Marc Marquez will start from the first line in the Italian Grand Prix

The pilot CatalunyaCaixa was second in qualifying and will occupy the front row for the eighth time this season

The rider Marc Marquez CatalunyaCaixa finished second by a sigh, in qualifying this afternoon. After dominating much of the session, Marquez has chosen to get the pole until the last lap. In the end, Cervera was second to only 69 thousandths of the best time of Pol Espargaró. Thus, the CX will start tomorrow from the second position in the Italian Grand Prix and will occupy the first row in the grid, for the eighth time, nine possible this season.
The second day of testing at Mugello has started with the morning free practice session in which the pilot CatalunyaCaixa finished second. That of Cervera, following its work plan and regular progression, has started the day with a lot of determination and in his fifth lap of the 19 who completed, have had their best record (1'52 .867) in Mugello. With a great pace, shooting consistently in low 1.53 and 1.52 high, has led much of the session. Only Tom Lüthi has passed for only 72 milliseconds, in the final minute of the session.
Marquez has continued printing a cruising speed in the qualifying session. Now was the first moment of the weekend, and the pilot CatalunyaCaixa torpedoing the timer has started from the login. In his fourth lap had already achieved the best record in Mugello (1'52 .438), marking the provisional pole, and with an iron fist to dominate the rest of the session. But on the last lap, Espargaró has managed to lower the Marc record for only 69 milliseconds, while Marquez, with heavy traffic on the track in the closing minutes, could not improve his time again and, after making 20 laps , ended the session in second place.
The pilot played CatalunyaCaixa morning (24:20) ninth race of the season in Mugello, which adds two consecutive wins in 125cc Moto2 in 2010 and last year.
Marc Marquez CatalunyaCaixa pilot, 2nd place, 39 laps, time: 1'52 .438:
"Today we had a good feeling because we ran a very good pace. Here at Mugello pole to achieve a return is difficult because you have to take reference drivers to take advantage of aspirations. The traffic generated in the circuit cuts off a bit around and you have to be very attentive to the other drivers. Tomorrow will be a race in a group, very long and very hard physically. Heat and address changes physically wear out much. We must be very focused on this circuit. The most important thing is that for the race tomorrow we have a good base and we leave from the front line. "