MotoGP, Ducati dominates the second free practice with Miller on top

Ducati leads the MotoGP FP2 with Jack Miller ahead of Bagnaia. The Australian rider recorded a 1:53.387, one-tenth faster than his teammate Bagnaia and two tenths better than Quartararo

The last MotoGP session of the day started with lower temperatures, which allowed riders to try some time-attacks with soft tyres. Morbidelli led the FP1 this morning, but things changed now. After just 3 minutes of practice, the red flag came out because a piece of wood fell from the bridge above the start line. This red flag wasn’t long but stopped Bagnaia from setting his fast lap. Anyway, the Italian rider had a lot of chances to set it again, and he caught them.

The first driver to go below the wall of 54 seconds was Aleix Espargaro, with a 1:53.7. But it was Ducati the protagonist of the session. Bagnaia and Miller fought each other to set the fastest time. In the end, Miller finished first, a tenth above his teammate. Even Quartararo recorded a good time, followed by Zarco who ended 9 thousandths behind and Rins. After him, the two Yamaha Petronas SRT of Morbidelli and Rossi separated by Aleix Espargaro. To complete the top 10 Pol Espargaro, who was the only driver to crash. The Spanish fell down while going back to the boxes. This was the second fall for him today.



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