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Aron Canet has added in Portimao his second pole in Moto2 with which he hopes to be able to reveal once and for all the secret of why every ti


Aron Canet has added in
Portimao his second pole in
Moto2 with which he hopes to be able to reveal once and for all the secret of why every time he gets on a podium -he has seven in Moto2- he does it with a wooden bow tie around his neck, something he has promised he will do when his first win comes in what is his third season in the intermediate category.

The Frenchman has left ‘in extremis’ without a prize
Joan Mir who was already savoring his first ever pole position in
MotoGP and
Aleix Espargaro completed the front row of the grid.
Marc Márquez He will start ninth after a time trial that gave him fourth place was canceled due to yellow flags due to the fall of his teammate
Pol Espargaro.

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The fifth ‘poleman’ of the season in the small category in a
Portuguese Grand Prix passed through water and in which the strong gusts of wind have also been protagonists has been the Turkish
Deniz Oncua timed survival in which it has been key for him to have played an extra 15 minutes of the
Q1 that had been previously noted.

1. Aron Canet

2. Cameron Beaubier

3.Jake Dixon

4. Tony Arbolino

5. Augusto Fernandez

6. Ai Ogura

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1.Johann Zarco

2. Joan Mir

3. Aleix Espargaro

4. Jack Miller

5. Fabio Quartararo

6. Marco Bezzecchi

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– 13th. George Martin

– 14th. Maverick Vinales

– 15th. Fabio DiGiannantonio

– 16th. Andrea Dovizioso

– 17th. Takaaki Nakagami

– 18th. Enea Bastianini

– 19th. Franco Morbidelli

– 20º. Remy Gardner

– 21st. lorenzo savadori

– 22nd. darryn binder

– 23rd. Alex Rins

– 24th. Raul Fernandez

– 25º. Francesco Bagnaia

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1. Deniz Oncu

2. Mario Aji

3. Lorenzo Fellon

4. Carlos Tatay

5. Tatsuki Suzuki

6. Sergio Garcia Dols

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A session that lasted longer than expected due to the red flag that had to be shown on the track of
Portimaocaused by the bad weather conditions experienced this morning, as well as throughout the weekend.

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Despite the fall, the
cervera was able to return to the session, without any apparent physical damage, and managed to improve his time to plant himself directly on the
Q2.

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Xavier Artigas and
Dennis Foggia they were the only two riders who managed to lower their time in this morning session on Saturday, although it did not save them from having to go through the
Q1.

Q1 Moto3: 1:35 p.m.

Q2 Moto3: 2:00 p.m.

FP4 MotoGP: 2:30 p.m.

Q1 MotoGP: 3:10 p.m.

Q2 MotoGP: 3:35 p.m.

Q1 Moto2: 4:10 p.m.

Q2 Moto2: 16:35.

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From now until the start of the
Clasification of
Moto3 We will be reviewing everything that happened in the free practices of the three categories and analyzing the keys of the weekend.

Let’s go there!

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Only Pol Espargaró, Andrea Dovizioso and Franco Morbidelli improved the times of FP1 in a soulless FP2 and of them only Polyccio was able to sneak, and by far, into that Top-10 at the expense of his brand mate Àlex Márquez