Moto2: Lorenzo takes another pole
Jorge Lorenzo claimed his seventh pole position of the season in 250cc qualifying at Brno
The championship leader overcame the man who will replace him on the Fortuna Aprilia next season - Alex Debon - to take pole by seven tenths of a second.
Wild card Debon took provisional pole before the rain interrupted Friday's session, and soon improved his time when today's action got underway.
But he had no response when Lorenzo produced a 2:01.368 lap late in qualifying.
Andrea Dovizioso then came within 0.010 seconds of taking second from Debon, but had to settle for the outside front row spot.
Having ended up last of all after failing to set a time in the dry yesterday, Alex de Angelis recovered to take fourth today.
Mika Kallio moved in the other direction - dropping from fourth on the provisional grid to ninth. Hector Barbera completes the top five.
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