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The Repsol Honda Team riders completed the ninth qualifying session of the season this Saturday, with the Spaniard tenth fastest and stand-in competitor Stefan Bradl 21st.
With 159 laps between them, Marc Márquez and Pol Espargaró made the most of the latest in-season MotoGP test as they worked through an extensive list.
Two days of riding at the roller coaster Portuguese circuit have provided a preview of what to expect when MotoGP arrives in late November.
Stefan Bradl was joined by Álex Márquez in Portugal for the first MotoGP test at the Portimao circuit, both riders familiarizing themselves with the new track.
From the moment he entered the track in the morning, it was clear Alex Marquez and his Repsol Honda Team had made a step forward as the rookie lapped in the 1’32s throughout the day.
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.
Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo completed 165 laps between them at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, gathering valuable information on the Honda RC213V.
The post-race Jerez Test gave Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo a chance to explore a number of potential setup options and development parts.
An early start in Qatar allowed Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo to improve the setup of their respective Honda RC213Vs alongside their lap times.