts from the fifth row and is good at recovering four positions in the first 2 corners. The Italian's race pace is incisive