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Flag of San Marino.png 2019 San Marino MotoE Race 1
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The Misano Circuit hosted its first MotoE race.
Race Information
Date 14 September 2019
Official Name 2019 Gran Premio Octo di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini
Location Flag of Italy.png Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Misano Adriatico, Italy
Lap length 4.226km (2.626 mi)
Distance 7 laps / 29.582 km (18.381 mi)
Support Race Flag of San Marino.png 2019 San Marino and Rimini's Coast Grand Prix
Qualifying Result
Pole Sitter Flag of San Marino.png Alex de Angelis
Team Flag of Italy.png Octo Pramac MotoE
Time 1:44.660
Fastest Lap
Driver Flag of Italy.png Matteo Ferrari
Team Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE
Fastest Lap 1:44.461 on lap 4
Race Result
First Second Third
Flag of Italy.png Matteo Ferrari Flag of Spain.png Héctor Garzó Flag of Italy.png Mattia Casadei
Winner Team Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE
Time 12:15.142
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The 2019 San Marino MotoE Race 1, otherwise officially known as the 2019 Gran Premio Octo di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini MotoE Race 1, was the third round of the 2019 FIM MotoE World Cup, held at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in Misano Adriatico, Italy, on the 14 September 2019.[1] The race, which was held in support of the MotoGP Championship, would see Matteo Ferrari claim victory as several major title contenders crashed out.[2]

Qualifying would see "home" rider Alex de Angelis claim E-Pole, while Ferrari and Xavier Siméon completed the front row within a tenth of the Sammarinese rider.[3] Yet, there would be a few shocks further down, with Championship leader Mike di Meglio, as well as former leader Niki Tuuli both crashing on their flying laps, leaving them at the back of the grid.[3]

It was dry and warm for the race, with de Angelis making a perfect start to claim the lead, with Ferrari and Siméon giving chase.[2] Further back, di Meglio made a stunning start to leap from last to fourteenth, with Tuuli unable to go with him.[2]

However, di Meglio's race was over before the end of the opening lap, an issue with his bike ensuring he had to stop at the end of the lap.[2] He would get back out into the fray but retired for good on the second lap, moments before an accident up ahead removed several of his major title rivals.[2]

Tuuli was the cause, with a lunge at Mattia Casadei causing the two to tangle and Tuuli to lose stability.[2] The Finn slid off and took Casadei down with him, before the Italian himself went sliding into the side of Bradley Smith.[2] Smith miraculously managed to keep upright and rejoin, albeit at the back of the field, while Casadei and Tuuli were out.[2]

Out front, meanwhile, de Angelis would break clear of the rest of the field, dragging Ferrari and Siméon with him, those two jostling for second.[2] Behind, Eric Granado crashed out of fourth while fighting with Héctor Garzó, releasing the Spaniard to hunt down the lead trio.[2]

de Angelis's race took a turn for the worst a few laps later, a highside at turn five sending the Sammarinese rider off the circuit.[2] That left Ferrari leading from Siméon and Garzó, the Spaniard having caught them as de Angelis was thrown out of contention.[2]

Those three would scrap through to the start of the final lap, with Ferrari able to break clear on the final tour to claim victory and the lead in the Cup.[2] He would be aided by Garzó's attempts to pass Siméon, with the Spaniard elbowing his way past at turn eleven to secure second.[2]

After the race it was announced that Tuuli had sustained fractures to his left wrist and femur, and hence was unable to take part in the second race.[4]

Background

Mike di Meglio moved to the top of the Cup hunt after the second round of the season, leaving Austria with 41 points to his name. Bradley Smith was up to second, five off the lead, while Xavier Siméon moved into third after his maiden podium finish. Former leader Niki Tuuli slipped to fourth, having only scored one point in Austria, while María Herrera left the Red Bull Ring as the only rider not to have scored.

In the Teams Championship it was EG 0,0 Marc VDS who left Austria at the head of the hunt, with all of their points scored by lone rider di Meglio. Avintia Esponsorama Racing were up to second, the first of the two-rider teams, while One Energy Racing were a point behind in third. A further three points separated One Energy from fourth placed Octo Pramac MotoE, while Trentino Gresini MotoE completed the top five.

