Toba secures Friday top spot from Suzuki in Sepang

Heavy overnight rain meant FP1 for the lightweight class was fairly stagnant, with the Sepang International Circuit taking some time to dry before the riders were confident enough to rumble out of pitlane on dry tyres. However, the afternoon session didn’t spring any complications in terms of the weather as everyone immediately went faster than they did in the morning. And during that morning session, Petronas Sprinta Racing’s Ayumu Sasaki suffered a crash at Turn 10, but that didn’t deter the Japanese rider as he came out to jump straight to the top of the standings in FP2.

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