Valentino Rossi was a little off the pace today, finishing 9th on the timesheets.
Jack Miller crossed up on the exit of Turn 1.
Expectation is starting to grow for Danny Kent after his dominant wins in Austin and Argentina.
Loris Baz had a small crash at Turn 2 during FP1.
The colour scheme on Eugene Laverty’s Aspar Honda caught me out. I thought I was seeing double with Cal Crutchlow.
It was a good day for Tito Rabat who set the fastest time during the morning session.
Bradley Smith will be looking to improve tomorrow to avoid having to qualify via Q1.
Jorge Lorenzo was fastest is both sessions. His lap of 1’39.174 set during FP1 being the fastest time of the day.
Work to do for The Doctor before tomorrows qualifying session.
Jorge Lorenzo will be determined to turn his season around and has started well in Jerez.
The pressure is building on Pol Espagaro after a strong start to the season by his teammate.
Andrea Iannone prepares to head out for another session during FP2.
Marc Marquez was 2nd quickest in FP2 despite his broken finger.
A strong day for Cal Crutchlow setting the 3rd fastest time during FP1.
It surely won’t be long before Fabio Quartararo takes his first Grand Prix victory.
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