Persistent drizzle and a wet track saw the final day of testing for the Moto2 and Moto3 classes at Valencia go to waste in much the same way that the second day did. Adding insult to injury, one bike dumped oil on the track between turns one and four, causing a long delay as the track was cleaned. By that time, most of the teams had already packed up and were heading south, off to Jerez where testing continues next week.
Though the times were fairly meaningless, Hafizh Syahrin and Jorge Martin were the quickest in Moto2 and Moto3 respectively. Syahrin has already shown his mettle in the rain, the Malaysian rider taking a podium as a wildcard rider in the soaking 2012 edition of his home Grand Prix. In Moto3, Martin boosted his confidence with a strong result, the 2014 Red Bull Rookies champ making his debut this year.
The wet weather means that nobody improved their times from Tuesday, meaning that Fabio Quartararo leaves Valencia as fastest Moto3 rider, while compatriot Johann Zarco was fastest in Moto2 over all three days.
|6||23||Marcel Schrotter||Tech 3||1:48.137||1.166||0.043|
|7||60||Julian Simon||Speed Up||1:48.278||1.307||0.141|
|10||95||Anthony West||Speed Up||1:49.853||2.882||0.585|
|13||88||Ricky Cardus||Tech 3||1:51.145||4.174||0.070|
|14||96||Louis Rossi||Tech 3||1:51.207||4.236||0.062|