The Frenchman, who came second on Sunday, put in a best of 1:37.730 to go fastest, doing 63 laps and working on the bike ahead of his home Grand Prix next time out at Le Mans. Teammate Hafizh Syahrin didn’t test, however, sitting it out to recover from a cycling accident sustained before Jerez. Their fellow Yamaha machines on track, Valentino Rossi and Maverick Viñales at Movistar Yamaha MotoGP, likewise had nothing new to test but were focused on working through the issues they encountered during the race weekend at Jerez. Viñales ended the day in fourth, Rossi in 10th – with the two putting in a combined total of more than 120 laps.

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