Marc Marquez has signed his fourth pole position in succession in
after the time trial in a time of 1:47.117. The pilot
Catalan, that adds up to six poles in all 2016, has shown a great superiority
to the point of adding this pole with six-tenths of advantage over his more
immediate pursuer despite competing with a dislocated shoulder for his fall
in the FP3.
Maverick Viñales and Jorge Lorenzo have completed the first line of
in a Q2 in which Cal Crutchlow and Dani Pedrosa went to the ground in
their last laps were launched.
Q1 started with Nicky Hayden opening track on his return to MotoGP. With the pilot of the united States occupying the bike Jack Miller and with the absence of Alex Lowes by the fall lived out hours before in MotorLand, the first session of qualifying in Alcaniz lived in their first minutes of a duel between the two official riders of Aprilia and the drivers satellite Ducati. Danilo Petrucci took the cat to water in the first instance, although the new set of tyres, ridden by all the riders allowed a second round in the chase for the two-seater, with access to the Q2.
Barberá, Bautista and Hernandez were at a sigh of certify that step to the Q2, but what is certain is that in his last flying lap, and by thousandths, Danilo Petrucci and Stefan Bradl managed to be the two fastest drivers of Q1. While the Italian has signed a 1:48.596 that allowed him to put his Ducati in the second qualifying session, Bradl was left to 26 thousandths, adding its first ranking for Q2 of the entire season. Out of the same was Michele Pirro -again replacing Iannone- after suffering a fall in the curve 8.
Marc Márquez started the Q2 without giving any option to their rivals. Already in his first turn, launched the pilot Catalan marked the final 1:47.117 that he was worth the pole position for the Aragon GP. In his second round was to thousandths of this record and in his third and last attempt I just had to see how their rivals took tenths of a second to your great advantage, with falls including its two co-branding partners. All in all, Marquez signed his sixth pole of the season minutes after also show a very high pace during the FP4.
With his fourth pole position in succession in Aragon under the arm of Marquez, the rest little more than they picked up their crumbs. Six tenths, Maverick Viñales and Jorge Lorenzo managed to sneak in last instance in the first row grill after passing the time of Andrea Dovizioso. In the fifth position ended Cal Crutchlow after seeing your last attempt time was nothing to suffer a fall in the first corner. Also went to the floor Dani Pedrosa, which eventually made him lose the sixth position in favor of Valentino Rossi, being relegated in addition to the third row.
starting grid for the Aragon GP MotoGP 2016
|Pos.||Num.||Pilot||Country||Bike||Top Km/h||Time||Difference 1st/Prev.|
|1||93||Marc MARQUEZ||SPA||Repsol Honda Team||Honda||329.3||1’47.117|
|2||25||Maverick VIÑALES||ITA||Team SUZUKI ECSTAR||Yamaha||330.4||1’47.748||0.631 / 0.631|
|3||99||Jorge LORENZO||SPA||Movistar Yamaha MotoGP||Suzuki||329.0||1’47.778||0.661 / 0.030|
|4||4||Andrea DOVIZIOSO||SPA||Ducati Team||Ducati||337.8||1’47.819||0.702 / 0.041|
|5||35||Cal CRUTCHLOW||ITA||LCR Honda||Honda||328.3||1’47.843||0.726 / 0.024|
|6||46||Valentino ROSSI||ITA||Movistar Yamaha MotoGP||Yamaha||329.3||1’47.951||0.834 / 0.108|
|7||26||Dani PEDROSA||GBR||Repsol Honda Team||Honda||330.6||1’48.017||0.800 / 0.066|
|8||41||Aleix ESPARGARO||SPA||Team SUZUKI ECSTAR||Suzuki||325.6||1’48.230 now this||1.113 / 0.213|
|9||9||Danilo PETRUCCI||SPA||OCTO Pramac Yakhnich||Ducati||331.4||1’48.236||1.119 / 0.006|
|10||45||Scott REDDING||SPA||OCTO Pramac Yakhnich||Ducati||333.4||1’48.242||1.125 / 0.006|
|11||44||Pol ESPARGARO||SPA||Monster Yamaha Tech 3||Yamaha||324.9||1’48.448||1.331 / 0.206|
|12||6||Stefan BRADL||SPA||Aprilia Racing Team Gresini||Aprilia||321.8||1’49.083||1.966 / 0.635|