Movistar Yamaha rider gets first pole in four years ahead of Iannone and Pedrosa
Valentino Rossi seized his first MotoGP pole position since the 2010!
During the decisive qualifying run Ducati riders were disturbed by strong winds.
MotoGP's first grand prix in Austin, Texas had a perfect weather day during qualifying for the Ducati Team riders.
Repsol Honda rider bounces back from small crash this morning and takes pole
World Champion sets fastest time and new pole record ahead of Lorenzo and Pedrosa
Ducati Team rider carries strong form into tomorrow’s race with Rossi in second and Pedrosa in third
Repsol Honda rider delights home fans as does Pedrosa with Iannone in third
The Pramac Racing Team had to settle for starting from tenth position on the grid for tomorrow's race.
Repsol Honda rider heads up the front row ahead of Crutchlow and Lorenzo
Valentino Rossi take sixth on the second row.
Valentino Rossi crashed, injuring his left little finger.
Marc Marquez’s best time was just a couple of tenths shy of his own outright lap record at Silverstone.
Dovizioso crashes on his quick lap and qualifies ninth.
Valentino Rossi, had a challenging qualifying session and will start tomorrow’s Malaysian Motorcycle GP from sixth position.
A second day of challenging for the Yamaha riders in Aragon
Qualifying session under a scorching hot sun!
On his penultimate lap in Qualifying Practice 2, Marquez set a time of 1’59.791 to smash his own Sepang Circuit Record Lap.
Valentino Rossi impressed with his efforts during the second qualification at the Twin Ring Motegi circuit.
Yamaha MotoGP’s Jorge Lorenzo first ever premier-class pole position at the Italian circuit.
MotorLand Aragon Circuit Best Lap record smashed by Marc Marquez
Good eighth place for Cal Crutchlow, just three-tenths behind his team-mate.
Reigning MotoGP champion seals another pole position at the
Andrea Dovizioso down on row 4 in tenth place
Marc Marquez emerged with the quickest time after setting a lap time of 1'28.408
Andrea Dovizioso rode brilliantly to secure second place.
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