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However This year’s faster and better-braking Repsol Honda looked ready to pose a real challenge to the track where Ducati has dominated
The top 24 riders were within one second of Red Bull KTM’s Brad Binder, whose record 1m 29.029 came at the end of the session
only for the rider to stop before he was a quarter of the way around his slow-down lap with a mechanical failure.
Binder was riding the all-new KTM, the third version of the new Triumph-powered bike, which made a disappointing debut a week ago at Brno.
The simple track, however, meant that even the older KTM’s were in some sort of contention
with American Racing team rider Iker Lecuona seventh overall, on a time set in the morning.
The usual concern about changeable weather meant that today’s top ten could determine tomorrow’s Q2 candidates.
Today was hot and sunny, but thundershowers are forecast for the rest of the weekend
and the weather is always changeable in the scenic sub-Alpine location.
The margins were small … the top 17 were within one second of Marquez’s 1m 23.916s
but only one other inside 1:24 and it was the supposedly speed-challenged Monster Yamaha of Maverick Vinales.
Andrea Dovizioso’s Mission Winnow Ducati was just outside, but on a morning time; than Nakagami.
Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha) was fifth, with Jack Miller (Pramac Ducati) next, still barely three tenths off the lead.
At KTM’s and the sponsor’s home circuit, Red Bull KTM satellite team rookie Miguel Oliveira was an impressive seventh overall
Of course and sixth in the afternoon session; with factory-team rider Pol Espargaro scraping into the top ten.
Team-mate Johann Zarco was 15th; second satellite rider Hafizh Syahrin 21st and last, after a heavy tumble in the morning.
Danilo Petrucci (Mission Winnow Ducati) was eighth; then Cal Crutchlow (LCR Castrol Honda).
Valentino Rossi narrowly missed the top 10, also faster in the morning than in the afternoon; one ahead of Alex Rins, the only Suzuki rider, with team-mate Mir absent injured.
And The next-best Honda was in fact a 2018 version, the LCR Idemitsu bike of Takaaki Nakagami, placed fourth.