MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix – Start time, how to watch & more

The factory Yamaha rider beat SRT Yamaha’s Franco Morbidelli by just 0.057 seconds to take his fourth consecutive MotoGP pole position at Jerez, as he looks to extend his lead in the riders’ standings following back-to-back wins at the Doha and Portuguese rounds.
The Yamaha pair are joined by Jack Miller on the front row as he edged out factory Ducati team-mate Francesco Bagnaia for third …Keep reading

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