German GP: Twice lightning strikes at Sachsering as Francisco Bagania grabs pole

The Italian was the only rider to enter the Q2 at 1:19 in Q2 with a 1: 19.931 for the Leaky Molly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland, in particular – although the front row still occupied less than a decimal of a second, how close the proven range is.

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP rider Fabio Quartaro has a good chance to extend his World Championship lead by finishing second on the starting grid for Sunday’s race in Germany, and will be joined by Johan Zarko of Prima Pramac Racing.

German GP: Sachsenring. Bagnia shined with a new lap record

The first four, thanks to Aprilia Racing’s Alex Espargaro, had three different make-ups, but Bologna’s seven goalkeepers advanced to the second round of the qualifying round and six of them finished in the first eight.

Fabio Di Giannantonio (Gracini Racing MotoGP) came in at Q1, ahead of Jack Miller (Ducati Lenovo Team), Luca Marini (Moonie VR46 Racing Team), and Jorge Martin (Prima Primac Racing) before moving up to fifth place in Q2.

Francisco Baganaya

The Paco show is on in Germany.

Di Giannantonio would have slipped in Q1, but he overcame that hurdle in the previous qualifying session, topping 1: 20.307, which would have placed him ninth in Q2 – yet he would not have gone so fast.

The Italian, on the GP21-model Desmosedici, was third fast before settling fifth on the grid at 1: 20.128. As it stands, it will start between Alex Espargaro and Miller, the latter of whom was sixth at 1: 20,150, but the Australian was still facing an investigation into the alleged crash under the yellow flag in FP4.

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For now, Marini is seventh on the grid and Martin is eighth, although Spaniard was just 0.288 seconds short of the pole. Maverick Vinales (Aprilia Racing) also made 3 rows, followed by Takaki Nakagami (LCR Honda Idemitsu) in 10th place, who crashed late in turn 1. Q1 graduate Marco Bezechi (Mooney VR46 Racing Team) is 11th and Joan Mir (T Suzuki Ecstar) is 4th.

Paul Espargaro suffered an injury in the first quarter with a late flying lap of 1: 20,600 to 0.004 seconds from Bejechi and so the Repsol Honda Rider will start at the top of the 5th row of the grid.

There, he will be joined by Red Bull KTM Factory Racing teammates Miguel Oliveira and Brad Binder, Alex Marquez (LCR Honda Castrol), Enya Bastianini (Gracini Racing MotoGP) and Stephen Bradley (Repsol Honda) in the 6th row.

So fuck guys! MotoGP is back on track for rehearsal on Sunday at 9.40am local time (1.10 p.10 IST_), followed by a race at 2pm local time (5.30 p.30 IST).

Indian viewers can watch all the action live on Eurosport channel.

1. Francisco Bagnia (Ducati Lenovo team) – 1: 19.931
2. Fabio Quartaro (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) + 0.076
3. Johan Zarco (Prime Premac Racing) +0.099
4. Alex Espargaro (Aprilia Racing) +0.189
5. Fabio di Gianantonio (Gracini Racing MotoGP) + 0.197
6. Jack Miller (Ducati Lenovo Team) + 0.219
7. Luca Marini (Mooney VR46 Racing Team) +0.237
8. George Martin (Prima Primac Racing) +0.288
9. Maverick Vinales (Aprilia Racing) +0.537
10. Takaki failure (LCR Honda Idemitsu) +0.631

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