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Aragon MotoGP: Quartararo battles through pain barrier to pole

Championship leader Fabio Quartararo claimed his 10th MotoGP pole in qualifying for the Aragon Grand Prix, just hours after a heavy crash in FP3 left him with a hip injury. Quartararo was flicked from his Petronas SRT Yamaha in FP3 at Turn 14 and had to be taken to the medical centre for checks on his hip - but was found to have escaped broken bones. FP4 pacesetter Franco Morbidelli set the early pace on his Petronas SRT Yamaha with a 1m48.090s, though he would be deposed by Q1 graduate Jack Miller. The Pramac rider fired in a 1m47.657s on his Ducati, while Morbidelli's second lap put him just 0.002 seconds adrift. Two minutes later, Quartararo showed no obvious ill-effects from his FP3...
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