Tatsuki Suzuki seems to do not care too much about track conditions; even under the rain he was really fast and puts his bike ahead of everyone thanks to his 1.53.429. The Japanese is adapting really well to everything and could fight for pole and podium surely on dry asphalt but also in rain one.
Behind him we have Bester Capital Dubai duo, with Andrea Migno followed by his teammate Jaume Masia; being fast for the Spaniard in particular is crucial as long as he should do Q1 and finding immediatly the right confidence could help him on getting the last qualifying in the afternoon.
Same story for Makar Yurchenko, who ended 6th in the morning, but he should pass through Q1; before him there are Gabriel Rodrigo and Ai Ogura, despite a little crash. Both are almost three tenths of a second slower of the best performance of the day.
Another crash for Aron Canet as well, with the Spaniard who finished 7th ahead of Dennis Foggia; Raul Fernandez follows him but he will have a 12-place grid penalty due to slow riding in FP2. Same for Darryn Binder, 10th during this FP3 but at the same time not qualified for Q2 yet.