Francesco Bagnaia claimed pole for the San Marino MotoGP with a new track record time during Saturday’s qualifying.

Ducati rider Bagnaia, who won his first GP at Aragon last weekend, posted a blistering best time of one minute, 31.065 seconds at Misano, finishing ahead of teammate Jack Miller and championship leader Fabio Quartararo.

It was a second straight pole position for Italian Bagnaia as he aims to make it two wins in a row in front of home support on Sunday.

The 24-year-old trails Quartararo by 53 points in the overall standings.

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