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Austrian MotoGP: recovering Vinales snatches pole from Miller

Yamaha's Maverick Vinales turned around his fortunes after a tough Friday at the Austrian Grand Prix to take MotoGP pole by 0.068 seconds from Jack Miller. Vinales admitted after Friday he was "lost" with the set-up of his YZR-M1 as the grip issues which blighted his Czech GP had carried over. But the Spaniard was on fine form on Saturday, getting straight into Q2 in FP3 and snatching his first pole since Phillip Island last year. Vinales set the early pace in Q2 with a 1m23.892s, engaging in a tussle for top spot with Petronas SRT's Fabio Quartararo. The championship leader edged ahead on a 1m23.787s, with Vinales striking back with a 1m23.716s. However, this effort was...
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