Catalan GP: Quartararo takes fifth pole position in a row

Fabio Quartararo will start on pole position for the fifth race in a row tomorrow and will look to take his fourth win of the year.

Jack Miller and Pol Espargaro both moved up into the top-two positions in Q1, meaning the Australian and the Spaniard progressed to Q2.

Quartararo continues to look unstoppable in the Catalan GP this weekend and set a 1m38.853s lap that gave him pole in Q2.

Miller had a crash at Turn 3 in Q2 with just over one minute remaining, but the Australian will be happy with his result of second place for tomorrow’s grid.

Johann Zarco makes up tomorrow’s front row in third place.

Miguel Oliveira will start the Catalan GP from fourth, ahead of Franco Morbidelli and Maverick Vinales who join the KTM rider on the second row.

Aleix Espargaro, Brad Binder and Pecco Bagnaia make up tomorrow’s third row in seventh, eighth and ninth.

Joan Mir will start the race from 10th ahead of Valentino Rossi who crashed early on in Q2, Pol Espargaro will start from 12th.

Marc Marquez missed out on a Q2 spot by 0.011s in Q1 meaning he will start from 13th on the grid with Taka Nakagami and Jorge Martin alongside him.

Iker Lecuona had a crash at Turn 9 late on which stopped him setting a faster lap, he will start the Catalan GP from 16th, Enea Bastianini and Danilo Petrucci join him on the sixth row in 17th and 18th.

Luca Marini, Alex Marquez and Lorenzo Savadori make up the final row of the grid in 19th, 20th and 21st.