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Franco Morbidelli impressed on the older-spec Yamaha M1 to take third place for Petronas SRT and push former team-mate and MotoGP world championship leader Fabio Quartararo into fourth place – but the French rider had his final run disturbed by traffic on the racing line.
KTM demonstrated a resurgence with Brad Binder and Miguel Oliveira taking fifth and sixth respectively at the end of FP2, with the Austrian manufacturer running with a new chassis which was tested at Jerez earlier this month.
Takaaki Nakagami led the Honda charge for LCR in seventh place, with factory Honda duo Marc Marquez in 12th and team-mate Pol Espargaro in 13th on the FP2 times.
Aleix Espargaro slotted his Aprilia into eighth in the afternoon session just ahead of back-to-back race winner Jack Miller on the factory Ducati, as Pramac’s Johann Zarco rounded out the top 10 just ahead of defending MotoGP world champion Joan Mir in 11th.
It was another tough day for Valentino Rossi, who endured two off-track moments in FP2, and ended the session down in 21st place for Petronas SRT.
Miller started the season with two ninth-place finishes and a retirement, but his pair of victories have put him up to fourth, ahead of reigning world champion Joan Mir who was forced to retire from the race in France.
Marc Marquez’s return to MotoGP will have disappointed the six-time champion. He briefly led at Le Mans, but crashed out on the final corner of Lap 9. He will be determined to bounce back in Italy.