BRNO (Czech Republic): Spanish Honda rider Dani Pedrosa clinched his first pole position of the season with the fastest time in qualifying on Saturday for the Czech Grand Prix. The 25-year-old, who had dominated both free practice sessions on Friday, clocked 1min 56.591sec to edge out Yamaha's defending world champion Jorge Lorenzo of Spain by 0.113sec. Pedrosa's Repsol Honda teammate Casey Stoner of Australia, the world championship leader, came in third after topping the last free practice on Saturday morning on a wet track that had dried by the qualifying session. Pedrosa's performance comes on the back of winning the German MotoGp last month, completing a stunning comeback after he broke his right collarbone in the French MotoGp in May which saw him miss three races and ruin his chances of winning the world title. Earlier on Saturday, Australian Honda rider Casey Stoner clocked the fastest time in the third and last free MotoGP practice on a wet circuit on Saturday ahead of Sunday's Czech Grand Prix. On a rainy morning, the world championship leader weathered a crash early into the practice to set the day's best time at 2min 07.321sec, more than ten seconds behind his time from Friday. Spain's Jorge Lorenzo on a Yamaha came in second ahead of Italy's Ducati rider Valentino Rossi and Spain's Dani Pedrosa on a Honda, who had topped both practices on Friday, setting a combined best time at 1:56.328.