Marquez topped the opening session of the Spanish GP weekend, with a time of 1:37:921. Following closely in second, Lorenzo set a time of 1:38:045. In 3rd position was Viñales who set a time of 1:38:112.
Top Honda was Marquez who topped the timesheets. Fellow Repsol Honda rider Lorenzo placed 2nd. Nakagami placed 4th, with a time of 1:38:134. Crutchlow placed 11th, with a time of 1:38:800. Honda test rider and wildcard, Bradl set a time of 1:38:975, placing him 15th.
Top Yamaha for this opening session was Viñales, who placed 3rd. Quartararo placed 6th, having set a time of 1:38:209. Morbidelli set a time of 1:38:478, placing him 9th. Rossi set a time of 1:39:380, placing him 18th, he will look to improve this time during FP2.
Top Ducati was Dovizioso, who placed 5th, with a time of 1:38:150. Miller placed 7th, with a time of 1:38:464. Petrucci found himself in 8th position, having set a time of 1:38:474. Rabat placed 20th, with a time of 1:39:667. Ducati’s contender for Rookie of the Year, Bagnaia found himself in 21st, setting a time of 1:39:675. Abraham set a time of 1:39:949, placing him 22nd.
Top KTM for FP1, was Zarco with a time of 1:38:897, placing him 12th. P. Espargaro placed 17th, with a time of 1:39:141. Oliveira found himself in 23rd position, having set a time of 1:40:313. Syahrin placed 24th with a time of 1:41:093.
Top Aprilia was A. Espargaro with a time of 1:38:942, in 14th. Iannone placed 16th, with a time of 1:39:064. Aprilia test rider and wildcard, Smith, placed 19th, with a time of 1:39:410.
Top Suzuki was Rins in 10th, with a time of 1:38:534. Mir placed 13th with a time of 1:38:905.
Top Rookie this session was Quartararo in 6th, he will be looking to stamp his authority over this race weekend, and continue on this quest to become Rookie of the Year.