Fabio Quartararo took pole position in the MotoGP Portuguese Grand Prix

Spectacular classification of Grand Prix of Portugal from MotoGP. After some very tight training sessions, the fastest bikes in the world were the protagonists of an action-packed day. Fabio Quartararo won pole position thanks to a controversial decision by the sports commissioners of the International Motorcycle Federation (FIM).

The Frenchman had finished second in the Qualy. Francesco Bagnaia he had been almost four tenths faster than the Yamaha rider. However, the Italian Ducati sped full throttle when Miguel Oliveira went to the ground, causing the yellow flags. After this situation, which is illegal, the stewards decided to take back Bagnaia, leaving Quartararo as poleman.

1m38s862 it was finally the record of Quartararo to stay with the first place of the morning. Alex Rins put things in order for Suzuki, and after a formidable lap, he was left as a guard on pole. The Spanish marked a time of 1m38s951, staying very close to Fabio. Joan Mir his teammate could not achieve the desired set-up and was ninth.

The leader of the championship, Johann zarco, had another stellar moment on the weekend. The Frenchman, who finished second in the last race, was able to push hard and will start from the front row of tomorrow’s race. Behind you will have the most difficult drivers to start a race. Jack miller he will harass Zarco, since he will start fourth and will have him forward to attack.

The second row will have two unexpected protagonists in the previous one. In addition to Miller, what a long fourth, in fifth place will be Franco Morbidelli. Far from the problems with his Yamaha, the Italian had a great day, to get well ahead. And finally, in sixth place, appears Marc Márquez. The Spanish magnified (Again) and despite his physical problems, he will start ahead.

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