Quartararo already showed he has great pace at the Barcelona circuit yesterday, but he believes you can always keep improving. He ran a total of 67 laps throughout the day trying setting solutions, tyres, and a new engine map. He secured first place with a 1‘39.447s, set on lap 13/67, 0.004s ahead of his closest rival.
Morbidelli had good race pace on used tyres throughout the Catalan GP and was keen to confirm this feeling today as well as make a step on new tyres. The Italian suffered a small crash in the final stages but was quickly back up on his feet. Despite the early end to that run, he still got a total of 78 laps in over the entire session. His fastest time, a 1‘39.795s that he produced on lap 28/78, put him eighth place in the overall timesheets, 0.348s from first.
The Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Team will be back in action in slightly less than two weeks‘ time for the Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland held at the Sachsenring.