Entry List

The full entry list for the 2019 San Marino MotoE Race 1 is displayed below:

2019 San Marino MotoE Race 1 Entry List
No. Name Entrant Constructor Bike
2 Flag of Switzerland.png Jesko Raffin Flag of Germany.png Dynavolt Intact GP Energica Ego Corsa
4 Flag of Spain.png Héctor Garzó Flag of France.png Tech3 E-Racing Energica Ego Corsa
5 Flag of San Marino.png Alex de Angelis Flag of Italy.png Octo Pramac MotoE Energica Ego Corsa
6 Flag of Spain.png María Herrera Flag of Spain.png Openbank Ángel Nieto Team Energica Ego Corsa
7 Flag of Italy.png Niccolò Canepa Flag of Monaco.png LCR E-Team Energica Ego Corsa
10 Flag of Belgium.png Xavier Siméon Flag of Spain.png Avintia Esponsorama Racing Energica Ego Corsa
11 Flag of Italy.png Matteo Ferrari Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE Energica Ego Corsa
14 Flag of France.png Randy de Puniet Flag of Monaco.png LCR E-Team Energica Ego Corsa
15 Flag of Spain.png Sete Gibernau Flag of Spain.png Join Contract Pons 40 Energica Ego Corsa
16 Flag of Australia.png Joshua Hook Flag of Italy.png Octo Pramac MotoE Energica Ego Corsa
18 Flag of Spain.png Nicolás Terol Flag of Spain.png Openbank Ángel Nieto Team Energica Ego Corsa
27 Flag of Italy.png Mattia Casadei Flag of Italy.png Ongetta SIC58 Squadra Corse Energica Ego Corsa
32 Flag of Italy.png Lorenzo Savadori Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE Energica Ego Corsa
38 Flag of the United Kingdom.png Bradley Smith Flag of Malaysia.png One Energy Racing Energica Ego Corsa
51 Flag of Brazil.png Eric Granado Flag of Spain.png Avintia Esponsorama Racing Energica Ego Corsa
63 Flag of France.png Mike di Meglio Flag of Belgium.png EG 0,0 Marc VDS Energica Ego Corsa
66 Flag of Finland.png Niki Tuuli Flag of Finland.png Ajo MotoE Energica Ego Corsa
78 Flag of France.png Kenny Foray Flag of France.png Tech3 E-Racing Energica Ego Corsa
Source:[5]

Practice

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Qualifying

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Post Qualifying

The final qualifying result for the 2019 San Marino MotoE Race 1 are outlined below:

2019 San Marino MotoE Race 1 Qualifying Result
Pos. No. Name Team Time Gap Ave. Speed Grid
1st 5 Flag of San Marino.png Alex de Angelis Flag of Italy.png Octo Pramac MotoE 1:44.660 145.360 km/h 1
2nd 11 Flag of Italy.png Matteo Ferrari Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE 1:44.708 +0.048s 145.295 km/h 2
3rd 10 Flag of Belgium.png Xavier Siméon Flag of Spain.png Avintia Esponsorama Racing 1:44.769 +0.109s 145.211 km/h 3
4th 2 Flag of Switzerland.png Jesko Raffin Flag of Germany.png Dynavolt Intact GP 1:44.878 +0.218s 145.060 km/h 4
5th 7 Flag of Italy.png Niccolò Canepa Flag of Monaco.png LCR E-Team 1:44.913 +0.253s 145.012 km/h 5
6th 6 Flag of Spain.png María Herrera Flag of Spain.png Openbank Ángel Nieto Team 1:44.923 +0.263s 144.998 km/h 6
7th 38 Flag of the United Kingdom.png Bradley Smith Flag of Malaysia.png One Energy Racing 1:45.011 +0.351s 144.876 km/h 7
8th 4 Flag of Spain.png Héctor Garzó Flag of France.png Tech3 E-Racing 1:45.097 +0.437s 144.758 km/h 8
9th 18 Flag of Spain.png Nicolás Terol Flag of Spain.png Openbank Ángel Nieto Team 1:45.540 +0.880s 144.150 km/h 9
10th 27 Flag of Italy.png Mattia Casadei Flag of Italy.png Ongetta SIC58 Squadra Corse 1:45.548 +0.888s 144.139 km/h 10
11th 32 Flag of Italy.png Lorenzo Savadori Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE 1:45.725 +1.065s 143.898 km/h 11
12th 16 Flag of Australia.png Joshua Hook Flag of Italy.png Octo Pramac MotoE 1:47.448 +2.788s 141.590 km/h 12
13th 78 Flag of France.png Kenny Foray Flag of France.png Tech3 E-Racing 1:47.542 +2.882s 141.467 km/h 13
14th 14 Flag of France.png Randy de Puniet Flag of Monaco.png LCR E-Team 1:47.918 +3.258s 140.974 km/h 14
107% Time: 1:51.986[6]
NC* 15 Flag of Spain.png Sete Gibernau Flag of Spain.png Join Contract Pons 40 18
NC* 51 Flag of Brazil.png Eric Granado Flag of Spain.png Avintia Esponsorama Racing 16
NC* 63 Flag of France.png Mike di Meglio Flag of Belgium.png EG 0,0 Marc VDS 17
NC* 66 Flag of Finland.png Niki Tuuli Flag of Finland.png Ajo MotoE 15
Source:[6]
  • * Gibernau, Granado, di Meglio and Tuuli were all allowed to start at the stewards' discretion.[6]

