Marc Marquez will start the Malaysian Grand Prix race in Sepang from the best starting position. The Repsol Honda racer overtook the Italian Valentino Rossi by a good three tenths, who was quietly already looking forward to the fiftieth pole in his career. They will be primarily accompanied by Cal Crutchlow.
A short downpour before the start of the second part of the qualifiers jeopardized its implementation, but the rain soon subsided and the track gradually began to dry up. Marquez handled the harsh conditions best and eventually landed at the top of the timeline.
Rossi and Crutchlow also took advantage of the conditions and beat current champions Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedroso. The latter will start the race from the second row.
The qualifiers had to be missed by Stefan Bradl, who injured his ankle in the last training session.
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