Another interesting session. No one was out early in the session, and times being set were in the 2 minute range, after about 20 minutes, it all kicked off. The session provided a few surprises again. Kenny Roberts Jr is still fast, but not as fast as Valentino Rossi, who topped the table with a 1:42.837. Dani Pedrosa follows, ahead of Chris Vermeulen, Casey Stoner, Colin Edwards and John Hopkins. Loris Capirossi is the first Ducati in 8th, ahead of Marco Melandri and team mate Sete Gibernau. Nicky Hayden is way down in 11th, ahead of the Kawaski pairing of Randy de Puniet and Shinya Nakano. Makoto Tamada leads Toni Elias, who is in 15th. Elias is followed by the Tech 3 Yamaha team, Carlos Checa and James Ellison, followed in turn by the Pramac d'Antin Ducati team of Alex Hofmann and Jose Luis Cardoso. Less than a second covers the top 12, with Checa in 16th just 1.222 seconds slower than Rossi.
Official times can be found at MotoGP.com