Race

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Result

The final classification of the 2019 San Marino MotoE Race 1 is displayed below, with the fastest lap setter indicated in italics, and the pole sitter shown in bold:

2019 San Marino MotoE Race 1 Race Result
Pos. No. Name Team Laps Race Time Fastest lap Pts.
1st 11 Flag of Italy.png Matteo Ferrari Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE 7 12:19.694 1:44.461 25
2nd 4 Flag of Spain.png Héctor Garzó Flag of France.png Tech3 E-Racing 7 +0.187s 1:44.546 20
3rd 10 Flag of Belgium.png Xavier Siméon Flag of Spain.png Avintia Esponsorama Racing 7 +0.590s 1:44.610 16
4th 2 Flag of Switzerland.png Jesko Raffin Flag of Germany.png Dynavolt Intact GP 7 +3.111s 1:44.899 13
5th 7 Flag of Italy.png Niccolò Canepa Flag of Monaco.png LCR E-Team 7 +3.284s 1:45.048 11
6th 6 Flag of Spain.png María Herrera Flag of Spain.png Openbank Ángel Nieto Team 7 +6.516s 1:45.236 10
7th 32 Flag of Italy.png Lorenzo Savadori Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE 7 +6.883s 1:45.357 9
8th 18 Flag of Spain.png Nicolás Terol Flag of Spain.png Openbank Ángel Nieto Team 7 +7.276s 1:45.459 8
9th 15 Flag of Spain.png Sete Gibernau Flag of Spain.png Join Contract Pons 40 7 +14.576s 1:46.300 7
10th 16 Flag of Australia.png Joshua Hook Flag of Italy.png Octo Pramac MotoE 7 +15.568s 1:46.316 6
11th 14 Flag of France.png Randy de Puniet Flag of Monaco.png LCR E-Team 7 +22.278s 1:47.119 5
12th 38 Flag of the United Kingdom.png Bradley Smith Flag of Malaysia.png One Energy Racing 7 +31.146s 1:46.145 4
13th 51 Flag of Brazil.png Eric Granado Flag of Spain.png Avintia Esponsorama Racing 7 +1:10.405 1:44.751 3
Ret 5 Flag of San Marino.png Alex de Angelis Flag of Italy.png Octo Pramac MotoE 3 Accident 1:44.949
Ret 27 Flag of Italy.png Mattia Casadei Flag of Italy.png Ongetta SIC58 Squadra Corse 1 Collision 1:51.452
Ret 66 Flag of Finland.png Niki Tuuli Flag of Finland.png Ajo MotoE 1 Collision 1:51.680
Ret 78 Flag of France.png Kenny Foray Flag of France.png Tech3 E-Racing 1 Accident 1:55.042
Ret 63 Flag of France.png Mike di Meglio Flag of Belgium.png EG 0,0 Marc VDS 1 Retired 2:03.037
Source:[5]

Milestones

Standings

Victory shot Matteo Ferrari straight to the top of the Championship at the halfway point of the season, ending the day on 47 points. That moved him two clear of Xavier Siméon in second, with former leader Mike di Meglio slipping to third, six points off the lead. Bradley Smith was next, a point further back, while María Herrera had claimed her first points of the season to move into fifteenth.

In the Teams Cup it was Trentino Gresini MotoE who emerged at the head of the hunt, their two bike effort ending the afternoon on 62 points. Avintia Esponsorama Racing had retained second, moving onto 56 points, while former leaders EG 0,0 Marc VDS slipped to third, but remained the lead team with a single rider. One Energy Racing and Tech3 E-Racing completed the top five, while Ongetta SIC58 Squadra Corse rounded out the table.

