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Vinales flashes to Andalucian GP pole, Marquez pulls out of qualifying

Fabio Quartararo sealed his second consecutive pole at Jerez for Petronas SRT after Maverick Vinales lost his provisional pole effort to a track limits infringement. Vinales led the first runs in Q2 with a blistering 1:37.102, while Quartararo could only manage a lap good enough for third early on just behind Pramac Racing’s Francesco Bagnaia. The Spanish GP winner hit back though on his finally flying run, firing his satellite M1 to the top spot on his penultimate push lap with a 1:37.007. Vinales was not done with just yet though, and looked to have snatched pole at the death by a tenth of a second. Related Posts Vinales tops Andalucian GP FP3 with new lap record, Marquez returns...
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