Is Viñales the man who can stop Marquez’ Ring run?

Run number three was Viñales’ best. With a front medium and brand-new soft rear, the Assen winner was able to do six consecutive low 1:21s at the end of FP4, with a 1:21.153 his best time. Marquez did a longer opening stint on a hard front, medium rear, with the seven-time Champion managing 10 consecutive 1:21s, nine of them in the lower end of that bracket. Marquez then pitted, came out on the same set of tyres and managed to do four more mid to low 1:21s, including his personal best time of the session.

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