- By cannonball
First practice pacesetter Lorenzo led the way again for the bulk of the session, his early 1m31.162s clear by 0.472 seconds at one stage in the first half.
Marc Marquez then moved to the front with a little over 10 minutes remaining, setting the weekend’s first laps beneath the 1m31s barrier on his Honda.
The 2016 world champion reeled off four consecutive 1m30s laps at the start of his final run, with 1m30.710s becoming the new benchmark by 0.452s.
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