MotoGP, Francesco Bagnaia breaks pole at Aragon and keeps pressure on Quartararo (sixth) – OA Sport

The qualifications From Grand Prix of Aragon From MotoGP They were held in orthodox conditions, that is, on a dry path without climatic disturbances. There was no need for rain to have a particularly eventful session, as the result of the free practice forced many of the top riders to participate in Q1. So, the stage primary He saw men of Mark’s caliber engaged MarquisAlex spargarydissident Vinales and Wuhan zirco. Everyone was forced to play only two passes for the decisive round.

x 1 – As mentioned, a furious quarrel from the start. Times are impressive, and in the end, the two men who were the best performers of 2022, Alex spargary (1’46” 569) H zirco (1’46” 843) Nothing Mark can do Marquis, the French defeated him 66 parts of a thousand. The Iberian should take thirteenth place. It’s still worse Vinalesslipped at the beginning of his second time attack. The Catalan will start in 16th place. Luca slipped between the two Marine and Fabio By Gianantoni. Franco’s performance annoyed Morbidlyat the age of twenty and until Cal Crutchlow passed by, in fact, a former rider went back to work as a “surrogate” at the Yamaha WithU…

Q2 (Part One) – The The first frame in a long time Greatly tapped by Enea Bastianini, who puts a 1’46-inch 580, doing better than a factory Ducati, provisionally in second and third. However, the experience of time indicates how there can be room for improvement. On the other hand, it’s slower than the best of Q1, albeit by 11ppm. In difficulty, however, Quartararo is only seventh.

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Q2 (showdown) Unsurprisingly, times are reduced with the second qualifying frame and re-hierarchy within Ducati. The whole first row of Borgo Panigale, with Bajnaya (1’46″069″) on the pole before Miller e Bastianini. Espargarò corrects a tough weekend with the fourth fastest time. Quartararo, sixth, will also start in second grade.

MOTOGP, ARAGON GP, qualification scores
1 – Bagnia Francesco (Ducati)
2. Miller Jack (Ducati)
3. Bastianini Enea (Ducati)
4 – Alex Espargaro (Aprilia)
5 – Zarco Johan (Ducati)
6. Quartaro Fabio (Yamaha)
7. Marco Bisque (Ducati)
8. Martin Jorge (Ducati)
9. Rains Alex (Suzuki)
10. Bender Brad (Ktm)
11. Oliveira Miguel (Ktm)
12 – Nakagami Takaki (Honda)
13. Marquis Mark (Honda)
14. Marine Luca (Ducati)
15. Di Ginantonio Fabio (Ducati)
16 – Vinales Maverick (Aprilia)
17. Marquis Alex (Honda)
18- Espargaro Paul (Honda)
20 – Morbidelli Franco (Yamaha)
21 – Fernandez Raul (Ktm)
22. GARDNER Remy (Ktm)
23 – Bender Darren (Yamaha)
{Resignation} Mir Johan (Suzuki)

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