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.
The battle between Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo lasted almost the whole race...
The news of the 24-year-old’s passing immediately sent shockwaves around the world.
Marc Marquez’s best time was just a couple of tenths shy of his own outright lap record at Silverstone.
Starting from the front row, Rossi was engaged in a thrilling three-way battle with Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez.
Marc Marquez clocked the quickest time of the day.
Jorge Lorenzo showed superb pace in both wet and dry conditions.
Yamaha MotoGP’s Jorge Lorenzo first ever premier-class pole position at the Italian circuit.
With seven MotoGP championships, the Italian decided to go for the empty seat on the Yamaha Factory Team, and for those reasons, Valentino Rossi was named to the 8th spot on our top ten moments.
Both sessions of free practice at Misano today were subject to wet and cool conditions.
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Andrea Dovizioso rode brilliantly to secure second place.
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Andrea Dovizioso set a scorching lap time of 1’48.285 to finish the day 0.043 seconds quicker than Marc Marquez
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Gordon Hatch, MotoGP Correspondent
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