Quartararo's impressive coup of authority

The Frenchman overcomes the steep fall in the morning that forces him to use a crutch to walk with the fourth pole of the year. Maverick is second and Mir, sixth.

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Impressive coup of authority that of Quartararo in the classification of the GP of Aragon. The leader of the general classification overcame the hard crash of the morning in the third free practice, a shocking flight, taking pole, the fourth of the year for him. The Frenchman had a face of dust when he took off his helmet and you could see him limping when he got off the bike, but he left his mark when he entered and won the contest for pole to Viñales, who had to settle for second place, at 46 thousandths of the head.

The one on the Petronas Yamaha has gotten rid of a fracture and everything has been left in a strong contusion with a bruise, which will force him to pass through cottons what remains until the time of the race (at 15:00 on Sunday). They will continue to apply ice and anti-inflammatories, but it will be better knowing that there will be no one in front of you when the race begins.

He has undoubtedly sent a challenging message to his pursuers in the general classification. Maverick, who is fourth to 19 points, is the closest to him from that second place on the grid, and Mir, who is Fabio's greatest threat to the title right now, because he is second to ten points, will start from the sixth place

The Suzuki one put a good face on his position this time, because he was aiming to finish in the first two rows, but he still expects more of himself in qualifying. And the one who does not know what to expect again is Dovizioso. The Italian, third in the championship at 18 points, has not been able to get into the final session and will start thirteenth. It has it raw.

Returning to the grid configuration, the full Yamaha in the front row was prevented by Crutchlow, who was third, ahead of Morbidelli, which in any case allowed for three M1s to be among the first four places. Along with the Italian-Brazilian will depart from the second line Miller, which arrived from Q1, and the aforementioned Mir. The third is for Nakagami, Petrucci and Aleix. And the fourth, for Rins, Álex and Pol.

On the other hand, the Commissioners are going to study an incident between the Espargaró brothers. The little boy accidentally hit the older one on the right leg with his KTM during a left turn and Aleix limped off his Aprilia. Regarding the other two Spaniards in the category, Lecuona will start 15th and Rabat, 21st. Márquez continues to leave due to injury and Rossi is not in this grand prize either, isolated at home by Coronavirus.



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