125: Motegi qualifying 2 times

Pos Rider Nat Team Motorcycle Time Gap To 1st --- ---------------------- --- ------------------------- ------------ -------- ------- ------- 1. Mike Di Meglio F Ajo Motorsport ...

125: Motegi qualifying 2 times
 Pos Rider Nat Team Motorcycle Time Gap To 1st --- ---------------------- --- ------------------------- ------------ -------- ------- ------- 1. Mike Di Meglio F Ajo Motorsport Derbi 1:58.678 2. Stefan Bradl D Grizzly Gas Kiefer Racing Aprilia 1:59.059 0.381 0.381 3. Nicolas Terol E Jack & Jones WRB Aprilia 1:59.104 0.045 0.426 4. Sandro Cortese D Emmi - Caffe Latte Aprilia 1:59.132 0.028 0.454 5. Gabor Talmacsi H Bancaja Aspar Team Aprilia 1:59.179 0.047 0.501 6. Scott Redding GB Blusens Aprilia Junior Aprilia 1:59.351 0.172 0.673 7. Dominique Aegerter CH Ajo Motorsport Derbi 1:59.463 0.112 0.785 8. Pol Espargaro E Belson Derbi Derbi 1:59.562 0.099 0.884 9. Andrea Iannone I I.C. Team Aprilia 1:59.565 0.003 0.887 10. Sergio Gadea E Bancaja Aspar Team Aprilia 1:59.695 0.130 1.017 11. Tomoyoshi Koyama J ISPA KTM Aran KTM 1:59.739 0.044 1.061 12. Joan Olive E Belson Derbi Derbi 1:59.756 0.017 1.078 13. Marc Marquez E Repsol KTM 125cc  KTM 1:59.783 0.027 1.105 14. Bradley Smith GB Polaris World Aprilia 1:59.784 0.001 1.106 15. Simone Corsi I Jack & Jones WRB Aprilia 1:59.919 0.135 1.241 16. Efren Vazquez E Blusens Aprilia Junior Aprilia 1:59.956 0.037 1.278 17. Stevie Bonsey USA Degraaf Grand Prix Aprilia 2:00.112 0.156 1.434 18. Danny Webb GB Degraaf Grand Prix Aprilia 2:00.125 0.013 1.447 19. Raffaele De Rosa I Onde 2000 KTM KTM 2:00.404 0.279 1.726 20. Takaaki Nakagami J I.C. Team Aprilia 2:00.434 0.030 1.756 21. Esteve Rabat E Repsol KTM 125cc KTM 2:01.121 0.687 2.443 22. Alexis Masbou F Loncin Racing Loncin 2:01.247 0.126 2.569 23. Lorenzo Zanetti I ISPA KTM Aran KTM 2:01.279 0.032 2.601 24. Michael Ranseder A I.C. Team Aprilia 2:01.395 0.116 2.717 25. Robin Lasser D Grizzly Gas Kiefer Racing Aprilia 2:01.458 0.063 2.780 26. Iori Namihira J Honda Suzuka Racing Honda 2:01.944 0.486 3.266 27. Hiroomi Iwata J DYDO Miu Racing Honda 2:01.946 0.002 3.268 28. Pablo Nieto E Onde 2000 KTM KTM 2:02.000 0.054 3.322 29. Adrian Martin E Bancaja Aspar Team Aprilia 2:02.069 0.069 3.391 30. Marco Ravaioli I Matteoni Racing Aprilia 2:02.148 0.079 3.470 31. Jonas Folger D Red Bull KTM 125 KTM 2:02.270 0.122 3.592 32. Yuuichi Yanagisawa J 18 Garage Racing Honda 2:02.488 0.218 3.810 33. Robert Muresan RO Grizzly Gas Kiefer Racing Aprilia 2:02.656 0.168 3.978 34. Kazuma Watanabe J Team Plus One Honda 2:02.708 0.052 4.030 35. Hiroki Ono J Battle Factory Honda 2:02.833 0.125 4.155 36. Jules Cluzel F Loncin Racing Loncin 2:03.058 0.225 4.380 37. Cyril Carrillo F FFM Honda GP 125 Honda 2:03.426 0.368 4.748 38. Hugo Van Den Berg NL Degraaf Grand Prix Aprilia 2:03.494 0.068 4.816 39. Bastien Chesaux CH WTR San Marino Team Aprilia 2:04.091 0.597 5.413 

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