 
2019 Riders World Cup
Pos. Name Pts. +/-
1st Flag of Italy.png Matteo Ferrari 47 ▲5
2nd Flag of Belgium.png Xavier Siméon 45 ▲1
3rd Flag of France.png Mike di Meglio 41 ▼2
4th Flag of the United Kingdom.png Bradley Smith 40 ▼2
5th Flag of Spain.png Héctor Garzó 33 ▲3
6th Flag of Finland.png Niki Tuuli 26 ▼2
7th Flag of Spain.png Sete Gibernau 24 ◄0
8th Flag of San Marino.png Alex de Angelis 23 ▼3
9th Flag of Switzerland.png Jesko Raffin 23 ▲2
10th Flag of Italy.png Niccolò Canepa 23 ▼1
11th Flag of Australia.png Joshua Hook 16 ▼1
12th Flag of Spain.png Nicolás Terol 16 ▲1
13th Flag of Italy.png Lorenzo Savadori 15 ▲3
14th Flag of Brazil.png Eric Granado 11 ▼2
15th Flag of Spain.png María Herrera 10 ▲3
16th Flag of France.png Randy de Puniet 9 ▲1
17th Flag of Italy.png Mattia Casadei 8 ▼3
18th Flag of France.png Kenny Foray 7 ▼3
2019 Teams World Cup
Pos. Name Pts. +/-
1st Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE 62 ▲4
2nd Flag of Spain.png Avintia Esponsorama Racing 56 ◄0
3rd Flag of Belgium.png EG 0,0 Marc VDS 41 ▼1
4th Flag of Malaysia.png One Energy Racing 40 ▼1
5th Flag of France.png Tech3 E-Racing 40 ▲2
6th Flag of Italy.png Octo Pramac MotoE 39 ▼2
7th Flag of Monaco.png LCR E-Team 32 ▲2
8th Flag of Finland.png Ajo MotoE 26 ▼2
9th Flag of Spain.png Openbank Ángel Nieto Team 26 ▲3
10th Flag of Spain.png Join Contract Pons 40 24 ▼2
11th Flag of Germany.png Dynavolt Intact GP 23 ▼1
12th Flag of Italy.png Ongetta SIC58 Squadra Corse 8 ▼1

Only point scoring riders and teams are shown.

References

Videos and Images:

References:

  1. 'New MotoE™ calendar announced', motogp.com, (Dorna Sports SL, 27/06/2019), http://www.motogp.com/en/news/2019/03/26/new-motoe-calendar-announced/287184, (Accessed 06/07/2019)
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 'Forza Ferrari: Italian wins dramatic Race 1', motogp.com, (Dorna Sports SL, 14/09/2019), https://www.motogp.com/en/news/2019/09/14/forza-ferrari-italian-wins-dramatic-race-1/308285, (Accessed 16/09/2019)
  3. 3.0 3.1 'Home hero de Angelis claims Misano E-Pole', motogp.com, (Dorna Sports SL, 13/09/2019), https://www.motogp.com/en/news/2019/09/13/home-hero-de-angelis-claims-misano-e-pole/307888, (Accessed 16/09/2019)
  4. Jamie Klien, 'Misano MotoE: Ferrari wins, title protagonists suffer', motorsport.com, (Motorsport Network, 14/09/2019), https://www.motorsport.com/motoe/news/misano-report-ferrari-garzo-simeon/4541379/, (Accessed 16/09/2019)
  5. 5.0 5.1 'GP OCTO DI SAN MARINO E DELLA RIVIERA DI RIMINI: Race Nr. 1 Classification', motogp.com, (Dorna Sports SL, 14/09/2019), https://resources.motogp.com/files/results/2019/RSM/MotoE/RAC1/Classification.pdf?v1_b248be13, (Accessed 16/09/2019)
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 'GP OCTO DI SAN MARINO E DELLA RIVIERA DI RIMINI: E-Pole Classification', motogp.com, (Dorna Sports SL, 13/09/2019), https://resources.motogp.com/files/results/2019/RSM/MotoE/EP/Classification.pdf?v1_9161682a, (Accessed 16/09/2019)
2019 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup
Entrants
Ajo MotoEAvintia RacingDynavolt Intact GPEG 0,0 Marc VDSJoin Contract Pons 40LCR E-TeamOcto Pramac MotoEOne Energy RacingOngetta SIC58 Squadra CorseOpenbank Ángel Nieto TeamTech3 E-RacingTrentino Gresini MotoE
Manufacturers
Energica Motorcycle Company
Bikes
Ego Corsa
Riders
2 Jesko Raffin • 4 Héctor Garzó • 5 Alex de Angelis • 6 María Herrera • 7 Niccolò Canepa • 10 Xavier Siméon • 11 Matteo Ferrari • 14 Randy de Puniet • 15 Sete Gibernau • 16 Joshua Hook • 18 Nicolás Terol • 27 Mattia Casadei • 32 Lorenzo Savadori • 38 Bradley Smith • 51 Eric Granado • 63 Mike di Meglio • 66 Niki Tuuli • 78 Kenny Foray
Races
GermanAustriaSan Marino 1San Marino 2Valencia 1Valencia 2
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