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Marquez ran in Vinales’ wheeltracks in the opening minutes of the session to log a 1m33.171s, which was just two hundredths off Quartararo’s FP1-topping effort.
First, Valentino Rossi closed to within three tenths of Marquez, before the other works Yamaha of Vinales recorded the first sub-1m33s attempt of the weekend.
This 1m32.775s attempt was two tenths quicker than Quartararo’s first push lap on the soft rear tyre
and though the French rookie improved again at the chequered flag, he came up 0.057s short of toppling Vinales.
With the top three made up of the same riders as the morning, Rossi was best of the rest in fourth, albeit seven tenths off the pace.
Quartararo’s Petronas Yamaha teammate Franco Morbidelli made it four Yamahas in the top five, while Pol Espargaro led KTM’s charge in sixth place.
The Honda rider ended the day third, but after four consecutive pole positions he can’t be written off and could prove value at 9-4.
Quartararo already has three pole positions in his debut MotoGP season and is an understandable favourite
The two factory Ducatis of Danilo Petrucci and Andrea Dovizioso were seventh and eighth respectively
However, Rins and Crutchlow are currently on course to miss out on automatic spots in Q2, with Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia)
and Michele Pirro (Ducati) within the combined classification top 10 instead on the strength of their FP1 laps.
Yamaha in impressive form is exactly what the majority of fans at Misano for this weekend’s San Marino Grand Prix will want to see and it’s exactly what they got on practice day.
All four Yamahas ended the day in the top five as Fabio Quartararo topped the morning session and Maverick Vinales headed the times in the afternoon.
Local hero Valentino Rossi ended up fourth, seven-tenths of a second off the pace
but that will be enough to get the crowd excited as The Doctor habitually saves his best for later in the weekend.
The championship leader had run a new soft tyre, and held a nearly half-second lead over nearest rival Vinales until those behind him equipped fresh rubber for the closing runs of FP2.