Jorge Martin wins pole position at MotoGP Thailand 2023 Jorge Martin wins pole position at MotoGP Thailand 2023

Jorge Martin wins pole position at MotoGP Thailand 2023

Jorge Martin wins pole position at MotoGP Thailand 2023

Pramac Racing racer Jorge Martin won pole position in the 2023 Thailand MotoGP at the Buriram Circuit, Saturday.

Martin was the fastest in the qualifying session which took place at the Buriram Circuit, Saturday, with a time of one minute 29.287 seconds.

The time achieved by Martin is the record for the fastest lap in the event that took place at this circuit.

Meanwhile, second place was occupied by Mooney VR46 racer Luca Marini who recorded a time of +0.138 seconds over Martin.

In third place was Aprilia racer Aleix Espargaro who appeared quite consistent during qualifying.

Next in fourth place is Marco Bezzechi followed by Brad Binder in fifth position. Then in the second row is Francesco Bagnaia.

Then Alex Marquez, who was the fastest racer in Q1, will start the race from seventh position. Followed by his older brother, Marc Marquez, who will start from eighth position.

Reporting from the official MotoGP website, Saturday, the following are the qualifying results for the 2023 Thailand MotoGP:

1. Jorge Martin (Prima Pramac Ducati)
2. Luca Marini (Mooney VR46 Ducati)
3. Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing)
4. Marco Bezzecchi (Mooney VR46 Ducati)
5. Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM)
6. Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo)
7. Alex Marquez (Gresini Ducati)
8. Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda)
9. Maverick Vinales (Aprilia Racing)
10. Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha)
11. Johann Zarco (Prima Pramac Ducati)
12. Augusto Fernandez (GASGAS Tech3 KTM )
13. Fabio Di Giannantonio (Gresini Ducati)
14. Raul Fernandez (RNF Aprilia)
15. Jack Miller (Red Bull KTM)
16. Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda)
17. Pol Espargaro (GASGAS Tech3 KTM)
18. Franco Morbidelli (Monster Energy Yamaha)
19. Joan Mir (Repsol Honda)
20. Miguel Oliveira (RNF Aprilia)
21. Enea Bastianini (Ducati Lenovo). 



Hangzhou Asian Para Games 2022 officially closed

Hangzhou, China - The 2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games officially closed with a closing ceremony held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center, China, Saturday.

"Who would have thought that the sky tonight would be so clear, so beautiful, on the closing day of the 2022 Asian Para Games. Hangzhou has been a beautiful place for this event," said Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) President Majid Rashed.

Furthermore, he also appreciated the countries participating in the fourth edition of the Asian Para Games. Moreover, there were 283 Asian Para Games records broken, as well as 72 Asian records and 21 world records set by athletes competing on the biggest sporting stage for athletes with disabilities in Asia.

"We have all seen the struggles of the 468 athletes who competed in the Asian Para Games. We are sure that all the spectators and supporters here were inspired by their performance," said Rashed.

"Their performance and achievements show that nothing is impossible if we fight with determination and courage," he added.

The closing ceremony of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games also highlighted the beauty of solidarity between countries on the Asian continent, as well as how inclusivity is something that must continue to be fought for, including in the world of sport.

"We will not forget how the respect, inclusiveness and harmony of the Asian community was clearly demonstrated at the Asian Para Games. We were all able to meet and greet each other amidst the beauty of West Lake," said Chairman of the China Federation of Disabled Societies Cheng Kai.

Indonesia's progress.
Meanwhile, the Indonesian team managed to finish in sixth position in the medal standings of the fourth edition of the Asian Para Games, with a total of 95 medals collected. The details are 29 gold medals, 30 silver medals and 36 bronze medals.

This achievement far exceeded the original target of finishing in the top 10 with 19 gold, 23 silver and 25 bronze medals.

Apart from that, this achievement also makes Indonesia the first ranked country in the Southeast Asia region at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games.

Not only that, at least 13 new records were recorded by Indonesian athletes at this event, with details of eight Asian Para Games records, three Asian records and two world records.

Meanwhile, the fifth edition of the Asian Para Games will be held in 2026 in Aichi, Nagoya, Japan.

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