Everyone expected rain coming for Saturday and so it was, with riders who woke up in a wet Brno with a tricky asphalt. Despite weather forecast say that tomorrow it is gonna be dry and sunny, every rider tried the track by the way in which we could have wet qualifying. Anyway, the biggest news was about Gabriel Rodrigo, who is forced to miss Czech GP due to a pelvis and collarbone fracture after the huge crash suffered in FP2 yesterday.
Fastest guy in FP3 was Jaume Masia, with the Spaniard being the only rider who rode under the 2.17 and is followed by Romano Fenati, a masterclass on the wet, with the Italian who was faster than four tenths of his teammate Tony Arbolino, who is ahead of Makar Yurchenko for just 0.125s.
Can Oncu ended the morning in 5th, with the Turkish being as always really fast on wet conditions and same Raul Fernandez, who is just behind him and ahead of his teammate Albert Arenas; two Angel Nieto Team riders are the first one who has over a second of gap from the top and best crono of the session.
8th FP3 position for Aron Canet, just one tenth of a second faster than Ai Ogura, 9th at the end with John McPhee who closes top 10; the Briton led the session for a while but finished 10th ahead of Andrea Migno and Tatsuki Suzuki. Not an easy session for championship leader Lorenzo Dalla Porta, with Leopard rider who had some electronic problems on his bike.