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Yamaha's Cal Crutchlow has taken pole position for tomorrow's World Supersport scrap at Monza by a fraction of a second Joan Lascorz and Fabien Foret in a session which was red-flagged after Mark Aitchison crashed out.

Crutchlow was battling with team-mate Foret and Kawsaki's Lascorz for most of the session, swapping lap times until the former British Superbike star hit the front with ten minutes to go, setting his pole time of 1'49.706, only two-tenths faster than his best in this morning's free practice.

Parkalgar Honda's Eugene Laverty occupies the fourth and last slot on row one, taking his time in this afternoon's 45-minute session and posting his 1'50.006 lap with only a handful of minutes remaining. The Irishman is just three-tenths behind Crutchlow.
Incredibly, Aitchison heads the second row despite the crash, from which he walked away, with another crasher Ten Kate's Kenan Sofuoglu in sixth. The Turkish former world champion lobbed it with five minutes of the session remaining but also escaped injury.


Sofuoglu's team-mate Andrew Pitt, who is still nursing a bruised hand after Crutchlow ran it over at Assen, is seventh fastest while Gianluca Nannelli leads team-mate Garry McCoy to complete the second row.

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