Jorge Navarro keeps the pace showed during the morning and he is the fastest guy on track during the second session of free practice in Silverstone. The Spaniard from SpeedUp has been able to ride in 2.04.993 being the only one under the 2.05 with an impressive final sector that no one could beat.
First rider to follow him is Remy Gardner, 2nd with one tenth of a second of gap from the Spaniard and FP2 leader; the Australian has been followed by Augusto Fernandez and Lorenzo Baldassarri, who seems to be fast this weekend to fight again for podium positions, while home hero Sam Lowes ended in 5th with a gap of three tenths of a second from Navarro.
Championship leader Alex Marquez ended in 6th despite a late small crash, with Marc VDS rider who was slower than four tenths of a second; Tetsuta Nagashima is just behind and Tom Luthi finished 8th at the end of the afternoon ahead of last GP winner Brad Binder and Mattia Pasini, who closes top 10.
Not a bad session overall for Nicolò Bulega, who is actually qualified for Q2 and same for Fabio Di Giannantonio, who led the first session of free practice but struggled a bit during the second one, while Marcel Schrotter and an impressive Stefano Manzi are actually into Q2, a great result for the Italian and MV.