Ogura puts more pressure from pole

Things are a little more complicated for Augusto Fernández, who in addition to suffering another crash in FP3, the second of the weekend, has seen how in Q2 he had to settle for sixth place while Ogura won the pole.

The Japanese is ahead of the general by only 3.5 over the Spaniard and in the Malasaia GP he has put all the possible pressure on him by scoring his third pole position of the season. The other two came in the Jerez and Austria races, in which he later ended up achieving victory, which is at least something to worry about. His other victory, at Motegi, was achieved from thirteenth place on the grid.

Between Ogura and Fernández there will be five riders in between at the time of departure. Arbolino and Canet close the first row and Dixon and González close the second. Further back, the third row has been for Chantra, Acosta and Beaubier. The fourth, for López, Roberts and Bendsneyder. The fifth, for Arenas, Schrotter and Dalla Porta. And the sixth, for Aldeguer, Antonelli and Salac.

Further back will start Alcoba 19th, Ramírez 21st and debutants Sanchís 24th and Gómez 26th. These last two race replacing the injured Corsi and Navarro, who hopes to be able to travel to Spain tomorrow after undergoing surgery on his fractured left femur, after the fall suffered in Australia, where the Italian ran over him.

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