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Bagnaia confirms his dominance and achieves pole at Sachsenring

the italian pilot Francesco Pecco bagnaia (Ducati) has been awarded pole for the MotoGP race of the German Grand Prix, the tenth round of the Motorcycle World Championship, and will lead a front row in which he will be accompanied by the leader of the World Championship, fabio quartararo (Yamaha), and the also French johann zarco (Ducati), while Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia) will start fourth.

A spectacular time of 1:19.931 earned the transalpine the third pole of the course, after the Spanish Grand Prix and the French Grand Prix, with 76 thousandths of an advantage over the rider from Nice, who will try to take advantage of his position to continue to increase his income over Spaniard Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia).

The one from Granollers, 22 points behind The devil in the general classification, he will start fourth in search of making up for his monumental mistake at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya; he was running second with a lap to go and stopped shooting thinking the race was over, and his reaction only earned him fifth.

Peccowhat hhad smashed the circuit record in the third free practice (1:19.765), set the first great reference time of Q2 with a good 1:20.098, which allowed him to beat the pole time from last year. He still lowered the mark with a few minutes to go, and Again, on his last lap, he became the first to drop below 1:20 to take first place. Aleix reached the crucial moments on the front line, but Quartararo and Zarco managed to expel him.

Also, George Martin (Ducati) will start eighth, ahead of Maverick Vinales (April), and Joan Mir (Suzuki) will start twelfth. Among those who failed to get past Q1, Pol Espargaro (Repsol Honda) will start from thirteenth place, Alex Marquez (Honda) will do so from sixteenth and Raúl Fernández (KTM), from twenty-second and penultimate.

For its part, alex rins (Suzuki) did not participate in the session and will miss the appointment in Sachsering – where eighth champion Marc Márquez will not be either – due to pain in his left wrist.

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