Assen MotoGP: Bagnaia clinches pole with new lap report - Motor Informed

Assen MotoGP: Bagnaia clinches pole with new lap report

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With the specter of rain looming over the Assen circuit when the pole shootout obtained underway, the lap report was instantly overwhelmed by Pramac’s Jorge Martin earlier than Bagnaia streaked clear within the closing levels to say back-to-back pole positions.

Martin’s early benchmark of 1m31.708s on his first lap put him beneath Maverick Vinales’ lap report from final 12 months, with Quartararo zero.010s adrift in second.

Quartararo’s second lap was scuppered when he ran off into the gravel at Flip 1, whereas no person else put Martin’s effort underneath risk.

With slightly below 5 minutes remaining, nonetheless, Bagnaia started to gentle up the timing screens on the primary lap of his second run on a contemporary gentle rear tyre.

The manufacturing facility Ducati rider hooked the tour collectively to provide a 1m31.504s to go quickest of all.

Quartararo made an enchancment to a 1m31.620s on his penultimate lap to maneuver again into second having been demoted to 3rd by Bagnaia’s lap.

However he needed to abort his remaining lap when he nearly crashed on the Flip 5 hairpin, resigning him to second on the grid, lacking out on pole by zero.116s to Bagnaia.

Martin suffered a crash at Flip 5 within the latter levels of Q2 however held onto a spot on the entrance row in third, with VR46 Ducati rookie Marco Bezzecchi additionally dipping beneath the lap report to go fourth.

Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro was unable to enhance on fifth late on when Ducati’s Jack Miller crashed at Flip 5, with the latter slotting into sixth regardless of his spill.

Nevertheless, Miller is probably going going through a penalty after Maverick Vinales nearly bumped into him on the again straight between Flip 5 and Flip 6 on the Aprilia rider’s final lap as Miller toured on the racing line.

Johann Zarco heads row three on the second of the Pramac Ducatis in seventh forward of Q1 graduate Miguel Oliveira on the manufacturing facility group KTM.

Alex Rins was ninth on his Suzuki forward of Q1 pacesetter Brad Binder on the sister manufacturing facility group KTM, with Vinales 11th after his scare with Miller and LCR’s Takaaki Nakagami the one Honda inside the highest 12 in 12th.

VR46’s Luca Marini couldn’t proceed his Q2 run stretching again to Mugello as he missed out on progressing to the pole shootout session by zero.237s on his Ducati.

He heads Joan Mir, after the Suzuki rider’s Q1 was hindered by a tipoff on the Flip 5 hairpin within the latter levels of the session.

Fabio Di Giannantonio shadowed the 2020 world champion in 15th as his Gresini Ducati teammate Enea Bastianini needed to full Q1 on his spare bike after his first GP21 broke down as he exited pitlane for his first run.

Andrea Dovizioso was the most effective of the three Yamahas who failed to hitch Quartararo in Q2, the RNF Racing rider 17th from the only Repsol Honda of Stefan Bradl after teammate Pol Espargaro pulled out of the Dutch GP weekend on Saturday morning on account of damage.

Remy Gardner will begin 19th on his Tech three KTM forward of manufacturing facility Yamaha rider Franco Morbidelli and LCR Honda’s Alex Marquez.

Aprilia wildcard Lorenzo Savadori, Tech three’s Raul Fernandez and RNF rookie Darryn Binder accomplished the sector.

The 2022 MotoGP Dutch GP will get underway at 2pm native time on Sunday 26 June.

Dutch GP – Q2 outcomes:

Q1 outcomes:



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