16:53 - Pramac Racing's Francesco Bagnaia reacts on Twitter
#AustralianGP ????????— Pecco Bagnaia (@PeccoBagnaia) October 26, 2019
Today during FP4 the wind speed was 60 km/h with gust up to 80 km/h. In this situation Safety Commission plays a key role and the decision to stop the FP4 was upheld by all of us.@pramacracing @DucatiMotor @VRRidersAcademy #GoFree ???? pic.twitter.com/HgfAH3KuoI
16:35 - Race Direction Dorna Representative Loris Capirossi explains the decision to cancel Saturday's premier class qualifying
16:20 - New time schedule for Sunday confirmed
Track action is suspended for today. The good news is that Miguel luckily escaped his high speed crash without any broken bones, although he‘s bruised ????????????????????#KTM #Tech3 #MotoGP #MO88 #Turma88 @MotoGP #AustralianGP pic.twitter.com/1abICMxGmX— Red Bull KTM Tech3 (@Tech3Racing) October 26, 2019
16:00 - Jack Miller reacts to the cancellation
Quali sessions to be rescheduled for tomorrow due to wild weather, So... what is everyone doing this afternoon? ???????? pic.twitter.com/423THsVEb7— Jack Miller (@jackmilleraus) October 26, 2019
15:20 - Due to high winds on Saturday at the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, MotoGP™ qualifying has been postponed until Sunday morning. FP4 was cut short as the premier class riders were called to Safety Commission, with the outcome being that the weather conditions were too unsafe to ride in.
15:02 - Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM Tech 3) was blown off the track heading down into Turn 1 during FP4, which resulted in the Portuguese rider suffering a seriously fast, heavy crash. The red flags came out shortly after as the riders headed to the Safety Commission meeting, with Oliveira heading to the medical centre for a check-up. Thankfully, although bruised, the KTM man suffered no broken bones. The impressive rookie will be reviewed on Sunday morning before heading out on track.