Francesco Bagnaia takes pole in Ducati grid lockout at Aragon GP | Racing News – Times of India


In-form Francesco Bagnaia set a lap file to steer a Ducati front-row lockout in Aragon Grand Prix qualifying in Alcaniz on Saturday as his title rivals Aleix Espargaro and Fabio Quartararo ended up on the second row.
Italian Bagnaia, winner of the final 4 races, posted a time of 1:46.069 to grab pole by 0.090 seconds from Ducati manufacturing facility group mate Jack Miller and Gresini Racing’s Enea Bastianini accomplished the entrance row.
Aprilia’s Espargaro completed fourth forward of Pramac Ducati rider Johann Zarco as championship chief Quartararo took sixth place along with his ultimate lap.
Honda rider Marc Marquez, a six-times MotoGP champion, completed thirteenth on his return to racing, after recovering from surgical procedure and lacking the final six rounds of the championship.
Suzuki rider Joan Mir withdrew from the Aragon GP weekend after the top of the third apply session earlier on Saturday on account of an ankle damage. The 2020 world champion can even sit out subsequent weekend’s Japanese GP at Motegi.


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