Rossi takes pole

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Valentino Rosi has continued his domination of the Brno round of the MotoGP championship taking pole position for Sunday’s race.

The Italian took the fastest lap both on Friday and in the Saturday morning practice session before going on to clinch pole in the dying seconds of qualifying.

Lorsi Capirossi looked to have sealed the top spot but could quite match Rossi’s final lap leaving him to start the race in second place.

Kenny Roberts put in another strong performance to take the final place on the front row of the grid.

Nicky Hayden qualified in fourth place ahead of Shinya Nakano and Tony Elias.

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Valentino ROSSI 1’56.191

Loris CAPIROSSI 1’56.441

Kenny ROBERTS JR 1’56.603

Nicky HAYDEN 1’56.694

Shinya NAKANO 1’56.770

Toni ELIAS 1’56.875

John HOPKINS 1’56.913

Colin EDWARDS 1’56.967

Dani PEDROSA 1’57.139

Randy DE PUNIET 1’57.185

Marco MELANDRI 1’57.221

Casey STONER 1’57.679

Chris VERMEULEN 1’57.894

Alex HOFMANN 1’57.906

Makoto TAMADA 1’58.239

James ELLISON 1’59.011

Carlos CHECA 1’59.289

Jose Luis CARDOSO 2’00.971

Ivan SILVA 2’01.433

MCN Staff

By MCN Staff