Wednesday , October 28 2020

untouchable in qualifying, Quartararo takes last pole of the season



In this last MotoGP Grand Prix of the season, featuring Jorge Lorenzo, Fabio Quartararo secured the 6th pole position after qualifying with a master hand. The Frenchman impressed and sickened all of his competitors with an excellent time at 1 & 29; 978 and will leave Marc Marquez at the Valence GP tomorrow.

Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha-SRT) took his sixth pole position of the season on Saturday at the latest MotoGP event on the calendar at the Valencia (Spain) circuit ahead of current world champion Spaniard Marc Marquez (Honda).

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The 20-year-old Frenchman was the only driver on set to film in less than 1 minute and 30 seconds on Ricardo Tormo's circuit, but only beat Marquez by 032 / 1000th. He is making his first season in the premier class and has already won six podiums, not yet. "I'm very happy to be in the front row tomorrow" (Sunday) for the race that will start at 14:00 local time (13:00 GMT), Quartararo said.

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"For a first season, be + newbie of the year + (beginner of the year) and do six posts and six podiums, it's really good when we look where we came from", he said. The last French rider to win a premier class GP is Régis Laconi in 1999 on the same Valencia circuit. Australian Jack Miller (Ducati-Pramac) will start third ahead of Spaniard Maverick Vinales (Yamaha) and Quartararo team-mate Franco Morbidelli. Marc Marquez has already been crowned the sixth time world champion this year. "Fabio and Yamaha have already shown that they are very fast on the return, but we will see tomorrow"said the Spaniard who has won 11 races this season of 18 competitions and was crowned champion in 2019 at the end of the Thai Grand Prix in early October.

> MotoGP. "I didn't expect this season," says Fabio Quartararo

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Saturday, November 16

02:59

THE POLE FOR FABIO QUARTARARO! The Frenchman will be first in front of Jack Miller and Marc Marquez!

02:50

Q2 – 1 29 29 9 978 for the French !!! The one to be less than 1 minute 30!

02:49

Q2 – Mark back! 1 & 30; & # 39; 010 for the Spanish, just behind Quartararo!

02:49

Q2 – 1 & 30; 007 for Quartararo! It's the battle for pole between Miller and the Frenchman. Be careful with the Mark mark.

02:48

Q2 – Jack Miller occupies 1st place with a time of 1 & 30; & # 39; 08! What a twist on the British.

02:47

Q2 – Pol Espargaró has a great session. Spanish is currently the sixth time in this second quarter.

02:43

Q2 – 7 minutes left! Fabio Quartararo has returned to the pits.

02:41

Q2 – Best time! 1 & 30; & # 39; 2 for the French!

02:40

Q2 – Quartararo is ahead of the first two sectors!

02:39

Q2 – Vinales have fun: 1 & 30 & # 39; 3 for the Spaniards.

02:38

Q2 – Great time for Miller with 1 & 30; & 4; 4!

02:38

Q2 – The first reference time is made by Marcquez: 1 & 30; & 8; 8.

02:37

Q2 – It was for the second session!

2:30 AM

Thus, Alex Rins and Pol Espargaro will be the ones to pass in the second quarter. In his last qualifying session, Jorge Lorenzo finished 16th.

02:25

Q1 – Alex Rins takes the best time! 1 & 30; 538 against 1 & 30; 543 for Espargaro!

02:23

Q1 – Pol Espargaró sets the fastest time! The Spaniard, very fast in this round, finishes in 1 & 30; & # 39; & 5; 5!

02:22

Q1 – 3 minutes left!

02:21

Q1 – Jorge Lorenzo crosses the line with a time of 1 & # 39 & # 39; 2. He is in 4th place.

02:20

Q1 – There has been no change in the first two. Johann Zarco is preparing to get back on track to get this Q2.

02:19

Kidneys for now the fastest

02:17

Q1 – Pol Espagaro made the second time ahead of Zarco at 1 & 30; # 9; 9.

02:15

Q1 – Johann Zarco is second in 1'31''2, Kidneys improves his time with 1'30 '' 7.

02:14

Q1 – Alex Rins makes his first time at 1 & 30; & # 39; & # 39; 97.

02:11

Note among the drivers present in this first quarter: the brothers Espargaró, Rins, Zarco or Lorenzo.

02:10

The first qualifying session has just begun!

02:08

Poll: Who will reach pole position?

  • Marc Marquez (3 ratings)
  • Fabio quartararo (10 ratings)
  • Jorge Lorenzo (0 vote)
  • Andrea Dovisiozo (0 vote)
  • Alex Rins (0 vote)
  • Maverick Vinales (1 vote)

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01:56

Johann Zarco Awaits Your Time

No handlebar for several races before replacing injured Japanese Takaaki Nakagami with three races, everything becomes possible today, said the 29-year-old Cannois, who could finally stay in MotoGP next year returning to Honda or his team. satellite cable from the Japanese manufacturer.

-> Read the interview

Johann Zarco managed to find a handlebar.

01:54

Fabio Quartararo leads the 3rd free practice session

Fabio Quartararo was again the fastest Saturday in the third qualifying round of the Valencia MotoGP Grand Prix, the last event of the season, ahead of current world champion Marc Marquez.

In his Yamaha-SRT, the young Frenchman preceded the Spaniard and his 224 / 1000e Honda and the Australian 311 / 1000th Jack Miller (Ducati). Italian veteran Valentino Rossi, 40, is fourth in his Yamaha at 398 / 1000th. The first 13 riders of this practice session, played in sunny but always cold weather, are in less than a second.

-> Free Practice Summary

Fabio Quartararo fastest in the 3rd practice session of the Valencia Grand Prix Moto GP.

01:52

"I didn't expect this season," says Fabio Quartararo

"I didn't expect this season"said Frenchman Fabio Quartararo, revelation of the year in MotoGP, even though he still races after a first win in the premier class on Thursday in an interview with AFP. Six podiums, including four 2nd places and five pole positions in its first season, "El Diablo" blew up just 20 years ago at the motorcycling sport firmament whose last race of the 2019 championship takes place Sunday in Valencia, Spain.

Fabio Quartararo recalls his first MotoGP season

01:48

Three-time world champion Jorge Lorenzo retires

After more than ten years of MotoGP activity, Jorge Lorenzo announced on Thursday that he was ending his career. What shake the world of MotoGP, even though doubt has already hovered in several major awards. The Spaniard convened an exceptional press conference from Valencia in the presence of Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of Dorna Sports, responsible for organizing the world championship. "The mountain was so high that I could not find the strength and motivation to keep climbing", he said. "At this stage of my career, it was impossible to continue to find motivation".

Jorge Lorenzo retires after more than ten years in the premier class.

01:47

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