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MotoGP is finally back and all the motorsports and the race fans in particular are eager, glad and happy knowing their favorite sports is back again.
MotoGP Race this time around happens to come up in Qatar, which makes it Qatar GP, and all fans all Around the world are set and ready to watch their favorites riders in actions again
Obviously, The premier class will see five-time MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez defend his title to edge closer to the elusive record set by the prolific Italian Valentino Rossi.
Actually, Regarding qualifying, the Spaniard starts the race from the third place while his Italian nemesis Andrea Dovizioso takes the second spot on the grid.
Clearly, the Moto2’s qualifying session was topped by Marcel Schrotter while the Moto3 division was dominated by KTM’s Aron Canet.
With the qualifying session not going as planned for the Italian, forcing him to start the race from a lowly fourteenth place
Vinales, who is on pole, has a brilliant opportunity to establish himself as the future for the Yamaha Factory Racing in the seasons to come.
Aron Canet, after putting strong shows during the free practice session, managed to secure the pole position just 0.146 seconds ahead of Xavi Vierge.
On the other hand, in Moto2, Dynavolt Intact GP’s Marcel Schrotter took the top spot on the starting grid with a lap time of 1’58.585.
Despite these two riders starting from the best possible position, there is no certainty that it would result in a race win
As a big bunch of riders are split by only a small margin, outlining the capabilities of their respective machines.
A good start by a rider and a couple of mistakes by the other could propel the first to a very good position to secure a podium when the chequered flag is waved at the end of the race
Jack Miller displayed extraordinary pace throughout the weekend, which allowed him to secure a brilliant fourth place, three places ahead of Ducati’s number-two man Danilo Petrucci.
It’s pretty clear that The 24-year-old Australian rider, with the Alma Pramac Racing Team, has defied all odds by putting spectacular performances that are comparable to the riders from the Factory Racing teams
Meanwhile, The top-12 riders in the Moto3 division and the top-15 riders in the Moto2 division were separated by less than a second during the qualifying session.
However, Maverick Vinales endured a splendid qualifying session on Saturday, ultimately finishing on pole
And of course, Ahead of Dovizioso and Marc Marquez, garnering all the attention before the main race on Sunday.
Base on records, In the past Vinales was always overshadowed by the seven-time MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi.