The intermediate class provided the final action of the day in Brno and they went out with a bang or seven. The high temperatures and slippery surface saw quite a bit of commotion in various gravel traps around the track but Enea Bastianini emerged unscathed to top the FP2 timesheets. The Italian’s time was three hundredths of a second faster than Sam Lowes’ but the situation was reversed on the combined timesheets, where the Marc VDS rider was two tenths faster courtesy of his FP1 time.
Luca Marini was an early leader in FP2 before getting pushed back to third, while Jorge Navarro was pretty anonymous until climbing into fourth with the final time attack. Joe Roberts was fifth, although he was one of the few riders who failed to improve on their FP1 benchmarks, while Fabio Di Giannantonio continues his progress towards the top end of the timesheets with a sixth position. Marco Bezzecchi’s session was cut short by a late tumble at turn 10 but the SKY rider still secured seventh place. Remy Gardner, Stefano Manzi and Lorenzo Baldassarri rounded out the top ten, while the remaining provisional top 14 positions went to Marcel Schrotter, Nicolo Bulega, Tetsuta Nagashima and Augusto Fernandez.
|4||9||Jorge Navarro||Speed Up||2'02.823||0.134||0.024|
|6||21||Fabio Di Giannantonio||Speed Up||2'02.930||0.241||0.105|
|9||62||Stefano Manzi||MV Agusta||2'03.139||0.450||0.002|
|20||44||Aron Canet||Speed Up||2'03.716||1.027||0.097|
|24||19||Lorenzo Dalla Porta||Kalex||2'04.041||1.352||0.018|
|25||27||Andi Farid Izdihar||Kalex||2'04.067||1.378||0.026|
|29||55||Hafizh Syahrin||Speed Up||2'04.937||2.248||0.140|
|24||Simone Corsi||MV Agusta|