Sport Rodrigo makes it back to back poles in Austria

17:37  12 august  2017
17:37  12 august  2017 Source:   Read Sport

Rodrigo takes debut Moto3 pole after crash

  Rodrigo takes debut Moto3 pole after crash Argentine rider Gabriel Rodrigo has taken his debut Moto3 pole at Brno, even after having a big crash. The RBA racing rider was taken to the medical centre after having a big incident. However, the Argentine got back on his bike and set the fastest time late in the session. It would be a great Saturday for the RBA Racing team, with Juanfran Guevara also taking third place on the grid for tomorrow’s race. Romano Fenati will be the final rider on the front row with the Italian starting second. Championship leader Joan Mir will head up the second row in fourth. The Spaniard will be joined by Nicolo Bulega and Bo Bendsneyder, who will start from fifth and sixth respectively. Marco Ramirez will start seventh, with Fabio Di Giannantonio starting eighth. Livio Loi will join them on the third row in ninth position. Phillip Oettl will start from tenth place alongside Ayumu Suzuki and Andrea Migno. Migno fell late on in the session, meaning the Italian was unable to improve his time. The Moto3 race at Brno will start at 10:00 BST.

Rodrigo to his second pole after claiming his career first at Brno, as qualifying for the Austrian His team-mate Enea Bastianini looked to be back to his best as he held fourth after the shuffle moving Jaume Masia makes his debut in a credible 14th replacing the injured Darryn Binder at Platinum Bay

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Gabriel Rodrigo shocked everyone again by taking his second pole position in a row this afternoon.

The Argentine rider continued his form shown in Brno, beating out Joan Mir with a late charge for pole position. Rodrigo will head up the grid tomorrow, however, Mir was thrown down the order after his lap was cancelled. The championship leader will start down in tenth place.

Alongside Rodrigo will be teammate Juanfran Guevara, making it another great afternoon for the RBA Racing team. Aron Canet will start third.

Enea Bastianini heads up row two alongside John McPhee. Bo Bendsneyder led for long periods of the session but will start tomorrow sixth.

Andrea Migno will start seventh, alongside Phillip Oettl in eighth. Fabio di Giannantonio will start in ninth place, joining the pair on the third row.

Romano Fenati and Livio Loi will join Mir on the fourth row. Fenati was involved in a scuffle with Di Giannantonio after the session was ended. The pair will be able to sort it out on the track tomorrow, with the riders lining up alongside each other.

The race tomorrow gets underway at 10:00 BST.

Dovizioso beats out Marquez in tight Austrian GP battle .
Andrea Dovizioso managed to just beat Marc Marquez to take victory at the Austria GP. Dovizioso and Marquez were involved in a tight and tense battle throughout the race, the pair locking horns around the Red Bull ring. It all came down the final corner, where Marquez managed to get round the Italian before going wide, allowing Dovizioso through to take the victory. Behind them was Dani Pedrosa. The Honda rider rode a solid race, fighting through the pack to eventually join his teammate on the podium. Pedrosa was able to leave behind Jorge Lorenzo, who led the pack for a number of laps. The Ducati rider would finish fourth. Fifth place would go to Johann Zarco. The Frenchman was able to best fellow Yamaha riders Maverick Vinales and Valentino Rossi, the Movistar Yamaha pair finishing in sixth and seventh respectively. Alvaro Bautista was the eighth rider across the line, with Loris Baz putting in a shift to finish in ninth. Mika Kallio, KTM’s test rider, was tenth, outperforming both of the regular KTM riders at their home race. Andrea Iannone was eleventh whilst Scott Redding was twelfth. The result cuts Marquez’s lead in the championship down to 16 points, going into the British GP at Silverstone. We’ll have live coverage from Northamptonshire in two weeks time.

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