2015 Mugello MotoGP FP4 Result: Dovizioso Saves His Best for Last

Andrea Dovizioso took the top spot in FP4 on his final lap in the session Saturday at the Mugello circuit. Dani Pedrosa, who led much of the session, came in fourth-fastest with Jorge Lorenzo in third as riders did their final set-up sorting before qualifying. 

Rossi, who lingered mid pack for much of the session, set a fast lap late to grab fourth. Right behind him was Marc Marquez who crashed early in the session but recovered to finish the session in fifth. Cal Crutchlow held on for sixth fastest.

Results:

Pos. No. Rider Bike Time Diff. / Prev.
1 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 1'47.658  
2 26 Dani PEDROSA Honda 1'47.717 0.059 / 0.059
3 99 Jorge LORENZO Yamaha 1'47.718 0.060 / 0.001
4 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 1'47.825 0.167 / 0.107
5 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 1'47.836 0.178 / 0.011
6 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 1'47.874 0.216 / 0.038
7 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ Ducati 1'47.919 0.261 / 0.045
8 44 Pol ESPARGARO Yamaha 1'48.065 0.407 / 0.146
9 29 Andrea IANNONE Ducati 1'48.071 0.413 / 0.006
10 38 Bradley SMITH Yamaha 1'48.085 0.427 / 0.014
11 6 Stefan BRADL Yamaha Forward 1'48.164 0.506 / 0.079
12 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Suzuki 1'48.247 0.589 / 0.083
13 45 Scott REDDING Honda 1'48.360 0.702 / 0.113
14 25 Maverick VIÑALES Suzuki 1'48.479 0.821 / 0.119
15 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati 1'48.723 1.065 / 0.244
16 51 Michele PIRRO Ducati 1'48.922 1.264 / 0.199
17 8 Hector BARBERA Ducati 1'49.139 1.481 / 0.217
18 69 Nicky HAYDEN Honda 1'49.217 1.559 / 0.078
19 43 Jack MILLER Honda 1'49.403 1.745 / 0.186
20 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA Aprilia 1'49.504 1.846 / 0.101
21 50 Eugene LAVERTY Honda 1'49.505 1.847 / 0.001
22 63 Mike DI MEGLIO Ducati 1'49.519 1.861 / 0.014
23 76 Loris BAZ Yamaha Forward 1'49.533 1.875 / 0.014
24 17 Karel ABRAHAM Honda 1'49.552 1.894 / 0.019
25 15 Alex DE ANGELIS ART 1'50.078 2.420 / 0.526
26 33 Marco MELANDRI Aprilia 1'51.419 3.761 / 1.341
Round Number: 
6
2015
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Comments

I'm disappointed to see that Jack Miller hasn't set the world alight since joining the premium class. I fear the pundits are right; MotoGp from Moto 3 was too big a jump and he is not the next big thing as Honda and many others had hoped.
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