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World Cup MotoGP – in both qualifying sessions for the vital fourth round of the 2022 MotoGPTM eSport Global Series, just 0.03s separated the top row! After qualifying for the fourth round of the World Cup MotoGP eSport Global Series, the grid for both races was decided by the smallest of margins.
After two spectacular qualifying sessions, Cristianmm17 of LCR Honda CASTROL eSports Team took pole for the first race while PieroRicciuti55 of Ducati Lenovo eSport Team took pole for the second. At the conclusion of both stints, just 0.03s separated the top three. Repsol Honda Team’s adriaan 26 finished second in both sessions, with the Spaniard setting an identical time to pole in the second qualifying heat.
Meanwhile, it was another tough qualifying day for current championship leader and defending champion trast73 (Monster Energy Yamaha World Cup MotoGP), who will start sixth in both races. With just four points separating first and second in the championship race, may the lead change hands on Friday, September 23rd at 12.00 (GMT +9), when the fourth round of the 2022 Global Series takes place?
After three dramatic rounds, round four is a Virtual Round. Another change for this year is a new point-scoring mechanism for these Virtual Rounds. A race winner receives 12.5 points, the runner-up receives 10, third place receives 8, and so on.
The twelve gamers from Australia, the United Kingdom, Indonesia, Italy, and Spain advanced through the Pro Draft and Draft Selection processes and have been picked by the MotoGPTM teams to represent them in the renowned five-round series.
Round four really puts each finalist’s talents to the test. The two courses in contention are ones that the World Cup MotoGP field is presently racing on: Race 1 will take place at the Chang International Circuit, home of the Thai Grand Prix at the World Cup MotoGP, while Race 2 will take place at the famous Mobility Resort Motegi, home of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Furthermore, it will take place at noon in the Japanese time zone on the same weekend when World Cup MotoGP returns to Japan for the first time since 2019!
Qualifying for race one was chaotic, with just 0.2s separating the top five players. Cristianmm17 ultimately edged out adriaan 26 by the tiniest of margins (0.032s!). Ecstar Suzuki’s AndreaSaveri11, who is now second in the World Cup MotoGP Global Series standings, placed third, barely 0.034s back.
In the second session, there was little to separate PieroRicciuti55 and adriaan 26, with the former taking pole position when his second quicker time beat the latter’s. Cristianmm17 came in third.
Jack Appleyard and Jack Gorst will host the broadcast on Friday (September 23rd) at 12:00 (GMT +9), as well as provide commentary during an hour-long show that will begin with qualifying highlights before the twelve finalists compete in the two races. Live coverage of Friday’s race will be accessible on World Cup MotoGP Betting, as well as a variety of social media sites and eight television networks.
Qualifying results for Race 1:
- Cristianmm17, 1’25.419
- adriaan 26, 1’25.451 +0.032
AndreaSaveri11, 1’25.453 +0.034
- PieroRicciuti55, 1’25.586 +0.167
- Trast73, 1’25.619 +0.200
- Vindex813, 1’25.718 +0.299
- Jack Hammer4658, 1’25.819 +0.400
- Sbadalongo, 1’26.019 +0.600
- Davidegallina23, 1’26.085 +0.666
TateeGo, 1’26.187 +0.768
- U-Mastru21, —
- MrTftw, —
Qualifying results for Race 2:
- PieroRicciuti55, 1’39.879
- adriaan 26, 1’39.879 +0.000
- Cristianmm17, 1’39.912 +0.033
- Jack Hammer4658, 1’40.046 +0.167
- Trast73, 1’40.079 +0.200
AndreaSaveri11, 1’40.212 +0.333
- Vindex813, 1’40.314 +0.435
- Sbadalongo, 140.615 +0.736
- TateeGo, 140.645 +0.766
Davidegallina23, 1’40.715 +0.836
- MrTftw, 1’40.978 +1.099
- U-Mastru21, 1’41.183 +1.304
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