Pole de Quartararo that removes Márquez's record of precocity

The world upside down: double of the Petronas Yamaha with Morbidelli second, with the officials Maverick 5th and Rossi 13th. The champion, third.


See to believe, and in many ways, the qualification of the GP of Spain. The rookie was signed by rookie Quartararo, the first to win in the queen class, in his fourth race, with just 20 years of age, also achieving the track record with 1: 36.880 and the youngest pole position in history , with 20 years and 14 days. He takes that record of precocity to Márquez, who established him in Texas 2013 with 20 years and 62 days, but who has the consolation of having qualified third, behind the Gaul and Morbidelli .

And all that El Diablo has achieved, as Fabio calls himself, in the MotoGP with the highest level in history, according to many, and enrolled in a satellite team, although with 2019 bikes. It is difficult to explain the double of the Yatrons of the Petronas SRT team, because Morbidelli has been second, with the officials behind them. Of course, Quartararo made his good return after a Maverick saved the furniture with a fifth place that he should know well, because he came back from the Q1, something that did not get his teammate Rossi, who will have to go thirteenth.

Daba gusto to see the happiness face of Quartararo, who kept repeating the incredible word as soon as he got off the bike. "It's amazing to have made a pole. I dont believe it. Is incredible. We have been well all weekend and it has gone well, "he said in DAZN. One of the ones who congratulated him sportingly was Márquez, , who was 90 thousandths away from achieving what would have been the 55th pole of his career in MotoGP, just the ones Rossi has. The Repsol Honda opted to go on track with three new rear tires, but failed in the third, with a fright that could send him to the ground. He saved it like so many other times, what his teammate Lorenzo, who fell at Turn 2 (Michelin), could not do. In the 1 he did after Petrucci.

Tras Quartararo, Morbidelli and Márquez, will be in the second row Dovizioso, Maverick and Crutchlow. In the third, Petrucci, Nakagami and Rins. In the fourth, Bagnaia, Lorenzo and Mir. Further behind will be Aleix 16º, Pol 17º and Rabat 20º.



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