MotoGP Engines after Sepang
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Here is an update to MotoGP engines after Sunday Warm Up at Sepang. Data taken from official Dorna Engine Lists.
Again, factory teams (Honda and Yamaha only) are limited to five engines for the season.
Marquez used engines #4 and #5 over the weekend, racing engine #5. None has been withdrawn from allocation, though Marquez has not used engine #1 since Catalunya and #2 since Assen.
Pedrosa also used #4 and #5 from his allotment over the weekend, and also raced #5. He has not used engine #2 since Catalunya, and last used #1 at Indianapolis. He also no engines withdrawn from allocation.
Bradl still has four engines in service with one withdrawn from allocation, and used engine #5 for the race. Engine #2 was withdrawn at Assen, and he has not used #1 since Silverstone.
Bautista still has three engines in use with two withdrawn. He used engines #4 and #5 over the weekend, racing #5. Interestingly, Bautista has not used engine #1 since the race at Assen. While #1 has not been withdrawn from allocation, Bautista has been using #4 and #5 since Round 9 in Germany. That’s nine rounds on two engines.
Rossi still has five engines in service. Until Sunday he used #3 and #4. For Warm Up he used #4 and #5, then raced #5. Also with five engines in his allotment, he has not used #1 since FP2 at Indianapolis, and he has not used #2 since the race at Catalunya.
Lorenzo started using his fifth engine at Phillip Island. He used #3, #4 and #5 at Sepang, racing #5. The longest rest any of his engines has had is that of #1, which has not been used since Misano. He also has none removed from allocation.
Pol Espargaro saw his #1 engine withdrawn at Sepang, but he still has one engine yet to be used. He raced #3.
Smith has four engines running with one not yet in service. He raced engine #2.
Ducati is allowed 12 engines instead of five and rider use is as follows.
Dovizioso now has six engines withdrawn and six in use. He hasn’t used #4 since Silverstone, and raced #12.
Crutchlow remains with five engines withdrawn from allocation. Having opened #9 for Warm up, he raced #8 and now has four in use with three unopened.
Hernandez has seven engines in use and five unopened, having withdrawn none so far. He raced #7. He has not used #1 since racing it at Assen, and he has not used #2 since Le mans.
Iannone opened #12 at Phillip Island for Warm up, and then raced it. For the first three sessions at Sepang he used #11 and #12 before withdrawing for the weekend. He now has seven withdrawn, five in use, none unopened.
Open teams also receive 12 engines this season.
Aleix Espargaro’s #10 engine was opened for FP1 at Sepang, and he raced that engine. He has four withdrawn, six in use, and two more waiting to be used.
His teammate, currently De Angelis, who inherited Colin Edwards’ allotment, shows five withdrawn, four in service and three unopened. He raced #9.
Hayden’s #9 engine was withdrawn after being used for Fp2, leaving seven withdrawn in total, two in use and two unopened. GP. Engine #9 was sealed and brought into service, leaving two unopened.
Aoyama has lost eight so far, has three in service and one unopened.
Redding has withdrawn seven, has four in service and one unopened.
Abraham has withdrawn six, has four in use and two unopened.
The remaining riders’ allocations are as follows:
Barbera: six withdrawn, two in use, four unopened.
Di Meglio: five withdrawn, four in use, three unopened.
Laverty: seven withdrawn, five in use.
Parkes: seven withdrawn, four in use, one unopened.
Petrucci: five withdrawn, four in use, three unopened.
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