Petronas Yamaha SRT’s Fabio Quartararo remained on top on Day 2 as Misano MotoGP test came to a close.
After heading the timesheets on Day 1 of Misano MotoGP test, Quartararo was quickest on the second and final day as well with a 1m31.639s lap to remain on top as Ducati’s Danilo Petrucci rose up to second.
The Italian clocked a 1m31.115s towards the end of the day to slot in between the two Petronas Yamaha SRT riders with Franco Morbidelli (1m31.253s) rounding out the Top 3 positions.
Yamaha factory rider Valentino Rossi (1m32.389s) was fourth with Maverick Vinales (1m32.576s) sixth as Pramac Ducati’s Jack Miller (1m32.405s) slotted in between in fifth. Rossi ran what looked like new brakes.
At the same time, Vinales ran the exhaust system which they tested on Day 1. Miller’s teammate Francesco Bagnaia (1m32.607s) was seventh with LCR’s Takaati Nakagami (1m32.740s) leading the Honda charge.
Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro (1m32.900s) finished ninth with Honda’s Marc Marquez (1m32.905s) 10th as he once again had multiple bikes at his disposal. The lead Suzuki was of Joan Mir (1m33.002s) in 11th.
Behind him was Avintia Ducati’s Tito Rabat (1m33.081s) in 12th as he headed Suzuki’s Alex Rins (1m33.120s), Aprilia’s Andrea Iannone (1m33.253s) and Ducati reserve Michele Pirro (1m33.254s) in Top 15.
The Aprilia riders continued to test items for 2020 with Espargaro having multiple crashes. The lead KTM was of its test rider Dani Pedrosa (1m33.413s) in 16th, who had a full day in place of Johann Zarco.
Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso (1m33.499s) had a full day as well as he recovers from the Silverstone MotoGP incident in 17th, with KTM’s Pol Espargaro (1m33.523s) slotting in 18th.
The lone Tech 3 KTM of Hafizh Syahrin (1m33.955s) was 19th as LCR Honda’s Cal Crutchlow (1m34.089s) and Honda reserve Stefan Bradl (1m34.136s) rounded out the 21 riders.