MotoGp San Marino, Miller on pole: Bagnaia starts 5th

Jack Miller conquers the pole position of the San Marino GP in the MotoGp class at the end of a qualifying session at Misano conditioned by the rain and the wet asphalt. The Australian Ducati rider laps in 1’31 “899, ahead of his teammate Francesco Bagnaia (1’31” 914). The Piedmontese, however, will start 5th due to the penalty of 3 positions on the grid. In the front row with Miller the other Ducatis of Enea Bastianini (1’32 “014) and Marco Bezzecchi (1’32” 048). Fourth was the Spaniard of Aprilia Maverick Vinales (1’32 “118) and sixth was the Ducati Pramac of Frenchman Johann Zarco (1’32” 169). Only 8th the reigning world champion and world leader the French Yamaha Fabio Quartararo (1’32 “246). Andrea Dovizioso (Yamaha) will start 18th in the last race of his career.