Championship leader Fabio Quartararo snatches another pole position this season at the Aragon Grand Prix as he takes top spot from Maverick Vinales with Cal Crutchlow in third place.
First up was Q1 and all six Ducati bikes were battling it out for the top two spots into Q2 along with a few of the KTM bikes. Jack Miller had set the pace in the first split of the first qualifying session but it was all very close at the top.
However, it was French Grand Prix winner Danilo Petrucci who took top spot to progress into Q2 with Miller.
At the first split of Q2, it was the two Petronas Yamaha bikes who set the benchmark for the rest of the field to catch.
Quartararo went even faster on his second try at pole position and took it from Vinales on the last flying lap. Crutchlow got his Honda up into third place and will start on the front row alongside the two Yamaha boys.
Franco Morbidelli will start in fourth place, Miller in fifth and title contender Joan Mir will start in sixth place
Takkaki Nakagami will start in seventh place, Petrucci in eighth and Aleix Espargaro in ninth.
Alex Rins rounds out the top 10 on his Suzuki, Alex Marquez will start in 11th and Pol Espargaro will start 12th after colliding with his brother during qualifying.
Andrea Dovizioso will start tomorrow’s race in 13th place, alongside two KTM’s of Brad Binder in 14th and Iker Lecuona in 15th.
Johann Zarco qualified in 16th place, Pecco Bagnaia in 17th and Miguel Oliveira in 18th.
Bradley Smith will start 19th, Tito Rabat in 20th and Stefan Bradl rounds out the grid. Tomorrow’s race will start an hour later than usual at 15:00 (GMT+2) local time - make sure you tune in to see the action unfold.