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2016 Argentina MotoGP FP4 Result: Marquez Tops A Red-Flagged Session

Marc Marquez set the fastest time in FP4 Saturday, a session which was twice red-flagged after the rear Michelin on Scott Redding's Ducati partially disintegrated during practice.

Redding was unhurt but race direction stopped practice to allow course workers to pick up sizable chunks of the rear tire and then, a few minutes later, stopped FP4 again when it could not be immediately determined if the cause was the bike, debris on the track or a flaw in the hard rear tire offered by Michelin. 

2016 Argentina Moto2 FP3 Result: Folger Leads A Tight Pack

In a tight, see-saw Moto2 third practice that saw the top 20 riders within one second of the best time, Jonas Folger emerged on top with a 1'43.594, enough to put him one-tenth clear at the Termas de Rio Honda circuit Saturday. Alex Rins climbed into second, just in front of Sandro Cortese (3rd). Johan Zarco, who led much of the session, slipped to fourth.

2016 Argentina MotoGP FP3 Result: Marquez Holds On

Marc Marquez continued to top the practice timesheet but the gap closed considerably Saturday at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina. Jorge Lorenzo, languishing in 14th in Friday's final practice, found his pace as the racing line improved and the threat of rain remained only a threat.

2016 Argentina Moto3 FP3 Result: Fenati Drops The Hammer

Romano Fenati set the fast Moto3 lap of the weekend in the final moments of FP3 Saturday at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina. Fenati is the only Moto3 rider this year to dip into the 1'49s. Brad Binder, who led the session for a time, took second on the timesheet, two-tenths back. And Nicolo Bulega set his best time of the weekend for third fastest.

2016 Argentina Moto2 FP2 Result: Zarco Keeps His Grip

Taking advantage of a clean racing line, Johann Zarco stayed at the top of the time sheet in FP2 with a 1'44.533 at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina Friday. Zarco finished the 45-minute session in blistering heat one-tenth of a second clear of a resurgent Takaaki Nakagami (2nd).

Sam Lowes climbed into third, a position he held consistently for the latter third of the session.  Jonas Folger and Alex Marquez rounded out the top five. Qatar race-winner Thomas Luthi lingered in ninth place, more than half of a second back.  

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