Quartararo still quickest but Morbidelli cuts gap in FP3

The final 10 minutes then saw plenty of chopping and changing, despite some rain flags being shown as the heavens started to threaten. Morbidelli improved slightly to get within half a second of Quartararo’s time, the rookie – alongside Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP duo Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi – yet to go better than Friday. Marquez bettered his time to go from P9 to P3 on the combined times with less than five minutes remaining, with fellow Honda rider Johann Zarco (LCR Honda Idemitsu) – after a second crash of the weekend at Turn 1 – put in a cracking lap to go from P14 to P9, displacing teammate Crutchlow from the top 10. Could the Frenchman stay inside the automatic Q2 places though?

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