The premier class enjoyed their final practice outing under bright sunshine and it was the same tale as FP3, Pecco Bagnaia taking centre stage, less than a tenth of a second ahead of Fabio Quartararo, both riders showing off their solid pace, the Frenchman particularly consistent. Joan Mir wasn’t too far off but had a more challenging session starting off with a sensational save at turn 13, a mix of outstanding reflexes and a touch of luck saving his crew from a repair job. After the heart rate settled a bit, the Spaniard was back out to claim third, two tenths off the leader’s time.
Marco Bezzecchi impressed once more in fourth place, ahead of an invigorated Miguel Oliveira and the Aprilia duo of Aleix Espargaro and Maverick Viñales. Brad Binder added another KTM to the mix in eighth place, while Johann Zarco and Enea Bastianini rounded out a top ten covered by six tenths of a second. Takaaki Nakagami was the top Honda once more, in 12th position, while Marc Marquez spent the session on well worn rubber and finished down in 19th, nine tenths off top spot. Similarly, his FP3 pal, Jack Miller, didn’t make much noise throughout FP4 and finished another place back, as the final rider posting a time within a second of the leader.
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