Johnston on front row for Macau GP

Fermanagh rider Lee Johnston will start Saturday's Macau Grand Prix from the front row of the grid after qualifying third fastest for the event, held on the famous Guia street circuit.

The Pirtek East Coast Racing Honda rider says the course is "like nowhere else".

"The course has a bit of everything - it's totally different to anything we do all year and particularly suits the short circuit riders," said Johnston.

Crumin rider Stephen Thompson, record Macau winner Michael Rutter and pole position man Stuart Easton also offer their thoughts on qualifying.

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