Fabio Quartararo takes pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuito de Jerez with Franco Morbidelli and Jack Miller completing the top three.
In Q1 there was a strong contention for the top two spots to go through to Q2 - with the two Repsol Hondas, two factory KTMs and Morbidelli on the satellite Yamaha.
Morbidelli put in a quick lap on his Petronas Yamaha to take top spot in the session. Brad Binder joined the Italian into Q2 with 0.4 seconds away from the quickest time set.
In Q2, the Yamahas showed great pace with Quartararo, who won the double header at Jerez last year, looking the strongest.
He continued his fast pace throughout the session and managed to qualify in top spot with a 1.36.755.
His former teammate Franco Morbidelli continued his strong weekend and qualified alongside the Frenchman, just under 0.1 seconds off. Jack Miller qualified in third place and will start on the front row on his Ducati machine.
Pecco Bagnaia continued his good form this season and heads the second row for tomorrow’s race in fourth position, he will be joined by Takaaki Nakagami in fifth place and Johann Zarco in sixth.
Maverick Vinales will start the race from seventh place, with Aleix Espargaro in eighth and Alex Rins in ninth completing the third row.
Reigning world champion Joan Mir will start in tenth, with Brad Binder in 11th and Stefan Bradl in 12th place.
Pol Esargaro will start 13th and Marc Marquez will start 14th - after both of the Hondas had huge crashes in the practice sessions beforehand. Enea Bastianini completes the fifth row.
Miguel Oliveira will start in 16th place followed by Valentino Rossi in 17th and Luca Marini in 18th.
Danilo Petrucci finished qualifying in 19th place, with Alex Marquez in 20th and Lorenzo Savadori in 21st. Tito Rabat, who is taking the place of injured Jorge Martin, will round out the grid.
The Spanish GP will get underway at 14:00 (GMT+2) local time.