Brno lap times

Rank Vehicle Driver Time
1. Honda RC213V Marc Marquez 1:54.60
2. Yamaha YZR-M1 (1000CC) Jorge Lorenzo 1:54.85
3. Yamaha YZR-M1 (1000CC) Valentino Rossi 1:55.07
4. Honda RC213V Dani Pedrosa 1:55.12
5. Ducati GP16 Andrea Iannone 1:55.23
6. Suzuki GSX-RR Aleix Espargaro 1:55.32
7. Ducati GP14 Hector Barbera 1:55.44
8. Ducati GP17 Andrea Dovizioso 1:55.44
9. Honda RC213V Cal Crutchlow 1:55.49
10. Ducati GP17 Jorge Lorenzo 1:55.55
11. Yamaha YZR-M1 (1000CC) Maverick Viñales 1:55.66
12. Ducati GP17 Danilo Petrucci 1:55.74
13. Ducati GP16 Andrea Dovizioso 1:55.75
14. Suzuki GSX-RR Maverick Viñales 1:55.79
15. Ducati GP16 Alvaro Bautista 1:56.03
16. Yamaha YZR-M1 (1000CC) Johann Zarco 1:56.07
17. Yamaha YZR-M1 (1000CC) Bradley Smith 1:56.11
18. Ducati GP15 Danilo Petrucci 1:56.15
19. Ducati GP15 Scott Redding 1:56.26
20. Aprilia RS-GP Aleix Espargaro 1:56.35
21. Suzuki GSX-RR Alex Rins 1:56.46
22. Yamaha YZR-M1 (1000CC) Pol Espargaro 1:56.52
23. Ducati GP14 Eugene Laverty 1:56.53
24. Yamaha YZR-M1 (1000CC) Jonas Folger 1:56.54
25. Honda RC213V Jack Miller 1:56.54
26. Ducati GP15 Loris Baz 1:56.62
27. Ducati GP16 Hector Barbera 1:56.68
28. Aprilia RS-GP Stefan Bradl 1:56.72
29. Ducati GP15 Karel Abraham 1:56.79
30. Ducati GP14 Loris Baz 1:56.80
31. Ducati GP14 Yonny Hernandez 1:56.80
32. KTM RC16 Pol Espargaro 1:57.03
33. KTM RC16 Bradley Smith 1:57.04
34. Aprilia RS-GP Alvaro Bautista 1:57.06
35. Suzuki GSX-RR Andrea Iannone 1:57.24
36. Honda RC213V Tito Rabat 1:57.29
37. Aprilia RS-GP Sam Lowes 1:57.46
38. Ducati GP16 Scott Redding 1:57.52
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Brno

Brno is a racing venue in Czech Republic with 43 laptimes.This page represents the 5.4 kilometer (3.4 mile) configuration of this track.


Country Czech Republic
Track length 5.40 km / 3.36 miles
Track record 1:54.6 (Honda RC213V)
Top speed 312 kph (194 mph) (Ducati GP16)
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FastestLaps  2y ago

Fantastic Czech Republic GP yesterday. MotoGP is far more exciting and unpredictable than Formula 1. And its not just random unpredictability - it is unpredictability that makes sense - different tyre choices, different performance for each bike according to conditions (rain, dry, cool, hot) and ability for great riders to win races even on not-so-great bikes.