He is no more than Martinator ... huge pole since Q1

The poleman and winner of last weekend achieved his second consecutive pole and the third in MotoGP. Quartararo and Bagnaia will accompany you in the front row.

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The Austrian GP has witnessed the no more of Martinator, with a huge pole in a Q2 which he arrived from the purgatory of Q1 and overcoming the two crashes suffered on Saturday morning, one in FP3 and another in the FP4. He did it with the reference of his partner Zarco, who took away the track record with an extraordinary 1: 22.643 that allowed him to beat the always tough Fabio Quartararo by 34 thousandths.

As we said seven days ago, let's see who is the handsome man that tomorrow knocks the Spaniard out of the top positions, because he is a true specialist in the starts, the Ducati is a missile and will start from the best possible position. We must not forget that the man from Madrid is a rookie, but he has already made it clear that he is not just any rookie and perhaps this pole, the 24th of his sports career and the third in MotoGP, is just the appetizer of another victory, because it will come out with that objective marked between eyebrow and eyebrow.

The first row has been closed by Bagnaia, but has fallen far from the pole position, finishing four tenths behind the head. The second row went to Zarco, Márquez (dropped without consequences in FP4) and Miller. The third, for Mir, Aleix and Oliveira. And the fourth for Binder, Pol and Nakagami. Further back, Rins 13th, Álex Márquez 14th, Lecuona16th and Rossi 18th. The Italian is far from his best version, but at least he knows that he will be reunited with thousands of fans who will wear yellow and with the 46 in the stands of a Red Bull Ring that will be filled to the brim.

Photos from as.com

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