Martin: Doha GP “not my day to win” despite maiden MotoGP pole

The Moto2 graduate set the early pace in Saturday’s pole shootout session, before stunning everyone with his final effort of 1m53.106s to claim his first MotoGP pole in only his second start.
Martin is the first rookie rider to score a pole position since Fabio Quartararo in 2019, and heads Ducati’s first 1-2 since Aragon 2018 with team-mate Johann Zarco starting alongside him on …Keep reading

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