Yamaha vs Marquez: Viñales, Quartararo set Misano pace

FP2 then went quiet in terms of personal best times, the riders getting some valuable work done on different tyres to see what their preference will be for Sunday’s race. With just over ten minutes remaining – after a couple of hairy front-end moments – Quartararo had yet to improve his FP1 time, as hadn’t Viñales. But the traditional FP2 time attack was forthcoming and with eight minutes to go, we had plenty of movement. Rossi moved into P3 on the combined times on his first flying run on the soft rear Michelin, but teammate Viñales would move the goalposts at the top – a 1:32.775 saw the Spaniard leap over three tenths clear.

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