MotoGP start time: What time does the Austrian Grand Prix start?
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Maverick Vinales pulled off an impressive turnaround to claim pole position for the MotoGP Austrian Grand Prix. Here's how and when you can watch the race
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The factory Yamaha rider beat Pramac Ducati's Jack Miller to pole position by just 0.068 seconds at the Red Bull Ring with early championship leader Fabio Quartararo completing the front row in third place.

While Andrea Dovizioso has qualified on the front of the second row, all eyes were on the Italian for a different reason after his manager Simone Battistella confirmed Dovizioso would leave Ducati at the end of 2020.

Dovizioso's decision sent shockwaves through the MotoGP paddock, while the Italian himself has already admitted he has no "Plan B" lined up after he walks away from Ducati at the end of the season.

Back on track, Pol Espargaro produced impressive pace in practice ahead of KTM's home race as he looks to follow up team-mate Brad Binder's stunning maiden win for both him and the Austrian manufacturer last time out at the Czech GP. Espargaro has qualified in fifth place ahead of Suzuki's Joan Mir and Petronas…
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