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Jorge Lorenzo has qualified on pole position for the third time this season and the 68th in his Grand Prix career.
This is Lorenzo’s first back-to-back pole position since joining Ducati in 2017 and his first overall since the final race of 2015 and the opening race of 2016.
This is the first back-to-back pole position for Ducati since the final race of 2009 and the opening race of 2010, both with Casey Stoner.
This is the third pole position from a Ducati rider in the MotoGP class at Misano, along with Casey Stoner in both 2007 and 2008.
On Jorge Lorenzo’s last three pole positions at Misano in the premier class, he finished on the podium twice with a second place in 2014 and a third in 2016.
Dani Pedrosa, in 2010, is the last rider to win the MotoGP race at the San Marino GP after qualifying in pole position.
Jack Miller starts from second on the grid as the top Independent Team rider, which is his best qualifying result since he was on pole in Argentina earlier this year and his second front-row start on what is his 60th Grand Prix race in the premier class.
With Jorge Lorenzo and Jack Miller, this is the fifth Ducati 1–2 in the MotoGP™ class and the first in back-to-back Grand Prix events.
The highest-placed Yamaha rider on the grid is Maverick Viñales in third place. This is his best qualifying result since he was also third at Mugello earlier this year.
Heading the second row on the grid is Andrea Dovizioso, who crossed the line in third place last year at the San Marino GP.
Marc Márquez has qualified in fifth place on the grid, which is his worst qualifying result at Misano since he stepped up to the MotoGP class in 2013.
This is the sixth time this year he failed to qualify on the front row, equalling his highest tally from 2016.
He won the race last year at the San Marino GP in wet-weather conditions, taking the lead on the final lap.
Cal Crutchlow completes the second row on the grid, which is his worst qualifying result since he was the seventh-fastest qualifier in Germany earlier this year.