Quartararo fires his way to youngest back-to-back polesitter

Marquez was just behind Viñales heading onto his second run but at Turn 1, the Repsol Honda rider had to demonstrate his demonic reflexes once more – another save for the number 93, as a certain Petronas Yamaha SRT rider started to get into the groove. Quartararo was 0.2 up on Viñales half way around the lap, but the flying Frenchman needed a fast last sector to hold his advantage. And that’s exactly what he did. Quartararo went P1 by 0.140 and a personal best lap from Rins couldn’t match the youngster’s time. Could Marquez make his last lap count? No, he couldn’t, it was pole number three of the season for Quartararo and joining him on the front row is Viñales and Rins – this the Suzuki rider’s best qualifying since his P2 in Valencia last season.

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