Aragon Grand Prix Qualifying Results
1. Marc MARQUEZ (93), Repsol Honda Team HONDA
2. Maverick VIÑALES (25) Team Suzuki Ecstar SUZUKI
3. Jorge LORENZO (99) Movistar Yamaha MotoGP YAMAHA
4. Andrea DOVIZIOSO (4) Ducati Team DUCATI
6. Valentino ROSSI (46) Movistar Yamaha MotoGP YAMAHA
7. Dani PEDROSA (26) Repsol Honda Team HONDA
8. Aleix ESPARGARO (41) Team Suzuki Ecstar SUZUKI
9. Danilo PETRUCCI (9) OCTO Pramac Yakhnich DUCATI
10. Scott REDDING (45) OCTO Pramac Yakhnich DUCATI
11. Pol ESPARGARO (44) Monster Tech 3 YAMAHA
12. Stefan BRADL (6) Aprilia Racing Team Gresini APRILIA
13. Hector BARBERA (8) Avintia Racing DUCATI
14. Alvaro BAUTISTA (19) Aprilia Racing Team Gresini APRILIA
15. Yonny HERNANDEZ (68) Aspar Team MotoGP DUCATI
16. Eugene LAVERTY (50) Aspar Team MotoGP DUCATI
17. Michele PIRRO (51) Ducati Team DUCATI
18. Tito RABAT (53) Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS HONDA
19. Nicky HAYDEN (69) Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS HONDA
20. Loris BAZ (76) Avintia Racing DUCATI
21. Alex LOWES (22) Monster Tech 3 YAMAHA

The gray of Friday at MotorLand Aragon turned powder blue on Saturday, as qualifying day brought warmer temperatures and shining late September sun for the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon. Q2's pre-session favorite for pole was unquestionably Marc Marquez after the Repsol Honda rider was fastest by some margin in both FP3 and FP4 on ominous form, and the number 93 turned promise into pole position in spectacular style to head the timesheets by an incredible gap of six tenths. Maverick Viñales (Team Suzuki Ecstar) and Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) complete the front row as MotoGP gets back on their home turf.

Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez is at the top of the MotorLand Aragon timesheets by an incredible gap of six tenths of a second.©Motorcyclist

FP4 saw PULL&BEAR Aspar rider Yonny Hernandez into the top ten, but the Colombian sadly wasn't able to replicate the performance in Q1 as Danilo Petrucci (Octo Pramac Yakhnich), Hector Barbera (Avintia Racing) and Aprilia Racing Team Gresini duo Alvaro Bautista and Stefan Bradl joined the South American in the battle for graduation to Q2. Petrucci eventually topped the session, with Bradl impressing as the German got an Aprilia through to Q2 for the second successive race after Bautista managed the same at Misano last time out. Alex Lowes (Monster Yamaha Tech 3), replacing injured Bradley Smith for the third time in a row, had a crash in FP3 and subsequently decided to stay off track on Saturday afternoon - with a decision on whether to race left for Sunday morning.

Maverick Viñales, Team Suzuki Ecstar©Motorcyclist

With Q2 underway Marquez hit first, with Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda) slotting into P2 early on and reigning champion Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) suddenly pulling a laptime out the bag to take a provisional front row. Looking to improve in the second run, Repsol Honda rider Marquez'  first flying run proved to set his fastest time - just shy of a 1:46 lap of the 5.1km venue.

Jorge Lorenzo, Movistar Yamaha©Motorcyclist

As the second run got underway, Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) leapt up into P2 before former teammate Cal Crutchlow lost his Honda into Turn 1 in the first high-profile crash of the session. It was then Viñales on the Suzuki GSX-RR who moved up into second, as Friday's fastest Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) suffered a crash soon after Crutchlow and saw his session come to an equally early end.

The last minute drama wasn't over there, as Lorenzo again improved his lap time in the final minutes to knock Dovizioso back off the front row, completing the all-Spanish top three on home turf behind Marquez and Viñales.

Cal Crutchlow, LCR Honda©Motorcyclist

Desmo Dovi finally heads up row two ahead of late crasher Crutchlow, with Movistar Yamaha MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi further down the timesheets in P6 to complete the second row, despite proving fastest Yamaha on Friday. The 'Doctor' had a difficult day at the office, including a high-side crash at Turn 9 in FP3.

Pedrosa starts from seventh after his crash in qualifying - one place higher than his grid position ahead of victory at Misano World Circuit - with second Suzuki rider Aleix Espargaro behind the 'Baby Samurai' in P8. Danilo Petrucci (Octo Pramac Yakhnich) just beat teammate Scott Redding to the third row, with the Pramac pair pushing Pol Espargaro (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) down to P11. Stefan Bradl (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini) completed the Q2 graduates in P12.