Jerez test for 125/250s

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The final day of a three-day test for around 20 of the 125 and 250cc GP teams has been affected by heavy clouds and strong winds.

While some teams gave the final few hours a miss, there were also a number of falls, although none were serious. Roberto Locatelli was the fastest 250cc rider, despite a crash on the first day. He lapped in 1:45.249.

In the 125cc class, Mattia Pasini also improved, staying top with a time of 1:47.652 for the Aspar team. Fellow Aspar riders Hector Faubel and Alvaro Bautista were third and fourth quickest, with only Derbi Racing’s Lukas Pesek splitting the trio.

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Jerez test times: 250cc

1. Roberto Locatelli (Team Toth) 1:45.249.

2. Hector Barbera (Fortuna Aprilia) 1:45.3

3. Alex Debon (Aprilia) 1:45.513.

4. Marco Simoncelli (Gilera) 1:45.727.

5. Jorge Lorenzo (Fortuna Aprilia) 1:45.8.

6. Alex de Angelis (Aspar Team) 1:46.510.

7. Alex Baldolini (Matteoni Racing) 1:46.927.

8. Arturo Tizon (Honda BQR) 1:46.957.

Jerez test times: 125cc

1. Mattia Pasini (Aspar Team) 1:47.652.

2. Lukas Pesek (Derbi Racing) 1:48.053.

3. Hector Faubel (Aspar Team) 1:48.301.

4. Alvaro Bautista (Aspar Team) 1:48.712.

5. Simone Corsi (Gilera) 1:49.109.

6. Sergio Gadea (Aspar Team) 1:49.154.

7. Nico Terol (Derbi Racing) 1:49.742.

8. Pol Espargaro (Team Amatriain) 1:50.006.

9. Gino Borsoi (Aprilia) 1:50.197.

10. Michele Pirro (WTR Bauer USA) 1:50.551.

MCN Staff

By MCN Staff