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Actually, It was achieved in some style, on a track too damp for slicks but not really wet enough for predictable performance from wet tyres. Marquez set the time early in the session
And fell off on his next lap, but picked the bike up and carried on for the full 15 minutes without pitting.
Coming through from Q1 proved an advantage in Moto2, giving familiarity with the track and the conditions to top two qualifiers Jorge Navarro (Speed Up) and Thomas Luthi (Dynavolt Kalex).
This helped their speed, but didn’t save both of them from crashing, so they had to make their way to parc ferme on foot.
It was Navarro’s second pole in a row, and like all he spoke of how difficult the conditions were.
“I made some improvement from Q1 to Q2, but when I crashed I was on the limit, so it is always possible,” he said.
Danilo Petrucci claimed his first front row since joining the factory Ducati team, less than four tenths slower
and five hundredths ahead of Pramac Ducati’s Jack Miller, who had also set an early time, then crashed unhurt at the end.
“Conditions were best at the start, and I crashed when I tried to improve,” he said.
He still managed to keep Andrea Dovizioso’s factory Ducati in fourth, to lead row two from Valentino Rossi
after the veteran Monster Yamaha rider came through from Q1 with trademark race-craft.
While his Q1 rivals went out on wet tyres on a gradually deteriorating track, Rossi risked slicks, and set a time that proved unbeatable.
Rossi, team-mate Maverick Vinales and Petronas Yamaha rider Fabio Quartararo risked slicks for the start of Q2, but were straight into the pits to change to wets.
It was second Petronas rider Franco Morbidelli, also through from Q1, who placed sixth to complete the second row.
Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda) heads the third from Jorge Lorenzo (Repsol Honda) and Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia).
Rookie Quartararo, fastest on Friday morning, was tenth, ahead of factory Yamaha rider Maverick Vinales
Of course, fastest on Friday afternoon, but whose switch to wet tyres yielded no reward in Q2. Pol Espargaro (Red Bull KTM) crashed before setting a lap time, and will start from 12th.
Pecco Bagnaia (Pramac Ducati) was best of the rest to head row five from Johann Zarco (Red Bull KTM) and Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda), both narrowly failing to escape from Q1.
whose hopes of a third successive podium were dealt a blow when he qualified 19th, one place down on rookie team-mate Joan Mir.
And, more importantly, without having to defend his time, as the spots of rain got slightly but steadily heavier.“Today was one of the most difficult days,” he said.
He continued, “I knew my first time was goodthen I had a small crash, but I continued riding to try to understand the track.”