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Formula 1. World Superbike. Load more. Subscribe to our newsletter. Same circuit. Same weather conditions more or less. Same riders more or less.
Same bikes more or less. So why do we even need practice? Why not just skip all of Friday and go straight into qualifying on Saturday?
Compare the combined standings at the end of the first day of the Spanish and Andalusian Grand Prix. The rest of the field varies wildly.
Franco Morbidelli was 12th last week, 4th this week. Andrea Dovizioso was 4th last week, 10th this week. Valentino Rossi was 13th last week, 2nd today.
On Thursday, June 27th, , Jorge Lorenzo took a flying lap around a soaking wet Assen during FP2, and hit a patch of water at Hoge Heide, the blisteringly fast right-left flick before the Ramshoek and the GT chicane.
The Spaniard hit the ground hard, breaking his left collarbone. Trailing Dani Pedrosa in the championship by 7 points, Lorenzo decided to fly back to Barcelona for surgery.
Lorenzo flew to Barcelona on Thursday night, had his collarbone plated in the Dexeus Institut that night, and spent Friday morning recovering.
Friday evening, Lorenzo was on a plane again, on his way back to Assen, and contemplating riding. On Saturday morning, race day at the time, Lorenzo was passed fit by the circuit doctor at Assen.
Starting from twelfth on the grid — he had qualified for Q2 in FP1, benefiting from the weather conditions — the Spaniard gritted his teeth and suffered through a long race, eventually finishing in a remarkable fifth place.
Lorenzo's story has gone down in the annals of MotoGP history as a feat of epic endurance and willpower. But there were many question marks raised at the time.
Was it safe? Was it worth the risk of crashing again, and potentially suffering a worse injury?
The case even triggered a change in the rules, with a clause added that riders who had been under any form of anesthesia would not be allowed to practice or race for 48 hours afterwards.
The Jerez medical center has been a busy place for the past hour, with riders coming and going for their medical assessments. Cal Crutchlow, Marc Marquez, and Alex Rins all had to pass a fitness test before being given the all clear to test.
All three have been declared fit, and will attempt to ride tomorrow, to assess their fitness on the bike. Cal Crutchlow fractured his left scaphoid in a crash during Sunday warm up at Jerez last week, and had the scaphoid pinned in place.
Although the pinned scaphoid will be painful, he should not have too many problems riding, especially as the injury is to his left hand, rather than his right.
Jerez is a clockwise circuit with a lot of right hand corners, and all the hard braking at the circuit is done on the right.
Despite breaking his arm during last Sunday's race at the circuit, and having surgery to plate the arm on Tuesday, Marquez is determined to attempt to ride.
Marquez faces a number of hurdles before he is allowed to ride. He is already flying back to Jerez, but on arrival, he faces examination by the circuit doctors.
He will have to prove he is capable of riding safely and controlling the motorcycle. That means having the strength in his upper arm to manage braking and turning, which can place huge loads on the arms, especially, as the braking forces produced by the Brembo carbon brakes meaning the riders have to support more than their own bodyweight with their arms.
It was a busy day at the Dexeus clinic in Barcelona, as both Marc Marquez and Cal Crutchlow went under the knife to fix injuries picked up at the opening round of the season at Jerez.
Marquez broke his right humerus in a fast crash at Turn 3 during the race, while Crutchlow fractured his left scaphoid in a crash during warm up.
Surgery was successful for both riders, with no complications reported. Marc Marquez had the more invasive surgery. The doctors opened his right upper arm to put the broken humerus back together and fix it in place with a titanium plate.
The best news from the operation is that there was no nerve damage, which had been a concern in the immediate aftermath of the crash.
With the humerus now plated, Marquez is aiming to return at Brno, to be held on August 9th. If that is too soon, then the Repsol Honda rider will try to race at the first round in Austria a week later.
So much so that it didn't all fit into the subscriber notes published in the very, very wee hours of Monday morning. But here are a few more things to think about.
That would greatly improve his chances of a speedy recovery, a pin or plate enough to hold the bone in his upper arm together. We had to wait days between races, but boy, was it worth the wait.
The Moto3 race was the usual closely-fought battle, the new order reasserted itself in Moto2, and the MotoGP race destroyed any preconceptions we had of the season, while serving up a smorgasbord of some of the finest riding we have seen in a very long time.
Motorcycle racing junkies got the fix they had jonesing for, which should keep them sated for a while. And the best thing is we do it all over again next week.
Though it is hard to imagine how the MotoGP paddock can replicate the events of this weekend. It is hard to believe how much happened in the space of just a single day.
But here's what mattered on Sunday.