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MotoGP Malaysia 2012: Zulfahmi Khairuddin, Jorge Lorenzo and Pol Espargaró get the poles in Sepang
MotoGP Malaysia 2012: Zulfahmi Khairuddin, Jorge Lorenzo and Pol Espargaró get the poles in Sepang

With the incomprehensible escape of Maverick Viñales from his team still kicking around the paddock of Sepang, We have seen some quite entertaining qualifying sessions. We already know that in this Malaysian Grand Prix the occasional world title may fall, and the top contenders have taken positions. So things, Zulfahmi Khairuddin has achieved pole at home in Moto3 (I think it has made us all happy), Jorge Lorenzo has done it in MotoGP and Pol Espargaro has also done the same in Moto2. They will start tomorrow from the most privileged position, but as always, there is much more to tell …

Moto3: Zulfahmi Khairuddin hasn't missed Maverick Viñales

Zulfahmi Khairuddin

Before entering the classification, we must mention once again everything that happened with Maverick, who has obviously revolutionized the paddock. Say that of the statements collected by Mediaset of the pilots, I keep those of Efren Vazquez and Luis Salom, more than anything because they were the only ones to say what we all thought, while the rest of the riders did not want to get too wet. The case for me is clear, lack of respect for everyone and absurd childishness, for many reasons that I now want to give.

But let's go to the classification, which is what counts, and what has been played without him without the world falling. The surprise of the day, although he had already been pointing out ways, has given Zulfahmi Khairuddin, that on his 21st birthday and in his little house, he has found no better way to celebrate it than by getting a resounding, well-deserved and historic pole. The madness unleashed in Sepang. The session began with the ground in delicate conditions after the rain that appeared in the FP3 of Moto2, and the times gradually fell. Finally, the Malaysian set a few last printing laps and set the best time of the weekend stopping the chrono at 2'13.885. The dominator, until the latter, of all sessions, Jonas Folger, has had to settle for second place, while Sandro Cortese, brushing the title with your fingers will close the first row in third position.

From behind will come out Louis rossi room, Miguel Oliveira fifth and Efren Vazquez sixth, while Brad binder (alright this guy) will make it 7th and our cool Alex Rins eighth. Ninth excellent Adrian Martin and tenth Luis Salom. But be careful, because in the table you will see him in fifth place, which is the one he has occupied for times, but due to the penalty imposed in Motegi, he has to lose five positions on the grid, that is, the aforementioned tenth place. In the falls section, the truth is that things have been calm, and they have only fallen Roman Fenati and Danny Webb without major problems.

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