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Quartararo snatches the pole from Viñales and Márquez will start sixth at Le Mans | MotoGP

The French rider has achieved his third pole of the season and will face the MotoGP French Grand Prix from the first position. Along with Fabio Quartararo will be Maverick Viñales, who was second, and Jack Miller, who was third, on the front row. Marc Márquez left a very good feeling at Le Mans, who dreamed of pole 574 days later. However, the track has been improving, which has allowed several of his rivals to improve their time, causing Cervera to fall to sixth position. Accompanying Márquez on the second row will be Franco Morbidelli, who was fourth, and Johann Zarco, who was fifth. Takaaki Nakagami, Pol Espargaró and Valentino Rossi will face the French Grand Prix from the third row. Miguel Oliveira completed the Top-10 at the end of the qualifying session ahead of rookies Lorenzo Savadori and Luca Marini, who entered Q2 for the first time since Q1. The latter was unable to overtake Valentino Rossi, who is his older brother. Fabio Quartararo, who will start from pole, is second in the MotoGP World Championship, just two points behind Francesco Bagnaia. The Italian has not been able to access Q2 so he could lose his first place in the classification in favor of the Frenchman. Maverick Viñales, meanwhile, is third, sixteen points behind Bagnaia; while Joan Mir, who is fourth, has not managed to pass Q1 either, although Aleix Espargaró will start thirteenth, Joan Mir will start fourteenth ahead of Álex Rins. World Championship leader Francesco Bagnaia will start sixteenth and after him will face the French Grand Prix Danilo Petrucci, Iker Lecuona, Álex Márquez, Tito Rabat, Brad Binder and Enea Bastianini.Márquez flew in Free Practice 3 It should be noted that Marc Márquez, after missing the first two races of the World Cup, was seventh in the Portuguese Grand Prix and ninth in the Spanish one. The one from Cervera continues to recover sensations and has returned to lead a training session 250 days after the fall for which he was forced to undergo surgery. In a Free 3 passed through water, Márquez registered the best time. However, in the combined classification of the three free test rounds he finished eighth. Johann Zarco was first, Fabio Quartararo second and Maverick Viñales third. Pol Espargaró, Franco Morbidelli, Miguel Oliveira and Jack Miller were also ahead of Márquez. French Grand Prix starting grid A crazy qualifying session! 💥 In constantly changing conditions, @ FabioQ20 pips @YamahaMotoGP team-mate Maverick Viñales to pole! 👏 # FrenchGP 🇫🇷 – MotoGP ™ 🏁 (@MotoGP) May 15, 2021

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