The KTM Red Bull Ajo rider ended the third and last day with a 1.40.982, just 0.007s faster than Sam Lowes, who is the only one, together with Brad, to did a time under the 1.41.
Third place for Iker Lecuona, who has been really fast during this days of testing; same thing for Lorenzo Baldassarri, 4th and just one tenth of a second slower than the best performance.
Luca Marini finished in 5th, being just 0.004 slower than Baldassarri, followed by Alex Marquez.
The first rookie is Nicolò Bulega, 7th, who was only three tenths of a second slower than Binder, while Jorge Martin is 9th. Between them we find Remy Gardner, who was really consistent in this three days of testing.
In Moto3, Jaume Masia was the fastest rider in the final day, with 1.45.241. The lap of the Spaniard was impressive, considering that Romano Fenati, 2nd at the end, was six tenths of a second slower than him.
Behind Romano, we have three italians, with Lorenzo Dalla Porta in third, Tony Arbolino in 4th, being the first rider over the 1.46, and Andrea Migno.
6th place for the leader of the second day of testing, Aron Canet, who was almost nine tenths of a second slower than his compratiot. Behind him we find Albert Arenas and Marcos Ramirez, who are, together with Aron, possible title contenders for 2019.
Top 10 is closed by Ayumu Sasaki and Tatsuki Suzuki, who are almost a second slower than the best performance.
Here you can find combined time sheets of the third and last day of testing.