Navarro keeps Speed Up at the summit in FP2

Having finished FP1 in fifth, Gardner continued to look strong in FP2 and that proved to be the case come the end of the session. His 16th flying lap proved to be his best as the Australian propelled himself to P2 to sit as Navarro’s nearest threat, but there wasn’t such good news for Championship leader Alex Marquez (EG 0,0 Marc VDS) as the Spaniard slid out of contention at the tight Turn 14. No matter, Marquez would finish in a respectable sixth and ahead of him came Fernandez, his teammate Lorenzo Baldassarri and home favourite Sam Lowes (Federal Oil Gresini Moto2). All these riders – bar Lowes – were able to find time at the end of FP2 as each of them jumps up the timesheets from FP1.

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