Movistar Yamaha MotoGP riders Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi will start tomorrow’s Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland from the second row of the grid having taken fifth and sixth respectively in today’s qualifying session.
Honda locks out front row with Dani Pedrosa in second and Stefan Bradl in third
Seventh pole for World Championship leader, with Dani Pedrosa second on the grid.
Aleix Espargaro claimed his first ever pole position after a rain shower.
Open class rider takes first MotoGP pole ahead of Marquez and Pedrosa
Race is scheduled for tomorrow on the Montmeló circuit
A special Saturday for the Colombian rider Yonny Hernandez, who gained for the first time in his career direct access to the QP2.
On another hot day where track temperatures reached over 50°C, Dani Pedrosa kept his cool to claim the front slot on the grid.
All Spanish front row with Pedrosa ahead of Lorenzo and Marquez
In the fifteen minutes of Q2 Cal Crutchlow lapped in 1’47.659, setting the sixth quickest time.
To the delight of the Italian fans, Pramac Racing’s Andrea Iannone was second in QP2 with a best lap time of 1'47.450
Dominant qualifying session sees Marquez on top ahead of Iannone and Lorenzo
Starting second on the grid for tomorrow’s French Grand Prix will be Monster Yamaha Tech 3’s Pol Espargaro.
Championship leader seals another pole qualifying record ahead of Pol Espargaro and Andrea Dovizioso
Andrea Dovizioso's second run powered him to sixth place, one second away from the top slot.
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.
Track conditions improved today with more rubber and less dust on the asphalt providing a slight increase in grip compared to yesterday.
British rider and his Italian team-mate will start Sunday’s race respectively from rows 3 and 4.
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez grabbed pole position for the first race of the 2014 MotoGP season in a thrilling Qualifying Practice 2 session that saw the front row split by just 0.094 seconds.
Tomorrow the 22-lap Grand Prix of Qatar will get underway under the Losail floodlights at 10pm local time.
Pramac Racing Team rider run was slowed by persistent pain in his right hand, despite the invaluable assistance of the Clinica Mobile.
Andrea Iannone: "I want to thank my team very much for the excellent job they continue to do, and Ducati for the trust that they continue to show in me."
Ducati Test Team rider Michele Pirro suffered a particularly untimely fall in the first qualifying session and wasn’t able to advance into Q2.
Marc Marquez took the top spot on the grid for tomorrow’s race from the only other rider who can claim the championship title.
Cal Crutchlow’s pace secured him a top six place on the grid for the 16th time in 18 races.