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Sport Emilia Romagna MotoGP: Vinales takes pole position after Bagnaia lap cancelled

17:15  19 september  2020
17:15  19 september  2020 Source:   autosport.com

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Maverick Vinales claimed back-to-back Misano MotoGP poles after Francesco Bagnaia 's final record-setting lap time in Emilia Romagna Grand Prix qualifying was cancelled . Bagnaia smashed the lap record Vinales set in qualifying for the San Marino race during FP3 despite a crash, and came into

Yamaha's Maverick Vinales secured his second consecutive pole position of the season at the Misano circuit after Francesco Bagnaia of Pramac Ducati lost his record-setting lap for exceeding track limits. The factory Yamaha rider leads the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix tomorrow ahead of Jack Miller of

a person racing a motorcycle on the side of a road: Vinales takes pole position after Bagnaia lap cancelled © LAT Images Vinales takes pole position after Bagnaia lap cancelled

Maverick Vinales claimed back-to-back Misano MotoGP poles after Francesco Bagnaia's final record-setting lap time in Emilia Romagna Grand Prix qualifying was cancelled.

Bagnaia smashed the lap record Vinales set in qualifying for the San Marino race during FP3 despite a crash, and came into qualifying as the favourite after topping FP4.

Yamaha's Vinales set the benchmark at the start of Q2 with a 1m31.647s, though FP3 pacesetter Bagnaia destroyed this with a new provisional pole record of 1m31.313s on his Pramac Ducati.

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Yamaha's Maverick Viñales took pole position for Sunday's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix after a dramatic final qualifying session on Saturday in which Viñales , whose all-time Misano lap record set before last week’s San Marino race was then erased by Bagnaia in the third free practice, blazed the

Misano Adriatico: Maverick Vinales took pole position at Misano for the second straight week in qualifying Saturday for the Emilia - Romagna MotoGP . "I feel really good for Sunday, I think we have improved the bike a lot since last Sunday." Italian Francesco Bagnaia of Ducati-Pramac recorded a

Fabio Quartararo had jumped up to second on his Petronas SRT Yamaha, and was on course to depose Bagnaia when he had a wobble on under braking for the final corner.

At the start of his second run Vinales jumped up ahead of Quartararo with a 1m31.386s, before besting Bagnaia's time with a 1m31.268s on his follow-up tour.

Bagnaia lit up the timing screens on his final effort right at the end of Q2 and produced the first sub-1m31s lap of Misano with a 1m30.973s.

However, this was scrubbed as he ran off track exiting the final corner and was dumped back to fifth.

Vinales fired in a 1m31.077ss at the end, which would have been good enough for second, but promoted him to pole when Bagnaia's lap was cancelled.

a man riding a motorcycle on a track: Vinales takes pole position after Bagnaia lap cancelled © LAT Images Vinales takes pole position after Bagnaia lap cancelled

Pramac's Jack Miller came through Q1 and leaped from 12th to second on his last lap with a 1m31.153s, while Quartararo completed the top three just as he did one week ago.

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Maverick Vinales converted his pole start into a win in the Emilia Romagna GP , becoming the sixth Vinales took his and Yamaha's first win of the season. Highlights. MotoGP has had six different winners Francesco Bagnaia lost the lead on Lap 21 in a heartbreaking crash that cost him the win.

Yamaha rider Maverick Vinales claimed a second successive pole position at the Misano circuit in San Marino ahead of Sunday’s Emilia Romagna MotoGP . Track limits cost Francesco Bagnaia the pole position after his hot lap was disallowed, leaving him fifth on the grid.

Pol Espargaro jumped up to fourth on his KTM at the death, with Bagnaia and the sister factory KTM of Brad Binder completing row two.

Espargaro's late effort dropped Valentino Rossi to seventh on his Yamaha, with San Marino winner Franco Morbidelli (SRT) and Ducati's Danilo Petrucci joining him on row three.

Andrea Dovizioso sneaked into Q2, but could only manage 10th on his Ducati, with Suzuki's Joan Mir a disappointing 11th ahead of Takaaki Nakagami - the LCR rider destroying his second Honda in a crash at Turn 15 having done so in FP4.

A late improvement for Dovizioso in Q1 broke Tech3 and Iker Lecuona's heart, as it dropped the rookie out of the Q2 places right at the end of the session.

Lecuona had topped the session with a 1m31.715s after the first runs, but will start an equal career-best 13th for Sunday's races ahead of Avintia's Johann Zarco, who couldn't recover from a late crash at the Carro hairpin.

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Maverick Vinales claimed his second successive pole position at Misano as an error from Francesco Bagnaia saw him miss out on the front row in a dramatic qualifying session for the Emilia Romagna and Rimini's Coast Grand Prix. Bagnaia , who smashed the Misano lap record in third practice

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Miguel Oliveira will start 15th on the sister Tech3 KTM, with Aleix Espargaro 16th on the Aprilia after crashing late on in Q1 while on a lap threatening to lift him back into the Q2 places.

Suzuki's Alex Rins was a mystifying 18th having got nowhere near the Q2 times on a 1m32.275s behind Honda's Alex Marquez, with only Aprilia's Bradley Smith and Avintia's Tito Rabat slower than Rins.

Emilia Romagna MotoGP qualifying results

PosRiderTeamTimeGap
1Maverick VinalesYamaha1m31.077s-
2Jack MillerPramac Ducati1m31.153s0.076s
3Fabio QuartararoPetronas Yamaha1m31.222s0.145s
4Pol EspargaroKTM1m31.308s0.231s
5Francesco BagnaiaPramac Ducati1m31.313s0.236s
6Brad BinderKTM1m31.389s0.312s
7Valentino RossiYamaha1m31.436s0.359s
8Franco MorbidelliPetronas Yamaha1m31.566s0.489s
9Danilo PetrucciDucati1m31.574s0.497s
10Andrea DoviziosoDucati1m31.581s0.504s
11Joan MirSuzuki1m31.617s0.540s
12Takaaki NakagamiLCR Honda1m32.284s1.207s
13Iker LecuonaTech3 KTM1m31.715s0.638s
14Johann ZarcoAvintia Ducati1m31.764s0.687s
15Miguel OliveiraTech3 KTM1m31.841s0.764s
16Aleix EspargaroAprilia1m31.912s0.835s
17Alex MarquezHonda1m32.198s1.121s
18Alex RinsSuzuki1m32.275s1.198s
19Bradley SmithAprilia1m32.486s1.409s
20Tito RabatAvintia Ducati1m32.850s1.773s

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A cancelled last lap for Bagnaia hands the Yamaha star his third pole position in four races. Hear the first thoughts of Maverick Viñales , Jack Miller and Fabio Quartararo after qualifying at Misano. The Italian went a massive half a second under the previous fastest ever lap set by rival Jaume Masia

Viñales took pole position but unsurprisingly it's Bagnaia who was fastest when we paste together the perfect lap . MotoGP . 32 minutes ago. Watch as the Pramac Racing man touches the green out of the final corner and has his record-breaking lap cancelled .

Bagnaia promoted to Ducati's factory team as Dovizioso's replacement .
Ducati has confirmed its factory line-up for 2021 with Francesco Bagnaia replacing the departing Andrea Dovizioso.The Italian will link up with current Pramac Racing team-mate Jack Miller in an exciting factory line-up, with Dovizioso having announced in Austria last month he would not remain with Ducati beyond 2020.

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