Starting from the front row, Rossi was engaged in a thrilling three-way battle with Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez.
Yamaha MotoGP’s Jorge Lorenzo first ever premier-class pole position at the Italian circuit.
Both sessions of free practice at Misano today were subject to wet and cool conditions.
The battle between Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo lasted almost the whole race...
Marc Marquez’s best time was just a couple of tenths shy of his own outright lap record at Silverstone.
The cool temperatures and wind created a challenging situation for the riders today.
Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi finished in second and third place respectively.
Marc Marquez clocked the quickest time of the day.
Andrea Dovizioso rode brilliantly to secure second place.
Championship leader sets fastest time ahead of Iannone and Lorenzo
Seventh pole for World Championship leader, with Dani Pedrosa second on the grid.
"I'm very happy to be able to announce my renewal with the Repsol Honda Team." - Dani Pedrosa
Aleix Espargaro claimed his first ever pole position after a rain shower.
Repsol Honda rider thrills home fans with Rossi second and Pedrosa in third
All Spanish front row with Pedrosa ahead of Lorenzo and Marquez
Open class rider sets overall best time ahead of Smith and Bradl
Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo traded the race lead numerous times in an exciting dogfight at the front of the field
Battle of the year sees Lorenzo push Marquez all the way with Rossi in third
Dominant qualifying session sees Marquez on top ahead of Iannone and Lorenzo
No improvements on morning practice as rain falls this afternoon
Marc Marquez’s best lap time in FP1 was just four-tenths of a second shy of his own Mugello Circuit Record Lap.
Marquez aims for six from six while others seek to restore honour at iconic Mugello circuit
Five in a row for MotoGP championship leader with Rossi in second and Bautista third
Championship leader seals another pole qualifying record ahead of Pol Espargaro and Andrea Dovizioso
Marquez ended the day just 0.007 seconds ahead of Pramac Racing’s Andrea Iannone.
Championship leader sets the bar high in quest for 5 consecutive MotoGP victories
Riders continue to search for set up improvements to catch Championship leader Marquez
It's where he took his first series win a year ago
Repsol Honda rider takes victory in Spain ahead of Rossi and Pedrosa
Repsol Honda rider grabs pole ahead of Lorenzo and teammate Pedrosa
Marc Marquez’s tactic to do three stints in QP2 using a new soft compound rear slick each time paid dividends.
Open class rider leads overall times on day one while Marquez tops second session