Petrucci topped the FP3 session of the Italian GP weekend, with a time of 1:46:056. Following closely in second, P. Espargaro set a time of 1:46:263. In 3rd position was Marquez who set a time of 1:46:280.
Top Honda was Marquez who placed 3rd. Nakagami placed 4th, with a time of 1:46:456. Crutchlow placed 8th, with a time of 1:46:516. Lorenzo placed 12th, with a time of 1:46:893.
Top Yamaha for this session was contender for Rookie of the Year Quartararo who placed 6th, with a time of 1:46:488. Viñales placed 7th, having set a time of 1:46:509. Morbidelli set a time of 1:46:518 placing him 9th. Rossi set a time of 1:46:900, placing him 13th.
Top Ducati was Petrucci who topped the session. Pramac Racing’s rider Miller placed 5th, with a time of 1:46:478. Ducati’s contender for Rookie of the Year, Bagnaia found himself in 10th, setting a time of 1:46:713. Championship contender Dovizioso found himself in 11th position, having set a time of 1:46:742. Ducati wildcard and test rider, placed 14th, with a time of 1:46:955. Rabat set a time of 1:47:064, placing him 15th. Abraham placed 17th, with a time of 1:47:179.
Top KTM for FP3, was P. Espargaro, who placed 2nd. Zarco placed 19th, with a time of 1:47:507. Oliveira found himself in 22nd position, having set a time of 1:48:250. Syharin placed 23rd, with a time of 1:49:101.
Top Aprilia for this session was A. Espargaro, in 16th position, setting a time of 1:47:160. Ianonne placed 21st with a time of 1:47:768.
Top Suzuki was Mir in 18th, with a time of 1:47:180. Rins placed 20th, with a time of 1:47:642.
Top Rookie this session was Quartararo in 6th, he will be looking to improve on his times for a strong qualifying session.The weather for qualifying looks to remain dry and bright, with highs of 27ºC.