The race takes place this Sunday at 5:20 am (Portuguese time).
In qualifying this Saturday for the Malaysian Grand Prix, Miguel Oliveira secured the 7th position of the starting grid, with the time of 2.06.617 minutes. The Portuguese took a place behind championship leader Francesco Bagnaia, who could win the championship this Sunday.
On pole position was the Spaniard Álex Márquex. The Kalex rider was the fastest and was 988 thousandths of a second faster than Miguel Oliveira.
The Portuguese must be alert for this 18th and penultimate round of the Moto2 World Championship since Bagnaia wins the competition if he does not lose more than 11 points for Oliveira. At this moment, the Italian has a 36 points advantage over the natural driver of Almada.
The Malaysian Moto2 Grand Prix starts at 5:20 a.m. in Portugal.