On the fifth lap, Pedrosa squeezed past Lorenzo and then led all the way to the chequered flag.
Yonny Hernandez fought for the entire race to stay close to the top ten.
Crutchlow’s sixth position saw him pick up 10 more precious World Championship points that keep him firmly in control of fifth place in the rankings.
Both Andrea Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden had to settle for eighth and ninth place, respectively, the same results they posted at the previous round.
Repsol Honda takes a stranglehold on the MotoGP™ championship with four rounds remaining.
Championship leader extends lead ahead of Lorenzo and Pedrosa
A fastest lap of 1.48.653 in QP2 this afternoon will see tomorrow Crutchlow start from seventh position on the grid.
Valentino Rossi enjoyed his best qualifying experience of the year this afternoon.
Yonny Hernandez: "So far, I still haven’t done more than 17 or 18 laps at a time, but there will be 23 tomorrow."
Andrea Iannone only headed out on track approximately 10 minutes from the end of the session and completed a total of seven laps.
Andrea Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden were ninth and eleventh, respectively, putting them on the third and fourth rows for tomorrow’s Aragón Grand Prix.
The reigning MotoGP™ champion split the Repsol Honda’s on the front row, as Dani Pedrosa claimed third in qualifying.
Repsol Honda rider sets another lap record ahead of main championship rivals
A small problem suffered at the beginning of FP2, prevented Andrea Iannone from taking full advantage of the session.
Yonny Hernandez finished today’s two free-practice sessions with a best time of 1:51.345.
A lap of 1.50.575 in this morning’s FP1 put Crutchlow in seventh position, but a big improvement to a 1.49.840 this afternoon elevated the British rider into the top six.