Valentino Rossi crashed, injuring his left little finger.
MotoGP's first grand prix in Austin, Texas had a perfect weather day during qualifying for the Ducati Team riders.
Reigning MotoGP champion seals another pole position at the
Repsol Honda rider bounces back from small crash this morning and takes pole
Andrea Dovizioso rode brilliantly to secure second place.
The Pramac Racing Team had to settle for starting from tenth position on the grid for tomorrow's race.
Valentino Rossi take sixth on the second row.
Marc Marquez’s best time was just a couple of tenths shy of his own outright lap record at Silverstone.
Championship leader seals another pole qualifying record ahead of Pol Espargaro and Andrea Dovizioso
Honda locks out front row with Dani Pedrosa in second and Stefan Bradl in third
All Spanish front row with Pedrosa ahead of Lorenzo and Marquez
Repsol Honda rookie blitzes qualifying ahead of MotoGP title decider
German rider storms to maiden MotoGP pole in thrilling qualifying session
Dominant qualifying session sees Marquez on top ahead of Iannone and Lorenzo
Repsol Honda rider grabs pole ahead of Lorenzo and teammate Pedrosa
Open class rider takes first MotoGP pole ahead of Marquez and Pedrosa
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.
Spaniard continues to assert dominance at Circuit of the Americas
Repsol Honda rider takes fourth pole position of his career in devastating fashion
Repsol Honda rider tops the timesheets ahead of Lorenzo and Dovizioso
Marquez sets new MotoGP lap record at Silverstone as the top five were under the old record.
British rider grabs first MotoGP pole ahead of young guns Marquez and Bradl
Gordon Hatch, MotoGP Correspondent
Repsol Honda rider grabs pole on weekend of attrition at the Sachsenring
Repsol Honda rider leads Crutchlow and Lorenzo in front of home fans
Championship leader heads grid ahead of Rossi and Crutchlow
Seventh pole for World Championship leader, with Dani Pedrosa second on the grid.
LCR Honda’s Stefan Bradl claimed his first ever MotoGP pole position as the German star posted a time of 1'21.176 to lead an all-Honda front row at tomorrow’s United States Grand Prix at Laguna Seca.