Dovizioso leads in the wet and Márquez is well

The champion woke up in pain in Buriram after the fall of the first day, but was able to roll normally in an FP3 in which only Andrea and Rins rode dry tires at the end.

It rained in Buriram and that caused the delay of almost an hour and a half of the first training sessions on Saturday. Those of Moto2 and Moto3 were reduced to 30 minutes and that of MotoGP to 35, because after the start of the Moto3 track they saw that there was still a lot of water in curve 1 and had to continue drying it. In the end, there was a more anecdotal session than usual, which took place with the wet asphalt and that only in the final minutes there was some lane, but with times six seconds from Friday's best. The most important conclusion that could be drawn from this FP3 is that Márquez is well.

The champion woke up in pain after the fall of the first day, but he was able to roll normally in an FP3 that he managed to lead up to twice and in which he suffered a track exit without consequences. He finished fourth, surpassed by Dovizioso, Morbidelli and Rins. The first and third, that of Ducati and Suzuki, were the only ones that mounted dry tires in the last minutes. Maverick was fifth, Mir eighth, Lorenzo fifteenth, Rabat seventeenth, Pol twenty-first and Aleix did not roll.

As it is easy to imagine, nobody could beat Friday's times so the ten drivers with direct access to Q2 were Quartararo, Maverick, Morbidelli, Miller, Rossi, Márquez, Aleix, Dovizioso, Mir and Rins. They will pass through Q2, Pol 15º, Rabat 18º and Lorenzo 20º.

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