The 2014 MotoGP Mugello Grand Prix at Italy's Mugello Circuit is Sunday, June 1. Be sure to catch all the action on Fox Sports 1 starting 7:00 a.m. EDT. For race fans out there that will not have access to the Fox Sports 1 when the lights go out, be sure to catch the live stream online by signing up for MotoGP 2013 MultiScreen Season VideoPass here.

Nobody can touch Marc Marquez. The young Repsol Honda ace stormed to his sixth consecutive pole position on Saturday. These are Yamaha's stomping grounds as Jorge Lorenzo won at Mugello for the last three years. What's more, this is Valentino Rossi's home race as well. That said, Marc Marquez is looking to extend his all-wins no-losses record for the 2014 season.

Pramac Ducati rider Andrea Iannone made the Italian constructor proud with a fast lap good enough to place him next to Marquez on the front row. Finally, the Spanish Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo will be the third bike at the front. Unfortunately for Rossi, a strong lap wasn't in the cards during qualifying, resulting in a distant tenth at the starting grid.

"We made a big mistake in the qualifying, we decided to change the front tyre at the same time as the second rear," Rossi explained. "It was the wrong decision, I felt really bad with the softer front and I was unable to improve my lap time. It's a great shame, because I had a good potential and could have started on the front, my pace is good and I feel good with the bike, but it's like this. 

"Tomorrow from the fourth row everything will be harder and more difficult. We have good pace, we need to fix some small problems and try to make the maximum," said Rossi. "I want to try and make a good race because it's my 300th Grand Prix and also we are in Mugello! I'm quite desperate for the tenth position but nothing is lost yet. It will be hard but we can do a good race." 

The 2014 MotoGP Mugello Grand Prix at Italy's Mugello Circuit is Sunday, June 1. Be sure to catch all the action on Fox Sports 1 starting 7:00 a.m. EDT. For race fans out there that will not have access to the Fox Sports 1 when the lights go out, be sure to catch the live stream online by signing up for MotoGP 2013 MultiScreen Season VideoPass here.