MotoGP Argentina Qualifying: Jack Miller clinched first pole position of his career

Posted April 12, 2018

Italian MotoGP great Valentino Rossi has accused reigning world champion Marc Marquez of "destroying" the sport by riding dangerously and without respect for his rivals.

Movistar Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi has criticised Marc Marquez after the Spaniard caused him to crash in Argentina.

For more on what Rossi, Marquez and victor Cal Crutchlow had to say and a full analysis of the dramatic Argentinian Grand Prix, pick up Wednesday's MCN. "Because if all the riders race like this, without any respect for the rivals, this is a very risky sport and [it will] finish in a bad way". Marquez was absolutely flying as he was able to pass Miller for race lead in the second lap itself.

How much will this clash affect the championship standing in the future is uncertain, but relationship between Rossi and Marquez seem to have soured permanently.

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Tito Rabat will start from his best qualifying position in MotoGP today, from fourth position on the grid, with Suzuki's Alex Rins alongside him on fifth spot. Nearly all of the riders first went out on wet tyres - except for the pole-sitter, Jack Miller, whose Pramac Ducati was fitted with slicks.

There was drama even before the start with the race delayed as all but one of the riders went back into pit lane after the sighting lap to change tyres, leaving satellite Ducati rider Jack Miller alone on pole because he was already on slicks.

With six laps to go, Miller had a major moment at Turn 13 and gave up the lead to Crutchlow and dropped back from the lead battle.

But the Italian was forced off the track onto the grass after Marquez knocked into him while going around a corner. Other mistakes were made by Race Direction on the grid, and others were due to the hard conditions, but one thing I know for sure: "never in my career have I intentionally hit another rider". Miller's Ducati was soon left as the only bike on the grid.

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"But from Friday morning on, Marquez did this to (Maverick) Vinales, to (Andrea) Dovizioso, to me, and on Saturday morning, and today he went straight through four riders", added the 39-year-old nine-times world champion.

The Spaniard was handed a 30-second penalty, and finished 18th, with Rossi, who went off track and fell after the collision before resuming, finishing 19th.

The LCR Honda rider however, regained the lead on the penultimate lap with Zarco coming in hot and managed to take his career's third win, while denying Zarco his first ever.

At the front, Cal Crutchlow would hold off Johann Zarco to take victory, his first of the season.

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