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Final sector costs Quartararo Aragon pole; ‘will try to work on my riding style’

Fabio Quartararo had to settle for third during qualifying for the Aragon MotoGP, even though the Yamaha man took provisional pole after the opening run.  Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Quartararo put in a stunning 1:46.727s lap time to leapfrog the three Ducati’s of Jorge Martin, Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller at the beginning of Q2. And while Quartararo looked like improving that time on each of his next three laps, it was Bagnaia who did so to take pole.  Quartararo eventually lost out on P2 as Miller got a slipstream from the Yamaha rider during his final lap.  Related Articles Miller...
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