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Aleix pulls Marquez in Australia; Quartararo, to Q2 by the hair

Phillip Island.- The best record was taken by Marc Márquez, the fifth practice he has led since he returned from his fourth operation, even though the Honda man had the help of Aleix Espargaró, who served as a hare in his last attempt to quick turn.

The one from Cervera (Lleida) led Luca Marini by just over a tenth, who, in turn, beat Jorge Martín by 24 thousandths. Espargaró finished fourth, less than two tenths behind the head and a half ahead of Marco Bezzecchi (fifth). Jack Miller was sixth, just ahead of Alex Marquez, in one of the best grands prix of the course for the LCR racer.

Pecco Bagnaia, Quartararo’s first pursuer in the points table – he is two behind him – finished eighth, while Maverick Viñales finished ninth.

In a last kidney blow and with time running out, the current champion and leader of the general classification of the championship, got into the group of drivers who will compete for the first 12 positions on the grid, in Q2. Only four tenths separated him (tenth) from Márquez, a fact that unequivocally reflects the equality that currently prevails in MotoGP.

The Devil got in by the hairs and with less than half a tenth of a margin over Johann Zarco, the undisputed dominator of Friday’s session but who, this Saturday, will have to go through qualifying (Q1).

There he will meet Joan Mir (12th), Enea Bastianini (14th) and Alex Rins (17th).

Session results:

Cla # Pilot Motorcycle laps Weather Difference
1 93 Spain Marc Márquez Sling twenty 1,28,462
2 10 Italy Luca Marini Ducati 20 1’28.592 0.130
3 89 Spain Jorge Martin Ducati 20 1’28,616 0.154
4 41 Spain Aleix Espargaró April 21 1’28,639 0.177
5 72 Italy Marco Bezzecchi Ducati 21 1’28.690 0.228
6 43 Australia Jack Miller Ducati 22 1’28.721 0.259
7 73 Spain Alex Marquez Sling 22 1’28,765 0.303
8 63 Italy Pecco Bagnaia Ducati 19 1’28.768 0.306
9 12 SpainMaverick Viñales Aprilia 20 1’28.777 0.315
10 20 France Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 23 1’28,858 0.396
11 5 France Johann Zarco Ducati 20 1’28.903 0.441
12 36 SpainJoan Mir Suzuki 20 1’28.920 0.458
13 35 United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow Yamaha 20 1’28.945 0.483
14 23 Italy Enea Bastianini Ducati 20 1’29.023 0.561
fifteen 44 Spain Pol Espargaro Sling 18 1’29,095 0.633
16 88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM 19 1’29,133 0.671
17 42 SpainAlex Rins Suzuki 20 1’29.144 0.682
18 49 Italy Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati 20 1’29.526 1,064
19 25 Spain Raúl Fernández KTM 17 1’29.527 1.065
20 33 South AfricaBrad Binder KTM 22 1’29.589 1.127
21 21 Italy Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 22 1’29.654 1.192
22 87 AustraliaRemy Gardner KTM 21 1’29.691 1.229
twenty three 45 Japan Tetsuta Nagashima Honda 19 1’30.073 1.611
24 40 South Africa Darryn Binder Yamaha 20 1’30.336 1,874

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