Disaster then struck for Arbolino at Turn 2, a vicious highside on the exit spat the two-time 2019 race winner over the top and out of Q2 – thankfully Arbolino was back on his feet after a heavy hit. Meanwhile, having come into the pits, the lightweight class riders then filed out for their last pole position attacks. Doing so first was Q1 graduate and reigning Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup Champion Carlos Tatay (Reale Avintia Arizona 77), the future full-time Moto3™ rider slotting his KTM into P3 before a flurry of times came rolling in. Red and orange sectors filled the timing screens but there was one rider going faster than the rest: Migno. 0.3 up after three splits, the Italian took the chequered flag to regain pole position after Ramirez had briefly taken over at the summit.