MotoGP 2016: Marquez takes stunning Aragon pole
Leads the chasing pack by six-tenths of a second
It was Marc Marquez all the way during qualifying for the MotoGP race at Aragon, with the Spanish rider claiming his fourth consecutive pole position at what is something of a home track for him. Marquez, who is currently in the lead of the MotoGP championship standings, set a timing of 1min 48.596sec.
Marquez was ahead of second-placed Maverick Vinales (Ecstar Suzuki), by over six-tenths of a second. The front row was locked out by defending world champion, Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo.
The second row of the grid is headed by Ducati...
Daruvala, who had sealed his second Formula 2 win with a dominating drive in the second sprint race on Saturday, was sluggish from second and clocked 56:41.936.
Bottas’ final flying lap saw him beat Hamilton by .096 seconds in a qualifying session that set the grid for Formula One's second-ever sprint, which will determine the starting lineup for Sunday’s main race.
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The 32-year-old Bottas has spent the past five seasons alongside seven-time world champion Hamilton at Mercedes, winning nine Grands Prix and claiming 17 pole positions in 92 starts with the team.