But Espargaro wasn’t at the summit for long. Nakagami and Honda have seemingly found some of the issues that plagued the Japanese rider last weekend at Misano and having finished P5 in FP1, Nakagami was then leading the way. A 1:31.630 placed Nakagami 0.069 ahead of Espargaro, but then another KTM rider was on the move. Binder was 14th this morning but following lap record holder Maverick Viñales (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP), the MotoGP™ race winner demoted Nakagami to P2 by 0.002 seconds. Viñales, in turn, went to P4 after choosing not to do a time attack run in FP1.