Petronas Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo has won back-to-back pole positions in Jerez and will lead the race at the Andalucia GP. Last week, he broke the fastest lap record on the circuit to win pole position for the Spanish GP.
Spaniard Maverick Vinales registered a faster time but exceeded the track limits by inches at turn seven, leaving the record invalid.
Pramac Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia secured the third spot while the Doctor Valentino Rossi ensured the fourth spot for himself on the grid.
Marc Marquez, who was returning to the track after surgery on a broken arm he sustained at the Spanish GP, did not complete the qualifying session and withdrew from the main race.
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