Yamaha trio top FP2, Marquez remains the man to beat

With rain threatening on Saturday, Marquez’ tactic was clear: get the work done in FP1 to get yourself into Q2, before focusing on race setup in the afternoon. Leading into the afternoon session Marquez had a 1.6 second advantage over Viñales, but it was Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) and Jack Miller (Pramac Racing) who were the ones improving their time early in FP2. However, neither could get close to Marquez’ time but it wouldn’t be the perfect day for the number 93. An unscathed crash at Turn 8 may have dampened the Championship leader’s spirits slightly, but even when the soft tyres were put in by his competitors at the end of FP2, no one would finish within a second.

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