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Friday fast man Petronas Yamaha SRT rookie Quartararo set the pace to grab a fifth pole of the season with a last-gasp 1:58.303s to beat fellow Yamaha riders Maverick Vinales (Monster Energy Yamaha) and teammate Franco Morbidelli.

However, the Marquez incident was the flashpoint, and came after a session long battle with Quartararo. The Repsol Honda rider will start 11th – his worst starting spot for over four years.

Marquez backed out of his first flyer as he looked for a tow at the power hungry Sepang circuit, and looked to Quartararo as the target. The young Frenchman had set the pace to take provisional pole before Vinales topped the pops by just 0.087s.

Ahead of the second runs, Marquez caught Quartararo and found the tow he was looking for. Problem was, he had to stay with Quartararo, and also had to clear Ducati’s Danilo Petrucci when the laps began. Marquez muscled past the Italian at Turn 1, and he managed to find the apex.

However, when Marquez caught Quartararo into Turn 2, the #93 flicked into a shocking highside.

The six-time MotoGP champ was tossed off his RC213V, and initially landed on his feet before face planting and controlling a body roll into the infield.

Quartararo zoomed off into the distance and would set a remarkable time to claim pole at his team’s home event, while Marquez – grimacing underneath his helmet – trudged away, his plan to steal a tow scuppered.

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Marquez was consigned to 11th as others completed their final runs – marking his worst qualifying result since the 2015 Italian Grand Prix.

Fresh off his hometown podium last week at Phillip Island, Jack Miller slotted his Pramac Racing entry into fourth, 0.422s down on Quartararo.

The second-placed finisher from that race, LCR Honda’s Cal Crutchlow, qualified fifth ahead of Valentino Rossi.

Alex Rins (Suzuki Ecstar), Petrucci and Johann Zarco (LCR Honda) completed the third row, with Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati) and Francesco Bagnaia (Pramac Racing) sandwiching Marquez.

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